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Monday 27th August 2018

High Fighter // Tuskar // My Diablo

— The Old England Pub
A heavy night of blues-fueled, stoner, doom, sludge!
price: Headfirst Tickets


Snuff Lane loudly bring you:

High Fighter // Tuskar // My Diablo

Monday 27th August

The Old England, Bristol

Doors: 19:30

Tickets: £3.00 adv. // £5.00 otd.

Germany's blues-fueled, stoner, doom-sludgsters HIGH FIGHTER debut Bristol this August.

Hefty return performances from the nastiest “nuclear sludge” duo to spawn from the UK, TUSKAR, alongside Didcot-based power-duo MY DIABLO.


High Fighter


High Fighter started as a new band project born by former band members of A Million Miles, Buffalo Hump and Pyogenesis in the summer of 2014.

Since the self-release of their acclaimed EP and in one band year only, High Fighter have performed numerous shows in 2015 with Ahab, Mammoth Storm, The Midnight Ghost Train, sunnata, Greenleaf, Corrosion of Conformity & many more. They’ve played festivals such as Stoned From The Underground, Sonic Blast in Portugal, Red Smoke Poland, Hamburg Metaldayz as well as an exclusive press show case live at Wacken Open Air 2015, to name just a few. This has seen them win acclaim and a whole legion of fans from their energetic live performances.

High Fighter are going to surprise a lot of people when they release their new album. It has the potential to being one of the best debut albums of 2016. So if you’re into Doom, Blues, Sludge, Stoner and Heavy Metal then look no further as HIGH FIGHTER have it all and are ready to KICK ASS to show the world what they can do.

Written by Steve Howe (Outlaws Of The Sun)




A two-piece doom/sludge outfit hailing from Milton Keynes

Welcome the freshest, nastiest “nuclear sludge” duo to spawn from the UK, Tuskar; who'll be bringing their combination of Doom, Sludge, Stoner and Black Metal to Bristol this month.

FFO: Conan, Sleep, Behemoth and Darkthrone

"Nasty two-piece. Loud and f*cking angry.”

- The Sludgelord

"Tuskar are creating something here that reflects an exciting scene and one that can't help but to keep expanding in potency and building toward a better future."

- Two Guys Metal Reviews


My Diablo

A Power duo Rock band from Didcot, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom

Formed from the ashes of one of Oxfordshire's most hardest rocking/hardest living outfits Mother Corona, My Diablo are a powerhouse in modern hard rock, with a nack for creating catchy hooks with a blistering assault.

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High Fighter

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