TRY out the sound of a disco - metal hybrid with Tragedy, the all-metal tribute to disco royalty the Bee Gees, at the Swindon Victoria on Sunday night.

To give them their full title, Tragedy: A Metal Tribute to the Bee Gees & Beyond, is described as an over-the-top bombast of disco, metal, glitter and magic.

With crazy outfits, wild hair and loud guitars, these six fearsome brothers gave disco songs the heavy metal treatment in a style reminiscent of Iron Maiden, Guns N Roses and Aerosmith.

They have criss-crossed the globe with their spectacular live shows and having stormed across the USA, UK, France, Holland, Germany and Switzerland, will be coming to Swindon to play at the pub in Victoria Road, with doors opening at 8.30pm.

Tragedy has made several albums, including Can Do No Wrong, a collection of Bee Gees covers, as well as Humbled By Our Greatness and Death To False Disco-Metal. The line-up is made up of Disco Mountain Man, Mo’Royce Peterson, Andy Gibbous Waning, Garry Bibb, The Lord Gibbeth and Lance. As the Tragedy career has developed, they have spread their glittered wings to take on non Bee Gees classics from the disco era, soft rock anthems and party jams.

In 2015, Tragedy had a viral video featuring their take on You’re the One That I Want from the Grease soundtrack, then again in 2017 with Stayin’ Alive.

Described by Metal Hammer as “camp as a row of tents, and with more hooks than hell’s cloakroom,” the band has played at many festivals, including Bloodstock, Rebellion and Hammerfest.

Tickets for Sunday’s concert are £11. To book, visit