Sounds Like: Asking Alexandria, Avenged Sevenfold, Bullet for My Valentine, A Day To Remember, Coheed and Cambria
Label: Ambicon Records, Ambicon Music Group
Manager: Malcolm Clarke/ Pete Baldwin
Bio: Hailing from possibly the least Metal northern town of all, 'Prudhoe', Harlot brought their modern version of Melodic metal to the club circuit of Newcastle in 2009. Supporting many established bands such as theFALLEN, Beyond All Reason, The Crave, Tiger Please, Kobra and the Lotus, Our Innoncenc... See Full BioMore Info
Free Entry. 18+ Doors Open at 7:30pm First band at: 8:45pm December 20th, five days before Christmas, the final Pulse Music show of 2012 at The Blyth and Tyne (as the bar will be closed on the 27th!), what other reason do you need for a party? Completing the trio of Christmas Party shows we’ve had throughout December, the 20th‘s line-up looks equally as good as the ones that have come before it! Kick starting the night are Cold Night For Crocodiles whom have dutifully stood up and replaced the now departed SkyFire as the opening support. Returning from what seems like a decade’s long hiatus, CNFC have come back from their break better than ever and rumour has it they’ve even taken onboard a fifth member!! Armed with the rockabilly grunge tunes they are best known for which took them all the way to the final of the Live & Unsigned competition at London’s O2 Arena and a front man who could entertain the Scoogiest of Grinches, Cold Night For Crocodiles set the bar high for the acts to follow!! Making their debut for Pulse Music & The Blyth and Tyne are Newcastle’s Harlot, a metal band similar in sound to the likes of Trivium, Bullet For My Valentine and other turn of the Millennium Thrash bands that have come about in the last decade or so. Obviously not ones to take themselves too seriously Harlot’s videos show off the band’s sense of humour and relaxed attitude and their fanbase in Newcastle is beyond any other when it comes down to loyalty. Hitting you with muscular metal riffs, pounding double bass drum rhythms and an energy that encompasses the whole damned room all at once, Harlot are a band sure to get the whole room rocking out for Christmas. Finally closing the night are Pulse Music’s very own Post Hardcore outfit, Digits. Taking cues from cult Post Hardcore acts from the late 90’s and the turn of the Millennium, Digits come equipped with the raw heavy hitting guitar and vocals combination of Reuben mixed with the rising choruses and energy of Hundred Reasons. On a high after a successful year that has seen them play Newcastle University & headline the O2 Academy as well as play shows from Leeds to Preston, with media support in the Chronicle & Narc. Magazine, Digits’ seem to be going from strength to strength with their debut Single, Video & E.P. all due out in the New Year. Why not get down early and check out some of the bar's great drinks offers with shots for £1 and Fosters bottles for £2 or £3.50 for 2! The Blyth & Tyne now also offers an array of hot & cold food on Thursdays, ask in bar for more details!
Part of the Newcastle University Rock Society Fresher's Event. Free if you go on the whole pub crawl or £3 on the door of Legends.
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