Catch Turbine to make their debut this Saturday at Old Town House

Catch Turbine Live

This Saturday (15th September) sees Old Town House host the Catch Turbine launch gig. After several photos of the band have been uploaded to their Facebook page, seemingly showing the band hard at work, the first full live performance serves as a thank you to all of their family and friends for their support and patience.

Catch Turbine combine lots of different rock genres and sounds to their style but pretty it quickly becomes obvious their main sound is that of: heavy melodic rock with a lot of genres in the mix such as: metal, classic rock and blues.

The solid machine sound of both Matt (drums) and Anton (bass) enables the audience to tap shake and boogie their ass of in the live forum, with the epic melodic riffs from both Tony & Diz (guitars) combining the classic guitar riff licks and shredding solos galore

Topped with the vocal power from Diz, high rock screaming melodic vocals where the listener can understanding and feeling each word with immense feeling and emotion.

Check out the video below for more information on the band and sneak peak at three of the bands tracks

Free entry on the night with doors open from 7pm.

With support from:

Kye Jones

Deadcuts
Four boys from East London who write songs, make records and play gigs. Founded on the first full moon of 2012 by singer/songwriters Mark Keds ( Senseless Things/ Jolt) and Jerome Alexandre ( Sylvain Sylvain/ The Skuzzies).Although the band are often compared to Pyschedelic Furs, Killing Joke , The Cure and Magazine – they draw from a myriad of influences from artists like Death in June , Boyd Rice ,Bowie , Lennon, Sleater Kinney , ODB ( Wu Tang) and Flatbush Zombies. – www.deadcuts.com

Join the Facebook Event Page here

Catch Turbine can also be found at The Saddle in Chester on September 16th

Frontman Diz can be found performing across the town under many different guises. Why not follow his Studio page to find out more.

 

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