Generation neXt II: ‘SugarHabitBarbara’ Go Krazy: Live in Liverpool

TAKE2 Events & The Krazyhouse presents – Sugarking – Inhabit – They’re Coming To Get You Barbara.

k gig sept1Once again I find myself in Liverpool for the 2nd night running, and once again I’m greeted by a 3 piece that opens the show, They’re Coming To Get You Barbara are rocking in the free world, they have a great mixture of the classic big guitar sounds and riffs mixed with a modern beats laden park full of linkin and day’s full of green. make no mistake these guys have a shedload of melody running through all their songs. The fact that they have opened up shows for acts that have sold a lot of records has deffo rubbed off on them as they deliver the goods. They are a shining star over the rain swept streets glistening in the breeze.

They’re Coming To Get You Barbara formed in Liverpool in 2011, They have worked hard on their individual style to bring you new EP “Dead Reckoning“, stepping up to bring some fresh, heavy sounds to the alternative music scene. Playing their debut show with Electric Six, there has been no stopping their list of achievements with support slots for Fearless Vampire Killers, This Wild Life, Hill Valley High and Pop Will Eat Itself as well as headling shows at the o2 Academy. Drawing influences from across the rock/metal spectrum, TCTGYB sound like the four-headed love child of Periphery, Black Stone Cherry, Muse and Biffy Clyro. Synths, heavy guitars and harmonic vocals collide to bring you the unique sound of TCTGYB! Drawn from all corners of the rock spectrum, the for fans of Periphery, Black Stone Cherry and Muse

P1100560Contact for gigs, questions, or generally sharing the love: // EP available on iTunes! Or listen for free on Spotify!

k gig sept2Inhabit are a 6 piece metal band from Liverpool.  Formed in 2013.  In beginning of 2014 released self titled 3 song E.P and future just begins.

Where do you start with this bunch, I don’t understand what they do, but I like it, they are a fusion of so many styles that they really do come under the heading ‘Got to see and hear to really understand them’ They are tight as a drum, they fit like a glove with beats and bangs that rock your soul and give you soul to rock and while the band just tie your mother down the frontman Chops your heart and brain in two and leaves you spellbound, like a tiger that’s been caught by the tail and locked up for a month, just add petrol and watch him go, his infectious style and vocal delivery really does need to be seen, he is like a firework going off in your pants. They have the ammo for all the guns they have blazing and when they finish they defiantly leave you wanting more. Keep your ears and eyes out for this bunch… Last time I saw a band this good with NO genre… Lvrpl 92′ RATM… Nuff’ said…

P1100580Chop ChopZ – Vocals, Andy – Guitars, Ben – Guitars, Joe – guitars/electronics, Kevin – Bass, Sergio – Drums

Set List: Intro, Head up high, Own the moment, Emotionless, Dai the flui (Deftones Cover) I like the way

k gig sept3Sugarking:

Now here is a band that is the definition of ‘Modern Classic Rock’ if you can imagine Stone Temple Pilots updated for the 21st century then you are not a million miles away, Not that they sound like STP, it’s more a groove, a feeling that the band send out, every song feels like t’s been written with love and melodic care, they sound like a band that wants it’s debut album to be all killer with no filler and they are here tonight honing their already impressive live show even more. These guys are way ready to step up to the next level, in fact going out on a support tour for ten dates or more is exactly what they need right now, and it will come… They end what has been an incredible and diverse night of great ‘rock’ music… Rock is dead they say… Long Live Rock…

Set List: Those maybes, Back in big, My way or the milky way, Cut y’ deep, Dandelions and soap shops, Pretty thing, she spins fast, Bring on the next, Coincide, Memories, Man in the sky, No blame

P1100561Lead Vocals: Al Roberts.
Drums & Percussion: Greg Scott.
Bass guitar: Jake James Brewer.
Guitar: Kyle Taylor.



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