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Live Review: The Quireboys @ Hard Rock Hell

The Quireboys – Stage 1 – Saturday The Quireboys we welcomed back to Hard Rock Hell with open arms after their last performance at the festival was such a blast. Their hit songs ‘Mona Lisa Smile’ and ‘It’s 7 o’ Clock’ engaged the biggest reaction from the crowd and got everyone off their seats. Frontman Spike danced around in a ...

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Live Review: Primal Fear @ Hard Rock Hell

Primal Fear – Stage 1 –Saturday The first thing you notice about Primal Fear is that front man Ralf Scheepers has one hell of a voice. If you think of Wolf Hoffman of Accept and Rob Halford formerly of Judas Priest, then turn it up an octave you would have the deliciously ear piercing voice of Ralf. Their heavy metal ...

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Live Review: Electric Boys @ Hard Rock Hell

Electric Boys – Stage 1 – Saturday Electric Boys have a more distinct sound than some of the other bands on the main stage of Hard Rock Hell this year. Their jazzy, soul sounding guitars and rhythmic drum beats got the crowd waving their hands in the air and banging their heads. Their sound was overall very strong and tight ...

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Live Review: Serpentine @ Hard Rock Hell

Serpentine – Stage 2 – Friday If there’s one band of the weekend that impressed us more than anyone else, it was these guys. It was evident from the very beginning that this band are in it for the pure passion of it; interacting with each other and having a laugh, as well as producing a set full of technically ...

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Live Review: Blackfoot @ Hard Rock Hell

Blackfoot – Stage 1 – Saturday Blackfoot was kicking off the southern rock infested night at Hard Rock Hell with their raunchy, blues fuelled sound. The band has a good collection of songs with anthemic style choruses and sing-along lyrics. The beat was heavy and the guitars were blaring, producing a sound that was very much easy to dance to ...

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Live Review: Ajenda @ Hard Rock Hell

Ajenda – Stage 2 – Friday If you haven’t heard of Ajenda already, then this performance will surely gain them a few fans. The bands front woman Jen had a voice similar to Pink crossed with Joan Jett, giving a complete unique perspective of the Belfast based band. The bluesy numbers were a hit with the crowd as they started ...

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Live Review: The Burning Crows @ Hard Rock Hell

The Burning Crows – Stage 2 – Friday Team RAM had to check out The Burning Crows at Hard Rock Hell last weekend due to the fact they have been generating a lot of interest on their current tour with The Quireboys. Their bluesy, raunchy sound has been widely welcomed by rock fans across the nation and Team RAM can ...

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Live Review: Bonafide @ Hard Rock Hell

Bonafide – Stage 1 – Saturday Travelling all the way from Sweden to grace us with their presence at Hard Rock Hell is Bonafide. There is nothing really to it with these guys; it’s down right dirty, sleazy, infectious hard rock that you simple would have a hard time trying not to like. Their live show at Hard Rock Hell ...

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Live Review: Sebastian Bach @ Hard Rock Hell

Sebastian Bach – Stage 1 – Friday When Team RAM heard that Skid Row legend Sebastian Bach was headlining this years’ Hard Rock Hell festival, we simply couldn’t pass the chance to go watch him. However, we were gravely disappointed with his set which was so highly anticipated. The set started late due to technical difficulties, which amounts to a ...

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Live Review: Sylosis @ Sub89, Reading

So before I get into Sylosis’s homecoming performance in support of their new album Monolith, I feel I need to talk about Chimp Spanner.  By their own description they are “Retro Futuristic Djazz Metal”, which just screams of desperation to be different mixed with pseudo intellectual wordplay… also known as how I write most of my articles and blogs.  Part ...

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