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BurnOut Atticus Stage: Tek One + The Marmozets + Brutality Will Prevail + Polar + Malefice + Napoleon + Carcer City + Palm Reader + Griever + Earth Eater
Burn Out Festival 2013! Big bands, small venue.
This years event sees the main stage at The Old Fire Station and the second stage at The Anvil.
The event is for age 16 and over, and will see over 46 bands play across the weekend.
See www.burnoutfest.co.uk/ for further information.
Tek-One are dance trio Howard, James and MC Tonn Piper who create music out of circuit bent children's toys, broken keyboards, short-circuited toy amps, anything with AA batteries and a low bit-rate. They operate as both a live show of drums and samples, or as a singular DJ. The live performance is a disorientating dance trip of phat beats, sampling and pounding drums. Imagine Aphex Twin and the Prodigy being let loose on Lightning Bolt's drum kit and you're halfway there.
Tek One tour dates
A young five piece alt-rock band from West Yorkshire.
Kerrang! Magazine 4/5 - 'The most exciting young band in Britain. A breathless, bold and brilliant effort from a band with a seemingly bottomless reserve of ideas'
Rock Sound 9/10 - 'One of the most exciting new sounds to come out of the UK'
Front Magazine 5/5 - 'Standing head and shoulders at the top of the math-core game'
PUNKTASTIC.com 4.5/5 - 'Vexed sees the band crank the math rock elements of their sound way beyond its predecessor, and it's another indicator of just how far they're able to push boundaries'
Ourzone Magazine 9/10 - 'Incalculably more intense. The musicianship has surpassed expectations of what was next for the Bradford five piece.'
Marmozets tour dates
A five piece, 'down tempo' hardcore band from Wales.
Brutality Will Prevail tour dates
A Guildford five piece who adhere to a life of big beats, strong booze, loose morals and good times, with influences ranging from Comeback Kid to Cancer Bats.
No longer the scrappy hardcore-punk band from Surrey, the quintet has matured to draw influences from all corners of the alternative music world. A heightened sense of melody and rhythm has enabled Polar to write their must sterling collection of songs to date.
Polar tour dates
Violent, brutal, noisome chaotic metal. Malefice are furious and wholly uncompromising, crossing the boundaries of thrash, death and mathcore to deliver a deathly assault of guttural noise and distorted riffs overseen by guttural screams and supported by aggressively precise drums.
Malefice tour dates
A five-piece metal band from Liverpool. An exciting blend of 21st century metal that is uniquely their own, the band falls somewhere between Linkin Park, Meshuggah, Bring Me the Horizon, Killswitch Engage, and The Amity Affliction.
Carcer City tour dates