Prepare yourself for Thursday 26th April 2012 as monstrous rock 'n' rollers Hornet return to Soho's finest The Intrepid Fox to give you another dose of their hard edged blues/punk rock.
Hornet are currently showing everybody why they are one of the most exhilarating up and coming bands on the London scene with their over the top and stand out live show which has been captivating an ever growing audience... so why would you want to be anywhere else that night?
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To be honest Hornet is a band where to properly understand them, you need to be ten feet away from the thumping guitar riffs, you need to be able to feel each beat of the drums shaking the ground beneath you, you need to feel the bass resonating your very bones, you need to see the energy oozing from the singer.
Most of all their sound is so unashamedly loud and yet so honest with no effects - it's just blood, sweat and rock 'n' roll baby and given time it will come back to the mainstream... rock 'n' roll never dies... sometimes it just lays dormant for a while and once stung you will always remember Hornet!
Hornet recently had their track 'Second Hand Smoke' remixed by legendary producer Pedro Ferreira who has produced and recorded some of the last decade's most exciting artists. Pedro has worked with major rock acts such as The Darkness, Enter Shikari, Therapy? and Tank.
'Second Hand Smoke' was mastered by Ade Emsley who recently mastered Iron Maiden's 'From Fear To Eternity' and The Treatment's 'This Might Hurt'. Make sure you check it out on www.hornetrock.com - it's brilliant.
Each time Hornet play London the atmosphere is second to none and they really are growing before our very eyes so catch this band in this intimate venue before it's too late! Hornet will be on stage at 10.00pm sharp and it's free entry so there's no reason not to be there.
15 St. Giles High Street
London WC2H 8LN