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That's right IODINE SKY will be supporting the awesome Kobra and the Lotus on the 25/6/15 at the Ruby Lounge Manchester. We will be debuting new songs also. For cheaper tickets to the gig please contact the band at email@example.com to get your name on the guest list for £5 entry fee otherwise it will be £7. For any other questions please contact us on Facebook OR Twitter. https://www.facebook.com/iodineskyofficial https://twitter.com/iodine_skyuk See you there!!!!
Awesome all day festival with loads of bands, boobs, burlesque and partying for everyone
free postage That's right we're back for our FIRST Manchester gig in 7 months and we've got some awesome surprises for you leading up to it. New songs are one !!
All details tbc
It's on!!! One of the WORLDS biggest battle of the bands and we just got through to the next heat 2 down 3 to go. Come and support us for our first live performance where we will be playing our hearts out for you and the judges to show everyone why Iodine Sky deserves to play in the finals at Rome!!!!!
Sounds Like: Alter Bridge, Chevelle, Incubus, Sevendust, Shinedown
Bio: Iodine Sky have recently returned under the guise of a new 5 piece Heavy Rock band. Hailing from Manchester, England this band heave a weight of experience behind them in the common aim to create anthemic songs with the catchiest hooks you've ever heard.
From playing the world famous Whisky a g...See Full Bio
“Attracting the biggest crowd of the day it cannot be said that Iodine Sky do not have pull, and as soon as they launched into their set it was plain to see why they had so many fans in attendance. In stark contrast to the previous act these guys were from a vocal standpoint absolutely outstanding, with front man Aaron Ward and bassist Marc Dawson in particular harmonising well. There was a cute moment when Ward got his young son up on stage with a view to having the child introduce a song but adorably the infant seemed a little affected by stage fright, and as the music began rather than dancing with his Dad he seemed rooted to the spot with a bemused look on his face. On the whole though this was one of the standout sets of the day in which a really impressive act cemented the name they’ve been making for themselves.”