These guys are definitely on their way to achieving greater successes in the coming years, their most distinguishing asset being a sound that is uniquely identifiable
One of the best things about the festival season is the opportunity to see some of the bands scheduled to appear playing intimate club dates as a warm up before the main event. Tonight is no exception and the 350 capacity 100 Club on London’s busy Oxford street has been sold out for weeks in anticipation of San Franciscan Pop Rock stars Train playing in our fair capital city.
On the strength of the show tonight, Damn Dice’s debut album will certainly be worth checking out. The band has all of the moves, the wailing guitars, heavy rhythm section and solid vocals that combine with leather and hairspray to deliver the complete package to the enthusiastic crowd.
Celebrating 30 years and wishing to cover that period in a 90 minute set is never going to be easy and please everyone but JSS is determined to try
Camden Town has long been the hub of the UK’s rock ‘n’ roll scene. If a young band is starting out in the British music business, odds are it has or shortly will play one of the myriad of venues on the strip between Chalk Farm and Mornington Crescent Underground Stations
Powerwolf, Ashes of Ares and Battle Beast Live at The Underworld Camden, London UK, September 27, 2013