Tag Archives: O2 Academy

Stone Broken

Stone Broken’s Home Tour supported by Those Damn Crows and Dead Man’s Whiskey

With barely time to recharge camera batteries since the last gig at the O2 Islington, we found ourselves back in the venue for yet another impressive line-up of a completely different style to our last technical death metal adventure. Much like the last, it was set to be a packed out, entertaining show of the highest calibre and the pressure ...

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Live: Electric Six, O2 Academy, Birmingham

When Blank Parody come on stage, we don’t know what to expect. Some members are looking relaxed in their jeans and tees but their frontman is dressed to impress in a sharp blazer. They belt out loud and proud alternative rock, providing a decent spectacle to the crowd. They don’t let those ‘opening band blues’ hold them back one bit, ...

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Handmade festival 2016 announced final additions

Handmade Festival 2016 set to take place at the end of April in Leicester has made the announcement of the final acts to join the 3 day weekend from April 29th to May 1st. The final announcement brings a further 16 acts to the festival including Kagoule, Crows, Speaking in Italics, Vitamin, Get Inuit, Waking Aida, The Reckless Youth, Lacura, ...

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Live review: Megadeth / Lamb of God co-headline tour, O2 academy, Birmingham

Sunday November 15th saw a few awesome things come my way, my birthday, free beer, and a night out at a small gig with a few small bands like Megadeth, Lamb of God, Children of Bodom and Sylosis! The sold out gig itself was held at the O2 academy, Birmingham, and was the final of a 5 date UK/Ireland co-headline ...

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Scott Ian of Anthrax SPEAKING WORDS TEASER 1

Scott will be putting on a lighter, more humorous performance on his ‘Speaking Words’ tour this May. The tour is said to include some of his many Rock and Roll tales, and will give fans a chance to ask him questions. Does he like marmite? Who knows? On this tour you can find out! UK Tour Fri 24 May                       Oxford ...

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