I can think of few artists who can pound a venue with such ferocious riffs and still leave the audience beaming from ear-to-ear at the conclusion. Sheer metal heaven, the ‘Transcendence’ tour was aptly named. 10
The Dan Reed Network are one of those rare bands that leaves you with a soppy grin plastered over your face and at least a fleeting feeling that the world could be so much more if everybody approached life with the same spirit of unity.
The audience left sweaty and drained, but also euphoric at yet another reminder of the near-spiritual power of live music at its best.
The Broken Witt Rebels bought their untamed rock 'n' roll show to Leicester - check out our full review.
...the electricity generated by the band is unmistakable and Robben cannot return to these shores soon enough.
His solos are blistering, his vocals faultless and, behind him, one of the best blues bands ever to grace a stage.
...Trivium left a devastated Leicester behind them ...
Ultimately Hush Hush #10 was not about the film or even the stunning performance from Arabrot. It was about an immersive, shared experience...