Gig Review: Creeper / Zetra / Naut – The Leadmill, Sheffield (23rd March 2024)

Creeper are a Southampton formed band who have been making their name known for about 10 years now. The band have a macabre background, with vampiric tendencies tingling their lore. After a successful tour promoting their newest album, Sanguivore, last year, Creeper are embarking on a UK tour supporting smaller venues and promoters. I made … Continue reading Gig Review: Creeper / Zetra / Naut – The Leadmill, Sheffield (23rd March 2024)

Gig Review: Creeper / Save Face / The Nightmares – Clyde Rooms, Glasgow (6th November 2023)

Tonight’s gig is inside Ibrox Stadium, home of Rangers football club. Hundreds of goths are queuing for tonight’s headliners whilst a K-Pop superstar is greeting screaming fans just around the corner. It’s a surreal experience and a paragraph I never thought I would be writing! The Clyde Rooms  is a newly built, 700 capacity venue … Continue reading Gig Review: Creeper / Save Face / The Nightmares – Clyde Rooms, Glasgow (6th November 2023)

Gig Review: Alice Cooper / The Cult / Creeper – Hydro, Glasgow (28th May 2022)

December 7, 1989 and a chilly Mosh (along with schoolfriend Jon Heron and a couple of thousand other people) queued up outside Whitley Bay Ice Rink to see Alice Cooper on his Trash tour. Underwhelming support from Britney Fox and Great White led up to the legend that is Alice Cooper playing for ninety minutes for … Continue reading Gig Review: Alice Cooper / The Cult / Creeper – Hydro, Glasgow (28th May 2022)

Creeper announced as support for Alice Cooper / The Cult UK dates

Two acclaimed headliners from both sides of the Atlantic will be touring UK arenas for 2022’s must-see event. And now, they announce an even bigger bill with special guests Creeper joining the legendary co-headliners The Cult and Alice Cooper. It is somewhat surreal for us to be able to announce today that Creeper will be … Continue reading Creeper announced as support for Alice Cooper / The Cult UK dates

Festival Review: Slam Dunk North 2021

After what has been a very long wait, it was finally time for Slam Dunk North! My first festival since COVID rained down upon us and put a stop to all live music! Last year (well… 2019) our photographer said entry was super easy and didn’t take long to get parked at all so we … Continue reading Festival Review: Slam Dunk North 2021

Gig Review: Download Festival Pilot 2021

All eyes were on Donington Park for the launch of Download Pilot - an experimental 10,000 capacity festival as part of the second phase of the Government’s Event Research Programme. No social distancing, no masks - and no limits on moshing. What makes the smaller pilot structurally unique from its former editions is intimacy. Gone … Continue reading Gig Review: Download Festival Pilot 2021