Saint Agnes

  • Date: Wed 1st November 2023
  • Doors Open: 7:00 pm
  • Supported By: TBC
  • On Sale: Postponed
  • * Sorry, this event has been postponed
  • Price: £12.00

This show is postponed with a new date to follow. Artist statement below. Keep hold of your tickets and we’ll be in touch with a date when we have it!

Bloodsuckers. We are mad excited to be joining our friends Skindred for some shows in October. It’s going to kick off! See you at the front.

This does unfortunately mean that due to this, and some things we have yet to announce, we are postponing our Uk headline tour until February next year, dates to follow shortly. We really wanted the bloodsuckers tour to get out to more of you so we’re excited to announce that we’re extending the tour in feb with more shows. Hang tight for info on that. Bloodsuckers forever. Can’t wait to see you and play you this album, the show we’re preparing is our best yet.

Hailing from the UK, this ferocious four-strong outfit are all about honest lyrics, intense vocal performances(from Kitty A. Austen), plus rage-fuelled music intended to give a voice to those closer to the fringe than the centre.

As much gang as band, Saint Agnes seek to empower those who’ve been battered and bruised yet refuse to lie down, and it’s a thread that runs deep within ‘Bloodsuckers’ – SA’s first album for Spinefarm. From the title track (also lead single / video) onwards, ‘Bloodsuckers’ is a genre-jumping body of work, taking in elements of metal, punk, industrial and grunge, without being bound by any specific style; the 11 tracks here come straight from the source, largely self-produced and mixed (NIN collaborator Sean Bevan lends his mixing skills to future single / video, ‘Follow You’), and this self-contained approach provides an extra emotional weight throughout, with doom trap provocateur and Kerrang! cover artist Mimi Barks further fuelling the chaos on the short, sharp shock that is ‘Body Bag’. Created in the months following the unexpected and untimely death of Kitty’s mother, ‘Bloodsuckers’explores a number of themes, including mental illness, pent-up rage, undying love and, of course, grief; from the trash-metal howl into the night that is ‘Bloodsuckers’ right through to broken ballad, ‘This Is Not The End’, a poignant reflection of Kitty’s still-raw emotions, this is a call to outsiders everywhere…

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