Monthly Archives: June 2013

PLAYLIST – 28/06/2013

End Of The Line – Pain

I Wish You Well – Tremonti

A Tribute To The Fallen – Killswitch Engage

My Demise – Suffication

Indirah – Lifescreen

Ride On – Massive Wagons

New Disease – Spineshank

Spiral Of Ascension – Spires

Cinnamon Girl – Type O Negative

Red Flag – Billy Talent

Hollywood Whore – Papa Roach

2 Minutes To Midnight – Iron Maiden

Manslaughter – Fury UK

Black Trinity – Triaxis

The Epic Rage Of Furious Thunder – Gloryhammer

Running Scared – Trucker Diablo

Words Like Bullets – Nightvision

Freak Like Me – Halestorm


Playlist 21/06/13

Sekhan – Oblivion

Pteroglyph – Emerge

Neuronspoiler ~ Take the stage

Treson Kings – With the sun

Attica Rage – Long Ride Home

Black Sabbath – Age of reason

Circle of Rage – Ftse Fetish

Altered Sky – I Know You Know

Adrenaline Mob – Stand Up and Shout (Rise of the Phoenix)

In This Moment – Adrenalize

Taking Dawn – The Chain

Alestorm – Sunk’n Norwegian

The Cult – Edie (Ciao Baby)

Hardcore Superstar – Above the law

Slam Cartel – Hold Me

A Thousand Enemies – Valve

D A D – Siamese Twin

Skarlot Riot – Broken Wings

Scorpion Child – Liquor


Scottish rock band ATTICA RAGE have announced a series of UK headline shows taking place later this year, in support of their new album 88MPH.  The band will play 9 dates in September across Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland, including return visits to London, Manchester, Birmingham and Ballymena in Co. Antrim; first time visits to Kendal, Sutton-in-Ashfield and Cardiff and a special homecoming show in Glasgow.  Guest supports will be some of the finest up n’ coming new rock & metal bands from each location, including Fantasist, Estrella, Dakesis, Captain Horizon, The Goddamn Electric and many more.

Attica Rage kick-start the tour at the Cambridge Rock Festival on Sunday 4 August, opening the main stage for The Animals and Magnum.  Other summer events include headlining the Alba West Custom and Classic Bike Show in Stevenston, Ayrshire on 29 June and a special birthday party at the Eccies Club in Helsby, Cheshire on 6 July for two of their biggest fans, Ed Brereton & Dave Thompson – two of the many fans to have Attica Rage skull logo tattoos!

Attica Rage also release a new double-track single ‘LONG RIDE HOME’ from 88MPH via Off Yer Rocka on Monday 8th July 2013, available to download from iTunes and all major music stores.  The second track is a previously-unreleased live version of ‘ROAD DOG FOREVER’ and a live video will accompany the release.  A promotional video from album producer roddymacaudio, showing the studio recording of ‘Long Ride Home’, will also be posted online.  Both videos will be available to watch on YouTube.

“Those two songs together tell two sides of the same story” explains singer Jonny Parr. “Where Road Dog Forever is an all-out celebration of life on the road and devotion to the rock ‘n roll lifestyle, Long Ride Home is the anti-thesis – it’s the harder part of being away from home, missing loved-ones and ultimately dealing with the choices that have been made along the way.”

New album 88MPH was released worldwide with an official launch at Hard Rock Hell VI last year and has been welcomed by fans with positive reviews amongst the rock press.  ‘Long Ride Home’ is the third single to be released from 88PH – ‘Killer Carousel’ was available as a free download during the album launch and follow-up single ‘Beyond Forever’ was released in March.

Attica Rage have toured continuously over the last few years taking their distinctive biker rock n’ metal sounds across UK & Europe at headline shows and festivals including High Voltage, Hard Rock Hell, Bulldog Bash, Metalcamp Slovenia, Hammerfest, HRH Road Trip Ibiza and the Boardie BBQ at Download.  In summer 2012, the band performed at the Metal Hammer Golden Gods 2012 awards pre-show boat party, onboard ‘HMS Hammer’, with Shadows Fall and Fozzy plus hundreds of fans and industry as it sailed along the River Thames in London.  2013 sees the Glasgow-based quartet back out on the road for summer festivals and a UK tour in September, with new album single and live video releases throughout the year.


Sun 4 Aug         Cambridge Rock Festival

Thu 5 Sep          Kendal Bootleggers Bar

Fri 6 Sep           London Mother Live

Sat 7 Sep          Manchester Satans Hollow

Sun 8 Sep          Sutton-in-Ashfield The Diamond

Thu 12 Sep        Birmingham Roadhouse

Fri 13 Sep          Cardiff Bogiez

Sat 14 Sep         Redhill Hell Fire Club

Sat 28 Sep         Glasgow Classic Grand

(date tbc)          Ballymena Diamond Rock Club

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Playlist: 24/05/2013

Dakesis – On Wings Of Steel (

Powerquest – Blood Alliance  (

Evil Scarecrow – Blacken The Everything  (

Chrome Division – Booze, Broads & Beelzebub  (

Sabaton – The Art Of War  (

Vain – Who’s Watching You  (

Y&T – Black Tiger  (

Interview with Roy Bright (Exit State)

Exit State – Crystalline  (

Holy Grail – Dark Passenger  (

Hanging Doll – Sacred & Profane  (

Kvelertak – Bruane Brenn  (

Interview with Chris Appleton (Absolva)

Absolva – Free  (

Nightvision – Post Tour Blues  (

Trucker Diablo – Highway Radio  (

Sweet Taste – Midnight Train  (

Robin George – Heartline  (

AC/DC – Touch Too Much  (

Triaxis – Asunder  (

Playlist 07/06/13

Stahlmann – Der Schmied

Everclear – Rockstar

Trucker Diablo – Rock Halleuiah

Massive Wagons – Ride On

Sekhan – Planets Collide

Slipknot – Psychosocial

Iron Maiden – The Trooper

Rammstein – Sonne

Headcharger – Spain Summer Sun

Myrath – Tales Of The Sands

Hellyeah – Band Of Brothers

Coal Chamber – Tyler’s Song

Hypocrisy – United We Fall

Skindred – Set It Off

Biffy Clyro – 9/15ths

Nine Inch Nails – Head Like A Hole

Earthtone 9 – March Of The Yeti

Cult Of Luna – Passing Through

Sabaton – Midway

Sekhan – Oblivion