Stand Alone. Blind Haze. Radio Aftermath. Evil Eye

Lending Room @ The Library, Leeds.

"A fierce blast" - Metal Hammer
"Hugely Catchy" - We Rock Webzine
"Gloriously scuzzy" – Planet Rock

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Stand Alone

Return following their appearance at the sell-out #360RAW show!

“It made me a fan the moment I heard it." - Leeds Music Scene

"Fearsome power while remaining especially melodic. Vocal Harmonies were particularly impressive." - BCB Radio

"Hugely Catchy" - We Rock Webzine

Powerful, charismatic and tightly presented; ‘Stand Alone’ blend together: heavy guitar riffs, crunching bass lines and thunderous drums whilst still maintaining a definite groove that is quickly catching the ears and eyes of many audiences up and down the country.

Blind Haze

Snowqueen single:

"This trio have no pretence to subtlety whatsoever. They are unashamedly dirty rock 'n rollers. A fierce blast" - Malcolm Dome - Metal Hammer

"Blind Haze are makers of high-octane, gloriously scuzzy and cathartic rock n’ roll that’s completely trimmed of unnecessary gimmicks and frills." – Planet Rock

A 3-piece power trio with old values and a powerhouse sound to match. Hailing from Leeds and formed in 2014. The band takes inspiration from the hard rock and heavy metal bands of the late 70's/ early 80's... with an attitude to match. Their brand of no nonsense, high energy, heavy rock is sure to bring a smile to the face of any rocker. 

Radio Aftermath

Leeds based alternative heavy rock band, fusing 90's alt rock and grunge with a modern punk injection - Think Foo Fighters meets Rise Against

"With being relatively new on the Leeds independent rock scene, you could forgive them for not being up to scratch with their live performance... Yet this isn't the case! Powering through a belting set, with an opening track like 'The Concept' that gets their urgency across immediately. 'Tapestry' does the job for me though, with a ridiculously catchy heavy guitar riff, and one of the biggest hook laden choruses I've heard in a while "This is my world" "I'm the alpha, omega, I am the creator" This band is well rehearsed and tight, and definitely something to look out for!" - Elite Online

Evil Eye

“Monstrous Riffs” - BBC Sheffield

'Whilst utilizing a number of influences, Evil Eye bring an old school, high energy rock show not to be missed. Heavy drums, sludgy guitars and massive solos. For fans of Kyuss, Fu Manchu, Soundgarden, Torche.'