Trevor’s Head headline at Bar 42, Worthing from 7.00 pm tonight (Friday November 11th). In support are Kodiak Jack, Black Fire Rising and Southpaw.
Redhill rock band Trevor’s Head play meaty grooves and frantic fretwork. They like to play fast and loose, while doffing their hats (if they had any) to the blues. Expect overdriven amp stacks, a furious yet melodic rhythm section and powerhouse vocals. Trevor’s Head are Roger (guitars and vox), David (guitar), Matt (drums) and Aaron (bass and vox).
On stage Kodiak Jack have built up a reputation for their energetic live shows which has seen them build a loyal fan base and earn them support slots with Canadian metallers Kobra & The Lotus, guitar legend Paul Gilbert (Mr. Big & Racer X), Everything Everything and Elvis Jackson to name but a few.
A love of all things rock (and dark dirty beats) Black Fire Rising draw lines from Biffy Clyro, through Muse, once round the 70s and out through Seattle around 1989. Singing with a thinly veiled anger at past acquaintances, missed chances and a youthful hope of better things they play every gig like their lives depend on it. Black Fire Rising promise to give you a night of blood, sweat and tears (yours not theirs) and will leave you singing the words without knowing a single one.
Southpaw are a 5-piece band from Brighton, creating primarily Rock/Hip hop based anthems, fusing the melodic with the just down right dirty. Meeting at college in Brighton (access to music) and forming in early October 2012, Southpaw has quickly become a solid and impressive young act, with live-shows packed full of energy and grit, sure to leave you wanting more.
Bar 42 is at 42 Marine Parade on Worthing seafront.