Team Member: Elizabeth Birt

Band management assistant. Goth princess and lover of all things music and sport.

Elizabeth Birt's Articles:

Moose Blood, Creeper and Seven Stories High @ The Scene, Swansea

Elizabeth Birt went and saw Moose Blood on the Swansea leg of their tour. Support came from Creeper and Seven Stories High - here is Liz's review of the evening!

Death By Disco – The Story of Pain and Glory EP Launch @ Moon Club, Cardiff

The Moon Club in Cardiff was the venue for my latest trip despite not knowing the performing all that well...would I be pleasantly surprised or would I be disappointed? Find out here!

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes Announce Creeper As Tour Support

Frank Carter is back and heading out on a UK wide tour this October with the Rattlesnakes! Announced today is main support from Southampton goth-punkers Creeper.

New Law Signalling the End of the CD?

could this new law signal the end of the Compact Disc? Elizabeth Birt gives her thoughts...

Raise the Dead this Halloween with The Dead Xiii

Now what are you going to do for Halloween this year? Then The Dead Xiii sure do have the answer for you!

Future Talk – The Path That Sadness Paved

Future Talk released debut EP ‘The Path that Sadness Paved’ on August 24th and here is what I thought of it...

The Dead Xiii – Catacombs

Manchester horror-metallers The Dead Xiii released their eagerly anticipated debut album Catacombs following 2014’s Creatures of the Night EP and here is what I thought...

Elasea – Where I Belong EP

Berkshire quartet Elasea released EP Where I Belong on August 3rd. The alt rock group’s debut offering shows influence from the likes of Lower than Atlantis and Mallory Knox. Here is what we thought of it...

Neck Deep – Life’s Not Out To Get You

Elizabeth Birt had a listen to British Pop Punk pioneers Neck Deep's new release 'Life's Not Out To Get You', does it hold up to their previously renowned material? find out here...

They Say Fall – Deadlights

Elizabeth Birt had a listen to They Say Fall's new track 'Deadlights' and gave her thoughts on it...

Creeper @ Undertone, Cardiff

Undertone in Cardiff, a small floor show venue in the heart of the city centre, welcomes Southampton goth-punks Creeper. Here is the review of their performance...

The Misfits @ Motion, Bristol

It was time for me to head across the bridge today to tick something off my bucket list. Seeing The Misfits live. Here is the review of the evening...

Lizi Interviews Creeper

Lizi caught up with Will Gould, vocalist of goth-punk band Creeper during their headline show in Cardiff to get the low-down on their support slot with The Misfits, signing to Roadrunner Records and the inspiration behind new EP The Callous Hearts.

Ashestoangels/Farewell My Love @ Thekla, Bristol

So for this review, I went on a boat ride (after a train ride across the border to the lovely rainy city of Bristol). The first challenge for me would be to get over my fear of boats and open water and actually get on the boat which I did complete with only a minor freak-out. But all in the name of music and to celebrate (and commiserate) the end of the British Horror Story Tour.

More Than Most/The Afterparty @ O2 Islington

Today's ventures took me back to London to the O2Academy2 in Islington to see More Than Most headlining and filming their live music video for their next single.

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