Prognosis, Revolting Chaos & More on Sunday 27th May 2018
Manchester progressive metal band Prognosis headline The Star And Garter for a night of heavy, innovative music. Support comes from Liverpool's Revolting Chaos, who massively impressed the band when gigging together in Liverpool earlier this year, and more.
Manchester’s progressive metal quartet Prognosis has, since 2015, striven to write music that is as diverse as it is heavy. They released 'Drones' in 2016, a song which captured the fire of a fan favourite and one which walked the line between off-kilter prog and immersive, accessible metal. Having won the Manchester Metal 2 The Masses in 2017 the band then released 'Echoes' in the run up to their Bloodstock performance which showed their creative growth and flourishing talents both musically and lyrically, iced with some ethereal dynamics and skyward-reaching vocals. Now the band is, with their forthcoming debut album, preparing a real statement of intent. A concept record looking at the theme of the human condition and the flaws that define who we are as a race, it marks their evolution as a band which boasts a sound that is as polished as it is abrasive but is distinctly their own. A collection of short stories expanding upon the record’s lyrical themes, penned by vocalist/guitarist Phil Weller will be published in tandem with the record, something which reflects this band’s forward and macro thinking approach to their art.
Having developed their craft over the past 12 months, where they have become one of the biggest metal bands in the Manchester scene, their appearance at this last year’s Bloodstock festival standing as a testament to their further development, with the rest of 2017 spent hitting the road and finishing the album, for Prognosis 2018 will be a year they carve their name into the national metal scene’s psyche.
Music Genres: Metal, Rock
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