Dead Harts - Mini Comeback Tour - Manchester

Deadbolt Live hosts Dead Harts’ Manchester’s live date

Deadbolt Live will be hosting the Manchester date of Dead Harts‘ mini tour on September 2nd at Retro Bar. Support comes from Only The Righteous, Golden Deathmask, Stitched and A Lost Cause.

Post-hardcore band Dead Harts will be playing a mix of their older and newer hits including “Tired Of Living”, released earlier this year.

Manchester based metalcore band Only The Righteous have been releasing new singles and playing gigs across the UK throughout 2022.
Dead Harts will be bringing along their good friends in hardcore-punk band Golden Deathmask.

Black Country based hardcore band Stitched have been playing gigs across the UK this years – including Metal 2 the Masses and supporting Hacktivist – and have released two new singles.

Manchester based metalcore band A Lost Cause are back for their second Deadbolt gig, they debuted at the 11th birthday party and hve released their first single since.

Advance tickets are available for £8 via See Tickets, Skiddle, Fatsoma, Ticketline, Ticketweb and our website. Entry on the door will be £10.

Stay up to date with announcements on the Facebook event.

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Deadbolt is celebrating its eleventh birthday at The Bread Shed

Alternative party Deadbolt is celebrating their eleventh birthday on Saturday April 2nd in Manchester at the venue where it all began – The Bread Shed (then known as The Zoo).

Deadbolt is known in Manchester and Liverpool as a chaotic clubnight where people can enjoy a party vibe a little different from the traditional clubbing experiences. Deadbolt creates a house party atmosphere with live performances, interactive games and giveaways – and all of this is to a mix of emo, metal, rock, pop punk and alternative anthems.

Even though Deadbolt currently operates in Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield and Nottingham, Deadbolt has been involved with events in other cities including London, Edinburgh, Bangor, Dublin, Bristol, York, and Charlotte (North Carolina, USA). They have seen guest appearances from many acts within the alternative scene including Funeral For A Friend, Benji Webbe (Skindred), Tek-One and Hot Milk amongst many others.

The birthday party will once again feature live music from a varied selection of the very best up and coming acts the UK has to offer, followed by a huge clubnight with guest DJ sets and giveaways all night from several of the best independent brands in the alternative scene.

The event kicks off at 6:30pm, with live performances from Downcast, Where Oceans Burn, Death & Taxes, Hometruths, Aleya and A Lost Cause.

The huge clubnight will immediately follow the live show, with guest DJs and Deadbolt favourites Bury Tomorrow, the return of Sean Smith and a takeover from Skull & Bones Boys Club clothing. They will be joined by normal Deadbolt residents LJC, Bekkiness and Ronnie B.

Former Manchester rock night staple Rock Kitchen will once again be resurrected for a reunion set playing a selection of favourites from the much-loved Saturday tradition.

In true Deadbolt spirit, brands who have worked with the night will also be showcased with stalls scattered over the venue supporting the independent brands that make the alternative scene what it is. Companies such as Unusual Horror, Catch Pro Wrestling, Main Events, Good Omens Tattoo, Blasphemy Cult and Kadupuluk will have a presence on the night.

Liam Connolly, founder and director of Deadbolt said : “It’s going to be so much fun for everyone being back in the room where we started. Since then they’ve had so much investment into the production side so we’re hoping to put on a really good show for the loyal crowd as well as newcomers alike. We’re excited to welcome back Deadbolt legends Bury Tomorrow and SABBC for this birthday, as we’ve been asked to get them back so many times over the past few years.”

He added : “I wanted to really support the independent brands we’ve worked with and those from the local area, we’ve always had that mindset from day one and I feel that has always separated us from the same old, same old nights and the endless stream of hollow nostalgia nights. We’ve always wanted to give people more than the same songs, a dance floor and a bar. A night out can always be more than that. I’m confident this birthday will be an absolute blast, we certainly have the bill for it!”

Tickets for this event are available via the Red Cardinal Music website, See Tickets, Skiddle, Fatsoma, Ticketweb and Ticketline. To find out more, visit the Deadbolt’s social media pages below.

www.facebook.com/deadboltclub

www.twitter.com/deadboltclub

www.instagram.com/deadboltclub

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The Faces of Sarah at Star & Garter - Oct 19 - Red Cardinal Music

The Faces of Sarah are warming up for their 20th anniversary show at Star & Garter

The Faces of Sarah will be warming up for their huge 20th Anniversary Show in London with a Red Cardinal Music gig at The Star & Garter in Manchester on Friday 11th October. Support comes from Manchester based bands Woski, Oxbloods and A Lake of Ayes.

Formed in 1999, London based rock band The Faces of Sarah released their debut album 24 and Misery Turns E.P on Spiky Black Cat Records to a fantastic media reception and worldwide plays in clubs. After a few years of being on hiatus, the band are returning for their 20 year anniversary.

Woski are an alternative folk rock band with a psychedelic edge. They have spent the last two years building a fan base by gigging across North England and releasing their EP “Where Are You Now?”

Oxbloods combine alternative rock with hints of pop to create their sound – for fans of Lower Than Atlantis, Bring Me The Horizon and Nothing But Thieves. Their debut EP “Collisions” was released to a great reception from reviewers naming them as a band to be watched.

A Lake of Ayes are a post rock/shoegaze instrumental band formed earlier this year. Despite only releasing one official single, they have played several gigs in the Midlands and North.

Advance tickets are available for £4 via Ticketline, Ticketweb, See Tickets, Skiddle, Fatsoma and our website. Entry on the door will be £7. This is an 18+ event and ID will be required to enter.

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Deadbolt DJs Support The HU at Manchester Academy

Deadbolt DJs are opening up for The HU at Manchester Academy

Deadbolt DJs Liam Connolly and Tomm Thomas are opening up for Mongolian heavy metal band The HU at Manchester Academy on Wednesday 12th June.

The HU is a band that blends heavy metal and traditional Mongolian throat singing.  Their first two videos “Yuve Yuve Yu” and “Wolf Totem” immediately went viral garnering the band over 18 million views.

During their DJ set, Liam and Tomm will be playing a mix of rock and metal to warm up the crowd before the headlining act.

The HU at Manchester Academy is completely sold out with no tickets available on the door. Doors are at 7.30pm and all ages are welcome. Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult over 18 at all times.

This is a DHP Family Event – find out more about their events on their website.

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Oaths return to the live music scene with Red Cardinal Music

After an 18 month hiatus, Manchester based post-hardcore band Oaths are returning to the live music scene. Red Cardinal Music is welcoming them back with gigs in Manchester and Liverpool with support from Venatici on both dates.

At the start of the year Oaths shared a video for Sick, a song recorded during their hiatus before teasing a comeback in August.

Manchester based Venatici have recently released their single “Stay Up With Me” and plan to release another single to make its live debut at the Manchester show.

The Manchester gig will take place at Zombie Shack with support from Passionflower and Animal Omens.

Passionflower, a Warrington based acoustic act with Emo/ Pop Punk and Post-Hardcore influences and a huge soulful voice will be playing his second Red Cardinal Music gig.

Animal Omens are a Manchester based 3 piece alternative rock band at the start of their musical journey.

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Advance tickets are available for £4 via See Tickets, Skiddle, Fatsoma and our website. Entry on the door will be £6.

The Liverpool gig will take place at Outpost with support from Storm Harbour and Pysonia.

Storm Harbour, a Manchester based pop punk band, released Fool Me Twice earlier this year from their EP “First Place For Faking Friendship”.

Pysonia have been a main stay in the Liverpool scene with their unique metal sound.

Advance tickets are available for £4 via See Tickets, Skiddle, Fatsoma and our website. Entry on the door will be £6.

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Deadbolt Live hosts Luke Rainsford “I Feel At Home With You” Manchester date

Deadbolt Live, in association with Pop Punk Takeover, will be hosting the Manchester date of Luke Rainsford‘s “I Feel At Home With You” Tour on December 9th at Zombie Shack. Support comes from You Know The Drill, Hover Bored, Cave Canem and Passionflower.

Acoustic Emo / Pop Punk artist Luke Rainsford will be playing his second album “I Feel At Home With You”, released earlier this year, in its entirety with a full band.

Midlands based pop punk band You Know The Drill, who are currently working on a new acoustic EP will be playing in Manchester for the first time since Deadbolt Festival.

Cave Canem, a solo acoustic pop punk/alternative artist from Birmingham, has recently recorded a split EP with Gilmour.

Passionflower, a Warrington based acoustic act with Emo/ Pop Punk and Post-Hardcore influences will be opening the show for his first Manchester performance.

Advance tickets are available for £3 via See Tickets, Skiddle and our website. Entry on the door will be £5.

Stay up to date with announcements on the Facebook event.

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Deadbolt Festival announces bands, including Holding Absence, and stage splits

Deadbolt Festival have announced that Holding Absence and Carry The Crown have joined the line up for the weekend along with the stage splits and names.

This announcement also comes at the same time that, unfortunately, Oceans Ate Alaska have had pull out of this year’s Deadbolt Festival due to personal reasons.

Due to the huge response for our competition to play, we have chosen two winners. Safeguard will be joining the bill on Saturday and Sworn To Secrecy on Sunday.

The stage splits for the event reveal a pop punk Fireball Stage at Bread Shed on both Saturday and Sunday; a metalcore stage dedicated to Sophie Lancaster at Factory on Saturday; an alt-rock Pabst Blue Ribbon stage at Zombie Shack on Saturday; a mixed Deadbolt stage at Gorilla on Sunday; and a heavy Live Without Regret Stage at Underdog on Sunday.

Stage Splits are as follows:

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Fireball Stage

WSTR,  WeatherstateCoast to CoastTuskensCatch FireBetter Than NeverMontrozeLuke RainsfordThe Young Hearts and Safeguard

Sophie Stage

Martyr DefiledCarcer CityContinentsBordersAll At SeaI Cried WolfValliersFrom InsideEveryday Sidekicks, and Recovery.

Pabst Blue Ribbon Stage

Kamikaze GirlsDearist, Dire BloomPeur, Hover BoredAltar FlowersElevator LadyHappy Animal and Garsoons.

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Deadbolt Stage

ShieldsHolding AbsenceInklingsCall Me AmourCarry The CrownSweet Little MachineVeridianParting GiftCascadeAutumn Ruin, and Midnight Drive.

Fireball Stage

JuniorHome WreckedYou Know The DrillDeadset DreamAs December FallsVictory LaneMaypineBetter Days, Storm Harbour and Tirade.

Live Without Regret Stage

CarbineBlack CoastCoveLifetightInvisionsThe Temple,  IllusionsLotus EaterRemenitions, Sworn to Secrecy, and Chainsaw Castration.

Weekend tickets for the festival are available to purchase in advance £26 or on the door for £30 and will include entry to the afterparties for over 18s. Day tickets are also available to purchase for £15 in advance or £18 on the door.

Buy tickets from our websiteFatsomaSkiddleSee Tickets and Ticketline.

Keep up to date with announcements on the Facebook event page.

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Vote for your favourite UK band to play Deadbolt Festival 2017!

We need your help choosing the final band to play Deadbolt Festival 2017!

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Deadbolt Festival is a two day festival running over the weekend of Saturday 30th September and Sunday 1st October with 6 stages over the two days. It features a range of rock and metal sub genres including, but not limited to, metalcore, pop punk, hardcore, post-hardcore and alternative rock. Find links to the bands’ Facebook pages and buy tickets here.

The event is sponsored by Fireball Whisky, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Live Without Regret Clothing, Vocalzone, Street Cars and Level Phase who will be adding their own twists to the party!

The band who receives the most votes from festival goers will win the chance play on one of the stages at Deadbolt Festival alongside bands such as WSTR, Martyr Defiled, Oceans Ate Alaska, Junior, Kamikaze Girls and many more.

buy clomid in new zealand As we are no longer taking band submissions, this is the only way that a band will be able to join our huge bill.

Let us know who you think deserves to fill our final slot using the Survey Monkey voting form below!

SURVEY MONKEY NOW CLOSED

Voting closes at midnight on Sunday 3rd September and will be announced during the following week. The winning band must be available to play on either date during this weekend as genre may determine stage compatibility.

 

Good luck to any bands that wish to play!

Deadbolt Festival announces more bands, including Oceans Ate Alaska, Shields and Weatherstate, and day splits

Deadbolt Festival announces more bands, including Oceans Ate Alaska, Shields and Weatherstate, and day splits

Deadbolt Festival have announced nineteen more bands, along with the day splits, for their two day Manchester event on Saturday 30th September and Sunday 1st October.

Over the weekend there will be over sixty bands playing at Gorilla, Factory, Zoo, Underdog and Zombie Shack.

The announcement revealed performances from WSTR, Oceans Ate Alaska, Shields, Weatherstate, Montroze, Lifetight, The Temple, Parting Gift, I Cried Wolf, Chainsaw Castration, Remenitions, As December Falls, Tirade, Altar Flowers, Hover Bored, Elevator Lady, Storm HarbourHappy Animal and Garsoons.

In addition to the previously announced event sponsors, Fireball WhiskyLive Without Regret ClothingLevel Phase Audio and Street Cars taxi service, Vocalzone and Pabst Blue Ribbon will also be sponsoring Deadbolt Festival.

Liam Connolly, founder of Deadbolt, said: “Deadbolt Festival 2017 is our biggest event to date with six stages and several afterparties during the weekend. We are very grateful for the response to the event so far and cannot wait to let everyone know what else we have up our sleeves for the festival!”

He added: “Each of our sponsors will be bringing their own unique party ideas or special offers for festival goers and we will be able to announce more about this in the coming weeks. For anyone who has never been to a Deadbolt event before, expect chaos!”

Weekend tickets for the festival are available to purchase now for £26 and will include entry to the afterparties for over 18s. Limited Early Bird tickets are available for £20. Day tickets are also available to purchase for £15.

Buy tickets from our website, Fatsoma, SkiddleSee Tickets and Ticketline.

For more information, please visit www.redcardinalmusic.com/deadbolt-festival.

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Zero Club Live August 2017 Zombie Shack Manchester Altar Flowers, Garsoons, Happy Animal Red Cardinal Music

The first ever Zero Club Live is coming to Zombie Shack

After hosting six successful intimate clubnights, Zero Club will be warming up for their next clubnight with the first Zero Club Live event featuring Manchester alt-rock/grunge inspired acts Altar FlowersHappy Animal and Garsoons.

Altar Flowers have recently released a new video for their single Dead Leaves.

Happy Animal also recently released a new video for their debut single Friends With The Devil.

All three of these acts will also be playing at Deadbolt Festival on Saturday 30th September.

Advance tickets are available for £4 via FatsomaSkiddle and our website. Entry on the door will be £6. Zero Club Live tickets include entry to the Zero Club clubnight immediately after.

Anyone who attends Manchester Pride and has a wristband for the Big Weekend, if they show their ticket on the door they will get a special entry price of £2.

Attendees of Zero Club can expect to hear the usual mix of grunge, geek rock, riot grrrl and 90s generation X anthems. To find out more about the event and make song requests for the night, join the facebook event and get involved.

Advance tickets for the clubnight part of Zero Club are available for £3 via FatsomaSkiddle and our website. Entry on the door will be £4.