Ghosts float in at The Marquee
A BAND who claim to have pioneered the epic-core music genre will be performing in Hertford tomorrow (Saturday) night. Ghosts on Pegasus Bridge (GOPB) are Nic Matthews (vocals), Tobias Young (guitar/vocals), Duncan Awty (guitar), Rob Weatherall (bass) a
A BAND who claim to have pioneered the 'epic-core' music genre will be performing in Hertford tomorrow (Saturday) night.
Ghosts on Pegasus Bridge (GOPB) are Nic Matthews (vocals), Tobias Young (guitar/vocals), Duncan Awty (guitar), Rob Weatherall (bass) and Matt Russell (drums).
The five-piece, who hail from the south coast, recently embarked on a 16-date March mini-tour in support of their new record, The Darkest Shore, which is set for release later this year.
The tour will take in dates in Ipswich, Scunthorpe, Birmingham and Southampton before visiting Hertford this weekend.
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As for their sound, the group claim to blend "beautifully layered ambient sections with earth shattering breakdowns".
Judge for yourself when GOPB come to The Marquee on Saturday.
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Doors open at 7.30pm and the music is expected to start at 8pm.
Tickets for the 16+ gig, which will also feature Elijah, cost �6 and are available on the door.
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