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Jason Palmer
Live music fan, avid gig go-er & photographer. Can be found in photography pits or at the back with a Red Stripe in hand.
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Avenged Sevenfold, Manchester Arena

Avenged Sevenfold smashed on to the scene with success from a string of best-selling albums including 2005 platinum hit record ‘City Of Evil’  and 2007’s self titled ‘Avenged Sevenfold‘ Their self titled record topped the Billboard Alternative, Hard, and Rock Charts which got things started then followed two consecutive No 1’s albums. On top of that ‘Hail To The King‘ achieved Diamond, Platinum and Gold awards for album sales in nearly 12 countries. Avenged Sevenfold fill… Keep Reading

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The Hunna, O2 Ritz, Manchester

A night of explosive music fills the sodden Manchester air as a sellout crowd packs the O2 Ritz. As far as Sunday evenings go, normally by the time 4pm comes around we’re all just counting down the hours until the Monday morning wake up call. Tonight however, I found that the best way to overcome the doom and gloom of a depressing Monday morning is to go to a gig!… Keep Reading

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Temper Trap, O2 Academy, Manchester

Temper Trap pack out Manchester’s Academy 2 on a very cold December evening  Forming in 2005, the Temper trap hail from Melbourne, Australia and relocated to London a few years back. Dougy (vocals) Jonathon (bass) Toby (drums) and Joseph (keyboards and guitar) the band released their debut album ‘Conditions‘ back in 2009 which received some great reviews. The album peaked at No. 9 in the albums charts and into the… Keep Reading

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Tempesst Enter The FOTF Hall Of Fame

It’s always cool to hear new music or discover new bands from the other side of the world.  It’s also very warming when you get the chance to cave a quick catch up with said band and their all really sound fella’s who actually give a sh!t about what they do.  This is the 3rd Aussie band I’ve seen in as many months and I’ve got to say – There are some top… Keep Reading

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Sheffield’s Metal Industry Is Certainly Not Dead…

Bring Me the Horizon Kick Off Their Arena Tour In Nottingham, Get Your Tickets Here! As Bring Me the Horizon start their 14 date Arena tour, tickets are now available on FOTF Having taken the world by storm in 2015 with their critically acclaimed fifth studio album, That’s The Spirit, and a globetrotting tour which culminated in a landmark show at London’s Alexandra Palace, Bring Me The Horizon announce their first ever… Keep Reading

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INTERVIEW: Danny McNamara, Embrace On New Album & December Tour

Ahead of Embrace’s December tour and highly anticipated 2017 album, FOTF caught up with the band’s frontman to find out more about it. The band, who are currently working on their seventh studio album for release in 2017, will be taking a break from recording to play a short run of special Christmas shows in December. Talking about the run of dates, Danny said, “We’d been so busy working on… Keep Reading

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Red Faces, O2 Ritz, Manchester

Good, old fashioned, 3-minute rock n’ roll bangers… Bands that are worth their salt have gone through the process of supporting others and have experienced the raw end of the deal on lighting, sound and half empty, sober crowds… …But hey, that’s just how it is. However, there is a tipping point where it’s time to take that leap of faith and start touring/headlining your own shows. Well, It’s pretty much that… Keep Reading

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The Enemy, Final Farewell Tour, O2 Ritz, Manchester

Die hard fans packed the o2 Ritz to witness what was possibly Manchester’s gig of the year so far… It was always going to be an emotional farewell when The Enemy announced that this would be their final set of shows… and emotional it was! The night was opened by none other than Manchester’s very own – The Tapestry. Now, any act out of this “band manufacturing city”, which is fronted by a guy called… Keep Reading

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Ocean Colour Scene, Moseley Shoals 20th Anniversary, Millennium Square, Leeds

It’s always going to be a special event when these three heavyweights step into the ring. With Leeds Millennium Square as the backdrop for what is set to be the city centre event of the year as 6000 fans cram in to the venue to witness the sell-out show headlined by Ocean Colour Scene. Whilst it was a fantastic day and everybody was in the right mood; it didn’t go without a couple of… Keep Reading

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Stereophonics, Castlefield Bowl, Manchester

Stereophonics grace Manchester’s Castlefield Bowl with support from the hilarious Clean Cut Kid and Walking On Cars. “What about an outdoor gig in Manchester” someone once suggested. Then, amazingly someone else said – “yeah ok – seems like a good idea” The dark clouds and sodden streets of Manchester are no secret. Whilst things always seem nicer when the sun is shining, it didn’t stop 8,000 people cramming in to Castlefield… Keep Reading

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Stone Roses, Manchester Etihad

As far as relevant bands go there aren’t many, in my opinion, who are just as relevant today as they were 30 years ago! There’s always a massive buzz and sense of excitement, not just around Manchester but the entire country,  when rumours start flying  about a potential Stone Roses announcements.  Firstly, I just want to say I met some amazing people Wednesday, Friday and Saturday! Great to have met you… Keep Reading

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