Punk icons Killing Joke arrive in Leeds to conquer the O2 Academy. Check out our photo gallery and review of the show here.
Bloodstock have confirmed Killing Joke and Cattle Decapitation amongst the latest round of additions to their 2022 weekender.
Here’s the latest round-up of all the festival and gig news from across the UK as live events look to return in the near future.
If you’ve never witnessed a Tool show, this review of their November 11th show at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena with Killing Joke won’t really do it justice, but Darren Eagles does about as best as you could in his review and photos of the band’s astounding performance.
“I’ve come to realize that the greatest composers of the last century were the rock musicians, not the classical…
We connected with Killing Joke singer and keyboardist Jaz Coleman, and spoke about the new album Magna Invocatio (Spinefarm Records), working with the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, Paul Raven, and forty years of the band.
Death Valley High the budding alternative goth rock band, have revealed “Psalm Bitch”, a third new single from their upcoming album, CVLT [AS FVK].
Since forming in 2009, Leeds-based Eagulls have become synonymous with a discontented, disillusioned kind of anger, molded into bullets of post punk that’s rife with urgency and aggression. Brought together by drummer Henry Ruddell and guitarist Mark “Goldy” Goldsworthy, they were later joined by friends Liam Matthews on guitar and Tom Kelly on bass. After struggling to find a singer that fitted with their vision for the band, they roped in George Mitchell to be their frontman without ever having heard him sing before.