Live Reviews

Joe Elliotts Down ‘n’ Outz at The Slade Rooms, with support from Vega

Wolverhampton, Dec 12th 2014  On a bitterly cold night I arrived at the Wolver Slade Rooms for what was promising to be a cracking night of rock music, UK style. The Further Adventures of Down ‘n’ Outz were to be played, to what was promising to be a decent, but not sell-out crowd. Featuring Def Leppard‘s front man Joe Elliott ...

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Bring Me The Horizon Live @ Wembley Arena Friday 5th December 2014

After laying complete waste to Camden’s The Underworld in front of 500 rabid punters just days earlier, Sheffield’s Bring Me The Horizon look set to take on a slightly less intimate venue tonight in the form of Wembley. Tonight will mark the final date of a worldwide tour spanning almost two years promoting 2013’s masterpiece Sempiternal. The sheer devotion directed ...

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Live Review: Mastodon, with support from Big Business & Krokodil at the Birmingham O2 Academy

With Mastodon well into the second half of their ‘Once More ‘round The Sun’ tour, promoting the new album of the same name, they were being supported in tonight’s melange of metal mayhem by UK band Krokodil, relative newcomers to the circuit as a band, but with buckets of experience and pedigree as individual members, with main support coming from ...

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Live Review – Avatar, Manchester Academy

Avatar, no not the film, it’s the crazy Sweedish band and tonight they invade Manchester. A circus theme intro song is played, one by one members of Avatar appear on stage and take position, waiting for the leader to arrive. Johannes makes his entrance onto the stage, The band play ‘Let it burn‘ and the crowd went insane, not normal insane ...

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Live Review: Seether at The Ritz Manchester

Can you feel it Manchester? Can you feel the Rock!? Well I did and no doubt the crowd certainly did too, it was insane. Seether were greeted with a very warm welcome. As soon as it went dark the guitars started to strum and out the band came, to ‘Gasoline’  – the crowd went bat sh*t crazy! It’s dark, sweaty ...

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Live Review: Mallory Knox, Liverpool O2

Woooooahhhoooh it’s Mallory Knox live in Liverpool! They open with ‘QOD II’! This track features on the Deluxe version of new album ‘Asymmetry’. “It’s been an incredibly long time since we have been in Liverpool, thank you so much for the support” says Mikey Chapman (vocals). Mikey continues “Now, who wants to hear some new tracks?” as the band play ...

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Hard Rock Hell 8 Review

Hard Rock Hell (HRH) feels like a very well kept secret, hidden by it’s location, hidden by the fact it always sells out, and by the fact that if you did choose to go to a festival, perhaps you didn’t think to go to one November. Whatever the reason, all these things are actually a positive. HRH promotes an atmosphere, far gone ...

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Review: Asking Alexandria, at The Roundhouse London

Tonight I saw Asking Alexandria play in London for the 5th time! I’m quiet a big fan of the band and have followed them since 2009 so seeing them tonight was a HUGE buzz. Sadly due to my poor time keeping I missed opening band Secrets but heard nothing but good things from my friends. The show started for me ...

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Live Review: Skid Row

It’s late into a damp Wednesday afternoon. I’ve bombed it from work to Bournemouth to get to The Old Fire Station just in the nick of time. A tall, smiley gent opens the door and introduces himself as the tour manager. He is terribly sorry, but the boys are running a little late due to a heavy night last night, ...

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Live Review: Brant Bjork and LTNT

LTNT (Lieutenant), a London based heavy, slightly grungy rock band with a 90s influence, came on as second support and kicked the show into gear with the kind of energy you might not expect on a gloomy Tuesday. Straight in with their signature sound, those who had just arrived had no chance to warm up and were hit with a ...

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