29/09/14 – Brighton, Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar
30/09/14 – Portsmouth, The Wedgewood Rooms
01/10/14 – Norwich, B2
02/10/14 – Bristol, The Gryphon
03/10/14 – Birmingham, The Asylum
04/10/14 – Southampton, The Firehouse
05/10/14 – Preston, The Adelphi
06/10/14 – Leeds, The Fox and Newt
07/10/14 – Manchester, The Star and Garter
The AGHAST! sound is about tapping into the energy that runs through all types of music. The force that makes you grin, pull faces and shake various parts of your anatomy. In short, AGHAST! write music for good times that will move you in more ways than one.
Ripping apart the extreme metal rule book, AGHAST! incorporate the blasting fury of death metal, sickening speed of thrash metal and the slamming bounce of grindcore. With an ear for melody that will leave you humming along to the ringing in your ears.
Don’t expect lacklustre fret-gazing when you see them live. Prepare for a joyous assault on your eardrums that will utilise every ounce of energy in the building and leave everyone grinning from ear to ear.
|5.||Drop Dead Famous||Lyrics|
|6.||Bang to Rights||Lyrics|
|7.||It’s Your Funeral||Lyrics|
|9.||Sea of Trees||Lyrics|
|10.||Hells Bells (and Buckets of Blood)||Lyrics|
|11.||We Fear Silence||Lyrics|
“Live Dangerously delivers three tracks of straight-up speed, for those of you who like stuff where guitars shred faster than a Betterware onion slicer and the sound of drummers feet snapping away from their ankles”
“I’ve been playing this over and over again, and these eleven minutes never seem to get stale. Each of the three has its own character without compromising the overall AGHAST! sound, and I suspect that’s the key to their continued appeal”
“I would personally recommend that you take time to catch every detail that AGHAST! delivers and enjoy the variety of styles in each song. Whether you’re an extreme metal fan or not, this EP will certainly feed your curiosity and imagination”
“Blasting fury? Check. Venomous brutality designed to tear flesh from bone? Check. Sadistically evil in a way that’s worrying? Check. Really fucking good? Hell yes.”
“from the cartoonish cover art you might expect this to be something rather silly. It ain’t. What we actually have here is slightly cartoonish death metal played at higher velocity than if it were based at the CERN supercollider”