If you want to get yourselves some cheap tickets for the upcoming first ever Hellfire Club in May, then you bloody well better do it today – it’s the last chance you’ll have to pick them up at the discounted early-bird date.
There are at least three acts with the name Break Even:
1. Break Even are a melodic hardcore band from Perth, Western Australia that formed in 2005. The band is comprised of vocalist Mark "Mawds" Bawden, guitarist Stephen Sciutto, bassist Perri Basille and drummer Simon Dreja. The band also featured guitarist Rowan Willoughby until his death in 2008. Their first release was a demo, entitled Roar, in 2005. An EP, Young at Heart, followed in 2006. The band also recorded a split seven-inch with Something More. Read more on Last.fm
After their large-scale shindigs in London and Birmingham last year, Hellfire Festival has announced it’s first event for 2010: The Hellfire Club. This time they’re taking over Club Revolution in Peterborough for 3 days of the first in a series of smaller-in-scale but just-as-fucking-loud events.