A staple when it comes to metal music in the city, The World's End in Camden's history traces back to 1667, but in its current form? A beacon for leather jackets. With The Underworld music venue downstairs, regular guests of pop-punk, screamo, heavy metal and rock head here for a drink before descending below.
Metal Clubs and Bars in London
Metal is not only a music gender but a real way of life: fast guitar reefs, ear pounding drums and epic sounds are essential, but the right bar and the right crowd can really turn everything into the perfect experience. If you're looking for the best metal vibes among all bars in London, check out our list of metal music venues to visit for live bands and DJs alike.
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The Dingwalls in Camden is a legendary live music bar that has seen some of the worlds biggest bands play here. Foo Fighters, Ramones and Mumford and Sons have all graced the stage, here is where you will find the rising stars and bands that will be big before they hit Radio1.
This rock metal bar in London is as heavy as it is vampire repelling because of their passion for infusing garlic in almost everything they serve. There are 101 shots to explore and downstairs in the crypt-like bar there's a stone coffin and plastic skeleton; the ideal heavy metal music venue in London.
The Big Red is a vibey rock pub located in Holloway Road, Islington. Live rock/metal music and an eccentric crowd are The Big Red's specialties and the "Wing Night" on Thursdays (15 wings + 5 beers for only £15) is the best time for enjoying a big meal at a low cost.
The Hobgoblin, better known as The Devonshire Arms, is one of Camden's most alternative rock and metal pubs. With its unpretentious interiors, all covered with posters and flyers, and its eccentric staff, 'The Dev' (this is how locals and habituees call it) is the ideal place for metal-heads.