It’s been so long since I’ve posted. Last weekend I went to the Download Fest in Derby and watched bands like Motionless in White, System of a Down, 5FDP, SWS and more.
Helloooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo, I’ve had a p bad day today so I decided to do the normal thing I do on bad days and listen to music. Choice of the day: Ghost Town and Sleeping With Sirens. (Favourite songs: Evolution by Ghost Town and Madness by SWS)
Hiiiiiii. I went to a gig at Mr Kyps in Poole to see my guitar teacher’s band, Empty Cage, yesterday and it was fun. I didn’t post on Thursday because the gig was on Friday, and I didn’t post on Friday because we got back home at midnight. So here it is, the 2.5 day late
For whatever reason, we’re learning about Indian music at school. What? Does this have anything to do with Beethoven? 😂😂
Hiiii. If you don’t live under a rock (hi Patrick) then you’ll know that I like bands classified as emo. Although BVB are more glam-rock, but I’ll not get into that. Anyway, they’re releasing a new album soon. Here’s what I think.
It’s 17 weeks (121 days, as of 07 February 2017, to be precise) until the Download festival in Donington Park. I’m really excited, especially to see Sleeping With Sirens, Pierce The Veil and Motionless in White (which are completely different bands, but I like them all anyway). If you want to see the Download 2017 lineup, click here. I’m also excited because we have a hotel (The Raddison Blu). Tip for if you’re booking a hotel for Download: it’s cheaper if you buy them separately. Download charges somewhere around £1000 – £2000 per person, but separately it’s about like £500 (as my mum and sister said).
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As well as being a popular YouTuber (known as being an ex member of My Digital Escape), Johnny Guilbert does music. His most viewed music video is Song Without A Name, which I quite like.
My mum and sister are obsessed with Disturbed, and now so am I. Us three saw them at Download 2016; I liked them but coMPLeTELY FOrGOT to Google them or anything. Disgraceful, I know. Also, I’ve only recently listened to Immortalised (their latest album) so I’ll base this review on that. But if you want I’ll also do some older albums. :p Continue reading “Disturbed (Band Review)”
I haven’t done a review on a band in frickin’ ages and thought “why not do tøp? They’re pretty popular at the moment.” So here it comes, a twenty one pilots review.
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Heyyaaa. I just got back from Southampton, where I went to a concert. The main band playing was SOiL, and I had VIP tickets so I got to meet them. It’s not surprising how kind they were, actually. I asked the guitarist (Adam Zadel) some questions. (To skip to the review, go to the bottom)
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