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Kuunatic at The Soundhouse, 30th August 2018

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ChuggaBoom at The Soundhouse, 16th August 2018

with Our City Fires and The Hero Dies First

Reviewed by Kashif Hussain

The self-proclaimed “greatest metalcore band on Earth” played an awesome set at The Soundhouse alongside a duo of quality support acts.

First to the stage were local alt rock group Our City Fires, from Leicester. While they sounded notably different & less heavy than the rest of the bands they still put on a good show with rhythmic guitar work and catchy vocal melodies.

Watch this video, by Kevin Gaughan, of Our City Fires performing at this event.

Our City fires Photo: Kevin Gaughan

Next up were melodic metal band The Hero Dies First...

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Glastonbudget audition, 4th August

with Liam Iliffe, Ohana, Smack Jack & The Many Grams and The Whiskey Rebellion

Tonight’s show was organised by Glastonbudget Music Festival.

Reviewed by Lydia Till

Glastonbudget Festival 2019 auditions kick off with a great start.

The first week of Glastonbudget 2019 auditions kicked off this past weekend at the Soundhouse in Leicester. The festival is the biggest tribute act festival in the world, hosting around 160 acts including about 40 tribute acts headlining.

First to perform was 16 year old Liam Iliffe who is not new to the Glastonbudget scene. He performed at the festival in May this year. For his audition, he performed a mix of covers – including Ed Sheeran and Foo Fighters – which fit perfectly with the concept behind the tribute act festival. Iliffe also performed a few of h...

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Ill at The Soundhouse, 31st May 2018

with Knice and Longtooth and Wasterman

Tonight’s show was organised by Magic Teapot and The Other Window (The Non Alliance Pact).

Reviewed by Keith Jobey

When you see a gig promoted by the The Non Alliance Pact, a loose collection of music promoters including the Other Window, Magic Teapot and Locust Promotions, you know it’s going to have alternative leanings, perhaps even subversive ones. Which is exactly what made this a must go to event. That and the fact that ILL were headlining.

The evening got off to a belting start with Knice, a local hardcore band. Like a speedball of energy covered in hair, this band were relentless. I normally wouldn’t go for this style of music but I found myself being totally entertained by it in the end. Such expression and energy can’t be contained.

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