Join us for an evening of dark, goth inspired music with some of South Wales’ most beautifully broody artists.
‘Inspired by the Celtic dark age, ADFEILION (‘Ruins’) is an experimental folk metal project from South Wales that mixes aspects of black metal, folk metal and dungeon synth to create a raw and atmospheric live performance.
Adfeilion’s debut album, Hela, explores the fusion of Paganism and Christianity amidst a sonic backdrop of ruined castles, mystical forests and heroic Kings
For fans of Saor, Caladan Brood, God is an Astronaut and Heilung’
CELAVI are Gwion and Sarah, a metal | nu-metal | goth band from Bangor in North Wales. Their music is also influenced by industrial | electro and rock – bringing a fresh nu-sound to metal.
The heavy guitar driven sound of their music is dramatically contrasted by Sarah’s soft and delicate voice which compliments their music and makes them stand out from the crowd.
Always staying in their own lane, CELAVI thrive on their fresh genre-exploding nu-metal sound, supported by BBC Introducing Rock with Alyx Holcombe on BBC Radio 1 and Future Alternative with Nels Hylton on BBC Radio 1.
Catherine Elms is a dark pop singer-songwriter with a soft yet powerful voice; introspective and fierce in equal measure. Drawing on the raw, heartfelt emotion of Tori Amos and the brash power of PJ Harvey, Catherine has found an evocative and cathartic style that is all her own. A self-taught pianist with heavy rock sensibilities, Catherine creates an epic and transcendent sound that explores millennial frustrations with sensitivity and quiet hope. Catherine self-released her debut album, ‘I Have Seen It, I Do Not Fear It’, in November 2022, and promoted the album with a UK tour in spring 2023.
Free entry. Music starts 8pm.