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Krak Krak
Sun 24th Apr 2016 @ The Prince Albert

Headliner: Krak Krak
Event: Brighton Noise Presents......
In support: Broker
When: Sun 24th Apr 2016
Time: 8:00pm
Age restriction: 18+
Other info: Event page

KRAK KRAK

“KRAK KRAK are simultaneously stripping things back to their raw fundamentals while keeping one foot ahead of the game.” Terrorizer

“Venomous, high-octane hardcore force.” Punktastic

“This is a band that incite excitement.” Raw Meat

“KRAK KRAK are our new favourite band.” Glasswerk

“With their brand of unhinged noise rock, the album captures the frenzied energy of their live show perfectly.” Already Heard

BROKER

Brighton’s premier post-hardcore outift. Jaw-droppingly tight live. Onoxious/ Sophisticated (delete as appropriate.) More DIY than a branch of B&Q.

‘They are fast developing a mature dynamic that varies in volume, speed, tension and attack, while keeping the end result a coherent, individual sound. Their songs are becoming more spaced out, giving them the breathing space to explore melody and refine what works into extended semi-epics that refuse to pray to the clichés of prog or post hardcore.’

MISTER LIZARD

Fastcore Lizard Powerviolence

‘Everything is a fucking farce. You’re falling for it.’

MOODHOOVER

Musical equivalent of goats cheese. Classic doom/ mathy – you work it out.

The Prince Albert

Address

48 Trafalgar Street
BN1 4ED

Contact

T: 01273 730499

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KRAK KRAK, Broker and Mister Lizard @ Prince Albert 24/04/2016

24/04/2016 By Chris Kuzmiski

Krak KrakYou could argue it’s not the best journalistic rigour, or even a little arrogant considering we are putting the gig on, but we couldn’t give a shit. This is going to be the best line-up Brighton sees this year.

KRAK KRAK, a band whose name alone is a signifier of total destruction, madness personified. Fuck off noise rock with mechanised cult deprogramming riffs. David Koresh wouldn’t approve, but he’d be pink with envy.

Broker, another band name that puts its cards on the table, are all the wonderful things you associate with the power trio. Namely POWER, zero flab, indoctrinated tightness, laser focus. Too metal for the pricks, too heavy for everyone else. Their loss.

Mister Lizard, mark our words, will become this city’s heir apparent to Converge one day. Gonzo mentalist vocalist, ten riffs per second, and a preternatural control of noise! Probably a bit too rowdy for the passive, too-cool Brighton crowd but hey, sorts the wheat from the chaff.

Speaking of which, The Albert is pretty small. Ask yourself, are you are going to stand around thinking you are cool? Well fucking stay at home.

Brighton Noise

W: http://www.brightonnoise.co.uk
@: info@brightonnoise.co.uk

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