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Death metal band to play in an airtight cube until they run out of oxygen #MusicMonday

Death metal band Unfathomable Ruination to play until they run out of oxygen News Art The Independent

This band might be close to putting the “death” in “death metal” – literally! Via The Independent.

Death metal band Unfathomable Ruination are to perform in an airtight, soundproofed box outside the Gherkin in London this week.

Visible but inaudible to the public, the band’s set will form an art installation by Portuguese artist João Onofre called ‘Box Sized DIE’, which is part of new exhibition Sculpture in the City.

“The box is soundproofed, determining and restricting the performance’s duration to the length of time in which the oxygen is expended,” a blurb on the installation reads.

“Outside the cube, viewers observe its strange vibrations, only viewing the band’s entrance and exit to the performance space.”

Packed into the tiny cube, Unfathomable Ruination will play tracks from their album, possibly including hits like ‘Edges of Disfigured Atrocity’ and ‘Futile Colossus Decapitated’.

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