Punks set for Rotherham’s Cutler’s Arms
TWO punk-influenced bands will be hoping to draw a crowd to Rotherham’s Cutler’s Arms this weekend.
System of Hate and Seconds to Go are both performing at the Westgate pub on Sunday from 2.30pm.
Pitman poet Tony Goodwin will compere the event and read some of his work, including some verses from his Poems of Love and Loss CD.
System Of Hate hail from “the bowels of Barnsley” and have already racked up an impressive haul of support slots and won many new admirers with their brand of intense, aphotic power-punk.
Sheffield-based Seconds To Go have been formed from the ashes of Jodi & The Jupitrons and play a mixture of originals and covers, influenced by the poppier punk of 1970s, such as the Undertones and Buzzcocks.
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