BALEFUL CREED heading back to Mainland UK for rare appearance

 
 
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Baleful Creed head back to mainland UK for a rare appearance at Redrum in Stafford on 20th September ahead of their festival date at Crazy Cowboy 4 in Reading the following day. Baleful Creed from Belfast play a sound loaded with charismatic groove, the music blasts a stoner rock theme capable of shaking arenas. The coarsely graded vocals wail smooth as silk as the guitars romp trails of radio friendly progressive fuzz rock. In support of this date are The Big Dirty from Northampton, 3Sixty from Worcester and Crimson Star from Birmingham.

The Big Dirty, playing their own brand of sex rock with dirty bass lines, are a band on the rise having recently recorded a session for BBC Music Introducing at Maida Vale for future broadcast and several appearances this year to sold out shows. Their debut album is due out very soon.

3Sixty from Worcester have also recorded for the BBC Music Introducing stage and their debut album is out now. The band's all-original, hook-laden, bluesy hard-rock anthems, are heartfelt tales of everyday life, inspired by the bands own lives and experiences, and are delivered with passion and energy.

Crimson Star are a three piece hard rock band from Birmingham who’s latest EP ‘Bay View’ has received critical acclaim from UK and European Press. “It’s not every day that you hear a new band and feel the palpable potential, but it’s here in spades on this excellent EP. This band are ones to watch for sure!

Redrum Stafford is a great new music venue in the heart of Stafford showcasing a lot of new local and national bands who are building hard earned reputations with their enthusiastic fans. Their bar contains some awesome beers on draught, cans and bottles, including their friends over at Signature Brew, Tiny Rebel and Heineken or one of their many spirits.

You won’t see this calibre of bands very often all in one local venue and all for £6.50 plus booking fee.

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