The Dust Coda Tickets

The Head Of Steam, Newcastle Upon Tyne.

eastside events present
plus guests
Newcastle Head of Steam
Wednesday 8th December 2021
Doors 7pm

This event is for 16 and over - No refunds will be issued for under 16s.

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
GENERAL ADMISSION £13.20 (£12.00) Tickets not available

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Founded in the melodic prowess of Adam Mackie (lead guitar) and John Drake (vocals,
rhythm guitar) and completed by the richly rugged groove of Scott Miller (drums) and
Tony Ho (bass guitar), London rockers The Dust Coda have thundered into the New
Wave Of Classic Rock scene with enticingly unforgettable riffs, gravel-soaked vocal soul
and sheer swagger.
Sleek yet hard-hitting rock'n'roll rooted in blues soul, The Dust Coda clutch the echoes of
rock'n'roll's most beloved household names, from the pure, raw poetry of Led Zeppelin
to the nasty muscle of Guns 'N Roses, and bring them kicking and screaming into the
21st century.
Having worked tirelessly building their live reputation across some of Britain's favourite
rock festivals such as Planet Rockstock, Winter's End and Ramblin' Man Fair, and with a
touring schedule that's seen them share stages with Black Stone Cherry, The Dead
Daisies and Iron Maiden’s Steve Harris, The Dust Coda are due to release their
long-awaited sophomore album Mojo Skyline in 2021.
Recorded at Modern World Studios with the multi-platinum, award-winning producer
Clint Murphy (Manic Street Preachers, Thunder, Devilskin), Mojo Skyline offers a
plenitude of tracks that leap across the spectrum of rock'n'roll, containing half a
decade's worth of the band's raw soul and innermost demons.
On the cusp of lighting a new beacon along the trail of the rock revolution that modern
music has observed over the past decade, The Dust Coda are continuing the momentum
founded in Earache Records' latest roster of British rock flag-bearers (The Temperance
Movement, Massive Wagons, Those Damn Crows).
“We have spent considered time framing up who we are, how we want to sound and
what we do,” says Adam. “Hopefully we will see that path of self-discovery pay
dividends. We are by no means the finished article but we like our rough edges and we
are ready! To put it simply, it’s time for people to discover The Dust Coda.”