Everything Went Heavier 2018.
Saturday March 10th at Rough Trade Nottingham. Doors open at 1pm / Curfew 12am.
This is a special one-off benefit gig for Chris Kaye (Witch Hunter Records/Bumsnogger) and his wife Tracy.
Tracy has been diagnosed with a rare form of bowel cancer called Signet ring cell
Carcinoma and is currently undergoing treatment. We hope that we can raise some funds through the power of heavy metal to help them and their growing family at this difficult time.
Chris has been prominent on the scene for many years around Nottingham probably best known for being the guitarist in Bumsnogger and running the renowned Witch Hunter Records which had a hefty output from its birth in 2010 including many of the bands on this all-dayer.
Sludge legends from Stoke. Big fans of Chris Kaye since way back when and vice versa, responsible for the Bumsnogger moniker.
Hampshire based doom.
Doomy sludge from Liverpool. Early additions to the WHR family, Chris helped make IW a Nottingham favourite.
LET IT DIE
Devastatingly raging hardcore from Kettering. Another band who have made Nottingham a home from home in recent years.
Heavy as hell pre-op elephant men
The Notts riff masters will be laying waste once more.
Massive riffs, massive low end, massive drums, massive lungs hailing from London
One of the crowning jewels of the WHR roster, hailing from Leicester.
WOLFBEAST DESTROYER (https://www.facebook.com/wolfbeastcrust/)
Savage D-beat from Boston (not Boston) and Notts continue the fast.
Black metal/Post Metal/Screamo from Notts shift effortless from rich melodies to brutal blasts
KING OF PIGS
Raging hardcore from Notts and dear chums of the Kayes for many a year.
Notts black metal upstarts with members of numerous ex WHR bands get things kicked off.
Tickets: PayPal £10 to email@example.com using “Send to friends and family in the UK” option.
Any unsold tickets will be available OTD but we advise booking early to avoid missing out on this special event.
We'll also be collecting donations on the day for Tracy's nominated charity Maggie's Nottingham.
FLOOR ONE AT Rough Trade Nottingham IS LIFT ACCESSIBLE AND ALL ARE WELCOME.