Litaniae Noctis — An Ode To Darkened Reverie

Litaniae Noctis — An Ode To Darkened Reverie

7:00pm, Fri 3 May, 2024
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Embark on a journey into the shadows as LITANIAE NOCTIS, a congregation of sonic sorcery, unveils an evening of dark, and depressive expressions through the lens of four extraordinary bands. Each act promises to plunge the audience into realms of introspection and haunting beauty, exploring the depths of the human psyche.

Suicidal Depressive Black Metal from Perth, Western Australia: Brace yourself for a visceral journey into the abyss of despair with Woewarden. Their haunting melodies and soul-crushing atmosphere will immerse you in a sonic labyrinth of suicidal beauty.

Black Metal from the Depths of Tasmania's South: From the mist-laden landscapes of Tasmania emerges Permafog, a sonic entity that delves into the darkest recesses of black metal. Prepare to be ensnared by their evocative soundscapes, capturing the essence of Tasmania's mystic depths.

Blackened Melodic Death Metal from Tasmanias South: A fusion of blackened chaos and melodic grace, Van Diemen paints a vivid sonic tapestry that transcends boundaries. Their melodies, both beautiful and menacing, will guide you through a journey of darkness, death and tales of old.

Apocalyptic Architects of Melodic Black/Death Metal Form NSW: Step into the abyss with Miruthan, leaders of an apocalyptic cult crafting haunting beauty and relentless darkness in their melodic black/death metal symphony. Their music transcends boundaries, merging melodic elegance with death metal ferocity, foretelling an impending apocalypse.

We acknowledge and respect the Palawa people as the traditional and ongoing owners of the skies, land, and water of Lutruwita. We pay our respects to their elders both past and present and acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded.

We believe in safe and positive spaces where all people are welcome and respected. If you experience or see something that doesn’t look right, please report it to one of our friendly staff.

Level access is available from 112 Murray Street via the black and white laneway leading to the Garden. There is one accessible toilet. There is braille signage and tactile ground surface indicators throughout the venue. Please contact us via info@altarhobart.com.au prior to the show day or speak to staff at In The Hanging Garden for assistance.

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