We want to bring you the best metal bands that the UK has to offer, so we spend our time outside of putting together our gigs, seeking out the next top quality acts that you have to see.
Below, you will find some of the acts we have had the fortune to have grace the Pandemonium Club stage, as well as some of the bands that we think are well worth a listen.
Fallen Fate are a Modern Metal Band from the North East of England.
Forming in 2005, Fallen Fate Self Produced and Released their REVENGANCE EP in Mid 2008. The EP received much positive feedback from fans and critics, has been aired on many online and FM Radio Shows and also gained a slot on Bruce Dickinsons BBC 6 Rock Show. The EP has sold hundreds of copies and many more in Online Downloads.
In June 2010, Fallen Fate played to 1500+ fans at the Download Festival Pre Show and then returned in 2011 to play an invite only event, with Onslaught Vocalist Sy Keeler making a guest vocal appearance with the band.
Fallen Fate have been twice A & R Rated 7/10 on the Roadrunner Records SignMeTo website.
In June 2011, Fallen Fate Self Produced and Released their Debut Album THE VIRUS HAS SPREAD. The 12 Track Album is currently distributed through Amazon, iTunes, Play.com, Spotify and Fallen Fates Online Store. The Album also features a guest vocal appearance from Onslaught's Sy Keeler and has been positively received by fans and critics around the globe.
In September 2011, Fallen Fate toured the UK & Ireland with Onslaught & Gama Bomb, in support of The Virus Has Spread. The band received an excellent reception each night and also received blistering reviews from the media. In January 2012 the band released their frist music video for the track 'Origin Of Sin'.
Fallen Fate are currently writing a follow up to The Virus Has Spread, developing their first DVD and will be touring the UK and Europe in the Summer.
Influenced by American Metal and also Modern Thrash Metal, Fallen Fate bring a mix of Speed and heavy technical riffs to create a contemporary and unique brand of Metal.
The Furious Horde are a Symphonic Black Metal band from South East England.
Their sound has been described as “brutal yet beautiful” with influences drawn from various genres creating a dark and majestic form of extreme metal.
Their stage show reflects this with theatrical grandeur and nightmarish imagery with the members; Ruptured_Souls, Awake, Josiah, Koroner and Mortiroth – costumed, painted and in full character as they play out their set.
Notable live appearances include numerous shows at the Camden Underworld (UK) supporting Eastern Front, showcase events and Infernal Damnation Festival 2012, Bloodstock Festival 2011 (UK) and Metal Camp 2012 (Slovenia).
Dark and heavy yet catchy and adrenaline-pumping; The Furious Horde are suited to a wide range of tastes from fans of symphonic metal to black metal.
Expect darkness, madness and possession set to a metal heart, laced with sweeping keys - The Furious Horde are an audible and visual spectacle that is not to be missed!
Welcome to the phenomenon that is Fury UK. Since signing to independent label Rocksector Records in 2007, Fury UK has emerged as one of the most exciting young classic British metal bands, with quality albums & truly inspiring live performances...
Based in Manchester, Fury UK are influenced by the likes of Iron Maiden, Megadeth, Iced Earth, Dream Theater, Saxon, Metallica & Rush. The amazing reaction to live gigs is a measure of this band & all the more impressive for being delivered within the dynamics of a 3 piece...
"It's always good to discover a new favourite band at festivals and Fury UK seem destined to fit that bill for plenty of people. Their stirring old-school metal sidesteps retro cliche and goes for the jugular with lashings of blistering lead work and planet-sized tunes - Metal Hammer (review of Hammerfest 2010) "
"Increasingly lauded as a gloriously fiery live act, Fury UK are students of metal's old school, & yet there is a sizzling, life-affirming freshness in every second of A Way Of Life.... one of the most exciting British metal albums of recent times" - Classic Rock (album review)
"Jaw droppingly good production.. loud, crisp & beautifully balanced.. riffs & hooks galore.. the clean vocals come into their own during the big choruses.. top notch musicianship.. more than a hint of Megadeth - Powerplay (album review) "