The cult status of A Perfect Circle is only enhanced by the band’s detached attitude to their fans. You can come to see them if you want, but if you didn’t they wouldn’t care and they’d still play a great show all the same. Which is probably true. Despite the band’s rare periods of activity, this is a band whose class and musicianship puts most other bands to shame.
If the rest of Trivium’s career is made up of shows like this and albums like The Sin and the Sentence, they won’t go down as that band who followed the leaders; they’ll go down as leaders on their own terms.
After announcing their new album 'All These Countless Nights' during their set at Reading Festival last year, Deaf Havana have hit the road this week for a headline tour, joined by Dinosaur Pile-Up and Dead!. Here's what went down when we took a trip to the O2 Academy Bristol earlier this week...
2016 has seen Nothing But Thieves tour almost solidly in support of their self-titled debut album, which was released in November last year. To round off a crazy twelve months the quintet played three of their biggest headline shows to date - all of which sold out in advance - ending with a performance at Brixton’s O2 Academy. These guys are riding a huge wave of success and after tonight 's performance this is thoroughly deserved.