US metal band “10 Years” are coming to The Lincoln Imp in Scunthorpe on 7th September.
Tickets will be £10
They’ve toured with Disturbed, Sevendust, Ill Nino, Breaking Benjamin, Mudvayne, Korn, Deftones, Hatebreed, Chevelle, Atreyu, Hawthorne Heights, Shinedown, Puddle of Mudd, and a Perfect Circle.
They have had material co-written by Stone Temple Pilots and they have albums mixed by Chris Lord-Alge who’s mixed albums for virtually anyone worth their salt!
The band are influenced by Tool and their lead singers voice has been described as being very much like that of Tools frontman Maynard James Keenan.
Read more about the band via their website.
Friday Night and The Baths Hall in Scunthorpe had attracted yet another big name act to the stage.
Continue reading Gig Review // JAMES at The Baths Hall
Newly refurbished Scunthorpe town centre bar Peaky Blinder bar is opening this weekend. (Friday 9th March 2018). Continue reading Peaky Blinder Bar // Opening Night
Here’s a list of just some of the events and gigs this week in the Scunthorpe area. You can request a review for an event or send in events via mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org or the form.
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Tuesday 21st November the Baths Hall was packed for a night with Russell Brand for his latest tour Re: Birth. Continue reading Review // Russell Brand Re: Birth Tour
As you know the club Showboat/Storm has been shut for a couple of months now. Unlike a lot of night spots in town, it is re opening soon! Continue reading NEW Nightclub // Will this fill the VOID?
A bit of a busy night last Friday first stop was Plowright and then a hop, skip & jump to The Lincoln Imp to make it in time for local rising rock stars Skarlett Riot to take to the stage.
Upon my arrival the audience were spilling out the double doors into the corridor just because of the shear volume of fans local and out of town. Skarlett Riot rarely play the Scunthorpe gig scene and if they do then you will usually find them at The Lincoln Imp, why? well probably because it has a great light & sound set up and it’s a good place to have a mosh.
As usual the band managed to gather a crowd right up to the barriers, with lots of enthusiastic head banging and jumping about.The band powered through tracks new and old, with fan classics like Tear Me down and Rock and Roll queen along with obviously the new EP tracks.
There’s not really much need to talk about their music as you can listen for yourself but this band really has the full package from the style, vocals, melodic anthems right down to the almost theatrical Alt rock performance they put on for their fans. The female Skarlett’s range is impressive and powerful, backed up by the boys to compliment the sound and push it that bit further. Skarlett Riot still remain to be one of the best local live band performances I have witness and believe me I have witnessed quite a lot.
The energy and atmosphere they stir up in a room leads to a great gig experience even for someone that maybe wouldn’t usually listen to alternative music.Their tunes are infectious and stay with you even after you have left with your ears ringing and sweat dripping down your forehead.
Skarlett Riots new EP and merch is now available via Itunes & amazon!
Check out their latest video release on Youtube. The band regularly get airplay on BBC Introducing/Kerrang radio and video play requested on Scuzz TV. Kerrang has also just rated and reviewed their new EP so check that out.