Welcome back to Riot Act, your weekly dose of music reviews, chat and gossip. This week Steve and Remfry take a listen to brand new music from Porcupine Tree, Alexisonfire, Nervus and Zola Jesus, before getting a mixture of excited and not at all bothered by news of a full tour by the original line up of the Sugababes and a documentary about Motley Crue’s Vince Neil.
Then we turn our attention to Nine Inch Nails, who recently completed a full tour of the UK which included a stop at London’s Brixton Academy that Steve saw, but also both of our hosts saw their two night stint at the very aesthetically pleasing Eden Project in Cornwall. Both of the events were completely different in many ways, and we discuss them all, before music about other venues across the world that are as delightful to look at as the massive orb filled greenhouse that we spent the weekend in.
That should be enough to satisfy you, right? No? Want more? Okay, some people were arrested for partying in a pig pen in a place called Methwold in Suffolk. You’re very welcome.
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