Date(s) - February 14, 2023
6:30pm - 11:45pm
PTR - Post Tenebras Rock (L'Usine)
Price (CHF): Admission: 35.- Prelocs: 30.- PTR members: 25.- 20ans/20francs: 30.- Music Pass: FreeDescription:
Formed in 1991, at the height of the death metal explosion, DYING FETUS became one of the first extreme death metal/grindcore bands to emerge from the massive global metal underground. The band are recognized worldwide as a prime example of songwriting across seven studio albums combining an innovative blend of technical virtuosity and catchy song structures to create the ultimate blend of death metal, hardcore and grind. In 2017, DYING FETUS once again raised the bar for sonic extremism with their 8th studio album, Wrong One To Fuck With. Seasoned veterans strive to push their creative and technical limits even further through 10 intricate tracks of pulverizing death metal, filled with more dynamic intricacy, brutal breakdowns and diverse vocal patterns than ever before. After more than 25 years of career, DYING FETUS reinforces its legacy with Wrong One To Fuck With and confirms its position as the dominant force in death metal today.
The Belgians NASTY (created in 2004) are shaking stages around the world with their hardcore beatdown. With a tireless work ethic and can-do attitude, NASTY has become an international force playing across Europe, USA, Russia, Brazil, Japan, China and Korea. Today, in a time of uncertainty, NASTY brings the certainty of overwhelming sounds with their first full-length Century Media album, “Menace”. According to the band, "Menace" partially manifested during these generally turbulent times. “When the pandemic started, we were all hit hard during the recording and writing process. We wanted to write about the madness of this world. This world is a threat to you, but you also risk becoming a threat to this world” “Menace” is 14 tracks of pure and hard-hitting musical violence.
CABAL is one of the most brutal and up-and-coming deathcore bands from Copenhagen, Denmark. The band aims to create a visceral, doom-laden atmosphere through their music and visual expression. The production is crystal clear, while the songwriting draws inspiration from everything from black and death metal to djent and hardcore.
Blue light, No heat, an icy wall of sound denser than dense. Frozen Soul, a group from Dallas (Texas), lives up to its name: it's the sound of death metal at its coldest and most classic. Riff after riff, it's impossible to misunderstand the themes of isolation and suffering that permeate the quintet's massive sonic missives. From the first note of Crypt of Ice, Century Media's debut album, we have the impression of hearing the Night King's march from Game of Thrones: nothing subtle. "The feeling I get from playing Frozen Soul is powerful in a way that I haven't felt in other bands I've played in before," says frontman Chad Green. “The sound, the lyrics, even the logo itself has a harshness that gives the impression of power and coldness. Add to that the real-life depression and venomous people who can inhabit it and the group vibe comes into its own.”
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
PTR members: 25.-
20 years/20 francs: 30.-
Music Pass: Free
From 16 years old
Children under 16 must be accompanied by a legal guardian or an adult with a power of attorney signed by the legal guardian.