Gallery: PiL performing at the UEA

Public Image Ltd took to the stage last night at the LCR, check out our gallery from last night and feel free to share to all those who caught Johnny Rotten in action:

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Photos by Jan Roberts Photography

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Camden Rocks has just gotten even bigger!

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The one day festival that takes over all the venues in Camden has just gotten even bigger…

Camden Rocks which is a mini festival which take over 20+ venues in the Camden area have just made their second announcement as a treat for Valentines Day. With the festival having already confirmed names such as Maximo Park, Public Image Ltd, Twin Atlantic and many more bands we can’t wait to hear, they have just added to their bursting line up.

Mallory Knox, rock rappers Crazy Town and British rap metal band Hacktivist have joined the bill plus 23 other artists taking the total confirmed bands at the festival up to 90, this sounds like a lot, but the festival are no where near done, with over 100 more bands yet to be announced.

The full list of bands announced:

Mallory Knox, Crazy Town, Hacktivist, Dead!, The Bottom Line, Sleep Token, Airways, Sulpher, Create To Inspire, The Skinner Brothers, Bad Sign, The Bad Flowers, Cheap Meat, Lucie Barât, The Fallen State, Inklings, Deadly Circus Fire, Fierce Ideas, Desperate Measures, Sophie & the Giants, Death Valley Knights, Talia Dean, The Rising Souls, Strides, 7he7ouch and Natalie Shay.

All this for £39.50 (plus booking) is ridiculous and that ticket will get you in to every single venue that is a part of Camden Rocks, this is one day of music you will not want to miss!

 

Rebellion Fest adds PiL, Menzingers and more

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Johnny Rotten is coming to Blackpool

The weekend of punk had already confirmed the likes of Buzzcocks, Sticky Little Fingers, The Exploited, Cockney Rejects, The Adicts, Peter Hook & The Light, Angelic Upstarts and Discharge to the Blackpool based punkfest but have now added a few more just to spice things up a bit.

John Lydon’s post-Sex Pistol’s band Public Image Ltd will be closing out the show on Sunday at the Empress Ballroom, returning to the festival after first playing it in 2012. The Menzingers have also been confirmed to join the line up as well as The Vandals, Michael Monroe, Union 13, The Boys Unplugged, The Rumjacks, Class Assassins, Barnstormer, Riot Squad, Headsticks, Agrotoxico, Top Dog and Red Eyes.

This is definitely a festival for all generations of Punk fans and seeing PiL is definitely not something you are going to want to miss

Rebellion takes place 2-5 August at the Winter Gardens in Blackpool. Head to rebellionfestival.com for more information…