Camden Rocks Festival Presents Massive plus Guests
Proud Camden, Camden Town, United Kingdom
Camden Rocks Festival proudly presents: 'Volatile Macho-Rock' Aussies Massive plus Sugarbowl & Black Market Aftermath live at Proud Camden
Massive - www.facebook.com/MassiveOz
Aussie hell raising rock n rollers Massive are returning this summer with a vengeance. Armed with an action packed live show, hard hitting riffs and soaring vocals, the Melbourne 4 piece have been working hard in the studio and with album number 3 on its way this rock n roll juggernaut wont be slowing down anytime soon. See you at the bar.
Assembled from parts lying around Melbourne in 2012, Massive are a volatile macho-rock engine fueled on adrenaline, lager and a determination to party hard. Known to travel thousands of miles across the baking desert between gigs, these riot-starting, fist swinging road dogs mean business.
The debut album ‘Full Throttle’ is a breakneck all-killer-no-filler record which is brimming with attitude. Tracks like ‘One By One’ fuses aggressive and anthemic choruses with eye-watering solos whilst the bass-heavy testosterone soaked ‘Dancefloor’ is more circle pit than ballroom. The menace and grit of the band comes out in tracks like ‘Big Trend Setter’ which is an egotistical explosion of pure Rock’n'Roll arrogance. ‘Now or Never’ is a white knuckle joyride with enough G-force to make your head spin and the middle-finger-to-the-man numbers like ‘Hollywood’ will whip up any crowd into an anarchic frenzy.
SUGARBOWL - www.facebook.com/
Blues Rock from London.
Black Market Aftermath - www.facebook.com/
Rock band Black Market Aftermath sprouted from the mind of Francesco D’Andrea, Film and TV Composer (his works featured in such shows as ”House”, “Mad Men”, “How I Met Your Mother”, “Glee”) and his collaboration with Walter Marini, singer-songwriter, and ex roadie.
“Their songs drips with raw emotion. “Sharp Thin Blade” is a garage rocker that wouldn’t be out of place on a Jack White record. ‘Come Naked’ is very good – and occasionally it’s better than that.” [MaximumVolumeMusic.com]