Posts Tagged ‘The Roughneck Riot’

VIDEO: Roughneck Riot – Idiots Are Taking Over (NOFX cover)

British folk punk outfit Roughneck Riot have just unveiled a video of them performing a cover of the NOFX track, ‘Idiots Are Taking Over’. You can stream and watch it via the embedded player below:

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ALBUM: Roughneck Riot – Out Of Anger

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Release Date: October 13th, 2014
Label: TNS Records
Website: www.roughneckriot.co.uk
Facebook: www.facebook.com/roughneckriot
Twitter: www.twitter.com/roughneck_riot

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Warrington; the middle ground between Liverpool and Manchester that people only visit when they need IKEA furniture. This northern gem is also home to the balls-out, folk-punk sextet Roughneck Riot who have just released a new album, ‘Out Of Anger’. Now, given that they’re folk-punk, they will no doubt host insane live shows full of drinking, high-energy crowd antics and, quite likely, a couple of sea shanties too. But, does this translate well to the studio?

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VIDEO: Roughneck Riot – Parasites

Warrington based folk punks Roughneck Riot have just dropped a music video for ‘Parasites’, the new single lifted from the band’s upcoming album, ‘Out Of Anger’. You can watch the video below:

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VIDEO: The Roughneck Riot – Waiting To Die

Punk rockers The Roughneck Riot have released a music video for their new single, ‘Waiting To Die’. You can stream and watch the music video in full below:

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LIVE: Banned! Night @ Winnington Rec, Northwich (09/06/2007)

Date: June 9th, 2007
Venue: Winnington Rec, Northwich
Headliners: Chaos Undivided
Support: Secrets Of The Dead, The Roughneck Riot
Website: www.bannedinnorthwich.org
MySpace: www.myspace.com/bannedinnorthwich

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Winnington Rec, a venue known locally for its weekend showing of local unsigned bands. Kids gather from around the local areas of Northwich, Winsford, Crewe and more to come and see acts like those on tonight.

The first band up is Secrets Of The Dead (***), the first metal band of the night. Their set is full of rampaging riffs, and shrieking vocals – they’re clearly not for the light hearted. The kids seem to be getting into it, with a group of about 10 of them swinging their arms and getting involved in the night’s first mosh pit. With a set of just about half an hour, give or take a few minutes, Secrets Of The Dead are done, leaving the crowd pumped up and ready for the next act on tonight’s bill.

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