Newcastle’s renowned venue, Head of Steam, will be playing host to progressive rock band Carl Stacey Project on Wednesday 22nd November for what’s set to be an evening filled with heavy riffs and space-like synths.
The Newcastle-based trio was founded back in 2014, with the sole aspirations of recording and releasing a full-length album; however, the success of the CD led to further opportunities.
Fuelled by the influence of various progressive bands such as Animals As Leaders, Periphery, Deftones and Between The Buried And Me, the lads channelled their efforts into becoming a live band themselves, performing at various venues across the North East by the end of 2015.
Since then, the Carl Stacey Project has released two studio albums – ‘Cloud9’ and the self-titled ‘Carl Stacey Project’ – with both records containing a unique catalogue of material, with ambient and technical songs that push the boundaries of modern, progressive music.
As well as baring witness to the unique raw talent that is the Carl Stacey Project, gig-goers can also look forward to sets from three of the North-East’s finest progressive rock bands. All spawning from Newcastle, Altostratus, Gwailo and Eunoia are set to warm up the crowd and fill the room with some hard-hitting riffs, tasty licks and sensational synths – a combination which is sure to inject atmosphere into the notorious venue.
Carl Stacey Project will be heading to Newcastle’s Head of Steam on Wednesday 22nd November. Doors open at 7pm, with tickets priced at £3.00 upon entry.