Live Review @ Rock N Roll Circus Fundraiser - 9/10 (Musipedia Of Metal)
Saturdays event was certainly a day out!
A fine selection of bands on across the afternoon into the evening, all undertaken without Vaughan knowing he'd broken his ankle.
Huge high five for another kind review from the Musipedia Of Metal guys.
Here's a great excerpt;
"...once again the band proved that there is no substitute for class with a fantastic 40 minutes which got the crowd moving and prompted hearty applause."
"Soon got even hotter as Cardiff’s finest Fallen Temples (9) hit the stage. The powerhouse trio had wowed a recent heat of Metal To The Masses In Cardiff with their no-nonsense hard rock, and once again the band proved that there is no substitute for class with a fantastic 40 minutes which got the crowd moving and prompted hearty applause." "Tracks from The Future We Left Behind EP mixed with newer material, Euphoria and Phoenix sounding brilliant, the latter having only debuted in recent weeks although you’d never have guessed it from the cohesive delivery. Closing with the anthemic Cut The Wire, Fallen Temples once again proved a quality act. It was later revealed that guitarist/vocalist Adam Vaughan played the gig with a broken ankle sustained skiing. What a hero!"
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All pictures courtesy of Konstantina Frasia Photography Cardiff.