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Waking up feeling rather ‘foggy’ along with my roommates who were feeling the same. A shower and multiple cups of coffee were on the menu for all, followed by a good old hearty service station greasy fry-up. Sonia Waterfield – Day 10 – Newcastle Now I haven’t had chance to …

‘Knights of the Travelodge, on our black steed we ride!’ Early wake ups are a thing of the past as all of us are trying to grab as much sleep as we can till 11.30 then scrambling around like lemmings trying to get out before 12.00pm checkout. Uuurrrgghhh… Sonia Waterfield – …

Waking up feeling groggy, we headed to the nearby Moto services to eat. Jacket potato, pie, chips, mushy peas and gravy were the menu for today’s nourishment while I settled for me morning coffee. Sonia Waterfield – Day 13 – Nottingham After noshing, we jumped onto the black horse ready …

Another good night’s sleep was had by all. We chucked our bags onto the van, ate a hearty but over-priced breakfast, pumped up the tyres and oiled the van before heading back up north to Sheffield, a three hour drive. Sonia Waterfield – Day 9 – Sheffield It’s days like …

Waking up after a very restless night due to the fear of a) moving, just in case the bunk fell and b) of falling off the darned thing, voices below me were chattering. Chris and Luke were in the process of snuggling up to each other for a photo – …

The quick jaunt along the coastal walk soon brought me back to the Concorde 2 where quarter of an hour before doors opened there was an already growing line of eager fans. Sonia Waterfield – Monday 4th April 2011: Brighton, The First Gig Perching myself behind the merchy station, I …

A 10.00am wake up, quick shower and caffeine fix (either by Cola or coffee) and we all jumped on the bus ready for leaving at midday. Sonia Waterfield – Day 6 – Leeds In the sweltering heat, the prospect of being sat in the stuffiness of the bus really was …

There’s nothing better than a Friday night gig and a few beers with friends to look forward after a hard week at work and it’s certainly enhanced if the bands are guaranteed solid gold-plated British hard rock in a venue that’s perfectly sized to get up close and personal. Words: …

Voodoo Six have gathered a loyal following since forming in 2003, and with the recent release of their latest album, ‘Make Way For The King’ (reviewed by MetalTalk here) the hard rocking londoners have proven that they’re still in with a chance of seizing the mantle of being the next …

MetalTalk’s Gig Of The Week is awarded to Voodoo Six who will be touring the UK in support of their fourth studio album, ‘Make Way For The King’, released via Cadiz Music on 8th September 2017. The band will perform twelve dates, kicking off with the album launch show at …