Suffolk goth-punk legends 13th CHIME return to Cambridge for a one-off show next month.
The recently reactivated Haverhill band, who were mainstays on Cambridge's early 80s punk scene, play the city's Portland Arms on Sunday 12 June, with support from THE HEARSE. Tickets are available here.
The gig follows on from the release of the download only album Noir, which is available via Bandcamp and iTunes.
Check out the video for the single 'WitchTree Lane'.
First formed in 1980, 13th Chime released three singles, gigging regularly around East Anglia and Cambridge alongside such scene regulars as THE STORMED and FINAL SCREAM, splitting up in 1984 when frontman Mick Hand left to travel the world. Hand reconvened the band last year, joined by former member Rob Shaul plus Dave Middle and Jon Rickard from Final Scream. Middle, who had briefly replaced Hand in 1984, before going on the front THE VANISHING POINT has now switched to drums.
13th Chime's 80s recorded output, including the singles, live tracks and a previously unreleased album, is available through New York label Sacred Bones Records.
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