I personally think that there’s a Wildhearts size hole in the world of music right now. There’s a lot of bands I used to love that aren’t there anymore.
No one really wants to get back at the drugs again. And the music’s become more as important as I liked it to have been back in the day. But it kind of wasn’t because of our age and you can’t do stupid things at some point in your life so you better do it when you’re young.
It’s a life achievement. It is a religion of vision. What else can we say? A piece of art, it’s a seventh wonder of the world.
GIO (Giovanni Spano) is pleased to announce a 6 date UK headline tour this May. Fresh from a sold-out Islington Academy show this January, (our review of that night is below:) Gio will be taking his band deVience on the road to perform songs from his X factor performances including ‘Saturdays night alright for fighting’ […]
Following on from the release of their new album ‘Pills’ in June 2018, Big Boy Bloater And The LiMiTs hit the road this week for UK tour.
Entering their 34th year as an entity, Canadian Thrash Metal titans Aggression are starting the year off by announcing a series of Canadian and US shows this April.
With their first new album in 10 Years set for release very shortly, The Wildhearts have announced an 8 date UK tour in support of the occasion.
Colonel Saunders, because I would like to know what is in his secret blend… Danny on who to invite to a dinner party !
I look at life as we only have 25,000-26,000 days on this planet, [laughing] that’s the number I’ve heard. I figure to use as many of those days as I can, not just making music and seeing the world but to make people happy.
Watching them now, they’re pretty cheesy and at times hilarious but back then as a kid they did shit me up a considerable amount!