december 2024

01dec7:00 pm10:30 pmHEX A.D Feat. Rowan Robertson (DIO)With members from Dio, Jon Lord’s band, Paul Di’Anno, Blaze Bayley, Ripper Owens’s solo band and Bernie Marsden!7:00 pm - 10:30 pm Cost: £12 adv.

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Snake in the Grass Music & Andy Brown proudly present

The English/ Norwegian super group Hex A.D. brings their epic new show to

the UK for a string of dates in November and December of 2024.

With members from Dio, Jon Lord’s band, Paul Di’Anno, Blaze Bayley, Ripper

Owens’s solo band and Bernie Marsden among others, it is safe to say that

this band is a force of hard rock power, and with a string of six critically

acclaimed albums under their own name as well, it is no secret that these

guys mean business.

Hex A.D. represents a fresh take on the classic heavy rock sound, and was

labelled “The new Black Sabbath” by Sweden Rock Magazine after the

release of the 2021 album “Funeral Tango for Gods and Men”. A record that

was voted album of the month in October 2021 by Norway’s biggest metal

magazine Scream Magazine. Notable contributions by TNT virtuoso Ronni

LeTekrö and the band’s fifth member Rowan Robertson, known for his stint

with Dio in the early ‘90s, helped cement this album’s bombastic sound.

2023 saw the release of the band’s sixth album, a double concept album

dealing with war crimes, human rights and genocide. The album was quickly

hailed as a stunning piece of work by the European hard rock press, and as a

result, the band has set up a massive production to be performed in theatres

in Scandinavia from May through September 2024.

The audiences can expect an overload of mighty riffs, ripping Hammond runs,

powerhouse drumming and atmospheric musical landscapes inspired by the

progressive masters from the ‘70s.

Hex A.D. featuring Rowan Robertson will include songs by Black Sabbath,

Dio and Iron Maiden as well as songs from their own rich catalogue.

Time

(Sunday) 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm

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