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The Dead Daisies and The Amorettes – The Picturedrome, Holmfirth, 27th July 2018

Tonight I headed out to The Picturedrome in Holmfirth as The Dead Daisies brought their Summer Tour 2018 to Yorkshire. The Dead Daisies aren’t actually a group, as such, but a collective of musicians assembled, only five years ago, by David Lowy and Jon Stevens. The Antipodean Simon Cowell and Simon Fuller? As …

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The Heroin Diaries Turns 10!

The Heroin Diaries Turns 10!   Nikki Sixx And Sixx:A.M. Announce Updated 2017 Anniversary Editions Of New York Times Bestselling Memoir And Soundtrack Album Pledge Campaign + Pre-Order NOW! The Heroin Diaries: Ten Year Anniversary Edition by Nikki Sixx Featuring Exclusive New Chapters, New Cover & Never-Before-Seen Photos Out October …

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Motley Crue – The End – Live in Los Angeles

On 31st December 2015, Motley Crue brought their existence as a touring band to an end, having signed a legally binding declaration that they would stop touring as Motley Crue.  The final show took place at the Staples centre in their hometown of Los Angeles and saw fans travelling from …

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Mötley Crüe “The End – Live In Los Angeles” DVD

On 4 November 2016, Eagle Rock Entertainment will release “The End – Live In Los Angeles” by Mötley Crüe on DVD, Blu-ray, DVD+2CD, DVD + 2LP, Deluxe Edition and Digital Video [Cat Nos. EREDV1254, ERBRD5303, EAGDV069, ERDVLP097, EREDV1261 and EVD1365 respectively].  This show captures the madness and the majesty of …

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Mötley Crüe: The End – online pay per view

Beginning July 16, music fans can experience the final performance from iconic rock band Mötley Crüe during a month-long online run of “Mötley Crüe: The End.” The once-in-a-lifetime event – held at the sold-out Staples Center in Los Angeles on New Year’s Eve 2015. Fans around the world will be …

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James Michael of Sixx:AM to feature in a new ‘making of’ called ‘Fly On The Wall with James Michael’

March 1st, 2016 — Rock luminaries, Dj Ashba (Guitar), James Michael (Lead Vocals) and Nikki Sixx (Bass), collectively known as SIXX:A.M, today have unleashed the first single, “Rise,” from the first volume of their upcoming double album, Prayers For The Damned, which drops April 29 via Eleven Seven Music. Fans …

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Download 2015: Day 3, 14/06/15

The final day of Download, and it’s sunny, rejoice! Well, it isn’t for long, but the optimism of a better day of weather than before really pulls people through. What is in store given the barnstorming set that Muse put on the previous night is anyone’s guess, but let’s find …

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Download 2015: The Preview

Is it that time of year again already? Apparently so. Download Festivals opens its gates once more on Wednesday 10th June and PlanetMosh are once again in attendance to review, ramble at bands and generally have a bloody good time. By now, most of you will know who you’re going …

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Download Festival announce day splits!

As if it wasn’t tasty enough already, Download Festival have now announced the day splits for the current crop of bands taking to the stage this year in June – have a look below and start planning your weekend of mayhem and carnage! Tickets for the event are still on sale …

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Download Festival adds 23 bands to bill!

The first Download announcement of 2015 is upon us – and what a stellar bill it’s turning out to be! Andrew WK, In Flames, Testament, We Are Harlot and L7 lead the latest addition to the bill which also includes Black Star Riders, Thunder,  former KISS guitarist Ace Frehley and the recently reformed The Ghost …

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KISS confirmed as third Download 2015 headliner

KISS have finally been officially confirmed as the final headliner for Download 2015. After the rumours and leaked posters from bassist Gene Simmons, the ‘hottest band in the world’ have finally taken their place on the bill as Sunday night headliners alongside Slipknot and Muse. It’s the band’s first UK festival …

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Sixx:A.M. – Modern Vintage

Sixx:A.M. - Modern Vintage

Following on from 2011’s ‘This is Gonna Hurt’, Sixx:A.M. have returned with their third full length album; Modern Vintage which is out now. From the very first track ‘Stars’ the listener is under no illusion that this is a record full of big sounding choruses and catchy hooks. James Michael’s …

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The Treatment, Buffalo Summer & Massive – The Underworld, London – 16/10/14

Grass roots is where it starts with hard slogging, vans breaking down, sleeping in the van, getting sick of Subway or living off Pot Noodles; the hotels and catering of the arenas are the thing of dreams. Tonight’s headliners The Treatment have had a taste of that dream touring with …

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The Defiled + Glamour Of The Kill – Mandela Hall, Belfast – Friday September 13, 2013

All ages gigs, when you get to a certain ‘vintage’, can be weird affairs at best and uncomfortable ones at worst.  It’s OK if you’ve got your own sprog to keep an eye on, but when you’re there on your ownsome merely to observe the proceedings on stage, it can …

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Lordi – Limelight 1, Belfast – Saturday May 4, 2013

It may be seven years since Lordi firmly put their particular brand of comic book metal well and truly on the international map with their sensational, tongue-in-cheek win at the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest, but the fascination with the band nevertheless endures, with the memory of that night in Athens …

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Rough Cut – Rollin’ Thunder EP

Back in the early to mid-1980s, a band called Rough Cutt had everything that it could possibly to take to become the then “next big thing” – big hair, big tunes, a big record deal (with Warner Brothers) and big management (in the shape of one Wendy Dio).  However, despite …

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Suicide Bombers – Criminal Record

Being a rock DJ can be an extremely hazardous job – nearly as dangerous as trying to survive as a music journalist.  Please believe when I say this:  on and off, I’ve been spinning heavy rock and metal discs and writing shit about said same nonsense for more than two …

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Knock Out Kaine – ‘House Of Sins’

The UK doesn’t really have a reputation for producing great sleaze rock bands – well, certainly, not ones who could challenge the supremacy of the likes of the Crüe, LA Guns, GNR or Cinderella in their prime. The likes of The Quireboys, Wildhearts and Dogs D’Amour always have been more …

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Dokken – ‘Broken Bones’

I have to admit it – I’m a child of the Eighties. I mean that in that is when I got into metal: it was the formative years of that historic decade in rock history that, as a lanky-haired rebellious private school-attending teenager that I first discovered bands such as …

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