Terminal Gods (Single Launch) + Plastic Autumn (Germany) + Partly Faithful
Friday 20th January 2012
259 Upper Street
8pm – Late
As if dragging themselves out of a dark dungeon bar circa 1983 Terminal Gods single launch for 'Electric Eyes'/'God Child’ will be a atmospheric affair drenched in a hybrid of potently moody bass lines, sharp and searing guitar and sombre and melancholic vocals. Sitting somewhere between Fields of Nephlim, early Sisters of Mercy and Southern Death Cult.
Terminal Gods Live - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_9UYZQRMc8&feature=youtu.be
Plastic Autumn (Germany)
Playing their first ever UK show, we are proud to have Germany’s Plastic Autumn who play a hypnotic and haunting blend of darkwave and electronica. Led by captivating frontman Falk Pitschk they have already built up a formidable following in Germany and Italy and expect the UK to welcome them with open arms in the very near future.
My World Is An Open Prison - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50VqqHDJ5so
Chamber very proudly hosted the last ever London gig by The Screaming Banshee Aircrew so it’s with great pleasure that we welcome back frontman Ed Banshee’s new band Partly Faithful again who are developing into a great band in their own right. They have already started to make a name for themselves with their enigmatic and theatrical live performances.
Partly Faithful live - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsOd3gXT90Y&feature=related
”..the bastard offspring of Bauhaus and the Bad Seeds” Artrocker, 2011