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Psyched, Stoned and Doomed III tickets

The Mulberry Bar And Venue in Sheffield

Saturday 26th September 2020

5:00pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

The third annual celebration of Psych, stoner and doom music! Headlined by Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard.

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Psyched, Stoned and Doomed III on Saturday 26th September 2020

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We’re beyond psyched to be able to announce the full six band line-up for Psyched, Stoned and Doomed 3!

Headlining our bumper-lengthed event is the wonderful Welsh quintet Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard! Their 2019 album Yn Ol I Annwn was an album of the year contender and an absolutely must-own slab of psychedelic doom. They’ve made a name for themselves in recent years as one of the bands at the absolute forefront of both the psych and doom scenes and we’re overjoyed to have them for our show!

Supporting the mighty MWWB we have a whopping five bands, with a mixture of local and out of town talent combining to create the perfect salute to psych, stoner and doom music.

Awooga are a brilliant Sheffield trio that combines Shoegaze, Psych, Prog and Stoner rock to create their own wonderful groovy sound. Their 2018 album ‘Conduit’ was brilliant, and they followed up with their tasty little EP ‘Session’ last year. They have played all of Europe, including supporting Amplifier on an EU jaunt in recent years.

Midlands based Garganjua cite luminaries such as Pallbearer, Yob, Ahab, Warning and Candlemass amongst their influences, and it can be heard in their cracking epic doom sound. Elements of stoner, sludge and prog also seep through a sound that is as nuanced as it is crushing. Their new album ‘Toward the Sun’ is a work of art, and an album of the year contender already!

F|U|S are a trio that those local to our rock and prog scene should well know. Until recently known as Delirium, these young scamps have grown from kick ass teen prodigies into fully fledged power trio rock masters. Their sound has developed to an almost experimental rock sound, with sweaty dollops of psych and angular tempo changes punctuating every set. Prepare to have your mind blown.

Bradford’s Son of Boar are one of the great up-and-coming northern bands on the stoner scene. They blew us away at the 2019 Metal 2 the Masses competition (where they were worthy semi-finalists), and we’ve had to pleasure of having them back recently whilst on tour with Everest Queen. Their debut EP ‘A Tongueless Tale’ was released last year and is just full of riffs and groove. This is Stoner / Doomed Heavy Metal not to be missed!

Opening the evening are Rotherham’s rifftastic duo, Bodach. The lads stepped in for us at the last minute at PSD1 and won many new fans on that day with their mixture of psych, stoner and heavy rock riffery. Since then they’ve released half a handful of singles, as well as their cracking debut EP ‘A Flickering Wick’. Make sure you head down early to catch one of the most promising bands in the county, and the most ridiculous pedal board seen this side of NASA!

Psyched, Stoned and Doomed 3 takes place on Saturday 26th September at the Mulberry Bar & Venue.

Advance tickets are £8 (more on the door). Last year’s show sold out in advance, so make sure to get your tickets early!

Doors will the 5pm on the day, with bands starting shortly after that. Full stage times will be released closer to the time.

Running order:

Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard




Son of Boar


Music Genres: 

Metal, Rock

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