Next weekend, Newcastle’s celebrated rock bar, Trillians, will open its doors to welcome three-piece Liverpool and Manchester-based noise-rock band, Bodies on Everest for a free performance of high-octane chaos supported by fellow rockers Lump Hammer and Tong Po.
Heading into town as part of their long weekend with Lump Hammer, Bodies on Everest describe their sound as ‘Dungeon Wave’ and for those heading down to Trillians next week, expect the loudest of nights.
After touring extensively over the years, the band found time earlier this year to release their second studio album entitled ‘A National Day of Mourning’, following on from their debut album ‘Burning’ which was released back in 2015; it’s six tracks and over sixty minutes of unrelenting ‘soul-crushing sonic bliss’ all wrapped up in one tightly fitted LP.
Supporting Bodies on Everest are Newcastle-based noise-rock trio Lump Hammer and a rare gig for local sludge/psych instrumentalists, Tong Po. On the back of their recently released EP entitled S/T (released in December 2017 on Inverted Grim Mill), Lump Hammer are back on the road promoting their latest effort. New material is set to be performed this month by fellow Geordie support artists Tong Po as they perform only their third gig in eight years.
Bodies on Everest play Trillians in Newcastle with support from Lump Hammer and Tong Po on Friday 29th July. Entry to this performance is free. For more information on the performance, please head to the official Facebook event. Doors for this one open at 19:30. And for further information about the vast number of gigs taking place at Trillians this month, head to trilliansnewcastle.co.uk.