A SYMPHONIC PROG STORM AT THE LEXINGTON

On July 21st, presented by Born Again Concerts and Total Rock under the banner A Symphonic Prog Storm, Pythia will perform a special headline show in the intimate environs of The Lexington, on London‘s Pentonville Road. The band will be joined by very special guests Scardust, who will be hot-footing it to the capital from their Ramblin’ Man festival performance the previous evening. Opening the event will be YouTube Hurdy-Gurdy star, singer songwriter Patty Gurdy

Speaking about this unique night of live music, Pythia’s guitarist Ross White said,
“We can’t wait for this show! Our first headline show since the release of our new album The Solace Of Ancient Earth! We have assembled a very cool lineup which should make for an amazing and memorable evening. Grab your tickets and we shall see you there!”

This remarkable show will be the first oppportunity for London metal fans to hear songs from Pythia’s critically acclaimed, most recent album of masterful, melodic metal, The Solace Of Ancient Earth, live on stage. Reviews for the album, released in May on Golden Axe Records, have been superb.

an absolute gem” 10/10  Independent Music Showcase
“a wonderful work of art”
 9/10  Rock Out Stand Out
“a symphonic metal gem”
 9/10  Ever Metal
“theatrical bombasity” 8.5/10 –
 Ave Noctum
“a huge talent”
 8/10  Metal Temple

For full details of of A Symphonic Prog Strom head to the Facebook event page:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1546824962117361/

Tickets are available now from Ticketweb:
https://www.ticketweb.uk/event/pythia-and-scardust-the-lexington-tickets/9490365

For more information on Pythia click here
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