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Panic Room (ex-Karnataka) UK Gigs, April 08

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Topic: Panic Room (ex-Karnataka) UK Gigs, April 08
Posted By: VanderGraafKommandöh
Subject: Panic Room (ex-Karnataka) UK Gigs, April 08
Date Posted: February 13 2008 at 19:52
I just thought I'd post the following gig dates here for the band Panic Room, who have formed from the remnants of Karnataka (but no Rachel Jones).  Lydney Town Hall is a great little venue, so if you like Karnataka and want to see a similar band play in a good little venue, then this may appeal to you.

The e-mail I received, I am sure Stephen won't mind me giving out some free advertising. Clap

Hi All
 
Just a quick midweek note to let you all know about  http://www.sonicbond.com/prodtype.asp?PT_ID=164&strPageHistory=cat - Panic Room dates in April!
 
 
Panic Room are the new band formed by two thirds of Karnataka after the bands split in 2004.  It features Anne Marie Helder - lead vocals, Jonathan Edwards - keyboards, Paul Davies - guitar and Gavin John Griffiths - drums, with Alan Vaughn on bass.  The band's superb debut album Visionary Position is well worth the wait and is released in a few weeks. It will, of course, be on sale from http://www.sonicbond.com/ - Sonicbond !
 
The band say: "We'll be playing songs from Visionary Position, some as yet unrecorded new songs, some nods to our past and some surprises that we think you'll love."
 
The first date is at http://www.sonicbond.com/product.asp?numRecordPosition=2&P_ID=1251&strPageHistory=cat&strKeywords=&SearchFor=&PT_ID=164 - Lydney Town Hall, Gloucestershire on April 11th , and support is from the superb http://www.sonicbond.com/prodtype.asp?PT_ID=297&strPageHistory=cat - Mermaid Kiss whose album http://www.sonicbond.com/product.asp?numRecordPosition=1&P_ID=1072&strPageHistory=cat&strKeywords=&SearchFor=&PT_ID=297 - Etarlis has been a real favourite with Sonicbond customers. Tickets can be bought online from Sonicbond here, price £12 plus a £1 booking fee.  Please bear in mind that sonicbond discount codes cannot be used on this item.
 
The other dates are:
 
April 12th. Herringthorpe Leisure Centre for the CRS with support http://www.sonicbond.com/prodtype.asp?PT_ID=514&strPageHistory=cat - The Dreaming Tree .
April 13th.  The Point Cardiff Bay with support Mermaid Kiss
April 17th.  Club Riga, Southend.
April 19th.  The Peel, Kingston - double headliner with Jump
 
 
Best wishes - and see you on the tour!
 
Stephen

http://www.sonicbond.com/ - www.sonicbond.com



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Replies:
Posted By: Blacktabøl
Date Posted: February 26 2008 at 21:44
That looks interesting. What caught my attention was where you mentioned Mermaid Kiss. They sent me a friend request yesterday, and I accepted it. Now, I can say I'm friends with the band.


Posted By: Jared
Date Posted: February 27 2008 at 06:35
^^it's still a long way to travel from Fort Wayne, though....LOL
 
I MAY be able to get to the Lydney gig....are there any other PA members thinking of attending??
 
Jared
 


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February's Listens:
Above Symmetry: Ripples 4/5
Nightwish: Imaginaerum 4.5/5
Pathosray: Sunless Skies 3/5
Shadow Gallery: Digital Ghosts 3.5/5
Vanden Plas: Seraphic Clockwork 3.5/5


Posted By: VanderGraafKommandöh
Date Posted: February 27 2008 at 06:39
I would... if it was different bands. LOL

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Posted By: Jared
Date Posted: February 27 2008 at 08:11
Originally posted by James James wrote:

I would... if it was different bands. LOL
 
fair weather prog fan, you turned out to be....Wink
 
 
LOL


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February's Listens:
Above Symmetry: Ripples 4/5
Nightwish: Imaginaerum 4.5/5
Pathosray: Sunless Skies 3/5
Shadow Gallery: Digital Ghosts 3.5/5
Vanden Plas: Seraphic Clockwork 3.5/5


Posted By: VanderGraafKommandöh
Date Posted: February 27 2008 at 08:21
Well, I may still be tempted yet... I prefer neo-prog when it's live (not that I've seen much live neo-prog) and there is a female singer, so I could be swayed...

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Posted By: Jared
Date Posted: April 06 2008 at 05:04
Is anyone else going along to this??
 
I might be persuaded...Smile


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February's Listens:
Above Symmetry: Ripples 4/5
Nightwish: Imaginaerum 4.5/5
Pathosray: Sunless Skies 3/5
Shadow Gallery: Digital Ghosts 3.5/5
Vanden Plas: Seraphic Clockwork 3.5/5



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