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.
No Made Sense were a progressive/experimental rock band from the UK.
The band finished and self-released its second album in 2011. It's available for streaming or free download at this address - http://www.newseasonnewblues.com/
All members are currently working on new projects.
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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.
Here comes another experimental metal band from Berkshire. This is No Made Sense. Drummer, Sam Ward talks to us about losing his cat for two months and hating New Year’s Eve. Crazy fool!
What was your highlight of 2008?
Finally finishing our album (it took nine months!) or the Exit Ten show in Reading, great gig, great beer, great friends.
What’s the worst thing that happened to you in 2008?
My cat went missing for eight weeks but he came back… 2008 was pretty uneventful.