Nairobi Rock Fest 2013, Dec. 7 2013 @ Club Iconic

December 6, 2013 at 10:49 pm 1 comment

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Nairobi Rock Fest 2013, Kenya’s Biggest Rock & Alternative Music Cruise is on at Club Ichonic, Ngong Racecourse headlined by South African “swinecore” band Boargazm. More info:

Band Line up: Boargazm ( South Africa), Moment of Silence , Murfy’s fLaw, Koinange Street Avengers, The Claymore Project & 2 more bands announcement

Dj Line up: DJ UV, Dj Kumi, Dj Gordo “the rock guru”, Dj Hue & Dj Knord


Boargazm is an alternative rock/ thrash metal band hailing from Pretoria, South Africa. The band was founded by multi-instrumentalist Heine Van Der Walt and his brother Chris. The band has 11 interchangeable members, they rehearse via dropbox. There are four permanent musicians in the band line up and are all full-time artists, playing in many different acts across many different genres include jazz and blues.

The band has produced music and toured together since 2007, gigged hundreds of times, toured thousands of hours and played all major festivals across the Southern Africa, and in Americas.

Their full-length debut album, The Aporkalypse, is a science-fiction concept piece. Their debut album, ‘The Aporkalypse’ was released in 2011, and shortly after their music video ‘Lust’ made waves on the South Africa music scene for its portrayal of the human race and it’s lust for meat. The band went on to play at many great shows and festivals, including an opening slot for Fleshgod Apocalypse, STRAB, Oppikoppi, Emalyth Arts Expo and extensive tour of South America in 2013. Their second album, Tribute, pays homage to all their previous ventures and experiences. They are currently working on their third album, and performing live across the globe.


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