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Sirenity Rockfest 2018 Review by KL

Sirenity were buzzing as they embarked on their first out of county gig and travelled to Devon to open Rockfest 2018 : in Aid of St Lukes’s Hospice at Crash Manor in Plymouth. The 2 day gig, featuring 20 bands, has been run for over 17 years by Cuz and Lyn Cuzzens and team. Rockfest is a well aclaimed event on the local calendar that promises a marathon weekend of epic rock music within a fundraiser.

The band arrived to a gathering crowd that consisted of early bird locals, committed Rockfesters and a group of family, friends and followers of the band, and indeed, Chaos aka Carl Henshall, the ‘local boy come home’. Chaos had not played in Plymouth for over 14 years; some at Crash Manor had never seen him play live, and some, not since his Faith Healer band days in the early 90s.

Sirenity entered the stage to the haunting tones of their track ‘Save Me’ and then quickly dived right into the set with ‘He Decays’;  a heavy metal track laden with double bass drum patterns and strong guitar a…

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