Roughneck Riot have been hammering the roads in UK and mainland Europe since their inception, earning a reputation as a hard-working and well travelled live tour de force. Staunchly antifascist and anti-dickhead, the motive of internationalist solidarity is needed more than ever. After a spell of recording and recuperating, and a further enforced spell of quarantine, Roughneck Riot are restless and snapping at the ankles. Older and more prone to tiredness, but spurred on by constant irritation. Roughneck Riot are more than ready for a new release and chomping at the bit to travel, sweat and shout to a post-brexit apocalypse.
Roughneck Riot have been a staple part of the UK DIY scene for 15 years, creating a blueprint for any young, aspiring musicians to follow in how to ‘make it’ as a band.. hard work, commitment and sheer determination (Shout louder) One of the things I love about this album the most is that it doesn't lean on the Irish roots of folk so much like a lot of other acts in the genre, it's not laden with drinking songs either, it's a fresher stand alone punkier sound that makes them stand out strongly against their peers. (Rock freaks) Here, the exact right dose of anger meets an excellent degree of experienced songwriting and a general ear for great choruses
The band are known for their hardcore edge whilst keeping touch with the folk punk sound. The album is well balanced, and the results are impressive. (London Celtic Punks) ..through all the angst and beauty of the tracks that follow, the album is in need of repeat spins to capture all the intricacies
In general, the texts, just like the entire arrangement, are always very well thought out. Great songwriting
looks exactly like that. This runs like a common thread through the album.
Eintritt: VVK: 16.00€ AK: 19.00€ | Open: 20:00 | Start: 21:00
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Hafenklang, Grosse Elbstrasse 84,Hamburg, Germany