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The Maze, Nottingham
Saturday 15th Jul 2017 7:00pm
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One Hell of a metal lineup for this event! Nottingham lets make it manic ! Lets see all the Rockers and metalheads down to the gig and getting rocked up!
The brain child of Steve Saunders, STD have toured around the UK with their heavy sound, influences range from Nu-Metal to Thrash and Heavy Rock. The band's music is contemporary and modern with amazing riffs, hooks and licks multi layered full of groove that hit you like a freight train.

The Heretic Order are a new modern-sounding classic metal band, based in London, and influenced by Hammer House of Horror movies and 80s metal: Black Sabbath, Mercyful Fate and the like.

Incorporating on-stage theatrics with a powerful combination of searing riffs and blistering solos to enhance their pagan and occult philosophies, they have become an impressive spectacle to watch since their incarnation in 2014, offering a refreshing and exciting edge to a stagnant metal scene.

The Heretic Order have since played at some of the UK’s major metal festivals, including Bloodstock 2016, Hammerfest 2015, and Mammothfest 2016, gathering excellent reviews from the metal press in the process. In addition to countless gigs around the country and some European outings, such as the 2016 Metal Lorca festival, they have supported metal legends Exodus, Diamond Head and Wolf, making a major impact on the UK metal scene.

Death Valley Knights play proper Heavy Metal! - Terrorizer

Its during the blazing solos that every song comes alive! Their magnificently histrionic fretboard shredding is air guitar nirvana... now Shred!! - Kerrang

DVK are so very tight, playing a bruising rendition of traditional metal that appeals to all Judas Priest acolytes - Metal Hammer

DVK appear to combine the power of traditional metal with contemporary sensibilities, blending razor sharp solos with big riffs and even bigger choruses - Zero Tolerance

DEATH VALLEY KNIGHTS have a lot to offer here on their debut E.P. The guitar work is excellent, bolstered by Brill’s skilled, aggressive drumming. The vocals are good, but it’s the songwriting that is the real X-factor here. It’s evident that the band has a good feel for their instruments, and each track is well-written, flowing seamlessly from section to section, with no instruments unduly grabbing attention away from the others. “Nothing Left To Steal” is an entertaining listen from beginning to end, and should be on the radars of all fans of classic-minded Heavy Metal. - Metal Temple

Death Valley Knights are one to watch out for! This is one storming EP full of riffs, attitude, and old school sound! - TBFM review

Since the release of their current EP, 'Take The Fall', (September 2015) newly crowned Northamptonshire Metal 2 The Masses 2016 winners, Black Ink Sun have fast become a recognised and respected name on the metal circuit.

Their latest release marked a critical new chapter in the bands progression with the debut of enigmatic new frontman, Jamie, whose scathing lyrics and desolate depictions completed the potent metal formula and brought a new life into the beast. The EP was met with solid reviews across the board from the blogging community and word spread rapidly about the quality of the live shows. The title track graced the covermount CD of Terrorizer magazine (#269).

Within less than 6 months, Take The Fall saw the band go from relatively unknown local act to a solid headliner that could be depended on to deliver the goods live and please a crowd.

Formed in 2014 by Bassist - Stoff and guitarist Richie one fabled meeting, recruiting the young Jimmy on drums, after a brief year of writing and gigging locally Witch Tripper solidified their sound and headed to Bloodstock 2015 to headline the Jaegermeister Stage after coming 2nd in the Midlands Metal 2 The Masses Competition.

2016 saw them record and release their debut album and go on to Win the Midlands M2TM competition, opening up the Festival to a huge crowd on the Newblood Stage, showing people Rock and Roll is not dead!

2017 is the Year of the Witch, With over 60 gigs booked so far with appearances at HRH Stoner V Doom, Uprising the Night Before, Lostock Festival, Amplified Festival and many more!
Amnesia rose to prominence on the back of their one and only album release entitled Unknown Entity in 1991. They were an integral part of the British Thrash Metal scene performing with the likes of Sabbat, Xentrix, Toranaga, Slammer, Terrorvision and Metal Church to name a few. Forming in 1986, as a group of Sheffield school friends studying at Stocksbridge High School, they honed their craft resulting in the aforementioned recording which heralded them as potential saviours of British Thrash. The group though disbanded in 1993 after a number of line-up changes.
Founder members and guitarists, Simon Fairhurst and Clive Heeley have teamed up again with vocalist Simon Rose, and to complete their line-up Amnesia have recruited the services of drummer James Moore and bassist Deep Mazumdar.

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257 Mansfield Road

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