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St Lucifer + This Is Radio Silence + Chrysalid Homo + West Echo Three

29 September 2023 @ 7:00 pm 11:00 pm

Mollyhouse Mayhem are thrilled to announce the release of ST LUCIFER’s 4th LP Disgraceland: 12 brand new widescreen, technicolour, high voltage#blackmetalgaydiscoclassics. No prisoners taken and no quarter given: We are the QUEER MILITIA.

This event is the official Disgraceland launch party – and will include the band performing the album live in its entirety for the first time…

This coincides with the release of the LP on Mollyhouse Mayhem (Vinyl, CD and Digital) with a limited boutique cassette edition courtesy of Hi-Fi Soup.

Special guests…


…are post-punk/electro/industrial/shoegaze band from the south-east of England.

TIRS has undergone several line-up changes since its formation in 2006, but in recent years has been represented by the core trio of founding member Ben McLees (vocals, guitar), Hunter Barr (keys, 2012-present) and Austin Davey (guitar, 2014-present). Renowned for their intense & loud live shows, TIRS have supported groups such as The Chameleons, The Young Gods, Empathy Test and Bootblacks in the UK.

Currently promoting their recent self-titled double album (regarded as ‘the band’s definitive statement’- Compulsion Online) and augmented to a quartet with the return of long-standing bassist/guitarist Geoff Courts, the band’s forthcoming live dates promise to be both incendiary and memorable.


West Echo Three serve up an unholy racket they describe as Metallic Digital Post-Rock. A fusing of electronics, digital beats, raw guitars and pulsing bass. Formed just before lockdown in 2020, W.E.T have released an E.P and single to positive reviews. Brutal, honest and crunchy. Think Motorhead jamming in Maybeshewills basement.


noun: (pronunciation Kris-sah-lid Hoh-Moh): The futurist sounds of a post-apocalyptic wasteland.

In 2019, three brothers emerged from the ashes of Salfordian Prog-Punk outfit, Trojan Horse. Heavily laden with synths, harmonies and crooning, these heralds of a dark and dangerous future are here to shock and awe. Not afraid of drawing influences from those that have come before, this merry band of mad-max musicians can name those early pioneers of electronic music; Kraftwerk, The Human League, John Foxx (to name only 3), as shaping their own unique sound. Fear not, they aren’t flogging horses here (alive or dead), they’re pushing the boundaries of electronic music to carefully curate a sound that is unique, interesting and, dare we say, pop. 

The sounds emerging from their secret studio in sunny Eccles, are steeped in satire and the rich history that comes with living in the cradle of the industrial revolution.

1st Floor, 14-16 Faraday St
Manchester, M1 1BE
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