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Segregates, Prisoners Of War + Support

Friday December 15th, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm


Segregates: Motorpunk Roll ‘N’ Roll straight outta Jorvik.

Motörpunk masters of York, and all-round idiots, we are Segrëgates!
For fans of motorhead, punk, and chaos.
“This is a band I have grown to love. Their music attacks you like you’re being hit in the face with a 10 tonne hammer. No fancy intros, just a simple “Good evening. We are Segregates. We play Rock and Roll” and then away they go. Breakneck-speed drumming meets thunderous bass and sledgehammer guitar riffs. It draws blatant comparisons to Motorhead, Inepsy, Children of Technology…but they have taken these bands and f***d them around into their own sound…Motorpunk. The music is extremely well-played and each song is packed with raw power and speed. Let Battle Commence is an absolute war b*****d of a song and it churns along like Thor marching down a cosmic battlefield. Finishing the set with Panic (which has 2 false stops, just like Overkill) just adds to their genius even further. This band will be a York punk scene treasure for years to come, even if they split up. I’ve played their 7″ vinyl a hell of a lot. I just hope they can continue to write songs as well has they have done so far.”
– Behind the White Door review

Prisoners Of War.

UK Punk Band based in the East Midlands, featuring Dean Young (Lead Vocals), Staz Stallard (Guitars & Vocals), Dally (Bass & Vocals) and Fungi (Drums & Vocals). Formed in August 2013, influenced by “Old School” Punk Rock & Roll bands like; The Clash, Sex Pistols, Ramones, UK Subs, Anti-Nowhere League, SLF & many others….
WEB SITE; www.prisonersofwar.org.uk

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Friday December 15th, 2017
7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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