Vanarin, Boss Cloth and Fools Will Follow strike again! This time it's gonna be a night of Grunge at The Victoria in Old Town! Free entry Thursday so make sure you're there!!
a fundraiser to raise money for epilepsy entry fees adults £5.00 children up to 16 £2.50 all more on door fees go to the epilepsy charity group Epilepsy Society. seating available full licensed bar available bands dom tandy and lucinda brown overload https://www.facebook.com/Theoverload4?fref=ts post12 https://www.facebook.com/post12uk?fref=tsverload vanarin https://www.facebook.com/VanarinBAND?fref=ts
As part of Dreaded Vyrus Promotions first event Fools Will Follow will be supporting the awesome Vanarin with guests Boss Cloth as part of Grungefest.
Hey guys, Got a great gig coming up at The Queens Tap Swindon! Local grunge act, Vanarin will open up the night with an hour or so of Grunge/Hard rock original tunes and covers by the likes of Seether and Nirvana. Following them will be the amazingly talented, Drew Bryant who'll be bringing the noise down a bit for a late night acoustic chill out session. It's sure to be a great night so make sure you're there to enjoy and support some great local talent!
Sounds Like: Nirvava, Seether, Stone Sour, Black Stone Cherry, Alice in Chains
Bio: We're a 3 piece grunge band from Swindon. We draw allot of inspiration from Nirvana and Seether. Although Vanarin has been a band for 8 years its only been active in the last 2 years due to a few line-up changes. Now we've found a formula that works and we're ready to invade the music scene with ...See Full Bio
“Vanarin 'Mistake' Vanarin wear their love for grunge on their sleeve. And the rest of their jacket, in fact. They're proudly influenced by Nirvana, to the point that every guitar riffs is oddly familiar, but at least they sound authentic for a band that has only been active for a short time. There's still some way to go before their chance at stardom, and that's besides hoping for a grunge revival; 'Mistake' suffers from ill-timed delay effects, and louder songs like 'Getting Old' could do more to live up to the loud/quiet dynamic of their heroes. But still, a good effort on this set of early demos.”