Mon 18 Nov 2024 - 20:00

Metal

BARONESS + GRAVEYARD

[TEMPLE OF METAL]

Practical Info

Venue: Rockhal Club
Promoter: Rockhal

Doors: 20:00
Show: 20:30

𝐓𝐄𝐌𝐏𝐋𝐄 𝐎𝐅 𝐌𝐄𝐓𝐀𝐋 – your metal shows at Rockhal, proud sponsor of Today Radio’s Louder show 🎙️

About

-BARONESS-

Founded in 2003, Baroness is John Baizley (vocals/guitar), Gina Gleason (guitar), Nick Jost (bass) and Sebastian Thomson (drums). The Philadelphia-meets-Brooklyn foursome have released six full-length albums to date: STONE (2023), Gold & Grey (2019), Purple (2015), Yellow & Green (2012), Blue Record (2009), and the Red Album (2007). Throughout their career, they’ve garnered widespread acclaim, with the band’s albums regularly featured on year-end best of lists, and 2017 seeing their first GRAMMY® nomination. On their most recent album, STONE, Pitchfork said they “remain one of the most remarkable and capable bands at the intersection of heavy metal, hard rock, and psychedelia.” Brooklyn Vegan described the 10-song collection as “Baroness at their most alive and direct,” while Revolver added: “STONE… is a wild ride, full of triumphant sludge metal, and soaring, shoegazing progressive rock.”

-GRAVEYARD-

Swedish rock band Graveyard released their 6th album in 2023. Known for their classic rock sound, this album is described as more soulful, introspective, and darker than previous ones. It reflects on the pandemic and draws inspiration from the blues, but still includes moments of energetic rock.

SUPPORT : PALLBEARER

Pallbearer is Brett Campbell (vocals/electric guitar/synthesizer), Devin Holt (electric and acoustic guitar/vocals), Mark Lierly (drums/percussion) and Joseph D. Rowland (vocals/bass guitar/synthesizer). The Little Rock, Arkansas based band formed in 2008 and have since released four albums: Forgotten Days (2020), Heartless (2017), Foundations of Burden (2014), and Sorrow and Extinction (2012). In their review of Forgotten Days, Pitchfork described the foursome’s music as “soaring majesty on an album that find a new way forward by refining their past,” Stereogum dubbed the collection as “warm and melodic and comforting,” while Revolver said the songs are “sweeping and melancholic” living “between the majesty of “vintage Black Sabbath and the morbid romanticism of Type O Negative.” Decibel, who have featured the band on their cover multiple times, declaring the band’s unique musical vision as “intense, emotional thunder.”