A PLACE FOR ALL THAT BRUTAL, UGLY, DESPERATE AND VICIOUS ROCK'N'ROLL

Falling Red + Fahran + Fragile Things + The Brinks

WHEN
18th Nov 2017
DOORS
7:00pm

FALLING RED:

Cumbria based hard rockers well known for their hi octane live shows. Brand new album due out in October 2017 to follow up their pledge smashing previous album ‘Empire of the Damned’. FR have appeared as support to Steel Panther, Sebastian Bach, The Quireboys, Anvil, the Last Vegas, Heavens Basement and more.

FAHRAN:

Nottingham based rock/metal band. Appeared at Download, HRH, Bloodstock and aired on Scuzz TV, Kerrang, Planet Rock and many more. High energy live shows and a new album on the way late 2017.

FRAGILE THINGS:

Featuring former members of Heaven’s Basement and Endless Mile, Fragile Things are at the forefront of a new generation of rock. Combining massive riffs, huge grooves, soaring vocals and a live show bursting with energy, Fragile Things are on a mission to bring British rock back back to the top.

THE BRINKS:

Manchester band The Brinks are fast becoming a must see for music fans far and wide. They have taken the local scene by storm over the past year with their infectious style and jaw dropping live performances. The duel guitar synchronicity of Phil Wood and Bailey Wood drive the band with purpose and energy. With the thunderous rhythm section of Kieron Duncan drums and Jeff Wood bass taking the audience on a wild journey through highs and lows. the sound is instantly memorable and unashamedly dirty. Neil Bardsley on vocals completes the sound with his no holds barred style and powerful melodies. The Brinks take influence from blues rock bands across the decades, forging their own enigmatic style to thrill and excite their audience along the way.

https://www.facebook.com/TheBrinksRockNRollBand/

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Over 18's

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General Admission
£7.70 INCLUDING BOOKING FEE