Adam Vaughan - Guitar/Vocals
Joe Lewis - Bass/Vocals
Joe Stirland – Drums
South Wales hard rock band Fallen Temples consist of two-thirds of previous (and now defunct) PP&P band Tidal.
They formed in the summer of 2015 “with an appetite to play riff and groove laden hard rock, giving the nod to the old school heaviness created by Black Sabbath and brought into modern day by bands such as Rival Sons, Clutch and Soundgarden.”
Amongst the gigs they’ve played are Planet RockStock 2016 and a headline performance at Welsh festival Kingsfest. In a previous incarnation they’ve also shared the stage with the likes of NWOBHM royalty Diamond Head, (Motorhead’s) Phil Campbell’s All Star Band, Feeder and Revoker.
Mick Burns - Vocals / Guitar
Jay Stephenson - Drums
Andrea Murgia - Bass / Backing Vocals
Mark Hosri - Lead Guitar
Thank you to promoter/author Emma Scott, PP&P friend and endorser, for bringing excellent 4-piece London heavy rock band Feral Sun to my attention.
Drawing from the inspirational powers of Stone Sour, Seether, Alter Bridge, Breaking Benjamin and armed with colossal riffs, soaring melodies and raw emotion, ‘Feral Sun’ are part of the new wave of hard-hitting British Rock bands.
Below is their April 2020 release 'Blame'.
Samuel Jenkins – Vocals, guitar
Nick Williams - Drums
Luc Simmonds - Bass
Lloyd Flower - Guitar
Hailing from Newport in South Wales, three piece garage rockers Finding Aurora were formed in late 2017.
They describe themselves as “a blend of classic rock music with the melody of 90s alternative post grunge”.
The band made their live debut in May 2018, which was followed by 2 or 3 gigs every month thereafter, and have released several tracks including ‘Hayley’, ‘Free’, ‘Overdrive’ and November 2019’s excellent ‘Blood on You’ (which you can hear via the Youtube video below).
Keep an eye on their social media for upcoming gigs so that you don't miss a chance to see this exciting young band in action.
Adam Norman - Vocals
Alex Cowie - Drums
Jak Garrity - Guitar
Matt Levesley - Bass
Future Fires are a four-piece rock band from Birmingham who formed in 2017 and who produce strong melodies and catchy choruses.
Having honed their craft with regular gigs on the Birmingham indie scene, Future Fires have evolved into creating ‘apocalyptic indie’: dark, truthful lyrics laced with cynicism and regret.
The video below is the excellent ‘Infinite Life’, released February 2020.