Read the title again. Lavotchkin, Crocus and run,WALK!. Three great bands driving around the UK playing gigs together. We are happy about this. If you’re not happy about it, you’re a fool.
Lavotchkin/Crocus/run,WALK! June 2011 tourdates 07 Sheffield The Earl 08 Edinburgh The Banshee Labyrinth 09 Newcastle The Northumberland Arms 10 Leeds The Well 11 Kingston The Cricketers 12 Southampton Crushtival @ The Hobbit 13 Brighton The Hydrant 14 London The Old Blue Last 15 Birmingham The Flapper
The cult classic documentary Heavy Metal Parking Lot celebrates a quarter of a century or its silver jubilee or its 25th birthday this year. The good news is that you can watch the whole thing right here.
If you haven’t heard about the first gig of 2011 that you really, really need to attend, then you must have been hiding under a rock for the past month. The Ghost of a Thousand are headlining it and singer, Tom Lacey has designed the poster. Check it the heck out.
Panic At The Disco recorded the strings for their second album, Pretty. Odd. at Abbey Road studios in London. While they were there, someone had a camera and recorded the cheeky chappies doing stuff like singing their rather popular single, ‘Nine In The Afternoon’ and talking to the camera.
You can watch clips of both of those things below or scroll down a little bit further and enter a competition to win some Panic At The Disco swag which includes CDs, stickers and posters.
Watch Panic At The Disco performing ‘Nine In The Afternoon’ at Abbey Road
Because there are less than two minutes of the song on the clip, you might want more. Good news, if you live in America you can actually watch this on television.
This must be quite exciting, unless you have the internet and if you’re reading this, you must have the internet! You can still tune in to the Sundance Channel to watch it on your massive plasma screen.
Watch an interview with Ryan Ross from Panic At The Disco at Abbey Road
Back to the important business of winning things that you don’t really need or want, but you’ll take and enjoy because they’re free…
To enter this great competition to win a bunch of Panic At The Disco swag, just enter the competition by answering the following question.
What is the title of Panic At The Disco’s debut album?
Email your answer with your name and a contact telephone number to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Panic! Disco!” as the subject. The closing date for entries is 10am Friday, 01 August 2008. The winner will be notified by telephone or email.