January is always a quiet month for gigs but one person has decided to change all of that. After two successful charity gigs, Help for Heroes 3 will start your gig year off with a great line up of local bands… Continue Reading
Krissie has issued a statement about her future with the South Wales rockers and it’s not brilliant reading for fans of the band that we all know and love. Krissie has given the band every opportunity to find a new vocalist… Continue Reading
Its been a week since the Steelhouse Festival 2016 and I’m still recovering from my third weekend up on the mountain. As per usual, a great experience slightly tweaked this year by the addition of Solar Panels in the old… Continue Reading
As a seasoned veteran of the Steelhouse Festival; Ok it’s my third weekend on the Mountain, I thought it might be wise to pass on my wisdom with how best to prepare for such a great weekend. As well as… Continue Reading
The Steelhouse Battle of the Bands winners Everyday Heroes have confirmed that their EP is ready, ahead of their Friday opening slot at this years festival. Posted today on their Facebook page, the boys should have the disc ready for… Continue Reading
The Steelhouse Festival 2016 have decided who will open the festival and christen the stage on the Friday Night. Newport rockers Everyday Heroes beat off fierce competition from five other bands at Fuel Rock Club this very evening. A massive… Continue Reading
Fuel Rock Club will host a battle of the bands for one local band to open the stage at this years Steelhouse Festival. They’ll join Those Damn Crows and Buffalo Summer to warm up the early arrivals atop the Mountain.… Continue Reading
What else to say? Anvil at The Globe in October. Nice!
In July, South London riff-monsters Stoneghost will be heading out as main support on a 9 date UK tour with British metal beasts Raging Speedhorn. Talking about the tour the band excitedly say; “We’re delighted, stoked and fuckin’ proud to be hitting the road… Continue Reading
The Dead Daisies have sent a message to the Steelhouse family. There are no whales in Wales.