into view like a raging typhoon,
female-fronted full-throttle hard rock, with a defining punk undercurrent
& moments of metal. Unafraid to step outside their realms of molten riffs,
the unrelenting, rocket fuelled performance is something you could see
Lemmy tipping his Stetson to in approval. The band joins SOS on the Dean
Hocking Stage, Sunday.
LOCK UP LAURA
formed in 2011 in
Lincoln, have burst onto their local music scene & quickly had the
wider public wanting to know more, including "who is Laura?". They release
a full debut album in May this year & their soaring melodic vocals &
crashing guitar riffs are a welcome addition to the Dean Hocking Stage line-up
for Saturday at SOS.
FEAR ME DECEMBER
power trio originating from Argentina. After recording their first EP,
entitled "Who Cares?", the band started a 26-shows tour around Argentina
which included numerous cities, provinces, plus Uruguay. In early 2014
they relocated to Manchester, UK, to continue their career & rapidly
played lives shows in cities like Manchester, Leicester, Newcastle and
Sheffield. We're delighted to have them open up the Dean Hocking Stage on
The majesty &
is hard to vocalise;
a band with furious fire-bearing prog rock influences from Rush & Dream
Theater, with technical prowess & a heart of fist-pumping hard rock.
They're Manchester-based & we are very happy to add them as the opening
band on our Saturday line-up at SOS.
are also delighted to add metallers
to the Metal Nation
Radio Acoustic Stage on Friday night. This band is London-based, formed in
2010 & released a debut album "Sputter The Worms". They've supported both
Evile & Fozzy in recent times, fast-building a great reputation for
in-your-face metal akin to Metallica. The band brings a gritty edge to our
Friday night line-up on acoustic.
SOS is presented by
independent record label Rocksector Records & 2015 will be the 8th such
event. Previous headliners include I AM I, GUN, Black Spiders, Heavens
Basement, Absolva and Beholder.
In 2015, the event takes place on 17th - 19th July, and tickets which are already
on-sale, represent outstanding value once again at £15 for a weekend, £10
for Saturday or Sunday single day tickets. Friday night is
charged separately at £5 or for weekend ticket purchasers it's included in