recent reviews: Fargo, Ben
Poole, Hartmann, Mad
Max, The Radio Sun, Federal Charm, Greta Van Fleet, RSO, Marco
Mendoza, American Tears, Old Crow Medicine Show, Jizzy
Pearl, VOX, Steve Hill,
Groove, Salty Dog, W.E.T.,
Luke Appleton, Blaze Bayley, The
Dead Daisies, Saffire, Bulletboys, Bigfoot, Core Leoni, Tax
The Heat, Burn,
Dizzy Reed, Bonfire, Signal Red, Promethium, FM, Magnum, Ammunition,
Ammouri, Visgoth, King's Call, Malleus, Voodoo Circle,
Animal Drive, Dikes Of The Orient, The Bad Flowers, Prayer, Joe Satriani, Babylon A.D., Blood Red Saints, Game Over,
Forgotten Tomb, Vaultwraith.
Rock Vows -
host Barry returns with the The Rock Vows, bringing you
"Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed and
Something a little bit Bluesy".
aboard the good ship Rock N' Roll as we bring you two hours of
some of the best new and classic Rock and Metal around with songs
from: Dynazty, Demon, Danger Danger, Shameless, FM, Bangaloir
Choir, King Company, Little Caesar, Loverboy, Bigfoot, The
Defiants, John Waite, Quireboys, Savatage, Acacia Avenue, Dweezel
Zappa, Inglorious, Leverage, Cains Offering, Crash The System,
Jorn, Arthemis, House of Lords, Sideburn, Redrum, Michael Bormann,
Kryptonite and Powerwolf!
Rock Vows - The perfect marriage of Rock & Metal \m/ \m/
good things must come to an end and this year's S.O.S. Festival came to a
close with Day Three. However that wasn't before the loud, lively
and feisty gathered to well and truly blow the roof off the venue.
say Day Two of this year's S.O.S. Festival was hotter than hell would be
an understatement. Not only were the band's setting the place alight
with their performances, but the thermometer was off the scale in the
in it's 11th year, we hit the highway and head on down to sunny ol'
Manchester for a weekend of pure unadulterated Rock N' Roll of the highest
order, featuring some of the best up and coming bands.