Time Out says
Posted: Sat Jan 5 2013
Housed in the basement of the World's End pub, the aptly named Underworld has seen a serious amount of alternative rock action in its time, including gigs by the likes of Pulp, Hole and Mercury Rev. It's a dark and somewhat gloomy, wooden-floored space with a rather awkward layout that makes getting in early to bag a good viewing spot from the balcony rails a smart move on busy nights. Air-conditioning and a late (until 3am) licence are bonuses. The music programme is heavy on the mutant punk/screamo, emo, noise and metal hybrid fronts, but not exclusive. Saturday night indie- rock club Silver, launched in 1993, is still running.
What's on at The Underworld
Metal, Rock 'n' roll
Biker-rock and hardcore metal from the Glasgow-formed collective.
This five-piece unit who hail from Atlanta performs its self-penned deathcore material.
The six-piece band, from Ohio, performs heavy metal and thrashcore. With support from Dyscarnate, Employed To Serve, Sold For Evil.
Pop and rock
Brit rockers DSHS blend Tool's complexity with The Deftones' fearsome emoting.