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Crewe Live 2013 - Volume Festival: Mallory Knox + Blitz Kids + Rolo Tomassi + Sound Of Guns + Troops Of Mafeking
'It’s like any other festival but there’s no mud, it happens in proper venues and you get to sleep in your own bed'.
Back after an amazing event in 2012, the fifth annual Volume Festival takes place across ten venues in the Cheshire town over the Bank Holiday Weekend (May 24-27). With bands crammed into virtually every pub, club and bar on the circuit, it’s a great chance to see lots of up-and-coming, local and established acts of all genres.
Don't forget, it’s a crawl – part of the appeal is catching bands you never thought you’d go and see live. Embrace the spirit of the festival, spend your time skipping between venues and find your own highlights.
This is a weekend ticket for shows at The Box which includes sets by Mallory Know, Rolo Tomassi and Sound of Guns. Admission to other participating venues is free.
The rapid success of Mallory Knox’s debut album ‘Signals’ saw them reaching #1 in the iTunes Rock Chart and #35 in the UK Official Album Charts. Their second album ‘Asymmetry’, and latest album release ‘Wired’, have granted them two times consecutively the coveted Top 20 in the UK official Album Charts, alongside all their singles to date having been playlisted on BBC Radio 1.
Their strong live presence has taken them to perform at numerous festivals including Main Stage performances at Reading & Leeds, Download Festival, Radio 1 Big Weekend, Slam Dunk, Warped Tour Rock Am Ring/Rock Im Park and many more across the world.
After nearly 9 years together, Mikey left the band. However, 2018 marked a new chapter for Mallory Knox, who continue with Sam Douglas taking the lead on vocals.
Mallory Knox is: Sam Douglas – Vocals / Bass; Joe Savins – Guitar; Dave Rawling – Drums; James Gillett – Guitar.
Mallory Knox tour dates
Riotous indie rockers from Nantwich and Crewe who take the melodic rock and punk-pop template made successful by the likes of Taking Back Sunday, You Me At Six and My Chemical Romance. Formed in 2009, they found themselves on the underground circuit for a while, but their 2014 album 'The Good Youth' finally saw them cross over to a wider audience, thanks to its catchy hooks, powerful riffs and a skill at writing bigger anthems than ever before.
Blitz Kids tour dates
25 second assaults alternate with 10 minute sick and twisted trilogies, self destruction, carnage, power, and energy. Over the top of it a girl howls and screams her throat to blood and shreds over moving and powerful, yet meaningless lyrics. It's like a shark attack experience, where you'll find your self mentally swimming in the calm melody before you're hurled through a short, sharp blast of speed and aggression, suddenly you can catch your breath in some sort of oxygen pocket until you're finally ripped up again by the bands variety, unpredictability and ingenious self expression.
Rolo Tomassi tour dates
A band from Liverpool doing a distinctly atypically Scouse take on rocknroll. No scallydelic Coralisms here. A melodic undercurrent purrs along amongst the anthemic Killers-like songs, but thrusting guitars are never far away.
Sound Of Guns tour dates