Death Ingloria comes into land at Boomtown Fair with a 360 Projection Mapped Sonic Space Oddity! Whether you’re an audio/visual gear head, anime addict or just appreciate a beautiful voice on top of solid rock riffs, you won’t want to miss Death Ingloria’s performance at this year’s Boomtown Fair.
Death Ingloria will be taking their unique blend of rock music, comic art and animation to new visual horizons within the 360 projection mapped, fully surround sound dome that is The Cyberdr0ne at Boomtown Fair. Working alongside the futuristic forces of Pixlportal and Sova Audio, Death Ingloria has created a custom designed audio/visual show specifically for this cutting edge performance environment. Utilising the very latest in surround sound technology this show promises to be a cyberdelic eye-popping 360 projection mapped fourth dimensional sonic space oddity.
The only rock act to be playing The Cyberdrone they will be opening the stage on Thursday 8th August at 9pm. Danceable, progressive heavy rock with hints of punk, metal, and blues, Death Ingloria is an auditory and visual experience fully removed from the traditional idea of what a band should be. Not only will you be amazed at the output of Galina Rin and her perfect, custom built AI band mate, Okami, but the back story is also impressive. With the help of some serious heavy hitters working on the projects creation (Tesseract’s Acle Kehney (drums) Between the Buried and Me’s producer Jamie King (Mix and Mastering), 2000 AD’s Nigel Dobbyn (Comic Illustrations), Galina Rin is the creative mind, musician and vocal talent, who writes, records and produces everything herself. Having performed throughout the UK, including London’s iconic 100 Club, August sees Death Ingloria performances at Boomtown Fair’s The Cyberdr0ne, The World Sci-Fi Convention Dublin and The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, this Human/AI duet has a fan base that has grown exponentially since their 2017 debut and is on the verge of steamrolling through the rest of Europe.
Death Ingloria dates
Boomtown Fair 8th Aug
The World Science Fiction Convention,
Dublin 17th and 18th Aug Edinburgh Fringe 24th Aug