If you don’t believe me, I challenge you to see it yourself and, yes, I have the details – at least for Dumbjaw. They will be playing The MacBeth (N1 6LP) together with three other acts on the 1st of October (Doors at 8pm). To see The Dash live, I’m afraid but you will have to follow their Facebook or Twitter (@wearethedash) to keep up-to-date. I know you want it.
The band is clearly on a mission to preserve the sanctity of classic rock to its purest form by using elements of rock, prog, and blues. Hopefully they extend their tour longer than the month of August, so more fans can hear and enjoy their lush legacy.
‘Runnin’ Wild’ draws everything to a close a great set from an excellent live band. Comparisons are often drawn between them and AC\DC but it’s obvious to most people that AC\DC can’t go on for many more years and Airbourne are well within their rights to pick up the torch and carry the flame for years to come on the strength of performances like this one.
No doubt however regarding the technical abilities of the Amon musicians…Cant love it all I guess-that’s what makes us individuals…I did enjoy some of the finer technical and crafted melodies in some of the bands songs. Guess there is a glimmer of hope for me then-and I would never say never to venturing along to give Amon Amarth a second chance.
Another fantastic Bloodstock festival comes to an end, and already speculation about next year’s installment is being debated
Ace Frehley, Space Invader – Blasting Off at NYC Listening Party!
Twelve months ago, on the Saturday night of the Bloodstock Open Air Festival 2013, the promoters promised the audience a special announcement. Moments before Lamb of God played their headlining set, the news that Emperor would perform at the 2014 festival was delivered to the excited fans via a short video presentation on the big screens
It’s August, and we’re in Catton Park in Derbyshire: It must be time for another Bloodstock Open Air Festival
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.