Stone Broken

Announce dates with Glenn Hughes across Europe.

Breakthrough UK hard rockers, STONE BROKEN, are celebrating the start of a UK headline tour this week by announcing a 24-date run across Europe as Special Guests to GLENN HUGHES and his band early next year.


STONE BROKEN will be joined by Orange County (USA) groove rockers, IDLEWAR and young Welsh upstarts, FLORENCE BLACK for a run of dates that includes a mainstage slot at Planet Rockstock on Fri 2nd December. (Cairo Son replace Florence Black in London)

Vocalist/guitarist, Rich Moss says: “We are really looking forward to this tour; three talented hard rocking bands on the road – you simply can’t beat it. Couple that with our announcement that we will be joining the legendary Glenn Hughes across Europe in January & February, it’s a fantastic time to be in STONE BROKEN. We are humbled but ready to tear up some stages.”

He added, “We have recently joined up with renowned, booking agents, TKO and our remit to them is that we want to tour, tour, tour. As much as we love the reception our debut album has received, it’s in front of a rabid rock’n’roll crowd that is the true home of STONE BROKEN.”

Stone Broken are:
Rich Moss – Lead Vocals / Guitar
Chris Davis – Lead Guitar / Vocals
Kieron Conroy – Bass / Vocals
Robyn Haycock – Drums / Vocals.

‘Better’ taken from the acclaimed debut album, All In Time.


Thur 24 – B2 @ The Brickmakers, Norwich (+ Idlewar and Florence Black)
Fri 25 – The Corporation, Sheffield (+ Idlewar and Florence Black)
Sat 26 – The Black Heart, Camden, London (+ Idlewar and Cairo Son)
Mon 28 – The Hope & Ruin, Brighton (+ Idlewar and Florence Black)
Tues 29 – The Cluny, Newcastle (+ Idlewar and Florence Black)
Weds 30 – Bannermans, Edinburgh (+ Idlewar and Florence Black)

Thur 01 – Rebellion Bar, Manchester (+ Idlewar and Florence Black)
Fri 02 – Planet Rockstock, Trecco Bay, South Wales – SOLD OUT
Sat 03 – Sanctuary Live, Basingstoke – SOLD OUT
Sat 10 – The Rock’n’Roll Circus Xmas Charity Bash – The Dolls House, Abertillery – SOLD OUT

On tour as Special Guests to Glenn Hughes
January 2017
Fri 20 – Riverside, Newcastle, UK
Sat 21 – Islington Assembly, London, UK
Mon 23 – The Robin 2, Bilston, UK
Tues 24 – The Garage, Glasgow, UK
Thur 26 – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham, UK
Fri 27 – Academy 2, Manchester, UK
Sun 29 – Sub 89, Reading, UK
Mon 30 – The Junction, Cambridge, UK

Weds 01 – Church, Leeds, UK
Thurs 02 – The Fleece, Bristol, UK
Sat 04 – Le Forum, Vaureal, FR
Sun 05 – Boerjerij, Zoetermeer, NL
Tues 07 – Posten, Odense, DK
Weds 08 – Toldkammeret, Helsingor, DK
Fri 10 – Union Scene, Drammen, NO
Sat 11 – Frimis Salonger, Orebro, SE
Mon 13 – Meet Factory, Prague, CZ
Tues 14 – House Of Art, Spa Piestany, SK
Thurs 16 – Simm City, Vienna, AT
Fri 17 – Zona Roveri, Bologna, IT
Sun 19 – Serraglio, Milan, IT
Mon 20 – Conrad Sohm, Dornbirn, AT
Weds 22 – Zeche, Bochum, DE
Thurs 23 – 013, Tilburg, NL

Tickets available at Stone Broken.

Doomsday Outlaw

New single ‘Walk On Water’

Fresh from inking a multi-album record deal with Frontiers Music and signing with fast rising management company, TMR Band Management, DOOMSDAY OUTLAW, release a new single and lyric video for the track, WALK ON WATER.

Released on Friday 25th November Walk On Water, is taken from their acclaimed album, Suffer More.


Bassist, Indy Chanda, said, “Walk On Water is the opening track of our current, self released album, Suffer More and is a great way to discover Doomsday Outlaw with its blend of southern, blues and hard hitting rock n roll.

Singer, Phil Poole, said, “Walk On Water is my view on organised religion, those so called churches that are just there to prey on the vulnerable.”

Walk On Water will be a digital-only release available from all good online outlets from Friday 25th November. It is accompanied by a lyric video produced by Very Metal Art.

For more information visit Doomsday Outlaw.

Hils Ovation

O2 Academy3 Birmingham 29th October 2016.

If you’re going to celebrate Halloween in style, then it pays to metal up and with Gehtika, Eradikator, The Face Of Ruin, Obzidian and Djinova all set to blast away a few cobwebs and ghouls tonight, the only spirits likely to be left standing will be the alcoholic ones!

And getting tonight off to a flying start amidst a hailstorm of Death Metal were the Coventry based band Djinova. To describe the experience of this band as brutal just doesn’t cut it as these guys go way beyond that, with the bite in the vocals of Tony Overton showing no mercy at all. If you’ve not seen or heard these guys play live before, then believe me when I say they are well worth checking out.


Lots of good things have been happening to Obzidian recently and tonight’s set from the band can most definitely be added to that list aswell, as not a moment was wasted in their delivery of tracks both well known and new. With the forthcoming release of their new album due out on the 28th November, it was a bit of a treat to hear a couple of tracks in advance of that, with the official single ‘Sins Here Are Purified’ being an excellent example of what is about to be unveiled. But if you can’t wait until the end of the month to take a listen to this awesome track for yourself, then you can check out the video for it over on the bands Facebook page now!


You can’t pass up Halloween without a spot of fancy dress and tonight we were besieged with the presence of many great demons, witches, zombies and the odd Beetlejuice or two. But even amidst all those scary characters, it was the figures of Alex Mumford and The Face Of Ruin with their visual homage to Linda Blair and The Exorcist that made the night for me, as never in a million years did I expect that! Thankfully, Alex spared us from the 360 degree head rotation and also the projectile vomit – which was a great relief to me from my position in the pit but what we got instead was one hell of a great melodic death metal set that won’t be forgotten for a long time to come!


Our penultimate band of the evening came in the guise of Eradikator and in capturing the spirit of the event, these guys gave the O2 Academy3 quite a performance tonight. With members of Gehtika and The Face Of Ruin taking to the stage aswell, Eradikator’s adrenaline fuelled thrash flowed freely with Pat Cox absolutely owning the stage tonight. Next up for the band is a slot at The Midlands Metal Crusade VI on the 26th November which will definitely be one not to miss!


When it comes down to picking a Halloween headliner then Gehtika have got to be a dam near perfect choice as these guys are true masters at what they do. Tonight’s set from the band saw them grabbing Halloween by the horns and serving up a blistering death metal set that was as addictive to listen to as their performance was to watch.


The one thing I really love about this band is the theatrical manner in which they deliver their sets and tonight’s gentlemanly shenanigans sat blissfully well with the audience and other band members alike.


Sadly, my enjoyment of their set had to be cut short tonight but not before catching them play their anthemic track ’A Monster In Mourning’ which for me, was the highlight of the night.

Tonight’s celebration of All Hallows’ Eve was certainly done in style, with all five bands putting on quite a show that most definitely hit the spot!

Review and Photography by Sue Wardle.