We wrote a whole album two years ago and we scrapped the lot, everything – because we listened back to it and we thought, this isn’t us
Running up and down the strip really does deliver a buzz and whilst a lot of people may pick a venue and stick there, trawling through the bands in advance of the festival, finding some undiscovered wonder and tracking them down on the day to witness a memorable performance is what the festival is really about.
Camden Rocks 2019 was another massive success and I cannot wait until next year. With something for everyone on offer, you never leave feeling disappointed, and always wanting for more.
Temple of One, Collateral, and Daxx & Roxane gave everyone at the Borderline an incredible night out. We strongly recommend seeking all these fabulous bands out, and seeing them live as soon as you can!
It is of course impossible to see so many bands across the two days so, like the iconic moment in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, now is the time to ‘choose wisely!’
Collateral have thrown down the hard rock gauntlet with the reveal of their first single, ‘Lullaby’ from their upcoming self-titled debut album, slated for a September release. A follow-up to to the band’s previous single ‘Midnight Queen’, Collateral have proven that once again they have that special something that is destined to propel them to […]
In August 2017, WDFD Records released a free compilation CD at Stonedeaf Festival featuring 14 tracks from 7 rising rock bands. It received generous praise, so much so that KOL Promotions came up with the idea of a showcase event. The Station in Cannock are excited to be involved and being a central venue with […]
The future is definitely bright for this band. The groundswell for them and the music is noticeable and will hopefully continue allowing them to get the album out to great critical and commercial success.
Collateral are thrilled to announce their first show at Camden’s Black Heart in London on Thursday 7th February 2019. The concert will see the band showcase their incredible talent. Tickets are on sale 10am
The tall swaggering lead singer has the voice of Jon Bon Jovi circa 1987, the moves of a younger Brett Michaels and does a neat turn with an acoustic guitar