NMC Live and Sheffield City Hall presents…

OATHBREAKER headline our Tramlines show in Sheffield City Hall Ballroom on 22nd July, following in the footsteps of Alcest, And So I Watch You From Afar, Future of the Left and more over the past few years. The Belgian quartet recently sold out most of their UK tour following the release of the stunning ‘Rheia’ on Deathwish.
MYRKUR will join them at the top of the bill, with the Danish multi-instrumentalist performing a rare solo show. Exploding following the release of the Ulver-produced ‘M’ on Relapse, this show will be more akin to her ‘Mausoleum’ album – a more stripped back affair, touching on the beauty that partners the ferocity of her full band.
Some of the UK’s finest provide a stellar supporting cast as the day delves into math-rock, electronica, stoner and straight up punk rock.
Indoor venues are running outside of the main ticket this year, so we’ll have a mere £2 door charge as a fringe event (you don’t need a ticket for the main event). There are no advance tickets, but anyone clicking “attend” will have their name on the door to ensure guaranteed entry before 6 p.m. You can pick up wristbands anytime from 2 p.m, beyond 6 p.m, and Oathbreaker will finish just before 11 p.m so that anyone heading home out of Sheffield can catch public transport.
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