- Telephone 020 7482 1932
- Website www.theunderworldcamden.co.uk
The Underworld is located beneath the World's End pub, a North London landmark, and is proud of its reputation as a late night rock venue, having played host to the likes of Kristin Hersh, Hole, Queens of the Stone Age, Radiohead, Foo Fighters, Smashing Pumpkins, the Datsuns, KT Tunstall and others. The venue is strictly 14+, and under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Gigs end well before midnight, but club nights (which are 18+) go on until 3am.
The nearest Tube station is Camden Town, and the nearest Overground is Camden Road. The club is served by bus routes 29, 31, 88, 134, 214, 274, N20, N28 and N31.
- Open since: 1988
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The British thrash-metal band return to the stage after 26 years.
Alvin Es A Mokusok
Hungarian trio, formed in 1993, play music influenced by soft-punk, punk-rock and ska.
Dutch doom / death metal.
American funk-rock veterans often lumped in with the 80s glam metal movement. With support from Last Great Dreamers.
Guest DJs play rock and roll, indie, emo, punk and alt rock presented by the organisers of Camden Rocks Festival.
The American electronicore quartet from Dallas, Texas perform songs from their most recent album Isolation.
Camden Rocks Club
Guests and residents supply indie and rock.
Sat 28 Jan
Sat 4 Feb
Sat 11 Feb
Hard rock act from Seattle.
Electro songwriter influenced by B-Movie synth soundtracks and black metal. With support from Raveyards.
The punk rock combo, fronted by Jamie Campbell Bower, belts out tracks from the EP Come Get Some.
The rap rock and metal band, formed in California in 1995, brings its original material to the UK's stages. Support from The Wax Lyrical Sound.
Cymbals Eat Guitars
Staten Islanders play indie-rock and unveil the video for Lose track Laramie.
French electronic musician also known as Franck Rivoire plays house and synthwave.
Punk, thrash and death metal combine in Virginia band Darkest Hour's unholy racket.
Demented Are Go
The four-piece combo from Penarth plays pschobilly and punk-flavoured material.
The four-piece outfit featuring Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein, Alex Story and Brandon Pertzborn plays morbid metal. Support is Generation Graveyard.
American melodic rock band from Blue Island, Illinois, founded by singer Donnie Vie and bassist Chip Z'Nuff. With support from The Darker My Horizon.
The bemasked outfit who hail from Preston and comprises four bass players and a singing drummer, performs its doom metal originals.
Greek metal quintet fronted by actual rock god Apollo.
American thrash metal band from Oakland, California. With support from Insanity Alert and Lunatic Hooker.
The four-piece from Denver, Colorado, performs up-tempo thrash metal.
Melodic hardcore rock outfit. With support from Landscapes and Silent Planet.
The Los Angeles hard rock veterans perform the album Wasted In America, celebrating its 25th anniversary.
Sun 29 Jan
Musicians from different bands join together to play an all-acoustic tribute to English heavy metal band Iron Maiden. The songs are played with new arrangements.
Former Thin Lizzy and Whitesnake bassist.
American rock & roll outfit.
The San Franciscan punk four-piece returns to British shores to celebrate its 10th anniversary.
One Love Orchestra
The band based in London perform an eclectic tribute to reggae artist Bob Marley. Featuring 11 members including founder and guitarist Marcin Bobkowski the band not only perform as a tribute act but support many reggae artists as a backing band.
The American doom metal quartet perform songs from their third album Heartless.
Heavy rock from former AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd.
Extreme metal outfit from Skerries, County Dublin, Ireland, formed in 1987 by Pol MacAmhlaigh and Ciaran MacUiliam. With support from Fen and Crom Dubh.
New York-born singer Jeff Scott Soto, who has been a member of both Journey and Yngwie Malmsteen's band, brings his own group to the UK's stages to perform his heavy rock originals.
TNS Records Tour 2017
DIY punk rock from label-mates Wonk Unit, Faintest Idea, Roughneck Riot and Revenge Of The Psychotronic Man.
The former Murderdolls frontman from California performs his rock and metal style.
Pop-punk from the Australian four-piece.
The grindcore trio from Singapore performs in support of its album Voices.