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The Cathouse Glasgow, an icon of alternative live music
The Cathouse Glasgow has been a much loved alternative venue for many years already. It splits its time between live band gigs and club nights, but the music is always consistently good, as well as being an excellent reflection of what's popular in Scotland on the heavier side of alternative music at any given time. Past acts have included thrash demi-gods, Anthrax and experimental rock-metal outfit, Mr Bungle, as well as more mainstream acts like Oasis. So one thing has always held true about this venue: if the cream of the crop is what you're after, then it's a solid bet to buy or sell Cathouse Glasgow tickets on StubHub. You'll reap musical rewards in spades.
Always showcasing the latest in alternative music
Let's start with the weekly club nights at Cathouse Glasgow. They're interesting and varied, showcasing a wide variety of broadly alternative and indie rock, from the poppier side of things to the real headbanging stuff. For pop-punk and metal anthems, fans have gravitated to the "Bangers 'n' Mosh" nights. "Unholy Thursdays" have provided a constant stream of consistently up-to-date goth rock and doom metal, while weekend nights have usually been given over to a raft of different types of music, including screamo, post-hardcore and lots more metal. Things are equally hot on the live music front, with cutting edge bands always in plentiful supply, such as US deathcore outfit Rings of Saturn and the progressive metal of Minnesota's After The Burial. The venue isn't that big either, which means audiences get to see these bands really close up. The place has been regularly packed since it launched in 1990, and that's a sure indication that you're in for a good time with Cathouse Glasgow tickets.
A Mecca for British and international metal
Cathouse Glasgow started out on Brown Street, and in its early years played host to some of the legends of the day, including all the important members of the original Seattle grunge band club. So of course Pearl Jam have played there on more than one occasion. It's also become a home to British metal music, as well as serving as a reliable touring stop-over for many of the world's most popular metal bands, like Static X and, in later years, Halestorm. Smaller local Scottish bands have also found a welcoming place to play here, and with the venue having moved to larger premises on Union Street, have been able to exhibit their sounds to wider audiences than before. You can get Cathouse Glasgow tickets on StubHub.
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