Wednesday 19th March 2014
Doors Open: 19:00
Advanced Ticket Price: £7
Age Restriction: 14+
Voodoo Six play Warehouse23. Supported by Santa Cruz
2013 has been a landmark year for Voodoo Six
Not only did they release a new album Songs To Invade Countries To, which continues to be critically acclaimed, but they also featured as main support on arguably the tour of the year: the legendary Iron Maiden’s ‘Maiden England’ European tour
28 shows in 18 countries in arenas, stadiums and festivals, playing to an estimated 300,000 people and culminating in a sold-out show at the O2 Arena in their hometown of London
The new album Songs To Invade Countries To is the follow-up to their 2010 album Fluke?, which was released through Classic Rock magazine’s Powerage Records and mixed by uber studio engineer Mike Fraser (AC/DC, Aerosmith, Metallica, Jimmy Page), boasting the talent of brand new vocalist and front man Luke Purdie.
Songs To Invade Countries To consists of 11 tracks mixed by Tony Newton & Pedro Ferreira (The Darkness, Enter Shikari, Therapy?) and mastered by Ade Emsley (Iron Maiden, Steve Harris). The album was recorded & mixed at Steve Harris’ Barnyard Studio UK and released worldwide on May 27th on Spinefarm/Universal, the same date V6 started their mammoth European trek with Iron Maiden.
Santa Cruz are a four piece rock band from Helsinki, Finland, who formed in 2007 inspired by such greats as Skid Row and Guns n’ Roses. The sound of Santa Cruz is now getting it’s wings, as they blend their influence of the 80s and early 90s hard rock sound with elements of modern rock and metal and put it in their own special blender. What you get is pure adrenaline and attitude in the form of honest rock n’ roll, not to mention the virtuoso level of musicianship
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