MY FAVOURITE CONCERT MEMORY: Thieves of Liberty’s Simeon Robson on Rammstein

Thieves of Liberty, for the unaware, are a badass band from the North Eastern UK, and they rule. Their latest single ‘Medicine Wizard’ is a banger! They are one of the opening bands on the upcoming Fireball sponsored Fuelling The Fire Tour with Less Than Jake, Goldfinger, Save Ferris, and DJ Matt Stocks performing every night along with the contest winner of Fireball’s Hottest Band Competition for each city the tour hits. Thieves of Liberty’s Simeon Robson shared her favorite concert memory ever with our readers, centering around a very special night with Rammstein! Continue reading

MY FAVORITE CONCERT MEMORY: Pleiades on The Dillinger Escape Plan, Gallows and More!

Post-Hardcore band Pleiades are releasing their new EP, At Your Mercy via the AWAL label this week, on May 31st. Some of the guys in the band submitted themselves to our unforgiving feature, recounting their single favorite concert ever. Pre-order the EP at this link here,  check out their new video, and their stories. Continue reading

MY FAVORITE CONCERT MEMORY: Danny Garland of Phoxjaw

Bristol UK Math rock band Phoxjaw just completed a tour of the UK opening for Black Peaks last week. The band has supported their late 2018 EP Goodbye Dinosaur and earning rave reviews. Bassist/vocalist Danny Garland shares his Favorite Concert Memories ever with Ghost Cult since he couldn’t pick just one! Continue reading

MY FAVORITE CONCERT MEMORY: Casey Aylward of Astronoid

Astronoid just released their stellar sophomore album via Blood Music. The band is currently on tour opening for Between The Buried and Me and Tesseract. Casey Aylward shares his Favorite Concert Memory in a guest post for Ghost Cult. Submitted for your approval: the greatest live band ever, The Dillinger Escape Plan!

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MY FAVOURITE CONCERT MEMORY: Matthieu Kirby of The Sunday Sadness

French dark-Pop Rock band The Sunday Sadness released their Self-Titled debut EP today! On the strength of several catchy singles in a row, the band is generating a lot of buzz in the underground. Vocalist Matthieu Kirby shared his favorite concert memory, a cherished time seeing Chase Atlantic in Paris with Ghost Cult, for our regular guest feature about concert memories! Enjoy the story and check out The Sunday Sadness!  Continue reading

MY FAVOURITE CONCERT MEMORY – Lee McKinney of Born of Osiris

As part of the build-up to the release of the Ghost Cult approved new Born of Osiris album The Simulation (Sumerian) you can read our review here – guitarist Lee McKinney reflects on a pivotal moment in his life – his first, and favourite, concert memory and how it led on to influencing his own playing. Continue reading

MY FAVOURITE CONCERT MEMORY – Matthew Sutton (TAYNE)

Tayne is a London based Experimental, Noise, Pop outfit by Matthew Sutton. Tayne’s music is an aural assault that weld moody, atmospheric vocals, punishing guitars and overwhelming electronics, to pulsating rhythms that create an intense listening. Debut album Breathe (Strange Brew) is out now. Continue reading

My Favourite Concert Memory – Conor Marshall of Conjurer

 

On the back of the brilliant debut full-length album, Mire (Holy Roar), UK Extreme Progressive Metal urchins Conjurer are set to head out round the UK with monolithic slabdraggers Conan. To prepare for a pairing heavier than a set of tectonic plates, Conor MarshallConjurer’s bass monkey, reminisced on what a great gig really needs… fuck riffs, innit… Continue reading

My Favourite Concert Memory: Tony Heinrich from Deathrite

Deathrite just released their new opus, Nightmares Reign via Century Media Records. In a guest post for Ghost Cult, frontman Tony Heinrich shares his favorite concert memory ever. Continue reading

MY FAVOURITE CONCERT MEMORY EVER: Matt Deamer Of Irk

Leeds UK math-rock band Irk are releasing their new album their debut album “Recipes from the Bible” on 7th December. In a guest post for Ghost Cult, drummer Matt Deamer shared his favorite concert memory ever. Continue reading