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Cuntstock 2013.

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Oct 1, 2012 11:25 AM ET #1 (permalink)

Cuntstock is a metal / hardcore charity gig based in Nottingham. This is it's 4th installment after a near 5 year break, and this one will be held on Saturday 13th April @The Maze, just outside Nottingham's city centre. A few bands have been spoken to but non announced yet.

Please check out the event found on Facebook to be kept up to date with any new announcements!

Oct 1, 2012 11:40 AM ET #2 (permalink)

I want to be a Cuntstock.

Oct 1, 2012 2:31 PM ET #3 (permalink)

Sounds like somewhere I need to be. (not TIM's cuntstock, however)

Oct 1, 2012 5:04 PM ET #4 (permalink)

ha!
Never heard of cuntstock, but I once wanted to be a stuntcock. Wasn't too thrilled with the occupational hazards, though.

Also, I hope cuntstock doesn't turn out to be a sausage fest. ;)

Oct 1, 2012 6:16 PM ET #5 (permalink)

LMFAO @ DJ.

Oct 23, 2012 7:44 AM ET #6 (permalink)

3 Bands confirmed so far with plenty more sludge / noise / metal / hardcore goodness to come...

Iced Out produce crushing, heavy, down tempo hardcore, overlayed with harsh barking vocals. Maybe not perfect for a fine wine and cheese soiree (swaray), but definitely nice with a few chilly special brews and a packet of pig skins on the local park.
http://www.facebook.com/Icedouthardcore

WIDOWS play music you can raise a beer and swing a fist to, and they do it hard fast and loud, with bone crushing grooves and undeniable swagger! For fans of Down, Kyuss, and Clutch
http://www.facebook.com/widows666

A local band for local people if ever their was one. One of Nottingham’s hidden jewels these lads know how to make a noise, and how to party. Influenced by the likes of EYEHATEGOD and Iron Monkey, Drunken Bastard churn out nasty sludge at it’s best.
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Drunken-Bastard

Head over to the event page to keep up to date with more announcements.

http://www.facebook.com/events/302311696543032/?fref=ts

Nov 26, 2012 4:00 AM ET #7 (permalink)

Line-up pretty much complete now, so here we go....

LIFER.
When you throw a bunch of bastards from bands like Black Eye Riot, Acrimony and Neckbrace together it could only end one way, and lucky for us it ended up as Lifer. Lifer have been described as "... catchier than a truck full of bare breasted STD ridden nuns", and with their brand of stoner, southern rock metal it's a pretty accurate description. The music shows heavy influences from masters such as Down, Black Sabbath and Crowbar to name a few, and definitely the perfect way to end a day full of music and copious amounts of alcohol.

Let It Die
Blink and you’ll miss half the set. Bringing some much needed metal, punk noise from the mecca of loud...Kettering, Let It Die will leave you lost and confused and wondering what the fuck just happened. Aggressive and ferocious in their delivery, this trio aren’t nice at all, and their short, but hectic set will destroy a bit of you’re soul, and probably make you do a little fear poo.
http://www.facebook.com/letitdie

WIDOWS play music you can raise a beer and swing a fist to, and they do it hard fast and loud, with bone crushing grooves and undeniable swagger! For fans of Down, Kyuss, and Clutch
http://www.facebook.com/widows666

KUNTPUNCHER = electronic blastbeat noise, you won’t like em, we don’t like em, they don’t even like themselves. Featuring 3 semi-noteables from My War, Yes My Ninjas?, River Freshney, Drunken Bastard and Nebukadezza this shit will hurt and offend. Be aware, a non reliable source once told me that any woman more than 10 seconds pregnant will end up giving birth immediately after listerning to KuntPuncher.
http://www.facebook.com/kuntpuncher

BURDEN OF THE NOOSE.
Anyone remember the singer that blew the PA at Cuntstock 08? Well this year he's back and fronting a new band. Formed in a dirty back street in Birmingham, and featuring noisy mother lovers from Godsize, Mistress and I Am Colossus, Burden of the noose produce nasty sounding sludgepunk, with a few riffs and grooves slipped in for good measure. From what we've heard so far, these guys manage to throw down beats like the Nottingham bands of old, and should go down a storm with some of the crowd who remember proper gigs at The Angel.
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Burden-of-the-noose/117691728356714

DRUNKEN BASTARD, A local band for local people if ever their was one. One of Nottingham’s hidden jewels these lads know how to make a noise, and how to party. Influenced by the likes of EYEHATEGOD and Iron Monkey, Drunken Bastard churn out nasty sludge at it’s best.
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Drunken-Bastard/154877177295

ARMY OF WALKING CORPSES are Nottingham’s own horror punk quartet who will be dragging their Misfit-esque styling's, aswell as a few decapitated body parts, to Cuntstock for everyone’s enjoyment this year. For those who haven’t had the pleasure of checking these guys out, lets just say a bleak outlook and songs about brains and death never sounded so good.
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Army-of-Walking-Corpses/140103362667396?fref=ts

ICED OUT produce crushing, heavy, down tempo hardcore, overlayed with harsh barking vocals. Maybe not perfect for a fine wine and cheese soiree (swaray), but definitely nice with a few chilly special brews and a packet of pig skins on the local park.
http://www.facebook.com/Icedouthardcore

SVENGALI are a relatively new band, who if they were a recipe, they would contain a mix of melody, a sprinkle of thrash and a dash of good old metal brutality. Fans of bands like Shadows Fall, Killswitch Engage and A Day To Remember will love this shit, and no doubt their will be plenty of sore necks in the crowd after they’ve finished playing.
http://www.facebook.com/ElessarUK

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