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Bloodstock Festival reveal 8 new bands.

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See: Mastodon reveal new video for Steambreather, plus EP news and UK tour dates

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It opened in 1995 and was originally planned as part of a bid to land the 2000 Olympic Games. With a maximum capacity of 21,000 spectators it is the largest indoor arena in the country, and in Europe, and for several years in the noughties it was the busiest in the world by ticket sales, …

A new live music venue will open in Birkenhead this autumn called Future Yard. The venue will follow guidelines in order to launch with ‘Near Normal’ – a series of socially-distanced and digitally streamed shows. Dates for gigs are already in place, starting with a limited capacity show from She Drew The Gun in September …

Hartlepool Live I what seems a wonderful trend and a great way to bring a little money into their town councils are jumping onto the day festival and showcasing the local talent. Its a great day for fans and bands a like. For a low fee fans get to see great bands they love and …

It’s a messy night at Sheffield’s Plug venue, being a Saturday post football affair. The place is packed with slightly rowdy lads and slightly more demure lasses looking for a good time. Headlining is The View’s Kyle Falconer and although this reviewer didn’t stay for that part of the evening, it seemed as if he …

With just 6 months to go Bloodstock has added more to the excellent line-up:- First up is Swedish metal crew AMARANTHE (www.facebook.com/AmarantheBan d) to the Ronnie James Dio main stage on Sunday. Featuring three vocalists, the band are a unique mix of death and power metal. Their popular video for single ‘Maximize’, at https://youtu.be/nfk7YZJtmeo Landing …

The 29th of January marked the start of Independent Venue Week, a “celebration of small music venues around the UK and a nod to the people that own, run and work in them, week in, week out”. Friday’s gig really encompassed what this event is about for me – a sold out, hugely receptive audience …

After releasing their opus “Emperor Of Sand” album in March 2017 to great critical acclaim the album entered the Billboard sales charts at #1. The band, over their 8 studio albums, are going from strength to strength. Mastodon are now providing us with a plethora of material for their fans with some new music, a …

Following the highly successful Fuzz Club Festival last November, we are back at the London Fields Brewery for ‘Under the Arches’ – a new monthly event which brings together record labels to showcase the best from the global psych and underground rock and roll scene. Housed within two brickwork arches, the Light Arch plays host …