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Bear Makes Ninja (UK) + Blind Wives (UK) @ Rock Classic - 05/04/2014 - 21h00 - Entrée gratuite !

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BEAR MAKES NINJA (Alt-Rock / Math-Rock)

For Fans of: Rueben, Biffy Clyro, Tubelord, Colour
Bear Makes Ninja are a band who really know how to whip up a crowd, their lyrics will stick in your head and their riffs never ease off. There are a number of awesome bands that have the knack for combining ear pounding riffs with wickedly catchy vocals. Bear Makes Ninja, an alt-rock three piece from Lincoln, are one of them. Their music is a mash up of influences neatly packaged into hugely refined, attention grabbing, ear twisters. They're explosive, they keep you guessing but at the same time it feels familiar.

This alt-rock trio have so far have released 2 EPs, with a single in between, they have extensively toured the UK and Ireland and recently joined Alright the Captain on a 3 week European tour. During their relatively brief lifespan they have supported notable acts such as Tall Ships, Tubelord, Axis Of, Hold Your Horse Is, United Fruit, Talons, Alright The Captain, Illness, Wot Gorilla?, Crusades, Vasa and Former Monarchs.


BLIND WIVES (Grunge, Alt-Rock)

For Fans of: QOTSA, Future of the Left, Smashing Pumpkins, Biffy Clyro

New bands form everyday but it's rare for one to immediately steal your attention; Coming into fruition during the summer of 2012 and quickly releasing their first EP in September 2012; for MoR, Blind Wives did exactly that.

Inspiration for the bands name came from the 1920's silent film 'Blind Wives' while their musical influences consist of Reuben, Melvins, Queens of the Stone Age, Torche, Tool and Biffy Clyro.

Blind Wives are a hard hitting, riff chugging, melodically quirky concoction of grunge influenced alt-rock who’s DIY efforts have so far seen them support notable acts Paws, Shapes, Hold Your Horse Is and Crusades.


Bear Makes Ninja (UK) + Blind Wives (UK) @ Rock Classic - 05/04/2014 - 21h00 - Entrée gratuite !
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