Tag Archives: Chelsea Grin

Chelsea Grin + Betraying the Martyrs + Void of Vision @ 02 Institute, 7th February, 2017

Void of Vision were first support for  Chelsea Grin at the 02 Institute this evening. Interviewing band members Jack and James before the show, albiet in a venue quite audibly progessing through soundchecks, I noticed that these are just your everyday early twenties lads. Down to earth and chatty, the guys even offered to assist me […]

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Chelsea Grin + Veil Of Maya + Oceans Ate Alaska – o2 Academy 3, 16th February 2015

Queuing to get into the Academy 3, the signs on the door indicated that all 300 tickets for tonight’s show had sold out and it appeared that most had come down early to checkout local heroes Oceans Ate Alaska. The Brummie metalcore quintet wasted no time in taking the stage, with vocalist James Harrison opening […]

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Emmure + Chelsea Grin + Attila + Obey The Brave @ Birmingham Academy 2 – 8th April 2013

When a tour comes to town under the moniker, The Mosh Lives Tour, you know that you’re in for a rowdy evening! Tonight’s gig is headlined by New York deathcore merchants, Emmure, who are back in Birmingham a few short months after opening for Parkway Drive at The Ballroom. Academy 2 is packed out with […]

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V Festival @ Weston Park, Friday 18th August, 2017

Amidst the rain and smeared glitter V Festival kicked off on a chilly and wet Friday night. A steady downpour […]

Inner City Live @ O2 Academy, 12th August 2017

Inner City Live posed the question “when is a festival not a festival?”. The answer is straightforward – it’s when […]

Gary Numan @ The Assembly, Leamington Spa, 29th July 2017

Tonight’s an early start. It’s 7.15pm when support act for Gary Numan, (IAM) WARFACE take to the stage to greet […]

MADE Festival @ Digbeth 29th, July, 2017

MADE Birmingham is a music festival that is on an upward trejectory. Now in its fourth year its a day […]

Oceans Ate Alaska @ Mama Roux’s, 26th July 2017

Up first, supporting Oceans Ate Alaska, we had Failure Is An Option, a midlands-based metal band who I’ve seen once […]

V Festival @ Weston Park 19th and 20th August, 2017

  In 1996 Pulp front man Jarvis Cocker had a wild idea, he desired to play two different outdoor stages […]