Birmingham Promoters are teaming up with Brum Notes to present God Damn playing their first Wolverhampton hometown show for 18 months. Guest supports and late bar – come and feel the noise!

The band have recently celebrated signing to esteemed label One Little Indian Records and the release of latest single ‘Shoe Prints in the Dust’, available to order here.

“Rip-rollicking thrash, brutally mixing grunge and the regions finest export, heavy metal.” – NME

God Damn Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Shoe Prints in the Dust’ below:


Plus support from WOMEN 

A schizophrenic blend of crust punk, sludge, stoner, doom & rock ‘n roll. Brand new track ‘Olympia!’, taken from the forthcoming,as yet untitled EP which is coming soon, is free for download on their Bandcamp.

“For such a macho-sounding band, Women are the last thing that spring to mind. The Black Country trio’s tectonic rumble is fused by half-stoned, full-on boogies that comprise the most abrasive elements of punk and metal; it’s organic and monstrous music, devoid of bullshit.” – ChybuccaSounds.com

“A schizophrenic blend of crust punk, sludge, stoner, doom and rock ‘n’ roll,’ cite Wolverhampton trio Women of their music. They’re bass-less noise-mongerers whose Sleepin’ Blues EP is savage and wild and whose live performance has a word of mouth reputation for being equally chaotic.” – Brum Notes

Women Links: Bandcamp | Facebook | Twitter

Listen to ‘Sleepin’ Blues’ below:

And with opening support from WEATHERBIRD

Weatherbird’s unusual blend of Stoner Rock and Britpop has spawned their storming new single ‘King Gluttony’ which is set to be released on May 26th. If you like it loud and sweaty, this band is for you.

‘Classic, fist pumping rock n roll, through a more fresh faced filter’ – This is Fake DIY

‘King Gluttony is rife with strident riffs and blistering guitar’ – Little Indie Blogs

Weatherbird Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘King Gluttony’ below:

The Scribers are a four-piece alternative/dark indie band hailing from Birmingham that take influence from the Arctic Monkeys, Jamie T and heavier artists such as Memphis May Fire.

Their new single ‘Bitchin’ 50’s’ was released earlier this year and can be listened to on Soundcloud and Youtube.

The Scribers Links: Website | Facebook | Soundcloud

Watch the video for ‘Bitchin’ 50’s’ below:



This event is presented by Birmingham Promoters in association with Brum Notes Magazine.