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Breed 77 on Thrash Hits
August 11th, 2013
Breed 77, the band that will not die, live on stage at Bloodstock Open Air 2013.
June 5th, 2013
It’s a thrashy double-header for next year’s Hammerfest – today the festival confirmed that its 2014 headliners will be German thrash metal titans, Kreator, and veteran US thrashers Overkill.
Also joining the bill for next year’s festival are Soilwork, Grand Magus, Unleashed, Earthtone9, Breed 77, Enthroned, Paragon, Annihilated, and Gravil. Tickets are on sale now from the official Hammerfest website, with the price varying on how many people you want in your room. Get on it now, as with an opening line-up announcement like that, next year’s event is already looking pretty damn tasty.
April 12th, 2010
In the continued game of one-upmanship that Download and Sonisphere have been engaging in for no good reason, today Download decided to annouce thirty acts. How the hell are we supposed to come up with enough snide and bitchy comments about thirty bloody bands? I ask you.
October 6th, 2009
March 3rd, 2009
When it came to the second full day of the first ever Hellfire Festival, Thrash Hits was looking forward to hour upon hour of the cream of young British metal talent tearing up North London like an runaway JCB. Instead we got something more akin to a out-of-control Mini Cooper – sure, at times it felt dangerous, but at times it felt as dangerous as an episode of Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em.
September 29th, 2006
Always the bridesmaid, never the birde. As seemingly the eternal support band, it’s also the story of Breed 77‘s career. Degenerate jobsworth, Hugh Platt, went down to the Camden Underworld to see if they can escape their rut.
EDITOR’S NOTE: This interview was originally published on MusicTowers.com. It is re-printed here with their full permission.
There’s a low murmur of background chit chat at the Underworld tonight, but otherwise it’s oddly quiet. Then you realize the PA hasn’t been turned on for some reason, and somehow it all seems like a silent mocking commentary on Breed 77’s career. When is someone going to turn it on?