The Scene: Death Valley Piledriver

Death Valley Piledriver
Death Valley Piledriver
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It’s all about the metal in Stamford tomorrow (Saturday) as Death Valley Piledriver return to the Voodoo Lounge at Mama Liz’s.

The five-piece are tearing up 2013 after bringing in new drummer Scott Cousins at the start of the year.

Singer Rikki Sieley is pleased with the energy injected into the band and wants to see Stamford jumping at tomorrow’s gig.

He said: “Scott has fitted in so well. We tried a few people out but we needed somebody that would fit personality wise, somebody who understood us and most importantly likes a beer and a shot.

“It turns out Scott is all that and more. He has added a lot of power and attitude to the lineup. Come down and see him - he’s like Animal from The Muppets.

“We also have hometown hero Adrian “Evil” Heathershaw (former Wasted front man and Matricyde bass player) filling in on guitar for Bish due to work commitments.”

Anyone who hasn’t heard Death Valley Piledriver before just needs to look back at the heroes of thrash metal to get an idea. The band formed after nights singing along to Pantera and not much has changed since.

With a reinvigorated lineup they are now looking to get their name out even more.

But tomorrow’s gig has a simple aim. With support from Driven, Enthrallment Eternal and Attor, Death Valley Piledriver just want to make some noise.

Doors are 8.15pm with tickets £4.

The Scene is open to any band, artist or performer wanting to promote a show. To be in it contact reporter Alex Moore on 01780 750441, e-mail or tweet @Mercury_Alex.