سعر جنيه الذهب السعودي Influenced by bands such as Deaf Havana and Bring Me The Horizon, Venatici combine elements of modern hard rock, post hardcore and electronic music to create their sound.
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try here Zak Rothwell, guitarist of Venatici, said: “Losing Sleep was written at end of a long and unstable relationship. Lyrically it’s quite all over the place because that’s where my head was at the time, constantly bombarded with huge conflicting emotions.”
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Manchester-based Pop Punk act Storm Harbour have joined the Red Cardinal Music family.
Taking influences from acts such as Fall Out Boy, The Wonder Years, Muse and The Story So Far, the band combine old school pop punk elements with a modern electric twist.
The band released their debut self-titled EP in 2016 to a fantastic reception.
“This self-titled release is definitely something we’ll be jamming to for a while. So if 90s inspired alt rock infused pop punk is your thing, check out Storm Harbour.” – Hit The Floor
“As a whole, the EP is beautifully written. Ally’s impressive vocals keep strong throughout the record. The stabbing guitar riffs throughout the EP gives it body along with the drums also. You should definitely give this a spin if you’re a fan of Fall Out Boy, Neck Deep, The Wonder Years and All Time Low. I can guarantee that you won’t be disappointed.” – Alt Corner
Earlier this year the band returned with their second EP “First Place For Faking Friendships” with the lead single “Fool Me Twice” and turned heads with their energy.
“Their signature style is on full display as the upbeat Pop Punk sound mixes with an easy to sing along to chorus to create a stunner of a track. All the tracks on the EP could be singles with their highly accessible nature. Do yourself a favor and check these guys out right away.” – From The Depth
Liam Connolly, band manager of Storm Harbour, said “The band grabbed my attention with their choruses and old school Pop Punk hooks, so I had to work with them. I really can’t wait to get them out on the road so more people can check them out.”
Fans can catch Storm Harbour at the following upcoming gigs:
Oct 24 – Satans Hollow, Manchester w/ Coast to Coast, Medlock and Passionflower
Oct 28 – Outpost, Liverpool w/ Oaths, Venatici and Pysonia
After an 18 month hiatus, Manchester based post-hardcore band Oaths are returning to the live music scene. Red Cardinal Music is welcoming them back with gigs in Manchester and Liverpool with support from Venatici on both dates.
At the start of the year Oaths shared a video for Sick, a song recorded during their hiatus before teasing a comeback in August.
Manchester based Venatici have recently released their single “Stay Up With Me” and plan to release another single to make its live debut at the Manchester show.
The Manchester gig will take place at Zombie Shack with support from Passionflower and Animal Omens.
Passionflower, a Warrington based acoustic act with Emo/ Pop Punk and Post-Hardcore influences and a huge soulful voice will be playing his second Red Cardinal Music gig.
Animal Omens are a Manchester based 3 piece alternative rock band at the start of their musical journey.
Manchester based alt rock band Venatici have released the video for their new single, Stay Up With Me.
Influenced by bands such as Deaf Havana and Bring Me The Horizon, Venatici combine elements of modern hard rock, post hardcore and electronic music to create their sound.
Stay Up With Me features intricate vocal melodies within the verses and a huge chorus with atmospheric electronic undertones throughout.
Alex Hardiment, vocalist of Venatici, said: “Stay Up With Me is about the realisation that sometimes you can’t pull yourself out of a depressive hole by yourself and you might need friends and family.”
He added: “It’s about constantly waiting for a miracle to make things change in your life and realising that it won’t work without working for the change yourself.”
The track was recorded and produced by Innersound’s Sam Graves – known for his work
on Asking Alexandria’s album “The Black” – and Joe Graves.
Stay Up With Me is available to listen via iTunes, Spotify, Amazon and Bandcamp.
Venatici have recently signed to Red Cardinal Music Management with manager Liam Connolly.
Keep up to date with future band announcements on Venatici’s social media.
With influences such as Frank Turner, Deaf Havana, Hands Like Houses and Bring Me The Horizon, Venatici combine elements of Modern Hard Rock, Post Hardcore and Electronic music to create their sound.
Formed at the end of 2017, Venatici began 2018 with the release of their debut single ‘White Flag’ to a great reception including radio play on Kerrang Fresh Blood. The band’s second single ‘Who I’ll Be’ debuted on the Kerrang Fresh Blood Show with Alex Baker.
Despite only playing one gig so far, in their hometown of Manchester, their Spotify Channel has had over 30k streams and they continue to gain traction.
Liam Connolly, band manager of Venatici, said “Venatici are a talented band with a great work ethic. I’m really looking forward to working with them!”
Weekend tickets for the festival are available to purchase in advance £26 or on the door for £30 and will include entry to the afterparties for over 18s. Day tickets are also available to purchase for £15 in advance or £18 on the door.
Charlotte NC based metalcore band Violent Life Violent Death have joined Red Cardinal Music for all future bookings in the UK.
Inspired by bands such as Every Time I Die, Hatebreed, A Life Once Lost & Zao, Violent Life Violent Death combine visceral vocals and intricate “fight riffs” to create their late 1990’s/early 2000’s sound with a new-school approach.
Despite their short time as a band, members of Violent Life Violent Death have a wealth of experience in past projects including Deception of a Ghost (Trustkill/Bullet Tooth), A Stained Glass Romance (Torque/Victory), and Aria (Tribunal).
Their first studio album “V-EP,” recorded at Rareform Recordings, was self-released in December 2016 to a fantastic reception.
“The vocals from Scott Cowan have an extreme metal flair to them, and when mixed with the band’s more eloquent guitar work, the band are clearly fans of metal, yet V-EP, has sections where the rhythm takes a real two-stepable turn plus buildups amongst plenty of heavy hardcore elements thrown into the mix, especially in the verses. The entire EP shows off the band’s technical craft, whether that’s through the band’s intricate riffage or Cowan’s vocals, down to the songwriting itself, the EP is five tracks of pure venom and brutal aggression. Tracks like Straight Teeth, and Silver Eyes both mix rapid instrumentals that create an air of turmoil in the track below Cowan’s rancorous vocals, but the tracks then go to more succinct and groove centric fields that suits the band just as well, and the tracks still feel one and brilliant.” – Invicta Mag
VLVD are known in the US as a band with a fantastic life show.
“I’ve seen these guys several times now and they just keep getting better. Their stage presence gets better each time, and their sound gets tighter and tighter. Their sound is definitely a throwback to the early 2000’s metalcore that was huge in NC, without being boring; it sounds familiar, while still sounding very new.” – Shutter 16
Liam Connolly, UK booking agent, said: “Violent Life Violent Death are a fantastic band with a huge live show and I am very excited to be working with them. You can expect to see a full UK tour announced soon!”
If you would like to book dates for VLVD in the UK, drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with details.
US fans can catch Violent Life Violent Death at the following upcoming dates:
Sep 09 – Club Orion, Greensboro NC w/ Peacekeepers, Decimated, Born Hollow, Beshiba and more
Sep 30 – Live Wire Rock Bar, Florence SC w/ Take Heart, Peacekeepers, Soul Press and Backslide
Liam Connolly, founder of Deadbolt, said: “Deadbolt Festival 2017 is our biggest event to date with six stages and several afterparties during the weekend. We are very grateful for the response to the event so far and cannot wait to let everyone know what else we have up our sleeves for the festival!”
He added: “Each of our sponsors will be bringing their own unique party ideas or special offers for festival goers and we will be able to announce more about this in the coming weeks. For anyone who has never been to a Deadbolt event before, expect chaos!”
Weekend tickets for the festival are available to purchase now for £26 and will include entry to the afterparties for over 18s. Limited Early Bird tickets are available for £20. Day tickets are also available to purchase for £15.
After hosting six successful intimate clubnights, Zero Club will be warming up for their next clubnight with the first Zero Club Live event featuring Manchester alt-rock/grunge inspired acts Altar Flowers, Happy Animal and Garsoons.
Altar Flowers have recently released a new video for their single Dead Leaves.
Happy Animal also recently released a new video for their debut single Friends With The Devil.
All three of these acts will also be playing at Deadbolt Festival on Saturday 30th September.
Advance tickets are available for £4 via Fatsoma, Skiddle and our website. Entry on the door will be £6. Zero Club Live tickets include entry to the Zero Club clubnight immediately after.
Anyone who attends Manchester Pride and has a wristband for the Big Weekend, if they show their ticket on the door they will get a special entry price of £2.
Attendees of Zero Club can expect to hear the usual mix of grunge, geek rock, riot grrrl and 90s generation X anthems. To find out more about the event and make song requests for the night, join the facebook event and get involved.
Advance tickets for the clubnight part of Zero Club are available for £3 via Fatsoma, Skiddle and our website. Entry on the door will be £4.
Liam Connolly, founder of Deadbolt, said: “This is our biggest event to date and we’re humbled by the great response we’ve had so far. We have a lot more to announce for both the festival and our afterparties so keep your eyes peeled!”