Feed The Rhino Tickets
Feed The Rhino: Loud and Brash
Feed the Rhino is a loud band with a signature sound that has been described as hardcore/rock 'n' roll, or simply "loud." Critics and commentators have described this troupe as a spectacle of sound invested in tearing apart or deconstructing traditional metal and hardcore rock sounds. Multiple generations of hardcore fans will not be disappointed -- with a barn-burning sound that thrills as it builds, Feed the Rhino brings the noise to the UK hardcore scene.
Feed the Rhino has been playing shows all over the UK, with stops at venues such as Waterfront Studio in Norwich, the The Underworld in London, the Exchange in Bristol, The Asylum in Birmingham, Sound Control in Manchester and Ivory Blacks in Glasgow. Look for more tour dates to come.
Always trying to shock their audiences, Feed the Rhino even moves the insanity to their merchandise stand, which is decorated with a huge, smoking rhino head.
Springing up from the River Medway town of Kent in Southeast England, Feed the Rhino burst onto the local music scene in 2010, and has been ripping it up ever since. Feed the Rhino is Lee Tobin on vocals, Sam Colley and James Colley on guitar, and Chris Kybert on drums. Oz Craggs slaps the bass. Screaming metal instrumentals and punk rock spill into the music of this band, which is known for relentless, in-your-face sounds. The group has grown in popularity due in part to their solo performances as well as supporting other acts. Their signing with a big record label, Century Media, also catapulted the band to the international spotlight.
Feed the Rhino broke through as a major talent when hardcore punk band Gallows bassist Stu Gili-Ross took interest in them. With Gili-Ross, the band was exposed to different venues and new audiences. Feed the Rhino hit the festival circuit and scored a huge number of fans after their performance at Sonisphere held at Knebworth Park in Hertfordshire. In 2011, Feed the Rhino stepped in for Trash Talk at the Hevy Music Festival, a heavy rock festival held at the Port Lympne Wild Animal Park in Kent, and played several mini-sets. The group's stellar performance earned them a huge, new fan base as well as a killer review in Kerrang magazine.
Feed the Rhino has released three studio albums and is still looking to chart. Feed the Rhino released "Mr. Red Eye" in 2010, and followed up with "The Burning Sons" in 2012. The band's newest album, "The Sorrow and the Sound" was released in 2014. The latest album has gotten significant critical acclaim for its breadth of sound.
Feed the Rhino has been compared to the likes of Pantera, Gallows and Slipknot. Those holding Feed the Rhino tickets will be in for a treat, with the now popular styles of the Colleys shredding it up on guitar and Tobin hitting the vocals on all cylinders. Get ready for a lot more than just "a lot of screaming." With a heavily ambient soundscape that throws a blanket over the crowd, Feed the Rhino is always ready to rock. Fans of loud, brash, heart-pounding sound will not be disappointed, and those who jump head first into the music may want to dive into the mosh pit for the full Rhino experience. Feed the Rhino tickets are a compelling reason to get out of bed and trundle down to a UK stage near you.
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