DEVONSHIRE ARMS, LONDON The miniscule confines of the Devonshire Arms are teeming with people on an appropriately bitter evening for what seems like a big Swedish metal family reunion. First up is Uppsala’s REVEAL , purveyors of relentless heavy, nihilistic black thrash who lay waste to the tiny stage and err, themselves (it’s dark in here, but frontman Ghost’s nose seems to be gushing blood before they even start playing). MAGGOT HEART  unleash the sound of female fury in a whirlwind of DIY post-punk, in a similarly chilly, dissonant vein as sticksman Uno Bruniusson’s former band In Solitude (who we’re still not over, damn it). Even if it weren’t for her credentials as former guitarist of Grave Pleasures and The oath, Linnéa olsson would still be impossibly cool. one minute she’s snarling through a cover of 70s art-punks Pere Ubu’s Final Solution from behind her hair, the next, she’s locking eyes with every girl on the front row while unselfconsciously spitting her fervent monologue as an intro to City Girls, before ending with the furious Show Them Your Teeth.