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Million Dead


Live

Lock 17, London, 17/4/2006

Million Dead - Lock 17, London,  17/4/2006

Never afraid to show his influences, former Million Dead frontman Frank Turner incorporates both country/folk numbers and also acoustic anthemic rockers. Dan Cressey enjoys an energetic, but short set at London's Lock 17


West End Centre, Aldershot, 31/7/2004

Million Dead - West End Centre, Aldershot, 31/7/2004

Million Dead have added new life to the rapidly fading hard core/femo formula pupularised by the likes of Funeral for a Friend and Finch. Philip Vincent finds himself in the mosh at the Aldershot West End Centre for the first time in half a decade


Brickyard, Carlisle, 18/4/2004

Million Dead - Brickyard, Carlisle, 18/4/2004

One of the rising punk bands , Million Dead recently toured Britain. Mark Rowland watches "one of the better new rock bands in Britain at the moment" put on a rabble-rousing show at the Carlisle Brickyard


Reviews


A Song to Ruin (2009)


Remastered double CD reissue of the debut album of hardcore band Million Dead, acclaimed punk-folk singer-songwriter Frank Turner's original band, which despite only being released in 2003 already seems dated


Related


Interviews

Chris T-T
Interview

Brighton-based singer-songwriter Chris T-T has spent much of the last year touring with former Million Dead frontman Frank Turner. Helen Tipping chats to him about politics, his recent trilogy of albums about the downfall of London and going out on the road with Turner


Fighting with Wire
Interview Miscellaneous - Interview

Formed out the ashes of the ill-fated Clearshot, Northern Irish trio Fighting with Wire have toured with the likes of Biffo Clyro and Million Dead. Aaron Brown speaks to singer Cahir O' Doherty about the band's forthcoming album


Live

Frank Turner
Borderline, London, 13/2/2007 Frank Turner - Borderline, London, 13/2/2007

At a show at the Borderline in London, Dan Cressey finds punk-turned-folk singer and former Million Dead front man Frank Turner's vitriolic form of song writing as brutally sharp as ever, but the back slapping between him and his audience somewhat muting the impact of his performance


Features

Photoscapes
Hold Steady Frank Turner - Hold Steady

Pennyblackmusic phootgrapher takes photos of former Million Dead front man Frank Turner at a gig at the Soho Revue Bar in London







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