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“music this good, this emotionally involving and powerful should be experienced first hand... dynamics that range from a whisper to a roar, grooves that can seduce with a gentle caress then leave you reeling with the ferocity of their attack.” Desert Psyclist

"Thoughtfully constructed and written it has a sense of the epic and a completely natural feel. For lovers of doom, this is a must." Ave Noctum

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UPCOMING LIVE DATES

2021

24 October 2021 - Restart the Heart, Black Heart, London

2022

29 April 22 - Desertfest London

Past Dates

21 Jan 17 - The Unicorn, London • 17 Feb 17 - Club 85, Hitchin • 2 Mar 17 - Stevenage • 22 Mar 17 - Welwyn Garden City • 24 Mar 17 - HRH Hammerfest IX • 9 Apr 17 - The Lounge, London • 6 May 17 - Sarcoma Fest, Kent • 5 Aug 17 - Black Heart, London • 26 Aug 17 - Loungefest, The Lounge, London • 9 Sept 17 - Balstock Festival, Baldock • 29 Sept 17 - Firebug, Leicester •  13 Oct 17 - The Dev, London • 5 Nov 17 - West Street Live, Sheffield • 10 Nov 17 - A Day of Rock, The Hut, Corby • 11 Nov 17 - The Castle Tavern, Luton • 25 Nov 17 - Riffmass, Green Door Store, Brighton • 18 Dec 17 - The Black Heart, London • 1 Apr 18 - Club 85, Hitchin • 2 May 18 - The Lounge, London • 7 July 18 - End of the World Festival, Plymouth • 14 July 18 - LeoFest 6, Gravesend • 3 Aug 18 - Sludgefest Reading • 28 Sept 18 - Club 85, Hitchin • 29 Sept 18 - HRH Doom vs Stoner III •  3 Nov 18 - The Tonic, Welwyn Garden City • 10 Nov 18 - A Day of Rock Festival, Corby • 22 Mar 19 - HRH Hammerfest XI • 12 May 19 - Club 85, Bloodstock Metal to the Masses Semi final Guest • 31 May 19 - Doomsday Fest V, Brighton • 30 August 19 - The Unicorn, London • 14 September 19 - Balstock Festival, Baldock • 10 October 19 - London - Iter Launch Show • Iter Tour: Banbury, London, Norwich, Hitchin, Luton • 17 January - The Gryphon, Bristol • 15 February - Ye Old Foundry, Dudley • 28 February - Harveys, Luton w/ Ohhms

ABOUT

Gévaudan are a doom metal band who combine crushing, grooving riffs with tales of legend and woe. With influences firmly in the traditional end of the doom metal genre, they have been cited by Terrorizer Magazine (#281) as “one of the country’s most interesting doom bands”.


A balanced blend of story-telling, heavy riffs, Iommi-esque solos and dynamic song writing mean the band continue to carve their own unique niche within the genre, drawing on influences that include black metal and 70’s psychedelia.


Since their formation in 2013, they have recorded and released two EPs. Both releases have seen them praised for their take on the genre, being described as; ‘strong of riff’, ‘talented’, ‘diverse’ and ‘hypnotic’. Their sophomore release, ‘Litost’, shows the evolution and directional intent of the band; heavy doom filled riffs, melodic trippy interjections with a dynamic vocal range; from clean glassy highs to guttural growls.


Their live performances raise the bar further. Always excellently received by the doom, and wider metal, fraternity, their festival appearances have received huge plaudits from both press and fans alike. They are a well established act in the UK doom scene.

“A dark, dystopian yet hauntingly beautiful album... Masterful and moving” - Doomed & Stoned

"this quartet are out to make their own mark. Yet again, they’ve done so quite brilliantly." 

– Maximum Volume Music

“...blows open the gates of hell with its dominant and decidedly devilish riffing.” – Worship Metal

"...one of the best Doom Metal albums that I have ever listened to. 10/10"   Metal Temple

CONTACT

For bookings and enquiries, email gevaudandoom@gmail.com or message us via our facebook page

“...the band are a Friday (and a festival) high point" - Sonic Abuse (Hammerfest)

“Wow...Gevaudan were bloody brilliant - absolutely blistering riffs that tore The Unicorn apart." – Metalmouth (Live review) 

"Their crushing swagger is enough to level a small block of flats" – Ramzine (Hammerfest Review)

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