TotalRock Club Night at the Hope & Anchor in Islington TotalRock’s brand new Friday Rock Show monthly 18+ rock night at the famous Hope & Anchor pub in Islington kicks off at 8pm running thru 'till 1am. The Friday Rock Show nights feature 3 live bands, DJs, competitions and you'll hear clips of the legendary Tommy Vance - The Voice of Rock, coming across the airwaves if you listen carefully!
The next Friday Rock Show night will be June 17th
Lamb of God drummer Chris Adler on signing to Nuclear Blast, "Finally joining forces with Nuclear Blast outside of North America is something Lamb of God is excited to see happen. We first met back in 1997 - almost signed then, but have been flirting ever since! It's now time for a new chapter for us in connecting with our friends and fans overseas, which is long overdue! See you all very soon - with a nasty new album!"
Fri 29th May between 09:00 - 11:00
» Joining Emma on this week's show will be the might UK Sludge lords Conan, Emma chat's with Front man John to chat about the US crowd, the next ...
Latest Story... DUB WAR: Return with a performance at 2015 ‘Download Festival’
The four-piece band, featuring Skinded's Benji Webbe, formed in Newport, Wales back in 1993 and released two studio albums through Earache Records before splitting in 1999.
Now they’ll be returning after the 16 year hiatus to perform a special 30 minute set at this year’s festival.
LA electro-rock band Ghost Town have dropped out of the festival and their 4th Stage set on the Saturday. It’s still to be confirmed if Dub War will take their place on the 4th Stage or play under a different tent.
Other recent additions to the line-up include At The Gates, Al Murray’s band Geyser, Man With A Mission and Beasts.
Dub War join a three day festival line-up that features the likes of Muse, Slipknot, KISS, Judas Priest, Faith No More, Motley Crue, Marilyn Manson, Slash, and Enter Shikari.
The Side Splitter Tent will feature two full nights of comedy in The Village on the Wednesday and Thursday of Download Festival. Nick Helm, Bobby Mair, Gary Delaney, The Noise Next Door, and occultist comic Andrew O’Neill are among the list of acts now confirmed for the Side Splitting bill.
Download Festival 2015 takes place at Donington Park near Castle Donington, Leicestershire from Friday 12 - Sunday 14 June.