Forming The Void
October 20, 2019
Forming The Void
The Elbow Room
Doors Open: 6:00 PM
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
TICKET SALE DATES
ADVANCED Public Onsale: August 20, 2019 11:02 PM to October 19, 2019 11:59 PM
Riffs. So much riffs!
On tour of the U.S. in support of their new album 'Rift', Forming the Void comes to Wichita on Sunday, October 20 for an early 21+ show with regional support from Ghost Town Strays and The OVER at The Elbow Room.
Tickets are $7 dollars at the door and $5 in advance.
Forming The Void is making serious waves with their unique and masterful blend of psychedelic stoner rock. Their home state of Louisiana can no longer contain this powerhouse and they are now winning great acclaim worldwide:
#1 on Doom Charts August 2018 #2 for 2018
"Forming the Void absolutely dominated the charts this month with 18 votes on 29 lists, many high on the individual rankings. Moving up from the #9 spot last month prior to the album release, its clear the fans and critics hear something special, and seeing them live in Vegas plus meeting and hanging out with the dudes its clear they are on the right path."
"Lousiana's Forming the Void is one of stoner metal's best-kept secrets. Last year's Relic was a potent blend of sludge, stoner and prog, accentuated by phenomenal songwriting and damn-near radio-friendly tunes that put most radio rock to shame." - Aaron (Metal Injection)
"Forming The Void are set to crush all-comers with this follow-up to their much-lauded third album Relic. Immense, imperious and armed with megaton riffs, Rift is an admirable sequel to the genre expansions of Relic and a major step forward in terms of production. There's nothing quite as odd as their sludgy cover of Kashmir this time round, but in Extinction Event, Ark Debris and glacial 10-minute closer Shrine and the rest they've created an album that ranges from shamanic atmospherics to vast, tectonic bruisers, all the while twisting the archetypal
stoner sound to their own nefarious ends."-Essi Berelian (Classic Rock Magazine)
"Turns out that there's room for a little bit more worship of The Good Riff after all. Of course, by "a little bit more," I really mean "packed full" of The Good Riff, as Rift takes no shortcuts in terms of hooking the listener with them." -Grymm (Angry Metal Guy)
Add performances from Ghost Town Strays and The Over, in a great venue with great production and great staff, and this show will be a night to remember. Like, share, and rock and roll!