Ronseal headline does what it says on the tin – it’s been confirmed today that Hevy 2013 won’t be festival in the camping-outside-stages-in-a-field way at all, but rather will take the form of a series of gigs taking place in and around London.
There is more than one artist with this name:
1) Heights are a four-piece band hailing from Hertfordshire in the United Kingdom formed in 2009.
Alex Montgomery - Vocals
Dean Richardson - Guitar
Tom Green - Guitar
Tom Hutton - Drums
In June 2011 Heights released their debut album 'Dead Ends'. Their follow up album is scheduled for release in the later part of 2012
2) Heights are a 3 piece instrumental band from Wokingham in the United Kingdom
Starting in late 2006 Read more on Last.fm
Heights on Thrash Hits
March 21st, 2013
Although they’re forced to call themselves “Ghost B.C” in America now, here in the UK the Jägermeister Music Tour is still headlined by a band called Ghost. There’s no legal issues so far as we or anyone else we know can think of regarding Gojira and The Defiled being forced to use different name when stateside, so how about we cut all this introductory chit-chat and get right to the photos, okay?
Live: Devil Sold His Soul, Heights, Heart Of A Coward + Steak Number Eight @ London Underworld – 08 November 2012
November 12th, 2012
What do get when you mix four Belgians, Milton Keynes tech metallers, some Welwyn Garden City hardcore kids and Devil Sold His Soul? The Metal Hammer 2012 Razor Tour, of course. And while it’s one of the less obvious four-band touring bills around, Tom Dare thought it looked like a good one, so we sent him off to Camden to review it. From which he came back half-blind.
Six things we learned when The Metal Hammer Razor Tour came to London: [Read more →]
August 9th, 2010
From Sea to Sky
by Tomas Doyle
Instrumental music is and elusive little beast. Without a vocal focus the entire song writing process shifts and the melodicism of guitars, bass and even drums are thrown, kicking and screaming, into the foreground. Any band attempting to make a purely instrumental record needs to ensure that the wealth of ideas that they and their respective instruments bring to the table are sufficient to retain the interest of the listener throughout the duration of an entire album.