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Rebellion Festival 2015: Blackpool Winter Gardens – live review

Celebrating its 20th anniversary and punks 40th, Martin Haslam reports back from Rebellion Festival 2015.

Paranoid Visions: Two Black Eyes – album review and band update

It’s easy to gravitate to lyrics in a Paranoid Visions tune, and Bloody Road to Freedom are some of the best. Deko tears through the history of "the troubles" in Ireland, demonstrating every side's accountability. Recently a fan made light of the band's history of punning U2, and their pastiche of similar dialogue with some clever video editing. Bono and co weren't happy. U2 use it as background to elevate trite, Paranoid Visions are intertwined in it's tapestry. .

Ruts DC: Blackpool Rebellion Festival – live review

Ruts DC: 3 appearances at 2014's Rebellion festival by a very special band reviewed!

New Artist Of The Day: System Of Hate

New Artist of the Day: System of Hate. Barnsley bleak punk purveyors release new EP.

Original Blackpool punk band Antisocial reform for Rebellion Festival appearance…

Original Blackpool punk band Antisocial reform for Rebellion Festival appearance...

Penny Rimbaud & Eve Libertine to present “Yes Sir, I Will” at the Rebellion Festival 2014

Penny Rimbaud & Eve Libertine to present “Yes Sir, I Will” at the Rebellion Festival 2014 The Rebellion Festival today announced an interesting addition to...

Rebellion Amsterdam: The Melkweg – live review

The day is young and The Melkweg is peppered with punks. Rebellion has come to Amsterdam.

Punk Heroes Cock Sparrer Raise Money For Blackpool Charity

Punk Heroes Cock Sparrer Raise Money For Blackpool Charity.

Rebellion Festival – Day 2; Friday 9th August 2013

The Rebellion Festival The Winter Gardens, Blackpool It’s only the second day of the four day Rebellion onslaught, and already it is possible to identify those present...

Rebellion Festival: Day 1 – Thursday 8th August 2013

Rebellion Festival The Winter Gardens, Blackpool Thursday 8th August 2013 The 2013 Rebellion Festival; the biggest punk festival in the world -the festival that sees attendees travel...

The Adicts announce UK dates – Tickets on sale now

The Adicts are set to make their return to the UK this August; Having previously announced their Rebellion Festival appearance, people will be delighted...

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