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About Blakester

The names Blake. I have a passion for Music of wide genres and playing drums to the music I love. I also support the local east midlands metal scene.
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Opinion: Why You Should Listen to Your Demise

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At first I thought this band were rubbish due to the fact that I didn’t give them a try to see what they sounded like, but then I gave Your Demise a listen and they just blew me away with what they had to show and I had to tell everyone about it. This five piece band from St Albans have many awesome guitar solos and riffs that it’s unbelieveble to even try to learn them all! They also have catchy drum beats to help woo the crowd at a concert and get them going and a top bassist that fits in well with all of this to get the audience going. Try listening to The Kids We Used To Be (below) and you will see what I mean.
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Album Review: Lower Than Atlantis – World Record
6 years ago

Album Review: Lower Than Atlantis – World Record

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Student Music Review: Lower Than Atlantis - World RecordThe one and only Lower Than Atlantis are a great band but they are unfortunately underrated. An incredible piece act from Watford that have been going for six years, they play a hard hitting mix of punk and hardcore. Their latest album “World Record” is a brilliant, phenomenal album with influential lyrics and a fantastic sound. Read More

Live Review: Young Guns, Nottingham Rescue Rooms, 9 February 2012
6 years ago

Live Review: Young Guns, Nottingham Rescue Rooms, 9 February 2012

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A spectacular performance was given tonight by the infamous rock act Young Guns, who played many well known tracks and even brand new tracks from their latest album “Bones”.

“Bones” is also a song by Young Guns which was released as a single and video before their new album. This was followed by the track Brother In Arms, which was very popular with fans at the concert. Read More

Live Review: Snow Patrol at Nottingham Arena, 1 Feb 2012
6 years ago

Live Review: Snow Patrol at Nottingham Arena, 1 Feb 2012

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This was a mind blowing performance from the Indie rockstars Snow Patrol featuring some amazing new songs from their sixth studio album “Fallen Empires”. They gave a spectacular introduction to the night by using one of their latest tracks “Berlin” which really got the audience chomping at the bit. Throughout the concert they peformed at their total and extrordinary best.

During the show, Gary Lightbody, the lead singer of Snow Patrol accepted the request of two spectacular songs. Read More

Enter Shikari-A Flash Flood Of Colour

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Rou Reynolds, Rory Clewlow, Chris Batten and Rob Rolfe have created and released their brand new album a flash flood of colour. This album was a new interesting feature by …
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