Black Peaks Tickets
Fresh metal from Brighton's Black Peaks
Colossal choruses, intricate verses and downright filthy breakdowns have come to define this chaotic four-piece since their ground-breaking debut ‘Statues' in 2016. Combining elements of math rock, hardcore punk and progressive rock, Black Peaks have built a strong cult following and toured with some of the biggest bands in the business. Catch them in their latest run of live shows and buy or sell Black Peaks tickets through StubHub today!
Sharing the stage with the giants of metal
The origins of the band date back to 2014, when they self-released their debut EP, ‘Closer to the Sun', under the name ‘Shine'. After a string of tours and festival dates across the UK and Europe, the band signed with Sony and dropped their first major full-length release, ‘Statues', as Black Peaks. The album was well received in popular rock circles and tracks such as the huge ‘Glass Built Castles' and Mastodon-esque ‘Saviour' gained significant attention from high-profile DJs Daniel P. Carter and Zane Lowe. As such, their profile increased along with their touring schedule. Dates supporting metal heavyweights such as System of a Down, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Prophets of Rage and Deftones followed, as well as a slot on the second leg of Enter Shikari's 2019 headline tour. It's safe to say that these guys are well on their way to joining the ranks of metal's biggest and best, so act fast and buy Black Peaks tickets before they go and sell out. You can get them right here on StubHub now!
Comparisons and that all-important second album
The blistering growls and melodic wails of lead vocalist Will Gardner are at the forefront of an array of attacking guitars that pick apart complex frills amongst the low metal chords and thunderous bass. At the back of it all are those ever-present drums holding everything together, whilst delivering a math rock spectacle not dissimilar to that of The Dillinger Escape Plan. Black Peaks have also been likened to fellow English rockers Oceansize and Muse, as well as Californian enigmas Tool. In 2017, bass player Andrew Gosden parted ways with the band and was replaced by Dave Larkin during the recording of sophomore effort ‘All That Divides'. Released in 2018, the album saw a growth in maturity, consisting of a more rounded collection of tracks and polished production and received critical acclaim and mainstream success. Now the lads are hitting the road once again, and you can buy or sell Black Peaks tickets right here on StubHub today!
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