Heavy 21
The Underground Ltd. presents

Heavy 21

May 18th 2019
8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

香港灣仔駱克道150-158號祥友大廈一樓全層, Hong-Kong, Hong Kong
For more information about this event, please contact The Underground Ltd. at contact@undergroundhk.com.

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The Underground returns with the 21st edition of its “Heavy” showcase on May 18 at The Hub as part of our 15 year anniversary celebrations. Raise those metal horns for an amazing line-up showcasing the city’s maddest and baddest hard rock and metal acts!
Opening the show are Cursed Eyes who were headliners in 2016 at the Underground's Heavy #13 event and are welcomed back with open arms for their fearsome pure death metal theatrics.
Second up is Wreckage of Progress who promise “addictive rhythmic metal melodies over crunchy guitar riffs”! 
Third onstage is K'Scope with their danceable punk and singalong headbanging numbers.
Finally, is one of those supergroups that you can only dream about – ARKM rises from the smoldering remains of BlackNightRedSky (Underground favourites) as well as Prayforme, Oi Squad, Axiom and Parallel Horizons. Their progressive industrial metal performance will have you screaming for more.
Come along for some moshing fun at the liveliest gig in town on May 18 at The Hub.  See you there! Tickets on sale now.

Heavy #21
Saturday May 18, 2019
Bands: Cursed Eyes, Wreckage of Progress, K'Scope & ARKM
8pm - 11:30pm
The Hub, 1/F, Fortune Bldg, 150-158 Lockhart Rd, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Early Bird tickets: HK$140 (Until April 30)
Advance tickets : HK$160Walk-in tickets : HK$180
All tickets include one drink.  
Hotline : (852) 9486 4648
http://undergroundhk.com/2019/05/18/heavy-21/https://thepointofsale.hk/tickets/heavy21

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The Underground returns with the 21st edition of its “Heavy” showcase on May 18 at The Hub as part of our 15 year anniversary celebrations. Raise those metal horns for an amazing line-up showcasing the city’s maddest and baddest hard rock and metal acts!
Opening the show are Cursed Eyes who were headliners in 2016 at the Underground's Heavy #13 event and are welcomed back with open arms for their fearsome pure death metal theatrics.
Second up is Wreckage of Progress who promise “addictive rhythmic metal melodies over crunchy guitar riffs”! 
Third onstage is K'Scope with their danceable punk and singalong headbanging numbers.
Finally, is one of those supergroups that you can only dream about – ARKM rises from the smoldering remains of BlackNightRedSky (Underground favourites) as well as Prayforme, Oi Squad, Axiom and Parallel Horizons. Their progressive industrial metal performance will have you screaming for more.
Come along for some moshing fun at the liveliest gig in town on May 18 at The Hub.  See you there! Tickets on sale now.

Heavy #21
Saturday May 18, 2019
Bands: Cursed Eyes, Wreckage of Progress, K'Scope & ARKM
8pm - 11:30pm
The Hub, 1/F, Fortune Bldg, 150-158 Lockhart Rd, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Early Bird tickets: HK$140 (Until April 30)
Advance tickets : HK$160Walk-in tickets : HK$180
All tickets include one drink.  
Hotline : (852) 9486 4648
http://undergroundhk.com/2019/05/18/heavy-21/https://thepointofsale.hk/tickets/heavy21


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ARKM

ARKM is a Hong Kong progressive industrial metal band that came together in October 2018. The band’s name was inspired by industrial progressive rock/metal bands such as Nine Inch Nails (NIN), KMFDM, TOOL, SKOLD and Arkham Asylum (Batman) in terms of the sick, twisted, dark and distorted world that of which is reflected in the band’s lyrics and songs. The band consists of lead vocalist, Allison Gentry (previous vocals for Prayforme); lead guitarist Samirze Kong (AXIOM) and previous member of Parallel Horizons; rhythm guitarist, vocals and synth, JR Gabuya who was founding member of BlackNightRedSky; bassist and vocals, Bryan Mendoza; and on drums JM Inot (Oi Squad, 0.4), with two of the latter having also been part of BlackNightRedSky. Lyrical and song Inspiration themes are largely centred around the darker shades of ourselves that most people are afraid to explore – ranging from artificial love, self-delusion, confabulation, erotomania, betrayal, deceit, regret, corporate and societal expectations and derangement. In the end, trying to better understand ourselves and embrace the darkness is learning to live with it instead of denying it. After all, darkness is half of ourselves. Genre inspirations of the band consists of progressive rock/metal, industrial metal, mathcore, hardcore, grindcore, post rock and electronica with a touch of ambience.

K’scope 萬花筒

K’scope 萬花筒 (Kaleidoscope) is a band formed in 2016 with Maggie, Jing, Allen Lo and Grape. Using the metaphor of a kaleidoscope, they hope to share their multicoloured perspectives using original music and lyrics which reflect the current environment in Hong Kong, enabling them to empathise with local audiences. Their songs are dance-able and easy to sing along to. Attending a gig with K’scope will free you from the pressures of Hong Kong’s stressful lifestyle. K’scope will be launching their debut album later in 2019. Keep an eye on the band and their social media channels for more updates.

Wreckage of Progress

Wreckage Of Progress Formed in 2017 , a Melodic Metalcore band which is based in Hong Kong With the heavy tune blasting, the magnetic melody and the crunchy guitar riffs emerge through their musical arrangement and draw the audience’s attention; The pausing notes are always at the right place, making the rhythm addictive, which makes the music of Wreckage of Progress a delicious dish with rich flavour suiting even for Metalcore beginners. The precise and accurate balance between the catchy melody and the crazy Metalcore riffs is the K.O. swing of Wreckage of Progress.

Cursed Eyes

Formed in 2012 with melodic metal style band. They have been touring around Taiwan, Beijing, Nepal and Canton area. They will keep striving to provide something new and adventurous stuff to audiences.