Primitai to host album release show at Camden Underworld

23 September 2021

This Saturday, 25 September 2021, Primitai are putting on a special night to celebrate the release of their acclaimed new album Violence Of The Skies, which sees them push their Heavy Metal roots to the boundary with power and Progressive Metal.

The band spent 2020 writing and recording the album and signing a new deal with ROAR Rock of Angels Records, and have marked their 2021 live return with two sets at Bloodstock festival and this special headline show at the legendary Camden Underworld. Expect an epic setlist showcasing the new material and plenty of fan favourites too.

The Underworld show promises to be a stellar night not only for Primitai but several other of the best up and coming bands at the moment. The Underworld show will also feature three special guests.

Death Valley Knights bring their powerful Heavy Metal, as seen at the Hard Rock Hell and Stone Free festivals. Spyder Byte, the Kent rockers heavily influenced by the bands of the late ’80s sunset strip movement. Star Circus, Camden legend Dave Winkler’s new project, a mix of hard rock and power pop with some of the best musicians on the London scene.

Violence Of The Skies sees Primitai push their classic Metal sound to the boundary with power and Progressive Metal in a similar way that Queensryche and Savatage did upon taking the Maiden/Priest template.

There are guest appearances from Paul Quinn (Saxon) and Tom Draper (ex-Primitai, Carcass). Art is by Stan W Decker (Megadeth, Dragonforce), and mastering is by multi-Grammy-winning engineer Alan Douches (Motörhead).

Primitai at the Camden Underworld poster

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