Last week was an unusual one, it's not every day that horror punk legend and Misfits ex guitarist, Doyle Von Frankenstein, hits up the little South Wales town, Bridgend for a riff packed night in their local independent venue, Hobos. Accompanied by WARD XVI And The DEAD XIII, it looked to be a horror filled night.
A whirlwind of emotion and chaos tore through Bridgend a few nights ago in the form of Loathe & Holding Absence on their UK leg of a co-headline tour. Supporting them were Parting Gift and Modern Error. Check out Nathan's images below.
Mounds of stained snow lay in organised piles around Birmingham’s Barclaycard arena as people slowly filed in through the front doors and into the welcomed arms of warmth from the vast venue.
Of Mice & Men were up first and although the set contained no flashy stage production with the exception of their huge band-title backdrop, their technique and song catalogue was a fitting warm-up for the acts to follow. Since Aaron Pauley’s decision to move...
Nathan got his dancing shoes on and spent a night with the Ska Punk legends Reel Big Fish. Joining them were the politcally fueled Anti Flag with added good vibes from Mad Caddies and Fire Ball's hottest band of 2017, Sweet Little Machine!