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  • Datum:

    11. Apr. | 19 Uhr

  • Location:

    Sonic Ballroom

  • Eintritt:

    16 Euro

  • psychedelic

Temple Fang [NL] / Desert Storm [UK]

Space-Rock / progressive metal

No longer the best kept secret in dutch rock, Amsterdam’s space-rock band has steadily been blowing minds across Europe since 2018 with their hard hitting yet elegant longform jams, building up an enormous reputation as a live band that always delivers and never repeats itself.
Having debuted, appropriately, with a live album, 2019’s “Live at Merleyn” on their own Right On Mountain records, in 2021 the band put out the half-live/half-studio double album “Fang Temple” to considerable acclaim leading to the band being picked up with legendary purveyors of adventurous rock, German label Stickman records, home of Motorpsycho, Elder and the like.
After the plague the band hit the European festival circuit hard, going from Holland’s own Roadburn festival to Germany’s Desertfest Berlin and Freak Valley, all the way to Sonic Blast in Portugal, leaving heads spinning and hearts filled with guitars.
Mind-bending riffs, triple vocal harmonies, dubbed out bass and jazzy yet hard hitting drums, ecstatically rocking and truly psychedelic, Temple Fang delivers it all with love. Rock ’n Roll as a means to attaining spiritual freedom, right on!
Longform rock for fans of Motorpsycho, The Grateful Dead, Hawkwind and Hendrix.

Desert Storm are a five piece progressive metal band that have been wielding crushing riffs and grooves into earholes for the past 17 years. Hailing from Oxford, the city of screaming spires, the quintet deliver their own unique brand of heavy music. Their sound is loud and unforgiving, but also woven with elation and electrical ecstasy.

Over the years the band have toured /shared the stage with many great bands including Corrossion of Conformity, Crowbar, Orange Goblin, Karma To Burn, Peter Pan Speedrock etc and this year will perform main stage at Bloodstock Open air with Clutch & Opeth.

Einlass: 20h, Beginn: 21h, Eintritt: 16€