The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing return to The Shed on Saturday 20th April as part of their Decade Of Regression Tour!
In early 2018, the band took to the stage to a room packed wall to wall and put on a show that we won’t forget in a hurry – and we cannot wait to witness their mighty performance again!
“The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing hail from London, UK. They sing loud punk rock songs about the Victorian era, and have been gleefully rubbing the face of present day Britain in the rotten corpse of its past since 2008, in the hope that it will learn from its mistakes (it hasn’t).
They have released four critically acclaimed albums, have toured the UK and US, played festivals like Download, Glastonbury, Bestival, Secret Garden Party, Green Man, Latitude and the Edinburgh Fringe and appeared at numerous conventions and events on both sides of the Atlantic.”
“Corusatingly loud and extremely funny” – The Guardian
“If you are drawn into their world, you will appreciate how special TMTWNBBFN are.” – Uber Rock
“Probably the maddest, most original punk band around”- Louder Than War
“Pulsating with fiery punk fury”- Vive Le Rock
Plus Tour Support From:
“The one woman sound of revolution!” – Kerrang!
“Putting punk and protest back into the mainstream” – The Guardian
“The female Frank Carter, the Brody Dalle of the North of England” – Trash Magazine
“Given the Frank Turner stamp of approval Louise whips up a storm of passionate, political punk’n’roll, somehow conjuring up both Kathleen Hanna and Roy Orbison.” – John Kennedy, Radio X
With Local Support From:
Two Piece Skum Punk
Age Restrictions: 14+, under 16s with an adult
Tickets: £12 adv, £15 otd
The Vault will be open prior to the event for pre show drinks from 5:30pm, and after the show be sure to stick around for Ambush from 11pm until 4am, where JD & Coke is only £2.