Cock Demon! – Download Festival 2010 (12-14/06/10)

Headlined by AC/DC, Rage Against the Machine, Aerosmith. I also saw Them Crooked Vultures, Coheed and Cambria, A Day to Remember, Killswitch Engage, Deftones, The Blackout, Lamb of God, Flyleaf, Hellyeah, Atreyu, Megadeth, Rolo Tomassi, Five Finger Death Punch, Stone Temple Pilots, Motorhead, Porcupine Tree, Cinderella, Billy Idol, Aerosmith, Saxon, Steel Panther, Slash and Napalm Death. I had acknowledged that in a similar way to … Continue reading Cock Demon! – Download Festival 2010 (12-14/06/10)

Why I didn’t want ‘Ding-Dong! The Witch is Dead’ at number two either.

“We’ve got a brand new entry at number two. To explain more, here is Newsbeat’s music reporter Sinead Garvan.”  At least so said the BBC Chart Show presenter Jameela Jamil. I will stand in for Sinead for the time being and do as best I can to ‘explain more’. No. I’m still not happy. On the off chance that you popped by my blog a … Continue reading Why I didn’t want ‘Ding-Dong! The Witch is Dead’ at number two either.

Rage Against the Machine (Finsbury Park, 06/06/10)

This show was the ‘Rage Factor Victory Party’ – a free concert that RATM had promised if ‘Killing in the Name’ was Christmas Number One in 2009. The performance would later be released on the Live in Finsbury Park DVD. I was really excited when they succeeded in defeating The X Factor, and unsurprisingly my Mum was peeved that poor Joe McElderry was victimised. I recall being … Continue reading Rage Against the Machine (Finsbury Park, 06/06/10)