KNOXFEST @ The Gaff 16.01.10 (Gig Review)

MALLORY KNOX
FIVE SECOND RULE
GENERATION GRAVEYARD
ZERO EXPERIENCE
GHOST TRAIN

The Gaff,Holloway Road 16.01.10

GHOST TRAIN
Fucking hell these guys are good, basically a british WASP without the shock element.A stunning live performance for a debut gig, great songs, really good stage presence and a vocalist who knows how to work an audience.They ended their set with a superb cover of WASP's 'Wild Child'.

ZERO EXPERIENCE
A post grunge trio whose Alice In Chains vibe is quite infectious, well structured songs and a strong vocal make for an entertaining set.

GENERATION GRAVEYARD
Always explosive, never dull, the london mob never fail to impress and tonight was no
exception, in fact tonight was their best show to date.Wheather blasting out 'Murder Rock & Roll', a cover of GG Allin's 'Bite It You Scum' or throwing in a brand new song, every song is delivered will full conviction and recieved with equal energy from the audience.

FIVE SECOND RULE
It was almost exactley one year ago that these guys first took to the stage and it has
been a pleasure to watch them mature (if thats the right word for this gang??) into a very serious outfit, now i say serious in terms of professionalism because the most important factor with their show is "fun" and "entertainment", both delivered to perfection.
As always a friend gets a lap dance and the finale has dancers and fire!!!!

MALLORY KNOX
To end one of the most exciting gig's in a long time comes the slightly scarey Kit and
her band of warriors!It's just pure punked up energy, backed with solid drums and bass and some neat solo's and agressive backing vocals.You cant get bored when these lot are on stage and for the third time in a row the audience went crazy.
Show-stopper tonight was a highly amplified version of 'Helter Skelter'.

STU

GHOST TRAIN
ZERO EXPERIENCE
GENERATION GRAVEYARD

FIVE SECOND RULE



MALLORY KNOX





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