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Club nameDeath Machine
LocationWest Midlands
TownBirmingham
Club webpageDeath Machine
Street Address/DirectionsSubway City
27 Water Street
Birmingham
B3 1HL
Streetmap URLAvailable here
DescriptionIndustrial, EBM, Darkwave, Gabba, Techno
Venue/rooms may change, refer to webpage for updates. £5 entry/£4 for DM members
Opening Hours11pm till 6am
Phone Number0121 233 0310
Submitted byZesty
Submitted on:2000-09-08
User comments
Submitted by:ElectroAngel / 2001-03-30
Comment:
I have travelled around the country going to different clubs quite a bit and this is one of the best nights I've been to. The music is great; they seemed to play everything I liked in the 1st room. The atmosphere was really good. Recommended to anyone who hasn't tried it!

Submitted by:ElectroAngel / 2001-12-13
Comment:
Ok so I was a little naive when I posted the last comment, which was after the second time I had been to DM. Unfortunately every time I have been since then all the DM goers have been pushed into the smaller back rooms as DM has ‘clashed with another night’. The music is admittedly good, but the songs never really get varied, it seams like they play virtually the same set over and over again.

Submitted by:Draven / 2002-05-24
Comment:
I believe Death Machine has stopped temporarily due to problems with the venue. I've heard it will be restarting soon but at The Nightingale (near the Arcadian centre).

Submitted by:Draven / 2002-05-27
Comment:
Death Machine is being revived at the Nightingale on the third friday of every month, starting from June. Kevin is now no longer involved and the muci will be goth/indutrial just like in the old days. Lisa wants *everyone* to support this new phase so come along and be part of the new Death Machine phenomenon!

Submitted by:Cinn / 2002-07-30
Comment:
The prices have changed now the night has change venues so its £6/£5 for DM members and the address for the nightingale is: Nightingale Club Essex House, Kent St, Birmingham, West Midlands 0121 622 1718 for more info pop into psiclone and Lisa will tell you whats going on

Submitted by:Draven / 2003-02-27
Comment:
DM is no more and its successor, Di-Vision has also perished... :/

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