NLC/Rockin’ For The Children – The Maze, Nottingham: 2nd-3rd May 2015

The Fifth NLC/Rocking For The Children Festival took place at The Maze, Nottingham over May Day Bank Holiday Weekend 2015. This now annual event is organised by David Tonge (AKA Big D) and his family and friends with a lot of time and hard work going into the organising. Last year was my first time,David Tonge – AKA Big D The Fifth NLC/Rocking For The Children Festival took place at The Maze, Nottingham over May Day Bank Holiday Weekend 2015. This now annual event is organised by David Tonge (AKA Big D) and his family and friends with a lot of time and hard work going into the organising. Last year was my first time, and having enjoyed it tremendously, I immediately booked time off work and a hotel for this year’s event. It wasn’t all a smooth ride with bands breaking up along the way giving Big D the headache of finding replacements but on the weekend everything went smoothly. The Maze is a small venue about twenty minutes walk from the centre of Nottingham. There’s a pub at the front with a great range of ales, pictures on the wall of stars like Elvis Presley, Adam Ant and Debby Harry and beer barrels as tables. Then behind the pub is the venue and at the very rear a Beer Garden where you can go for a smoke or just to cool down after dancing to one of the many bands. Fundraising events like a tombola and cake sale were held in the pub for the […]

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NLC “Rockin For The Children” Festival – Press Release 11th February 2015


NLC “ROCKIN FOR THE CHILDREN” FESTIVAL Saturday 2nd May and Sunday 3rd May 2015 The Maze, Nottingham. Now into it’s fifth year the Noize Level Critical Festival has undergone a change of name to “Rockin For The Children”, this is due to BiG D now adding a second very worthy Charity to raise awareness and funds for. TheNLC “ROCKIN FOR THE CHILDREN” FESTIVAL Saturday 2nd May and Sunday 3rd May 2015 The Maze, Nottingham. Now into it’s fifth year the Noize Level Critical Festival has undergone a change of name to “Rockin For The Children”, this is due to BiG D now adding a second very worthy Charity to raise awareness and funds for. The Festival now raises much needed funds for Rock Against Child Pornography and Abuse UK and Awareness for Autism, ALL profits will be split equally between the two Charities. 2015 will see a 20 Band line up over 2 days on 1 indoor stage so no one will miss a single performance from some of the best Underground Rock Acts in the UK. Many of the bands have played Download, Bloodstock, HRH, Hammerfest, Camden rocks and toured with some of the biggest names in Rock Music. Falling Red Saturday will see the awesome Falling Red headline the festival fresh from their own tour and a Band who know how to finish a party in style after touring with Steel Panther and headlining many of their own UK tours. The Saturday line up is one of the strongest the Festival has ever had and […]

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The Burning Crows & Falling Red announce Behind the Veil of the Damned tour


The Burning Crows & Falling Red have just announced details of their ‘Behind The Veil Of The Damned Tour 2015’

The tour dates are as followed

April 2nd – Duchess, York April 3rd – Think Tank, Newcastle April 4th – Sound Control, Manchester April 9th – Waterfront, Norwich April 10th – Asylum, Birmingham April 11th – Camden Barfly, London April 16th – Bannermans, Edinburgh April 17th

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The Burning Crows & Falling Red announce Behing the Veil of the Damned tour


The Burning Crows & Falling Red have just announced details of their ‘Behind The Veil Of The Damned Tour 2015’

The tour dates are as followed

April 2nd – Duchess, York April 3rd – Think Tank, Newcastle April 4th – Sound Control, Manchester April 9th – Waterfront, Norwich April 10th – Asylum, Birmingham April 11th – Camden Barfly, London April 16th – Bannermans, Edinburgh April 17thThe Burning Crows & Falling Red have just announced details of their ‘Behind The Veil Of The Damned Tour 2015′ The tour dates are as followed April 2nd – Duchess, York April 3rd – Think Tank, Newcastle April 4th – Sound Control, Manchester April 9th – Waterfront, Norwich April 10th – Asylum, Birmingham April 11th – Camden Barfly, London April 16th – Bannermans, Edinburgh April 17th – Ivory White, Glasgow April 18th – Brickyard, Carlisle The Burning Crows Facebook Falling Red Facebook The Burning Crows Last updated:Tuesday, February 10, 2015

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Tigertailz replace CrashDiet at HRH AOR


Welsh glam legends Tigertailz have replaced CrashDiet on the bill at next month’s HRH AOR, after the Swedish sleaze rockers were forced to pull out. PlanetMosh’s favourite new kids on the block, StOp sToP have also been added to the event’s Sleaze stage.

While it had beenWelsh glam legends Tigertailz have replaced CrashDiet on the bill at next month’s HRH AOR, after the Swedish sleaze rockers were forced to pull out. PlanetMosh’s favourite new kids on the block, StOp sToP have also been added to the event’s Sleaze stage. While it had been widely reported for several weeks that CrashDiet were not appearing, an official statement posted on the HRH Facebook page earlier today said: “Just to put some clarity to the recent rumours, CrashDiet will not be performing at HRH United or in the near future due to one of its band members being considerably ill. It’s a shame, as we were all up for it, but we are only human and sometimes these things happen, however once they are fit and back up and running, well get them back in.” A statement from the band added: “Its with a lot of regret that CrashDiet have had to cancel Hard Rock Hell United due to health issues with one of the band members. We apologise to anyone that has bought a ticket to see the band and hope that the band will be able to grace a future edition of the event so as to […]

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Falling Red interview at Les Fest 3 – 29 June 2014


The penultimate band for Les Fest this year was Falling Red. Not long after they arrived I caught up with them for another entertaining interview (be warned).

For those of you that enjoyed their set or didn’t get up to Les Fest this year you can catch them live at New Age Festival (16 August) and RockThe penultimate band for Les Fest this year was Falling Red. Not long after they arrived I caught up with them for another entertaining interview (be warned). For those of you that enjoyed their set or didn’t get up to Les Fest this year you can catch them live at New Age Festival (16 August) and Rock and Metal Circus Festival (13 September). Their latest album Empire Of The Damned is available to buy and you have watch the video for their single We Escaped A Cult below. http://planetmosh.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Falling-Red-Sunday-29-June-20014-Les-Fest.mp3 http://www.falling-red.com/ https://www.facebook.com/fallingredofficial

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Les-Fest 3 Day 3 – Sunday Review by Dennis


So Sunday is here, the 3rd and unfortunately the last day of Les-Fest 3, easily one of the best, if not the best outdoor festival I’ve attended. Perfect location, food was of high quality and reasonably priced, accommodation was second to none, the bar was also reasonably priced and Les-Fest 3 was family friendly withSo Sunday is here, the 3rd and unfortunately the last day of Les-Fest 3, easily one of the best, if not the best outdoor festival I’ve attended. Perfect location, food was of high quality and reasonably priced, accommodation was second to none, the bar was also reasonably priced and Les-Fest 3 was family friendly with quite a few young children there, most of which were obviously wearing ear defenders. Opening act Defy All Reason drew a fair sized crowd for 11am and even though I was born a mere 15 miles from their Wrexham beginnings, this was the first time I had seen them and was blown away by their heavy rock with lashings of Southern rock tinges and their heavy Nickelback riffs and harmonies, fronted by the imposing figure of Gavin Jones, looking a lot like James Hetfield and even sounding a bit like him. Their 6 song set included a riff heavy cover of ‘Wanted Dead Or Alive’ and the pick of their own material was a song off their new 4 track E.P ‘Every Second Counts’ called ‘Behind Those Eyes’, the slowest song of the set and a huge rock ballad with an emotional vocal. Debut album […]

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