On Friday 26th April LES-FEST Promotions gives us a big gig at the legendary Dreadnought Rock Club in Bathgate when Glasgow based Thrash band Dirty Rose play their final gig together, and although that makes it a sad night they are making it a great celebration of British Rock and Scotish Metal.
The band (comprising of bass player/vocalist Alan Clarkson, guitarist Craig Murray and drummer Steve Morrison), have been around since 2007 and have played a huge array of headline gigs all over the UK as well as opening for established acts like Wolfsbane, GUN, LA Guns, Viking Skull and ex-Iron Maiden vocalist Blaze Bayley.
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The band have also won coveted slots at UK Festivals like Hammerfest III and Rock of Ages and have also released the 'Pestilence And Revelations' EP but have decided to call it a day after taking the band as far as it can go in its current guise - but not before they give their fans one more chance to see their live show!
Co-headliners are Chester based rockers Severenth who also formed in 2007, and have since toured the UK and North America in support of their critically aclaimed debut album, 'The Age Of Paranoia' as well as sharing the stage with bands like Skindred, Hed p.e., Bring Me The Horizon and Trigger The Bloodshed as well as slots on some of the UK and Europe's most popular festivals.
Support will come from Lanarkshire Power/Death Metallers Dana O'Hara who performed a truly unforgetable set at the inaugural Les-Fest last year, with the up and coming Spider Eating Flesh Disease completing this exciting line up which promises a night that may well blow the roof off the Dreadnought!
Doors to this extravaganza open at 7:00pm, and because it's Dirty Rose' last gig - admission is FREE so there's no excuse not to go and enjoy the night! www.dreadnoughtrock.com, 14-16 King Street - BATHGATE EH48 1AX.
I hope to see ya all there for this grand night in Metal! Dutch \m/
Dirty Rose: 'Sorrows End'
Severenth: 'Age Of Paranoia'
Dana O'Hara: 'Letter To Dana (Intro)/The Dreamstate Of My World'