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A night of top tier hard rock bands including The King Lot, GutterGodz, Deadfire & Estrella allied with the exceptional skills of some of Scotlands best burlesque dancers. For any lovers of rock, burlesque or both or were inquisitive to check out a show of either type then this was made for you. Advance tickets will be £5 (£7 on the night) and this show will sell out based on the popularity of the last one. Ticket details will be announced shortly.
Millsyeck Album Launch
Sounds Like: Backyard Babies, Buckcherry, Hanoi Rocks, Guns N' Roses, The Wildhearts
Label: Fat Hippy Records, Fat Hippy Records
Bio: Starting off in 2008 as The Hungry Mongrels cover band, these guys knew that something good had happened. Playing gigs non stop in and around Aberdeen was how they molded their playing style and welded themselves together as a band. They went through a few lineup changes but have stuck to the pow...See Full Bio
GutterGodz has a show on 2015-03-22 at 18:00 @ Bandwagon Network Radio in Ash Grove, MO, US http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5or9zk #concert
“Headliners GutterGodz seemed every bit as dangerous as they looked. Guns N’ Roses is indeed a correct assertion. An aspersion, however, would perhaps be to liken their frontman/guitarist to Paul Stanley of Kiss. Fantastic if slightly feminine range, though. Girls love vulnerability, and guys like me love it more. Kiss ROCK! To get to the heart of it, though, one song in particular was, like all their songs, audacious; yet relied upon dynamics such as drum, bass and sparse guitar. This is a formula not exploited enough by bands of any stature; though I’m sure they’d do it to death if they stumbled upon it as some new, fandangled way of making shit loads of money. Thankfully, this GutterGodz didn’t do. Summing them up would be to say their song, ‘Blood’, I believe, is like listening to card-carrying members of the Bloods (red Gibsons, Converses and, of course, bandanas); with a love for Puerto Rican girls, switch-blade knives and revving up to ‘Wild Child’ by W.A”