Sunday, December 16, 2018
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The Moshville Times

More bands added to Call of the Wild 2019

Call of the Wild has announced a new raft of bands that will be gracing the stage at the festival, new additions are:

A Joker’s Rage are bringing their winning mix of powerhouse rock, hugely memorable tunes and a delivery not unlike being trampled by a herd of dinosaurs with their haemorrhoids on fire.

Assembled from parts lying around Melbourne in 2012, Australia’s Massive are a volatile macho-rock engine fuelled on adrenaline, lager and a determination to party hard. Known to travel thousands of miles across the baking desert between gigs, these riot-starting, fist swinging road dogs mean business.

Hailing from Northern Ireland, Trucker Diablo are set to bring their huge stadium quality sound to Call of the Wild. With 3 full-length albums and a couple of EPs under their belt, this band isn’t just road tested, it smashed the road and rebuilt it!

The King Lot are descending on the festival from Central Scotland, currently working their 2nd album, these guys have played around the UK with bands such as The Answer, Inglorious, FM, Big Country, Dan Reed Network, Electric Boys, Beasto Blanco, The Last Vegas, Vain, H.E.A.T, Supercharger, Thundermother, Love/Hate, The Quireboys and Venrez.

Proving that 2 heads are just as good as five, Rival Bones will be serving their raucous hard rock to the masses at Call of the Wild. These guys have turned enough heads to land a slot at the Isle Of Wight Festival 2018 and we know they’ll rock the stage next May.

Stevie R Pierce & The Hooligans, as a member of Warrior Soul and guitarist for Jizzy Pearl’s Love/Hate, it’s hard to fathom how Stevie R Pierce has time for a solo career! But along with his Hooligans, he’s making music that stands tall, with a distinct raw sound & classic UK flavour.

Being imported from Italy, Speed Stroke add a touch of sleaze to their hard rock. Riffs aplenty, and smothered with a healthy dose of attitude, expect blazing guitars, soaring vocals and probably a bandana or two!

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Described as a gig junkie, can be seen at anything from the Quireboys to Black Label Society and everything in between.

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