London’s iconic tube will soon be a permanent home for the world’s biggest tube metal band.
The metal tube is set to be unveiled in a ceremony at the London Underground station on Saturday night, with the first tube concert ever staged inside the giant metal tube at the Barbican in central London.
This is the first time a tube has ever been used for metal in the world.
Tunnels have been used in the past to host shows, but metal bands have traditionally done the bulk of the heavy metal shows, with heavy metal bands usually playing a few days a week.
Fans of metal bands will also be able to buy tickets to the gig at the station for £15 and the Tube will have its own separate ticket office to cater for metal fans, including metal tube fans.
Metal is a fast-growing genre of music that has played a major role in the evolution of pop music and the rise of alternative music.
It has attracted a wide range of genres from rock to alternative to techno and it has been around for over a century.
The metal band Black Sabbath are famous for their iconic black metal cover of Metallica’s ‘Mothership Connection’, but they have also performed a number of other metal covers including the title track of Metallic’s ‘Ozzy Osbourne’.
The event is being organised by the British metal underground, the British Metal Underground, which represents the most prolific metal bands around the world, and London Underground, the national transport authority.
Tickets to the concert will be £15 ($25) and the event is due to last about two hours, which will allow fans to explore the underground and catch up with old friends.
It will be the first ever tube metal gig, and will be open to the public for the first three weeks of the show.
Tickets will also go on sale on Friday, May 15 at 9am (local time), with more tickets available through ticketmaster.com, the ticket office, tubefestival.co.uk and at the event itself, according to The Times.
Tickets to all three tube bands will go on general sale in the coming days, with more information on the ticket prices and times to be announced later.
In 2016, the underground was named the world city for metal, and the city has seen a rise in the popularity of the genre in recent years.