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Skarlett Riot

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‘Their coming-of-age debut hits hard, and proves this young UK crew having been saving their best material for this very moment." KKKK - Kerrang!

‘…this is one of the best debuts from a young band in a very long time. A brilliant example of modern rock music.’ 9/10 Powerplay

‘It's rare to hear a band sounding this confident… and on their full length debut too. …they’re here to stay" 4/5 - Big Cheese

‘…the kind of brashness and confidence that hints at bigger things to come. …they’re already too good, and loud, to be ignored.’ 8/10 - Rocksound

‘’Tear Me Down’ is punchy and highly energetic…instant hooks and addictive melodies… a great full length debut…’ Fireworks Magazine

‘This really is an impressive debut from a band that, all things being equal, should become huge this year.’ 9/10 Soundscape

‘This Scunthorpe band have managed to squeeze all the hallmarks of a great rock album into four rollicking tracks’ 7/10 - Metal Hammer

'...in front woman Skarlett they have one of the most exciting vocal talents in the UK...' Powerplay

About Skarlett Riot…

It’s fair to say that UK quartet Skarlett Riot don’t lack confidence. As anyone that’s had the pleasure of witnessing this young four-piece live will attest to.

In an already jam-packed career Skarlett Riot have wowed audiences at Download (earning a 4K live review from Kerrang!) , Reading, Leeds, Bloodstock, Hard Rock Hell and a host of other festivals. They've also shared stages across the UK with the likes of Funeral For A Friend, Deaf Havana, The Darkness, Wednesday 13, D-A-D, Reckless Love, Heaven’s Basement, Periphery, Firewind, Black Spiders, Taking Dawn, L.A Guns, Glamour Of The Kill, Crashdiet, Vains Of Jenna, Francesqa plus many more.

The band announced on Monday 4th March that they've been confirmed as main support on Edguy's upcoming UK tour.

Formed back in 2010, this female-fronted band were soon taking their local scene by storm with their powerful, riff-led songs, blending melody and grit with a muscular garage rock’n’roll backbone. Add to that an ear for infectious hooks, and you have a band that not only has bags of attitude but the songs to back them up!

The band’s debut EP, the critically acclaimed "Villain", set the benchmark high and led to glowing praise within the rock community; Big Cheese, Kerrang, Powerplay, Rocksound were all glowing in their praise. The band released a music video in support of the EP which hit rotation on Scuzz and Kerrang TV which led to the band landed a slot at the legendary Download festival where the band were invited to open the Pepsi Max stage. A chance they grabbed with both hands and earnt themselves another 4K review in Kerrang, as well as a place in Scuzz TV’s ‘Top 40 Bands Who Rocked Download’ piece.

The band have enjoyed continued support from Kerrang TV and Scuzz for the videos from their acclaimed debut album 'Tear Me Down'.

2013 has seen the band release their debut album, ‘Tear Me Down’ to rave reviews across the rock press, including 4K’s in Kerrang, 4/5 in Big Cheese, 9/10 in Powerplay, 9/10 in Soundscape magazine amongst a plethora of amazing reactions across the board.

Their first single from the album, the anthemic ‘Faded Memory’ saw the band earning support from Radio 1, who added the band to their daytime playlist and led to the band being featured on national shows from Sara Cox, Greg James, Scott Mills and Huw Stephens amongst others. The band have also featured on Kerrang Radio , Team Rock as well as being added to the playlists of a host of regional shows.

Doors 6:30PM, age 14+

SAT 10 OCT

 
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