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Blind River at Rockdown - Leamington Spa Assembly Rooms 3-5 September 2021

Out of the pandemic, yet another incredible festival is launched rather aptly entitled Rockdown. From the creators of the award-winning event Legends Of Rock, Eddie and Elaine Yates, this event was announced for September 2021 as a post COVID-19 party. Rockdown – Leamington Spa Assembly Rooms 3-5 September 2021 Words: …
Photo of Orange Goblin

Orange Goblin recently celebrated their 25th anniversary with the recent live shows at The Dome, Tufnell Park. During the show, which was streamed to a global audience, it was announced that bassist and founding member Martyn Millard was to leave the band. The anniversary celebrations were originally planned for December 2020, …
Blind River, at Leo's Red Lion

Before Boris shut us down last year, my last gig was at Leo’s Red Lion, and that is where I’ve picked up again, this time for the ever-rising Blind River, who have this warm-up show before setting out on a UK tour with King Creature the very next day. Blind …
Photo of Blind River

Blind River, Spyder Byte and Orphan Gears are playing Leo’s at The Red Lion, Gravesend tonight and MetalTalk will be there to cover the action. The event is sold out, and for the excellent Blind River it marks a warm up for the tour with King Creature. Vocalist Harry Armstrong, …
Photo of the band Blind River

Blind River and King Creature have joined forces for a UK tour starting this May, which marks one of the first sets of gigs post Covid-19 lockdown and is a marker for everyones wish of a return to normality. The Guildford five piece Blind River released their excellent album ‘Made …
Photo of Blind River who have just released Made Of Dirt

Guildford based five piece Blind River have released their second full length album, ‘Made Of Dirt’ and it is certainly a step up in class for the Heavy Rockers.  Having released their debut album in 2018, the band have since been test driving material on the road, touring alongside Inglorious …
Ben Poole at The Legends Of Rock, Great Yarmouth

The storms may have died down over Britain but Legends of Rock, aka Yarmageddon number nine threatened to upend all the caravans in the park. Words: Sara Harding and Liz Medhurst Photos: Sally Newhouse We had majestic Metal with Les Binks’ Priesthood, sheer class with The Kris Barras Band, a …