SUPERSONIC ANNOUNCE GODFLESH IN SUPPORT OF 2019 HEADLINERS NEUROSIS IN THE HISTORIC BIRMINGHAM TOWN HALL, AND REVEAL THE BUG FEAT. MOOR MOTHER, THE BODY, HEN OGLEDD AND JERUSALEM IN MY
As part of Supersonic Festival‘s 15 year anniversary year, Neurosis shall be headlining in the stunning historic Grade I listed Birmingham Town Hall and we are thrilled to announce that supporting them are Brum legends and pioneers of heavy industrial sound, Godflesh, which promises to be an unforgettable experience. Justin K Broadrick has a longstanding relationship with the Festival, as Supersonic have presented (and premiered) a number of his musical projects over the years.
The venue has a firm place in Birmingham’s musical heritage, having played host to the likes of Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin in the 60’s and 70’s, which ties in nicely with the major Home Of Metal exhibit that shall be taking place in tandem to the festival – celebrating the forefathers of Metal – Black Sabbath. The Town Hall Supersonic event is limited capacity so patrons are encouraged to book now to avoid disappointment.
Over in Digbeth and across the 15 year anniversary weekend, Supersonic Festival
Supersonic Festival are so happy to invite The Body, a band who truly
Hen Ogledd shall delight with their phantasmal blend of ravishing melodies, hallucinatory textures and bonkers rhythms at Supersonic Festival’s
The acclaimed Montréal–Beirut contemporary Arabic audio-visual duo Jerusalem In My Heart (JIMH) comprised of musician/producer Radwan Ghazi Moumneh and experimental analog filmmaker Charles-André Coderre shall also grace the stage at Supersonic Festival. Guided by Moumneh’s melding of ‘traditional’ melismatic singing (in Arabic) and
Plus many more acts to be announced soon…
Limited capacity weekend tickets are now on sale here: www.supersonicfestival.com