The society that brings together rock and metal fans and the music they love.
Please check out Rocksoc on Facebook for the most up-to-date events information
Our monthly club night at the Q Club. If you are interested in DJing, contact the WUS officer. (No experience necessary for first slot.)
Weekly on a Thursday, hailed as “rocksoc on tour” — a random pub each time. Committee meetings are held fortnightly just before the pub meets (in the pub, of course). To find out where our next pub meet is, keep an eye on Rocksoc's Facebook group
Once a term. If you are a band looking for a slot then contact the events officer.
Listings of all rock, metal, and alternative events in Cambridge. If you are organising such an event then contact the webmaster to have it added.
16th Oct. 2015 21:00
at The Q-Club
|Another month, another Cambridge Rocksoc Club Night! But this time the entry for Students is for FREE! The DJs will provide you with a wide range of Rock/Metal classics and floor fillers. The genres will as diverse, as every time, from black, death, thrash, heavy, speed metal over industrial tunes to punk or hard rock. (Of course some kvlt old-school tunes won't be missed either ;) ) We hope we will see as many of you, as possible, this especially counts for you, freshers, out there in Cambridge! :) On door: £4. RockSoc members: £3. FREE ENTRY for everyone with a valid student ID!|
21st Oct. 2015 20:00
at The Junction
Organised by Cambridge Junction
|What better way to underscore Conservative economic policy than with the sound of PURE EVIL? Part metal-recital, part exorcism, #TORYCORE combines sludge and doom metal with the Budget speech 2015; a pounding subverbal deathgrowl with text from the blue suits at Tory HQ. Chris Thorpe and Steve Lawson on guitar. Lucy on vocals. Lyrics by George Osborne and the architects of austerity. #TORYCORE is twisted avant-garde metal and a guttural vocal that plays like a verbatim record of a government ripping society’s guts out. This is a free, ticketed event, presented by Cambridge Junction as part of the 'power and resistance' themed Cambridge Festival of Ideas. Instead of paying for a ticket, please bring with you an edible donation to the Cambridge City Foodbank or a cash donation to another local direct action charity (tbc).|