Thursday, 28 January 2016

@mortiis brings demonic metal to #newcastle @thecluny follow @rftkpromotions for more gig details


MORTIIS will be returning to our shores for a run of 7 headline shows in May - the tour kicks off at Newcastle’s Cluny venue on 23rd May and commences at Bristol’s Fleece on 29th May. The tour will follow hot on the heels of the forthcoming release of Mortiis’ new album ‘The Great Deceiver’, which is out on 4th March via Omnipresence.

The band comments: ”It´s about time we came back to the UK for some shows. See you in May, you bastards.”

MORTIIS 'demons are back' UK TOUR

May 23rd NEWCASTLE Cluny
May 24th GLASGOW Audio
May 25th MANCHESTER Ruby
May 26th BIRMINGHAM O2 Institute
May 27th BRIGHTON Haunt
May 28th LONDON Garage
May 29th BRISTOL Fleece


Tickets are on sale now at:|

Check out the recently released videos for the tracks ‘Doppelgänger’ & ‘The Shining Lamp of God’, both are taken from the forthcoming Mortiis album ’The Great Deceiver:

‘Doppelganger’ -
(free single download available available from!doppelganger/w6nmz)

‘The Shining Lamp of God’
(free single download available from

Wednesday, 20 January 2016

@theRichieRamone plays special Newcastle @thcluny show on February 9th. @RFTKPromotions

Richie Ramone plays special Newcastle show 
on February 9th.

Former Ramones drummer Richie Ramone (nee Richard Reinhardt) is to play a show with his band at The Cluny on February 9th.
Richie was drummer with the Ramones between 1983 and 1987.  He is the only Ramones drummer to be the sole composer and writer of Ramones songs.
He is also the only Ramones drummer to have ever taken lead vocals, tracks such as 'Can't Say Anything Nice'.
Other songs he's written include 'Smash You', 'Humankind', 'I'm not Jesus', 'I know Better Now', '(You) Can't Say Anything Nice' and of course 'Somebody Put Something in My Drink'.

Although Richie's band have played the UK a few times in recent years, this will actually be the first time in Newcastle.  However, members of his band are no stranger to the region : Alex Kane, previously of Antiproduct, is involved - AP were a hardworking band who had a very good following in the North-East, they even held their first birthday party in South Shields!

This is almost a show of two halves, so we've got a true punk icon playing a full 90 minute set, the opening act is somewhat of a newcomer.

Klammer have been getting a lot of good feedback including touted as 'best newcomers' via BBC Introducing.
The band have a modern take on post-punk and dark-pop and are sure to win over fans.

Tickets are just £10 in advance (£13 on the door on the night) keeping the price down to make this open to as many fans as possible, a good chance to see a true legend in an intimate setting for an affordable price.

Advance tickets available from The Cluny or online on

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