Punk Sunday 2 at The Amersham Arms

Sunday at The Amersham Arms

Event location:
The Amersham Arms, 388 New Cross Road SE14 6TY
When:Event passed!
It was on
Sun 17th Feb 2019

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Club & Bar Nights
Times16:30 - 22:00
Admission:£6 on the door

About the event

An Alternative Gathering bring you another edition of Punk Sunday. Six excellent bands, an early start and a 10pm finish.

Vegan roasts served from around 4pm.

A young band from Luton, formed in 2010. Rough yet catchy vocals, knuckle dragging guitar riffs, driving bass and drums as loud as howitzers; HAZARD deliver a gut punching set. Audiences have likened us to bands such as The Clash, Stiff Little Fingers, Nirvana, Manic Street Preachers and your favorite bands.

Who Killed Nancy Johnson?
A Reading punk band, sometimes leaning into post-punk, sometimes a bit hardcore, sometimes a bit post-hardcore. Occasionally bits of goth creep in. The lyrics are sometimes political and sometimes philosophical - then it gets fast and vicious. A punk band.

Dog Rotten
5 piece dirty punk rap rock and roll from London/Kent. Influences include The Ramones, Motorhead, Chuck Berry, Buck Cherry, SASH! Marijuana, Class A's and Class bitches!

Rebel Station
Three Piece Rebel Station are a high energy, Punk Rock n Roll band, electrifying stages across the country, playing original songs at a frenetic pace. Dual lead vocals and mosh pit inducing, 4/4 tempos, ensure the band leave punters wanting more wherever they play.

It started in 2014 when Dave, Rocky and Calle were playing together in the latest incarnation of seminal British punk rock band The Fits (now dormant). When the group broke up, Carl, Rocky and Dave continued to write songs and record demos with no other goal than just to have fun and see what happened. Dave’s mate Alex Love heard some tracks and offered to help with lyrics and vocals, and Rocket 66 was born! Rocket66 is now busy with rehearsing and recording their debut album together with legendary record producer Dave Allen (The Cure, The Mission, The Members and many many others) to be released in the early summer of 2019.

Plus one more band to add.

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