Hailing from Bradford, West Yorkshire, Dawn of Elysium have been homing their unique take on progressive gothic rock for the last decade. Constantly evolving, the band expanded to its current 5-piece line-up in 2019 and has since been going from strength to strength. With a proud DIY ethic, the band have self-recorded and released albums “Time and Tide” (2016) and “Raven” (2019) as well as a string of EPs and singles, with more exciting releases planned for 2022. Following the post-punk/goth vibes of earlier material, their current sound can best be described as traditional guitar based gothic rock with reflections of prog and 1990s West Yorkshire metal with passionate female vocals.

Dawn Of Elysium have shared a bill with:

1919, 2 Sick Monkeys, Abrasive Wheels, Action Directe, Alice Moving Under Skies, AMereKat, Analog Bombs, Android Lust, Andy Carrington, Anti-System, Arcane Winter, Arkham Witch, Army of Walking Corpses, Astral Trip, Auger, Johnny B, Bad Pollyanna, James Bar Bowen, Berlin Black, Bibles FC, Black Falcon, Black Horse Fairy, Black Riders Cult, Byronic Sex & Exile, Camel of Doom, Paul Carter, Chaos Bleak, Chutzpah!, Crawlform, Christian Death, Crazy Legs, The Danse Society, Dark Valentine, Dave McKinley, Dead Eyes Opened, Dead Rejects, Do Miss America, Dolomites, John Merrick’s Remains, Josh Doyle, DWB13X, Eagle Spits, Eastfield, Echofire, Katie Ellie, Every Black Day, The Expelaires, FANS, Fail The Enemy, Fling, Flirting With Corpses, The Fugitives, Galores, Glarus, The Glass House Museum, Global Citizen, Gothzilla, Grassby & Walker (Rhombus), Green Owl, Grooving In Green, Guttersluts, Hands of Industry, Hangman, Kukubuna Harris, Headsticks, Hollow Earth, Hospital Food, Hummer, Idiotbox, In Evil Hour, Inertia, Into The Silence, Ironrat, It’s A Trap, Jan Doyle Band, Juratory, Klammer, Matt Kula, Last July, Lesbian Bed Death, Liberty Slaves, Lizard Tongue, Lost On Me, The Lost Souls, Lupine, Machine Gun Etiquette, Maplerun, The Marching Men, Memento Mori, Mikey May, May Moon, Luke Mayo, Me Rex, Monolith Cult, Murderpuss, The Negatives UK, No Decorum, Novacrow, Old School Enemy, Pallas Athena, Perpetua, Petrichor, Pigwitch, Primitive Echo, Psychlona, Psydoll, Quasimodo, Red Sun Revival, Rhombus, Rebecca Roberts, Salvation, Spectral Eyes, The Seventh Victim, Shane Pain, Sin Circus, Six Feet Below, Skeletal Family, Snuff Rock, Sometime The Wolf, Spekulus, Still Patient?, Suicide By Cop, Sweet Exile, Syd.31, Thee Distractions, The Third Congress of the Order of the Holy Riff, Those Who Betray, Three Chord Wonder, Tokyo Witch Hunt, TV Smith, Unquiet Dead, Viet Bong, Void Ship Captains, Vukovar Vukovar, When Idols Fall, Cayn White, Wild Trash, Elyse Willett, Withered Ways, Yo El Ray, Zeitgeist Zero

And played at the following venues:

1in12 Club (Bradford), The Alhambra (Morecambe), Apollo (Scarborough), Bad Apples (Leeds), Bentley’s Live Lounge (Bradford), The Black Swan (Bradford), Bradford University (Bradford), The Duchess of Kent (Bradford), The Exchange Arts Centre (Keighley), The Fenton (Leeds), The Fox and Newt (Leeds), The Fulford Arms (York), The Globe (Newcastle Upon Tyne), The Greyhound (Beeston, Notts), Leeds University (Leeds), The Library (Leeds), The Love Apple (Bradford), The Mill (Bradford), The Mulberry (Sheffield), The New Beehive (Bradford), Nightrain (Bradford), The Northern (Low Moor, Bradford), Northern Guitars (Leeds), The Packhorse (Woodhouse Lane, Leeds), The Polish Club (Barnsley), The Primrose (Leeds), Rebellion (Manchester), The Snooty Fox (Wakefield), The Star and Garter (Burton-on-Trent), Studio 5 Live (Jam on Top) (Keighley), Tavern In The Town (Bradford), Temple of Boom (Leeds), Trash (Bradford), The Underground (Barnsley), The Underground (Bradford), Vampire (Bradford), Wharf Chambers (Leeds)