The Louisiana, Bristol, GB
Sunday, 10 April, 2022
£5 + bf
16 plus, under 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
In 2019 Morass Of Molasses unleashed the much anticipated second Album ‘The Ties That Bind’. Produced by Ian Sadler(OHHMS, Orbital Junction) and released via Wasted State Records . This record marked a real evolution for the band and pushes the boundaries set by their previous records. With the 3rd Album now finished, Morass Of Molasses are itching to get back on the road to show off their new material. So this April they are all set for another UK tour, revisiting many of the cities that have welcomed them with open arms.
‘Enough bowel quaking low-end to fill another Sabbath album’
‘Masters of the low end whilst still finding plenty of bounce to set themselves apart’
Swamp master generals of the Reading scene; they creating the kind of lumbering Heavy blues riffs which induce involuntary head nodding and a deep stirring of the loins. Effortlessly establishing themselves as a force to be reckoned with. Their short life so far has also seen them sharing stages with such luminaries of the scene as Crowbar, Orange Goblin, Ohhms, Vodun, Elephant Tree, Desert Storm, Space Witch, Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard and many more. Their first gutsy Jagermiester stage performance at Bloodstock Festival helped propel them into a relentless schedule of touring. During which they released the self-funded debut EP ‘So Flows Our Fate’. Which garnered a tidal wave of critical acclaim and brought them into contact with Hevisike Records. The very Label which released their debut Album ‘These Paths We Tread’. Closely followed by another momentous performance to a packed Sophie Lancaster Stage at Bloodstock Festival and more recentlyat Desertfest in London and HRH Doom vs Stoner at O2 Sheffield.
Support from Captain Zero + Dirty Nips