08 February 2016

Seething Akira announce 2 huge new support shows to The Qemists, Hacktivist

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SEETHING AKIRA are hugely excited to announce 2 new fantastic up and coming support slots.
On 28th Feb, they’ll be supporting HACKTIVIST & Counting Days at the Joiners in Southampton, then will follow this up quickly with a support slot to THE QEMISTS at Concorde 2 in Brighton on March 4th at their huge hometown album launch show.

https://joiners.vticket.co.uk/product.php?xProd=529  (Hactivist show)
https://www.seetickets.com/event/qemists/concorde-2/941899  (Qemists show)

These are going to be huge shows and guaranteed to blow the roofs off both venues, so make sure you get your tickets before they sell out!!

“…Seething Akira breathes new life into an increasingly growing underground scene….. hooking beats like The Prodigy and a unique style like Enter Shikari, this band create something personal but show the ability of becoming front runners in an ever growing popular genre!”
Soundscape Magazine

Upcoming shows:
27th February, Wheatsheaf, Banbury supported by Thirteen Shots, Bear Mountain
28th February, supporting HACKTIVIST at the Joiners, Southampton
4th March, supporting THE QEMISTS, at Concorde 2, Brighton
10th -13th March, HAMMERFEST, Wales with Qemists, Cradle Of FilthCypher 16 etc

Having blitzed their Headline show at Icebreaker Festival this year, & stormed last year’s Breakout Festival with their electronic rap metal Beastie Boys stylings (including inciting a bout of rowing, a metal conga and a bouncy castle blitz!), these guys are really on the rise and their live show is something rather special, exceptionally lively & always baking hot, but special!

If you’d like to come along to review/photograph, please contact me directly, thanks Judith.

This bristling, brash, high powered single, produced by vocalist Charlie Bowes, is given an extra edge in the mix by SIKTH’s Dan Weller. Cranking up the pace and bringing some of the band’s boundless energy to the track, he’s captured perfectly their breakneck dance vibe amongst some monster heavy riffs and a truckload of attitude. Airstrike was recorded at Envy Studios in Portsmouth, produced by Charlie Bowes mixed by Dan Weller (Sikth) & mastered at 360 studios by Dick Beetham. The video was recorded at Gym01 Fitness and Martial Arts.

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