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The Vigil + Black Elephant + A Doubtfull Sound + Deaf Horse The Vigil: The Vigil is a 4 piece Alternative Rock band from Bristol. Since forming in 2011 they have drawn comparisons to Fu Manchu, Queens of the Stone Age & Nirvana. They absolutely tear up live and turn heads with their powerfull riffs and searing melodies, built on a monstrous rhythm section. The Vigil has supported the likes of Everclear at the O2 Academy Bristol, Zico Chain at the Louisiana & international acts like Goldsboro from L.A and The Distance from Paris. With their a new EP on the way, produced by Nigel Pulsford from the band Bush, be sure to witness the raw power of The Vigil and see them live! www.facebook.com/thevigilmusic Black Elephant: Blending Alternative Sounds with Murderous Guitar hooks and haunting vocals. Black Elephant is a Dark trip into a wave of psychedelic Stoner Rock. Black Elephant are the band you need to look out for they are a band that will Devastate! - Steve Forrest (Placebo/Planes) YOU NEED to take a journey into the dangerous space-prog savannah inhabited by Black Elephant on their mission to rock your arses! - The King www.facebook.com/Blackelephantuk A Doubtfull Sound: Do you like earthquakes? Neither did Ollie and Hamish who hail from New Zealand’s shakiest city, Christchurch. After the opportunity to link up with like minded Bristol based musicians James and Jake arose, the boys jumped on the first flight to the UK they could early in 2012. With a shared love of hard hitting Rock’n’Roll, they quickly buried themselves into rehearsals, finally emerging from the studio with tracks for their debut self titled EP. They've quickly amassed a solid following with many drawing favourable comparisons to the Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, and Nirvana. Receiving glowing online reviews, their latest track “Never Seen the Light” has been described as “...all the best parts of 90’s grunge Rock.” www.facebook.com/adoubtfulsound Deaf Horse: Somerset’s Deaf Horse make all the right moves in their bio as they promise post-grunge with influences including Six.By Seven, Pleasingly, this intriguing prospect is backed up by a tidy bunch of no holds barred tunes which go straight for the jugular. www.facebook.com/pages/Deaf-Horse/170857592938055
BlackWolf return to their hometown Bristol for the first time since their sold out show @ The Fleece with The Union Earlier this year. This time round they will be performing a full headline slot including never before heard songs from their upcoming debut album! Support from A Doubtful Sound + The Vigil
Sounds Like: Nirvana, Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, The Black Keys, The Subways
Bio: Do you like earthquakes? Neither did Ollie and Hamish who hail from New Zealand’s shakiest city, Christchurch. After the opportunity to link up with likeminded Bristol based musicians James and Jake arose, the boys jumped on the first flight to the UK they could early in 2012. With a shared love ...See Full Bio
: RT @Stagandhounds: Saturday 25th July, live music from @A_Doubtfulsound @wearepatrons @wwoaofficial and The Burt Reynolds http://t.co/vmAlm
“Full of scuzzy guitars and thumping percussion the song rattles along at a frenetic pace and ticks all the boxes on the alternative rock form guide. It’s a brief enough number at just over the three minute mark but the song doesn’t hit any bum notes. Frontman Hamish Woodside delivers his vocal with aplomb and the key to the track is the bombastic percussion section from stickman Ollie Law who gives the song its heart. The band has previously released their demos on soundcloud and their sound is gradually evolving. They are currently working on their debut EP and ‘Never Seen the Light’ offers an interesting taster of a band who show plenty of promise.”