• HEVY FEST 2010: Review (Saturday)

    12 Ago 2010, 19:52 de appetite4

    Fri 6 Aug – Hevy Music Festival 2010

    Instead of camping, and since the festival was about 10 minutes away from my home, I got day tickets and arrived with my mate an hour or so before the first acts. The first great thing about Hevy was how short the queue was when we got there. Although the weather was a bit crap at first, it brightened up once we were inside and it wasn't a confusing site so finding our way around was easy.

    The first act we saw were Predicting the Fall, opening the Local Heroes Stage on a pretty cloudy Saturday Afternoon. I'd downloaded their EP free off their site a few weeks before, so I roughly knew the choruses and hooks from the set as it went along. On record, the singing was not a strong point, so I was hoping that live they would do more. And to be honest, they did, they certainly made me laugh. After a few songs, the guitarist told the vocalist he was 'full of win', before fucking up the opening to the next song. …
  • Gallows share the love at Hastings on Valentine's

    15 Feb 2010, 20:28 de gravitypoint

    Sun 14 Feb – Gallows +Guests @ The Crypt, Hastings.
    http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i69/pointofgravity/frankreviewimg.jpgA lovely so-cold-your-feet-might-as-well-be-frozen day meets with a punk rock filled night in a little venue called The Crypt no less than a minute away from Hastings train station. It's no wonder why fans are eager to get into the hidden door as they shiver and line up outside, a constant drivel of "oh my god it's cold" and "aaah I'm cold" and the occasional "the insides of my testicles are frozen" escape from the mouths of hardcore kids, emo kids, punker kids, punker dads, whatever,you'd be surprised the security guards hadn't told em to shut up. Nevertheless, the night turned out to be too hot rather than too cold at the end. partially because you couldn't take a pint out of the "over 18" zone and partially the warm up to the infamous Gallows had already heated the venue up to a sunny tropical temperature. …
  • NME Radio Playlist - 13th June 2009

    15 Jun 2009, 16:16 de nmeradiolive

  • Gallows, ETID, tGOAT, SLV @ The London HMV Forum.

    24 May 2009, 22:24 de gravitypoint

    Thu 21 May – Gallows, Every Time I Die, The Ghost of a Thousand, Sounds Like Violence

    I've never been to the Forum in London, the closest one I've been to is the one in Tunbridge Wells where they hold gigs for local bands.

    But anyway, Onwards. Even though I could only get seating tickets, wow, what an amazing gig. Three of my Favourite bands in one night, but I was let down by a few factors:
    -It was a shit venue. Well, I'm sure it wasn't for people standing downstairs, but upstairs we had cocks telling us to sit down every five minutes and don't record on our phones, We could only go out for a fag between ETID and Gallows, There was a QUEUE to go outside and have a fag, and you couldn't buy merch if you were an upstairs ticket. To the London HMV Forum Staff and it's Manager: You're all pricks.
    -I bought a camera the day before the gig JUST SO I COULD REVIEW THIS GIG. They gave me one with a faulty battery. A faulty Rechargeable Li-Ion battery. …