No Spill Blood to bring Heavy Electricity to Róisín Dubh

Listen to stream of new No Spill Blood album

NO SPILL BLOOD’s “ferocious dose of synth-laden aggression comes across with all the brutal heft of underground metal and with the clever intellect of post-punk”.

That is according to the website Noisey, about the Dublin trio who play the next ‘FEAST presents...’ gig at the Róisín Dubh tomorrow [April 17] at 9pm. They will be performing songs from their new album Heavy Electricity, which was released in March. The album features distortion-soaked bass, Master Of Reality-era Sabbath grooves, and post-punk riffing, but also sees them exploring a variety of other sounds throughout.

Support is from Galway band Ilenkus, one of Ireland’s most exciting metal acts. Tickets €8 via or €10 on the door.


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