Even though it’s only 5 weeks away, HRH HQ have added even more top quality bands to the HRH AOR VIII line-up!
Legendary German metallers Bonfire have been in the music scene in one form or another since 1972 – but are now enjoying one of the most successful periods in their career surpassing even the heady days of the ‘80s. Ever-present band leader Hans Ziller is still pushing the band on, and Bonfire continue to release new material, well-received cover albums, and live albums to this day, with a new release slated for this year. Bonfire will be appearing in a late-night slot on the main stage on Friday. Sadly Madam X won’t be performing due to commitments in the US but will join us in 2021.
Liverpudlians Little Triggers exploded on the scene back in 2016, and have since honed their sound in the direction of hard rock in the style of The Hives and even Rival Sons since their beginnings as a more indie outfit. The lads open the main stage on the Thursday – so be there early to catch this incredible live outfit who are destined for big things.
Hells Addiction are on fire right now – their latest EP “V1.0” – smashed the rock charts last year and the band are currently working on new material that hopefully we will be treated to in Great Yarmouth. The Midlanders play the DC Party and After Party on Thursday.
Lonely Dakota bring their unique brand of alt-rock to HRH AOR VIII, opening Stage 2 on Friday 13th. Hopefully this won’t be bad luck for the band who are making waves in the UK rock scene. Hailing from the south coast of England, the lads will be sure to bring their A-game when they open Stage 2 on Friday.
NWOBHM stalwarts High Treason take to Stage 2 on Friday. Formed in the ‘70s, these guys know their onions – their latest release, Silver Bullets, is a masterpiece of rock. The band are best known for their 1980 hit “Saturday Night Special”, but their new album is spearheading a resurgence for the band and we can’t wait to see them live in March.
Londoners The Fiascos will add an element of punk rock’n’roll to the Friday at HRH AOR VIII. The 4-piece have a fresh sound, bringing energy and no lack of class to the stage. Although they claim to have recorded half of their album in less than an hour, we are sure they won’t rush their appearance for Fridays After Show Party!
Highway to Hell winners Twister are itching to reprise their incredible main stage appearance at the HRH Awards Ceremony last November. The Geordie lads are set to release new material over the coming months as they cement their new deal with Off Yer Rocka Records. Stage 1 on Saturday will see the guys take another step towards world domination!
One of the youngest bands to ever take to an HRH stage, the incredible Ethyrfield will show again why they are one of the hottest properties in the UK rock and metal scene. Mentored by Tony Iommi, the lads from Newton Abbot have no equals when it comes to songwriting, and live performances of their 2 EPs to date – their self-titled debut and 2019’s masterpiece Taurus.
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HRH AOR has been sold out for 11 months, however, we have come up with a special deal to clear last-minute accommodation cancellations if you fancy it…