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Live: Lamb of God @ London Brixton Academy – Saturday, 13th February 2010

February 16th, 2010

Almost a year to the day since their last London show, Lamb of God returned to Brixton on Saturday. We sent the new kid, Tom Dare, to investigate.

Once again, Lamb of God prove why they have built a reputation as one of the live bands of recent years. Once again, the PA does its utmost to fuck things up for them.

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Faith No More re-confirm Reading and Leeds Festival 2009 appearances via… tshirt

June 11th, 2009

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We all know that Download Festival 2009 headliners, Faith No More self-confirmed Reading and Leeds Festival appearances on their website in April and then took them down immediately.

Last night, FNM were selling tour tshirts for their The Seconds Coming Tour at their Brixton Academy reunion show with those dates and more unconfirmed dates in Scotland and Ireland on. Re-confirmed!

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Faith No More to play shows in London and Scotland before Download Festival

April 23rd, 2009

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Don’t ask us how we know. We shouldn’t know. The person we heard it from shouldn’t have told us. And they’re not supposed to know about it either. What in the name of unholy Hell are we on about? Well, Thrash Hits has heard from a reputable source that Faith No More are playing shows in both London and Scotland in the week prior to their headline slot at this year’s Download Festival.

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Photos + Live: Lamb of God, Dimmu Borgir, Unearth & Five Finger Death Punch @ London Brixton Academy – 14 February 2009

February 18th, 2009

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There’s a lot we could say about the Defenders of the Faith show in Brixton. We could mention Five Finger Death Punch’s use of nu-metal poses to start a mosh pit before 7pm. Or how Unearth rattle through more chest-thumping riffs in a 30 minute set than some bands do in their entire careers. Or maybe how Dimmu Borgir should really start crediting their smoke machine as the seventh member of the band. But really, Sunday night in Brixton was all about one band – Lamb of God.

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