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Doom Over London – The 6th Edition



King Goat 3.35pm – 4.00pm

Conjurer 4.30pm – 5.00pm

Sea Bastard 5.30pm – 6.00pm

My Silent Wake 6.30pm – 7.00pm

Officium Triste 7.35pm – 8.10pm

Hooded Menace 8.50pm – 9.30pm

Moonspell 10pm – 11.20pm


Boston Music Room

Gevaudan 3.10pm – 3.35pm

Eye Of Solitude 4.00pm – 4:30pm

Torpor 5.00pm – 5:30pm

Slabdragger 6.00pm – 6:30pm

Ataraxie 7.00pm – 7.35pm

Bossk 8.10pm – 8.50pm

Esoteric 9.10pm – 9.50pm


Aces & Eights

MWWB 5.45pm – 6.15pm

Wizard Fight 6.45pm – 7.15pm

Alunah 7.35pm – 8.15pm

Ohhms 8.45pm – 9.20pm

London's darkest weekend, Doom Over London is back again and with Moonspell, In The Woods, Mourning Beloveth & more announced, it's looking like the best one yet!

Presented by Fire And Air

£37.50 Early Bird

Entry Requirements: 14+, Under 16s accompanied by an adult

Following on from this years storming day long two stage Doom Over London, we are proud to announce Doom Over London 2016 – The Sixth Edition. Expanded to take in three stages across two days, with an exclusive single stage preshow on the first day. Hosted in the north London enclave of Tufnell Park, taking over the Dome, Boston Music Room and Aces & Eights, there is a stellar line up across the spectrum of underground doom, experimental gloom and occult infused metal. Taking place between the 25th and 27th March, expect to see some fantastic performances from acts that vary from the gurgling underbelly of the modern cult scene to those who helped laid the foundation of the metal underground as we know it.

We are very, very proud to announce our opening handful of bands, who are amongst 40 odd bands that will appear at next years event. Expect additional attractions, featured acts and details on featured food and drink to come.

Very limited Super early bird weekend tickets are on sale now priced at £29.50, be quick before they are gone. There will be a further round of Early bird tickets to follow with our next announcement with details on weekend and day tickets to follow in future announcements.

In The Woods [Norway] – Following a 14 year writing hiatus, we are happy to welcome for an exclusive show in the UK for many, many years this fantastic Norwegian talent. Dark, progressive and avantgarde metal at its finest, In The Woods tracked three ageless albums on top of their classic demo and rounded off with an album that reinterpreted and collected rare tracks before calling it a day in 2003. Fast forward to 2014 and the band re-incorporating with an invigorated line up of original members, which sees this fantastic artist working on a new album. Music in its purest form…..

Mourning Beloveth [Ireland] – Ireland’s great death doom heroes return to London for a long over due visit. With a new album on a new label on the imminent horizon, we look forward to a somber, heavy performance detailing their new opus.

Sardonis [Belgium] – Very effectively described as a two man army playing downtuned heaviness, Sardonis will bring the instrumental hurt to proceedings. With a new album out now on Consouling Sounds, expect a tidal wave of dirge to overcome you. Now streaming…..

Autumnal [Spain] –Autumnal are one of the cornerstones of Iberian doom metal, having established way back in 1998. Their upcoming second album promises to bring their brand of doom to the fore with a debut UK appearance. Equal parts intensity, atmosphere and crushing heaviness, we expect nothing but a somewhat large demolition of the audience.

Bathsheba [Belgium] – We have no idea what is in the water in this country but the moment we heard their debut EP, we knew they had to play this event. With a great single out on Svart Records and an album to follow in 2016, Bathsheba will pull you from the depths of the charcoal mountains and into the oath of doom.

Officium Triste [Netherlands] – We are very proud to welcome back our Dutch friends, for a long overdue London performance. Now in their 21st year , Officium Triste laid the ground for melodic death doom, realeasing some of the early highlights of the scene that in recent years have seen reissue, detailing their dark moods and outstanding melodies. Expect none more painstakingly gloomy.

Malthusian [Ireland] – Intertwining extreme forms of black, death and doom into a tone so dark, black doesn’t cover it, is a delicious talent especially when wielded so enthusiastically. Malthusian NEED to be seen live. Having watched Malthusian lay waste to the Dome some time ago, it’s a long overdue and welcome recurrence that we gleefully await. Their latest EP will sear you.