Wargasm announce “live and fucking loud” livestream from a tank graveyard

Wargasm have announced that they will be performing a “live and fucking loud” livestream from a graveyard in support of their debut album ‘Venom‘.

READ MORE: Wargasm: “Our first dream collaboration was with Fred Durst – our second is on the way”

The electronic metal duo – comprised of Sam Matlock and Milkie Way – took to the band’s official social media accounts to announce the livestream performance. They revealed that on Monday (July 8) they will play their debut album ‘Venom’ in its entirety for the first time at a tank graveyard in the middle of England.

On the livestream’s website, Wargasm teased that their performance may include drones and pyro and added that the whole thing could possibly “end in flames and a bang” urging fans to “expect the unexpected.”

The FAQ section stressed that the performance will be 100 per cent live and will be available to be watched with Chromecast or Airplay on smart TVs. The stream will also be available to be rewatched. Visit here to purchase tickets.

In a four-star review of the band’s album, NME shared: “‘Venom’ is a consistent album that builds on last year’s teaser project ‘EXPLICIT: The MiXXXtape’, but this time with a significantly raw feel. ‘S.A.D.’ is perhaps the epitome of this sound, zooming in and out of heaviness with Matlock’s creepy croaks juxtaposed against Way’s atmospheric cleans in the pre-chorus. ‘Ride The Thunder’ brings triplet rap flows to the table, over a throbbing beat that’s just waiting to kick off, while the title track leaves zero breathing space, sounding fast and furious from the get-go. It’s a total riot.”

Speaking to NME last month at Download Festival, the duo revealed that they have a new collab on the way which will see them launch a new era.

“I think it’s going to look different going forward, it’s time for it all to change and evolve. We need to bring more war, and more gasm,” Matlock explained when asked about new material. “Come back next month and you’ll understand how. There’ll be new music – or at least I think it’ll be out then…”

He continued: “We’ve featured on a lot of other artists’ tunes this year, and it made us realise that we really want another artist to be the one featuring on our tunes. So far we’ve only had that once, but it was Fred Durst to be fair. So come back next month and you see – our first dream collaboration was with Fred, and the second is on the way.”

In other news, Wargasm will be joining KoRn for their two UK shows next month. The iconic nu-metal band will take over the Scarborough Open Air Theatre on August 8 as well as London’s Gunnersbury Park on August 11. Visit here to purchase any remaining tickets.

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