A Jokers Rage
2016 saw A Joker's Rage explode onto the festival scene up north with their face painted high octane rock show. You'd be a fool to look at their image and assume you've seen and heard it all before. These guys take influence from a liquorice alsorts of genres from hip hop, funk and dance to produce a heavy rock and metal cocktail that captures your attention from start to finish! Promoter Raz White spotted these guys and put them on his annual Rockmantic Weekender at the Birckyard in Carlisle back in February and from that point on the demand from fans, festivals and promoters alike became cosmic. The band have stormed stages at Hammerfest, SOS fest, Wildfire fest just to name a few and are now set to make their London debut at The Blackheart in Camden on Sat 10th December.
Looking for something fresh and exciting? well you've seen the rest, now see the best because this band has the minerals to become an arena touring band in no time.
Catch them locally while you have the chance! - Soundsphere Magazine.
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"Sometimes vulnerable, often vicious and always visceral, Black Sixteen are a dynamic emotionally charged dark grunge band with a heart of darkness laced with candy."
Eastroad are an alternative rock band from South London. Founded by brothers Rob and Will the band
used to rehearse on the 1st floor of a house next to a busy bus route. During rush hour buses would routinely stop right outside their window, allowing the guys to play their first gigs to large crowds of Transport of London customers. Eastroad take their
influences from InMe, Finch, AFI, Bullet For My Valentine and Bring Me The Horizon. Their energetic brand of alt/rock mixes punk and metal with great shout along choruses. The band's tracks have enjoyed support from Jim Gellatly and Aaron Phillips on Amazing
Radio. The band regularly gig in and around London, and have sold out The Borderline. Like their fan base, Eastroad like to party. During the last days of the 12 Bar Club on Denmark Street, the band offered the packed room free vodka shots on stage. It involved
bringing in bottles of vodka, 100 shot glasses, lining them up on the front of the stage and drinking with the audience. Told by the staff that they were in breach of the law for distributing unlicensed alcohol not purchased from the premises, the band just
spread their arms in innocence and continued to rock out until even the staff joined in.