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A three-piece that has seen more stress than most bands since their Californian beginnings in 1996. After attracting the attention of Rancid frontman Tim Armstrong, they recorded an album on Hellcat Records. The years that followed proved to be quite dramatic with the line-up changes and drummer Fred Hell being shot four times (he survived). The band’s sound is a unique blend of punk and midcentury rock-n-roll, emphasizing songwriting and melody.
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Grave Pleasures, formerly known as Beastmilk, were born of a Nuclear winter in Helsinki, Finland. These void-mothers kick out an irradiated dust of what they appropriately dub 'apocalyptic post-punk'.
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The Rescue Rooms
- Masonic Place, Goldsmith Street
- NG1 5GG