Whoretopsy, Nemesium and Requiem—the perfect comeback show

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Whoretopsy, Nemesium and Requiem—the perfect comeback show

Things are changing over at Courthouse Youth Arts and it all starts with the return of metal gigs.
Once upon a time, CHYA used to be home to various metal gigs—and other genres—in Geelong where people of all ages could enjoy it. That’s right, the all ages gigs are back with a vengeance.
The first metal show on Friday, September 7, brings Melbourne’s one and only slam titans, Whoretopsy, to Geelong. As their site says, “Whoretopsy’s unique spin on slamming death metal is sure to have audiences banging their heads, laughing somewhat guiltily or fleeing with fear, perhaps all of the above.”
Joining them for the ride will be Geelong death metal veterans, Nemesium, and Ballarat riff lords, Requiem.
This gig marks the return of regular monthly shows in general, which will cover a broad range of genres including rock, indie, folk and metal. Gigs will take place on the first Friday of each month.
Tickets are available via the Courthouse Youth Arts website (www.courthouse.org.au) for $15. You can find CHYA at 60 Little Malop Street, Geelong.
Please note there is an extreme language warning and epilepsy warning for this gig and it isn’t for the faint hearted—our favourite kind.