Refusing to conform to any one genre or category The Hero Dies First, blend elements of; hardcore, doom, death metal and melodic metal full of heavy breakdowns, to create a driving, lyric led sound that feeds the head, heart and feet. The are set to appear and a varied bill at St Pauls Worthing on […]
PICTURE YOURSELF AT ST PAUL’S: A CALL FOR ENTRIES
Spring 2019 Worthing Portrait Artist of the Year: an exciting evening of live portraiture. 12 local artists, 4 hours, 3 sitters, 1 prize!
Deadline for entries - 12 noon, Friday 11th January 2019.
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Over the years the canon of Metal has spread wide and far, with genres, sub-genres and diversions along the way. Core of IO are masters of technical metal that is almost mathematical in its precision, founded in 2013 Core of IO’s brand of progressive-metal echoes metal mavens such as The Mars Volta, Foo Fighters and […]
SONNET OF THE DAMNED – Crawley based Blackened Doom/Gothic Metal/Trianglecore Ahead of their set at the “Infectious sounds presents” gig at St Pauls Worthing on Sunday June 30th I caught up with Robert Parker to chat about Sonnet of the Damned’s sound, influences and inspiration. Full of fire rage and Fury, Sonnet of the Damned […]
I have to confess to being old enough to remember when there was only one sort of Metal and it was “Heavy”. The new generation of bands have taken the genre and twisted, bent and adapted the form to embrace techno, rap, prog rock and so much more. This Sunday St Paul’s Worthing brings metal […]
James Walsh, lead singer with Starsailor and renowned solo artist has worked with the likes of Susanne Vega, John Leckie and Phil Spector.
For more than 20 years singer/songwriter Thea Gilmore has successfully straddled genre’s to produce music that is still true to her own voice and vision.
This week sees the arrival at St Paul’s Worthing of a musical chameleon and one of the leading forces in the 1980’s acid house movement. Tim Burgess was not only the frontman of acid house/psych masters the Charlatans but has worked with musicians as varied as Johnny Marr, Paul Weller, the Chemical Brothers, Peter Hook and Martin Duffy.
The coffee at St.Paul’s is highly rated, so why not pop in & have one with a slice of delicious, homemade cake or enjoy with a full English breakfast.