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Day Of The Dred: Skindred + Heart Of A Coward + Marmozets + The JCQ + Max Raptor + Idiom + Rat Attack + Woahnows + Outpatients
A powerful mixture of ragga, punk and metal, Skindred have to be heard to be believed. With bits of dancehall, drum'n'bass and jungle thrown in for good measure, Skindred have a truly original sound; 'For Skindred, its all about the music, education, entertainment and 100% vibes.' (Benji – Skindred)
Skindred tour dates
UK heavyweight groove metal quintet. Now with a different lineup, welcoming ex-Sylosis front man Jamie Graham as the new vocalist.
Heart Of A Coward tour dates
A young five piece alt-rock band from West Yorkshire.
Kerrang! Magazine 4/5 - 'The most exciting young band in Britain. A breathless, bold and brilliant effort from a band with a seemingly bottomless reserve of ideas'
Rock Sound 9/10 - 'One of the most exciting new sounds to come out of the UK'
Front Magazine 5/5 - 'Standing head and shoulders at the top of the math-core game'
PUNKTASTIC.com 4.5/5 - 'Vexed sees the band crank the math rock elements of their sound way beyond its predecessor, and it's another indicator of just how far they're able to push boundaries'
Ourzone Magazine 9/10 - 'Incalculably more intense. The musicianship has surpassed expectations of what was next for the Bradford five piece.'
Marmozets tour dates
A five piece band from Eastbourne.
"Bringing together the soulful punk rock of The Bronx, the kinetic spark of defunct cult heroes The Blood Brothers and the trend-bucking post-everything hardcore of Refused, they’re an outfit whose lifeblood seems to be pumping at an accelerated rate... What hasn’t killed them has made them awesome."
BBC website - Nov 2011
The JCQ tour dates
The anthemic candour of Midlands four-piece Max Raptor fuses classic British punk attitude with an astute sensibility to a ballsy riff, forthright narrative and infectious hook-fuelled chant.
Max Raptor tour dates
A four piece metal band from Exeter whose mission is to bring down the house! With an attitude reminiscent of such greats as Rage Against The Machine, Pantera and Incubus, IDIOM’s superb live performances and ability to turn the most placid of audiences into a rabid mosh is every metal head’s dream.
After releasing the awesome "We Can't All Be Super Heroes" at the end of 2010, where they opened for the mighty Devildriver and 36 Crazyfists, the band have pushed on and after taking time to write and perfect their debut. They've since played Hammerfest, Hard Rock Hell in Ibiza and played a couple of shows with their heroes, Soulfly.
Idiom tour dates
Angry nihilistic punk. Rat Attack seek the spirit of band such as Gallows and The Bronx to create a sound incorporating contrasting melody and rhythm to create instantly recognisable aggressive rock'n'roll swagger.
Rat Attack tour dates
Plymouth anarcho indie punkers! As far as short, sharp bursts of concentrated, visceral fun go, you don’t need to look much further than this band. Their raucous blend of Latterman meets Cloud Nothings and Tubelord is riddled with infectious Dananananaykroyd-esque guitar work and gang vocals that are packed full of hooks and earworms.
Woahnows tour dates