With the aforementioned Salford show on the horizon, the band are mindful that some people may be seeing them twice and pledge to play an entirely different set. As a result some offerings are rare cuts which certainly indulges fans looking for a deeper exploration of The Burning Hell's seven album back catalogue.
The likes of 'My Name is Mathius' ensure that the band tip their collective hat to the more well known material, as well as taking a slightly more upbeat approach to the night's, largely downtrodden, proceedings. A request for 'Wallflowers' is fulfilled and is a great shout as it provides one of the night's highlights.
The band eventually return to the cramped stage for an encore which takes the form of 'Amateur Rappers' via experimental rhythms and a masterclass in 'cool beats played on the hi-hat'. The Burning Hell may not fit the mould demanded for mainstream recognition but everyone spills out of Gullivers' back room with a smile plastered firmly on their face.