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Sat 1st Jun at midday
Camden Rocks Festival 2013
@ Various Venues, London
Featuring: Rise To Remain, Fearless Vampire Killers, LostAlone, Evarose, Straight Lines, Cytota, D.E.A.D, The Dash, Purson, Black Delta Movement, Cage The Gods, Itamar, The Social Club, Gem & The Deadheads, Anavae, O'Casan, The Manic Shine, Claytown Troupe, Bleech, New Device
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Camden Rocks Festival 2013: Rise To Remain + Fearless Vampire Killers + LostAlone + Evarose + Straight Lines + Cytota + D.E.A.D + The Dash + Purson + Black Delta Movement + Cage The Gods + Itamar + The Social Club + Gem & The Deadheads + Anavae + O'Casan + The Manic Shine + Claytown Troupe + Bleech + New Device
The Camden Rocks Festival is a fantastic one day event which features over 100 great bands playing in 12 venues in Camden including Barfly, Hawley Arms and Lock Tavern.
Up-and-coming London-based metal band and Kerrang! favourites. The band are already award-winners, having won 'Best British Newcomer' at the 2010 Kerrang! Awards and the Metal Hammer Golden God Award, for 'Best New Band', an award that was voted for by over 400,000 people across the globe.
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This powerful Suffolk five-piece blends 'goth theatrics with anthemic melodies and curious rock twists'. A neo-classical, goth tinted, pop/punk/metal band that doesn't fall short of conviction and vicious bite.
Fearless Vampire Killers tour dates
You want attitude? Here ya go then - a slice of brattish brit-punk, complete with crashing guitars vying for the limelight and a melody climbing into your brain to declare war on the establishment. Have some!
LostAlone tour dates
This Oxfordsire female rock four-piece made instant fans through their comical video for debut single 'We Can Pretend Anyway,' which reached over 120,000 views online and was playlisted by Kerrang! TV. Meanwhile their 'Elements' EP went on to reach no.3 on the iTunes Rock chart. If you're a fan of Taking Back Sunday or Paramore, then wake up and smell the Evarose!
Evarose tour dates
Straight Lines was initially conceived by lead vocalist and guitarist Tom Jenkins and drummer Dane Campbell after the demise of their previous band. Despite the band’s short existence, Straight Lines ability to pen infectious rhythmic anthems has not gone unnoticed and they have already secured forthcoming support slots with Kids In Glass Houses, Young Guns, Attack! Attack!, The Automatic and Motorhead!
Straight Lines tour dates
Ambitious in scope and exciting in execution, The Dash are a young, new melodic pop rock band who combine a lush sense of tune, with the room filling presence of Deep Purple and the reckless energy of The Sex Pistols.
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Hailing from Kingston-upon-Hull ‘The Black Delta Movement’ with their unique style of garage rock’n’roll psychedelia are quickly establishing themselves as being one of the best new alternative bands in the UK.
The band line-up is Matty Burr on Guitar/Vox, Dominic Abbott on Guitar, Liam Kerman on Bass and Jacob Tillison on Drums.
Since forming in July 2010, the band has released the EP's ‘God in Exile’, ‘Peach Flavoured Hand Grenade’, ‘Lavender House’ and ‘Ghost Dance’. They’ve also released two singles ‘The Messenger/Femme Fatale’ and ‘The Trip’, a cover of Kim Fowley's 1965 garage classic.
Over the past couple of years ‘The Black Delta Movement’ have been producing some blistering live performances and have supported some great bands such as ‘The Jesus and Mary Chain (Psychocandy Tour)’, ‘Toy’, ‘Temples’, ‘Kaiser Chiefs’, ‘Drenge’ and ‘The View’. Needless to say ‘The Black Delta Movement’ has built up a solid reputation as an outstanding live act.
‘The Black Delta Movement’ has discovered a riveting style of rock and roll that’s full of life and energy. Their material is heavy, exciting and very melodic. Their raw, biting sound makes for a gripping listen and without doubt a band to follow.
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Cage The Gods are a brand new rock n' roll band from the UK. Debut album due out in 2013.
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Israeli raw sleaze rock. Black clad alt rocknroll with wigout guitar. Smashing Pumpkins influences appear with Depeche Mode in the vocals.
Itamar tour dates
Are you in need of exciting entertainment of the musical variety? Would you consider yourself a fan of a rock ‘n’roll guitar, a masterfully tinkled keyboard or a full-throated chorus in the style of Weezer, The Hold Steady or The Get Up Kids? More importantly, do you enjoy drinking, dancing and the finest in conversation?
Then join four piece band, The Social Club, the new home of sophistication and fun, where all are welcome!
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Think of a cool Tarantino soundtrack featuring the surf rock twang of a Dick Dale guitar, add the engaging stage presence of a young Debbie Harry, throw in some grunge and a modern rock twist and you're getting close to describing the sound these guys bring. Gem has a versatile, captivating vocal easily transitioning from delicate sensitivity in the verses to a fully charged rock offering in the choruses.
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Ocasan are contemporary pop/rock at its very finest. With a sound that can only be defined as raw yet polished, rugged yet poised, intellectual yet beautifully simplistic. This British outfit packs a water tight power pop punch. High voltage, high energy fun.
O'Casan tour dates
London alternative hard-rock quartet The Manic Shine are a multicultural mixing pot of flavours and sounds. Their own unique blend of alt-rock, classic rock and metal pulls influence from titans of modern rock as varied as Rage Against The Machine, Soundgarden, Led Zeppelin, ACDC, Hendrix and A Perfect Circle. Whether it's melodic crooning, racing thrash, screaming solos or a wall of unstoppable riffs bursting from a stack of red-hot Marshall amps, The Manic Shine’s music reads and sounds like a turbulent who’s who of the great and the good of the rock world built around a core of top class song writing that any of their contemporaries would be proud of.
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Girl fronted Pixie-esque rock, formerly known as Slummin Angels.
The East Londoners have been very busy since bursting onto the scene, having played in New York as the faces of Kangol's AW11 campaign, toured with Wolfmother and The Joy Formidable, and supported The CHarlatans, The Kooks, Nine Below Zero and The Rifles among others.
They were the first resident band at Club NME at KOKO and count Lauren Laverne, Steve Lamacq and Billy Lunn as fans.
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New Device are a hard rock band from South East England. Influenced by the stadium rock giants of the late 80s and early 90s such as Guns N' Roses and Aerosmith, New Device manage to achieve a sound where so many others fail; authentic, solid, blues based hard rock, written by real rock fans.
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