Boysetsfire - 25th Anniversary at The Underworld Camden
30 Saturday 30th November

Boysetsfire - 25th Anniversary at The Underworld Camden

The Underworld Camden

174 Camden High Street, London, NW1 0NE

Price: General Admission: GBP 23.0
Time: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

The Underworld Camden proudly presents:
BOYSETSFIRE(official) - 25th Anniversary Tour
plus support.

Doors - 6:00pm // Price - £23.00 adv.
Tickets -


BOYSETSFIRE(official) -
"One Match" -

The iconic, groundbreaking hardcore band Boysetsfire from Delaware celebrates its 25th anniversary, goes on tour

Boysetsfire from Delaware, Newark have long established themselves as one of the most important, most intense hardcore bands in the world. Progressive, political, emotional. After six influential albums, more than a dozen singles and EPs, some side projects and a three-year break, the group of five will be celebrating their 25th anniversary on an extended european tour starting at the end of November.

Founded in 1994 in Delaware, Boysetsfire developed as one of the first bands to provide the classic DIY ideas of old-school hardcore with a hugely emotional, anthemic foundation. To a large extent, this is also the merit of singer and frontman Nathan Gray, who shouts his political and personal texts not only profoundly angry but always sings enormously emotional as well.

The debut album The Day The Sun Went Out (1997) quickly established itself as an important album from the mid-90s within the increasingly popular scene between Post-Hardcore, Emocore, and Screamo. The breakthrough came in 2000 with the masterpiece After The Eulogy, which appeared on the major scene label Victory Records, and with the two opening songs - the murderous title track and the dynamic Rookie - delivers two songs that are indispensable for rock disco until today. Wind-Up, which belongs to Major Sony, is showing a keen interest in the band, who have successfully fought their way into the mainstream with extremely intense concerts from the underground.


Artist: boysetsfire



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