First on the bill for the night were heavy rock band Influens. It often seems that being the first support of the night can hinder a performance and sadly, Influens fell victim to this. While it was clear they were on time and played their tracks well musically, their stage presence lacked. Continue reading “GIG REVIEW – HOSTILE – WOLVERHAMPTON 21/10/17”
Neck Deep have officially released a statement after their show was cancelled in Nottingham Rock City yesterday evening [9th October]. A few songs into their set, the gig ultimately had to be canceled after fights broke out between security, fans and the band. You can read the official statement below. Continue reading “NECK DEEP HAVE RELEASED A STATEMENT AFTER THEIR CANCELLED NOTTINGHAM SHOW”
The Gospel Youth and Milestones, two of Britain’s upcoming pop-punk bands are taking over the UK with their co-headline tour this September!
This comes just after The Gospel Youth’s first run of Warped tour and their album release of ‘Always Lose’. To top this, it seems Milestones are ready to make some new music as they signal this as ‘The end of Equal Measures’, their debut EP. Check out the dates below!
Performing at the Slade rooms on the 1st July we see 4 bands supporting headliners Our World Below?.
First on the bill are local Birmingham band Enemy Of Atlas. Coming across as your young teenage rock band it’s hard to tell if the band needs work or just the equipment. At first it was incredibly hard to hear the vocals and there was pretty bad reverb meaning it was nearly impossible to hear what was said between tracks. However, Continue reading “GIG REVIEW – OUR WORLD BELOW? – WOLVERHAMPTON 1/7/17”
With fans queuing even before 3pm, the rush to get to the front when doors opened was huge.With a large crowd slowly increasing, first support band, Waterparks, took to the stage playing their first song ‘Made In America’ (Ironic as they’re in the UK) to a crowd of near 3000 fans. Despite being the first band on the list, Continue reading “GIG REVIEW – ALL TIME LOW, WATERPARKS AND SWMRS – BIRMINGHAM 16/3/17”
Go down into the depths of Birmingham on a Sunday night and outside the Asylum you’ll find a queue of fans all waiting to see Aussie pop-punk band With Confidence. For an early starting show (6pm) British band Milestones sure know how start off such an early show. Despite the lack of people because of slow ticket checks, Milestones still got the crowd moving with fan favourite ‘Call Me Disaster’ and slower songs ‘Shot In The Dark’. With people jumping and waving phone lights all around the venue, there is no denying the atmosphere was set from the word go. Continue reading “GIG REVIEW – WITH CONFIDENCE, BROADSIDE, SAFE TO SAY AND MILESTONES – BIRMINGHAM 5/03/17”