Ferocious Dog

The Devils Arse Cave, Castleton.

Ferocious Dog

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Experience Ferocious Dog in the unique surroundings of The Devils Arse cave, beneath an ancient hilltop castle set in the picturesque Peak District National Park village of Castleton

 

They’ve been hailed as “a representation of our gut feeling, savage and merciless” and at the same
time, called “folk in the grand tradition of it being the peoples sound.”
Ferocious Dog, however are all those things.
More than a band, they are a family. “To listen to the Ferocious Dog as it snarls and growls at the world
is to show responsibility” said a Louder Than War review of their brilliant, recently released and Fake
News And Propaganda album, but this is an outfit that shows compassion too.
And that, in a world where the lines of truth are blurred by the rich, powerful and corrupt, is priceless.
“Ferocious dog are a very socially conscious band and their music and lyrics are designed not only to make
you smile and sing along but also to make you feel something.” - Folk-Metal.NL.
A band that does drives for foodbanks – not for headlines, but because it was the right thing to do - a
band that welcomes Hunt Sabs and conservationists Sea Shepherd to their shows, but a band where
none of that really matters.
No, here the feeling is important. Ferocious Dog is the group where fans are tattooed in the shop
belonging to the lead singer, Ken Bonsall, where the violinist and band leader, Dan Booth prints the
posters, and Les Carter (ex-Carter USM) plays the lead guitar. They can wow a punk festival one
minute, a folk festival the next – and fit right in anywhere.
With Bonsall and Booth and Carter combining and John Leonard playing just about everything with
strings, while the rhythm section of Alex Smith and John Alexander bring the power and energy, you
have a whole greater than the sum of its parts.

“9/10 Earning a reputation as the UK’s most exciting Folk Punk band for good reason” – Vive Le Rock.
It is more than social commentary too. “My politics are my politics,” explains Bonsall and “we’ll sing
those songs about what we believe, but whatever side of the political divide you are from, we want you
to feel welcome at an FD show.
“We always say you’re never alone at one of our gigs and that is the most important thing to us.”
Now, they head out on the latest run of shows, with Bonsall promising some surprises. “There’s a reason
we’ve called this run more Fake News” he smiled. “We have songs on this album that we haven’t played
yet and we really want to, stuff like “Yellow Feather” about a Hell Hound that is no longer with us….”
Those Hell Hounds are their fans. Except, they’re not. They are as much part of the band as the six on
stage. And they’ll hit those stages at the dates below. They’ve been reckoned as the “best live band in
Britain.” Go and see why.
Andy Thorley of Maximum Volume Music
“This is serious social commentary with superb tunes and Dan Booth's sublime violin takes the listener on
a rollercoaster of emotion” - W.D Emsley.

Customer Car Parking Notice

Peak Cavern’s car park is accessed from Buxton Road in Castleton. The Post Code is S33 8WP for Satnav users. Please do not try to access Peak Cavern by car via The Stones and Goosehill as access is only for residents.