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Final date on Calabrese, the Arizonan legends, first U.K tour dates.
The Traveling Morgues inaugural UK Horror Punk Festival. For more information see: https://www.facebook.com/events/1545097419078600/1546258862295789/?notif_t=plan_mall_activity
Feat FALLING RED + SHOCK HAZARD! + BAD TOUCH + HONEYCOMB LOVE + WE'LL TAKE MANHATTAN + SILENCED BY SHADOWS + KILLER HURTS + TATTOOED LIES + GRAVEDALE HIGH + STRANGE TAIL + THE ART OF ESCAPING + SWARMED + BLIND TIGER + ONE DAY ROCKET + SPOT + MORE!! Following the success of The Oval Rock House Reunion, they are doing it all over again in the form of Oval Fest!!!....A day of pure Rock n' Roll, Metal and Punk! This time it is in aid of Noah's Journey, Roald Dahl's marvellous Children and E.A.C.H....Put the date in your diary, I promise you won't want to miss this one!!
Following the success of The Oval Rock House Reunion, they are doing it all over again in the form of Oval Fest!!!....A day of pure Rock n' Roll, Metal and Punk! This time it is in aid of Noah's Journey, Roald Dahl's marvellous Children and E.A.C.H....Put the date in your diary, I promise you won't want to miss this one!!
Sounds Like: Blitzkid, The Creepshow, Michale Graves, Zombina and the skeletones *official*, The Ramones
Label: Aaaah! Real Records
Bio: Gravedale High was formed back in 2006 by Dave Billinge and Rory Matheson, with one purpose; playing kick ass horror-themed punk rock.
Taking influence from bands such as, The Misfits, Blitzkid, The Ramones and Iron Maiden; Gravedale High have created their own fun, energetic, fresh and excitin...See Full Bio
“Hailing from Norwich, Gravedale High play solid Punk music, however the five band members share a morbid fascination with all things that go bump in the night as the lyrical content could be the soundtrack to the Hammer Horror movies. Indeed the band's name comes from Rick Moranis' cartoon of the same name in the early 90's about a lad who is the only human in a school full of classic movie monsters. This is still a good solid Punk album. Bands like this that mix Rock music with Horror usually fall into the Psychobilly, Shockabilly, Punkabilly, or what-have-you, and therefore embracing fully the sound of the B-movies, so to move away from this is either bold and daring, or naive and risky - I guess Gravedale High fall somewhere between the two! What I get from this along with some of the research that I have done is that to truly get this band you have to see them live, indeed I am led to believe that the live spectacle includes Jack The Ripper, Aliens and Zombie Cheerleaders - bril”