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Johnny Main
16th February 2017


Glasgow based rockers Stoneface have announced a special one-off live date at the city's famous Cathouse nightclub on Saturday 22nd April, which will feature very special guests Rusted Hero and The Raging Sickness.

The band explained: "Writing and pre-production of the Stoneface album #2 is progressing really well, but we interrupt it to bring you this special event. We have two very special guest bands coming up from 'darn sarf' to play with us at this show. They're both fantastic bands and you'd be crazy to miss this event."

MetalTalk can exclusively reveal that Newcastle-Upon-Tyne trio Rusted Hero and The Raging Sickness, who also hail from Newcastle, will be supporting Stoneface on this very special one-off gig. Rusted Hero are slowly building a reputation for solid live performances with their mixture of modern rock, blues, and grunge combined with unique lyrical backgrounds which offer an exciting sound.

The Raging Sickness on the other hand, have performed a number of times at London's O2 where they shared stages with Funeral For A Friend, Kids In Glass Houses and The Hoosiers.


Stoneface themselves were first formed in late 2014 and after a couple of small gigs, they release their full length self-titled debut album in February 2015. Support slots with Skiltron and The Toi brought them to the attention of local promoters Shock City productions who quickly signed them up, enabling the band to support former Sensational Alex Harvey Band/Michael Schenker Group bass guru Chris Glen and up and coming Scottish star, Kieran Robertson.

Tickets are on sale now from the usual vendors and those wanting to go are advised to book early to avoid disappointment.

Stoneface are:
Stewart Storrie – Vocals
Grant Walsh – Guitar
Richard Walsh – Bass Guitar
Alistair McMenemy – Drums

All Stoneface pictures – © Main Stage Photography 2017


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