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Redemption Festival 2016

Redemption Festival 2016   Target 86 Management & Promotions proudly presents the 2nd annual Redemption Festival held at Warehouse 23 in Wakefield.  The venue is 1000 capacity, equipped with a 30k sound system, over £40,000 of stage lighting plus excellent facilities for artists and the general public. After the success …

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The Burning Crows “Murder at the Gin House”

The Burning Crows released their first album “Behind the Veil” back in 2013, and immediately set itself up as one of my albums of the year, now two years later, the boys are back with album number two “Murder at the Gin House”, can they repeat the success that “Behind …

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Wildfire Festival – Wiston Lodge, Wiston, Scotland. Friday 26/06/2015

Wildfire Festival, previously known as Les-Fest in recent years returned in 2015 with an extra stage with over fifty bands spread out over three days, thus making the event in Wiston the place to be! The brain child of Dave Ritchie, his towering presence could be seen throughout the weekend …

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The Burning Crows Release New Video For ‘Shine

Hotly tipped UK rock n’ rollers, The Burning Crows, showcase an infectious mix of good time rock n’ roll, with an attitude, style & swagger that lands Britrock firmly back in the contemporary mainstream which has earned them the reputation of being one of the very best live bands on …

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The Burning Crows – New Album and 100% PledgeMusic Campaign

Hotly tipped UK rock n’ rollers, The Burning Crows, showcase an infectious mix of good time rock n’ roll, with an attitude, style & swagger that lands Britrock firmly back in the contemporary mainstream which has earned them the reputation of being one of the very best live bands on …

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Molten Metal Gods Calendar 2015

There will be no one reading this page who does not know about the Sophie Lancaster Foundation and all the good work it does to help stamp our prejudice and hatred.  There will be few of you also that have not already bought a t-shirt or wrist band in support …

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The Burning Crows interview at Les Fest 3 – 29 June 2014

On the fourth night of their From Behind The Veil UK tour, The Burning Crows arrived to rock Les Fest.  Not long  after they arrived I caught up with them to chat about their upcoming second album, how they would describe each other (be warned) and being calendar stars. Their …

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BLEED FROM WITHIN play Exclusive Scottish Headline date for Les-Fest 3 in 2014

Fast rising metal stars Bleed From Within have today been confirmed to headline Friday night at Les-Fest 3 in 2014. Having recently concluded the highly successful Defenders of the Faith Tour with Carcass, Amon Amarth and Hell and now ready to hit the road in 2014 with DevilDriver, once again …

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The Burning Crows – Behind the veil

The Burning Crows released their debut EP “Never had it so good” last year which went down well with fans and critics – Planetmosh reviewer Mark Ashby gave it a 9/10.  Now, after a Pledgemusic campaign to raise the funds, the band are back with their debut album – Behind …

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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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Interview with Whippz of The Burning Crows

With their self-released debut EP, ‘Never Had It So Good’, receiving great acclaim – we at PM awarded it 9/10 – and a ten-date UK and Ireland tour looming, we catch up with Whippz, frontman with The Burning Crows, to find out a bit more about the band, their close …

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The Burning Crows – ‘Never Had It So Good’

The Burning Crows plough a rich vein of good-time, old-fashioned sleazy, snarling rock ‘n’f’n’ roll that traces its roots back to the likes of Mott The Hoople, Slade and Bad Company and, more especially, latterday reprobates such as Dogs d’Amour, The Quireboys and The Wildhearts. Indeed, mention of the quintessential …

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