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"A steady stream of less discerning music fans pour out of Highbury and Islington Station, heading to see Muse play yet another stadium gig filled with enough smoke and mirrors to distract from the lazy, three chord rock-by-numbers that typifies the band. Meanwhile, with some 60,000 less tickets sold, a far superior British band are preparing to take to the stage for a night of doom metal worthy of the old gods as The Wounded Kings return to London for the first time in two years. Birmingham’s Alunah open up the evening with a satisfyingly gripping take on traditional Sabbath worship. There’s some excellent riffs and the band look natural on stage with frontwoman Soph Day channelling the spirit of 70’s doom while the band provides a tight performance behind her. Alunah are at their best when they throw structure to the wind and allow their performance to break free, as long, psychedelic passages help to darken the mood of the Garage" Read more >>
"Tonight is my first visit to Upstairs at The Garage and I am immediately sold on the place. A steady stream of fans flow through the doors and await what is purported to be a night of full blown, doom laden riffage. Alunah, from Birmingham, are first to take stage. They straight away impress with their huge psychedelic sound that at times is reminiscent of Kyuss but on steroids. Soph Day on vocals and guitar really delivers in front of a band that is obviously tight. Their set is short and full of nice heavy grooves, consisting of four songs off of 2012’s White Hoarhound album. Closer “Belial’s Fjord” leaves me wanting to hear more from this band." Read more >>