AVIANA – Special Guests: INVISIONS, EARTH CALLER & DEAD LIKE JULIET
Since forming in York in 2016 from the ashes of their previous bands, InVisions have becomeone of the hungriest and most promising bands of the British metalcore scene. With their full-length debut, Never Nothing released in 2017, InVisions engaged in unrelenting touring across the UK, as well as a slot at Download Festival. Their second album, 2019’s Between You And Me, saw them sign to Stay Sick Recordings and continue to build on their already impressive reputation for heavy intensity, and hitting the road in Europe. Now InVisions return with their third album, Deadlock, their most complete and ambitious statement to date. Conceived in lockdown and seeing the band take the reins on recording/producer roles, Deadlock had a naturally long gestation period. Where previously InVisions leaned into heaviness, powering through breakdowns and brutality with a demolition contractor’s expertise, here they wanted to show they have other tools with which to inflict sonic damage. Across its tracks, Deadlock takes a look at loss, frustration and the self-doubt that comes when distractions are at a minimum and life’s question marks begin to loom. This is Deadlock.
EARTH CALLER Since unleashing their debut album ‘Degenerate’, Melbourne natives ‘Earth Caller’ have quickly earned theirreputation as one of Australia’s premiere metal acts.Earth Caller’s sound has been built and curated by taking the elements of Metal, Metalcore, Hardcore & DeathMetal and fusing these sounds with the structure and sensibilities of commercial music. The band’s broad-scopesound has seen them attract fans from all corners of the heavy music scene and beyond.Over the years Earth Caller have earned the respect of their audiences and peers with their consistently jaw-dropping live performances and their ability to constantly surprise people with their ever evolving sound. Theirwork ethic is second to none and their output can only be described as prolific and with the recent addition ofthe hugely successful Misstiq to their line up - the band is now unstoppable