All Points East 2019 – Ticket Giveaway – Terms and Conditions

Bring Me The Horizon will be headlining All Points East Festival at London’s Victoria Park on Friday 31st May 2019. They will be appearing alongside Sleeping With Sirens, Architects, While She Sleeps, Employed To Sleep, Run The Jewels, Nothing But Thieves, Idles, Scarlxrd, Yonka, Lotus Eater, and Alice Glass.
And YOU could be there!

We have FIVE PAIRS of tickets to GIVE AWAY. All you will need to do is enter the ballot to be in with a chance of winning.

Watch this video to find out more.



The Competition

The competition is enter a ballot in order to win tickets for the All Points East Festival, headlined by Bring Me The Horizon on Friday 31st May 2019, and is non-transferrable to any other festival dates.

Competition will run from 10:00pm on Saturday 11th May 2019  until 11:59pm on Thursday 16th May 2019.

All entrants must be 18 or over as must potential guests. (The festival reserve the right to ask for age verifying identification on the day.)

Winners will be randomly selected on Friday 17th May 2019, and the winners will be contacted by 3pm.

Winners of the competition MUST be present at the festival in order for both them and their guests to gain entry.

Winners will be responsible for arranging their own travel and accommodation if not based in London.

Entry to the Competion Ballot

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  • Purchase ANY item from at any value – FIVE ENTRIES

(Maximum nine entries per person/Maximum of one entry per social media platform)

All Entrants Must be 18 or Over.

Winners will be contacted in the first instance by Rebellious Noise. If your name is chosen through a purchase you will be contacted via the Email Address you signed up with. If your name was chosen through a social media share then you will be contacted via the social media method which was drawn.

Rebellious Noise Ltd. will not keep or pass on any personal details to any third parties.

By Entering this ballot you agree for Rebellious Noise to pass your preferred email address to All Points East Festival ONLY.

The Legal Stuff

Rebellious Noise Ltd. Are running this competition on behalf of All Points East Festival, and therefore are not responsible for any event cancellations.

All Points East Festival will have final say over any decisions regarding the event.

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VIDEO: Cooks (Microwave) | Pie & Mash Off – Bonus Episode

In this bonus episode of the Pie & Mash Off the boys visit the location of a former shop in Limehouse and pick up a microwave version of the meal nearby to take back to the office for a taster session.

Scott and Terry are joined by Jamie to sample the Pie n’ Mash, go through it’s ingredients, prepare the meal and debate what expectations for a microwavable version of the cockney classic should be.



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VIDEO: Eastenders | Pie & Mash Off – Episode 2

In this episode of the Pie & Mash Off the boys head to Chrisp Street Market in Poplar, East London again but this time they’re there to check out the other Pie n’ Mash staple of Poplar “Eastenders”.

Scott chats to the owner Brian about the history of the cockney dish and the reactions from tourists looking for that traditional meal.

Jax and Terry also join Scott to sample the Pie n’ Mash that Eastenders has to offer over a chat about their memories growing up and going to this shop.


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REVIEW: Impractical Jokers ‘Where’s Larry?’ Tour (13/10/17)

When around 15,000 people squeeze themselves into the O2 Arena you know it’s going to be a good night. We settled into our (much better than last time) seats and within around 10-15 mins it was time for the Support Act who was American Comedian Steve Byrne.

Although only having half an hour. Steve did pretty good, although there wasn’t much comedy and joke telling, apart from the odd joke about him being half Asian and half Irish and describing himself as an Asian Kevin Spacey dressed as a figure skater. The majority of his set was taken up by him playing out his dream of being in a boyband. He picked a number of men from the crowd, and wanted ‘One of Each’ and proceeded to pick five gents of different ethnicities to form the band. He then called up a girl from the crowd who was celebrating a birthday and proceeded to lead everyone in a hilarious dance routine. Which, for the girl must have been extremely cringeworthy. But from a fan’s perspective. It was utterly hilarious!


He then asked everyone in the crowd to get to their feet and join him in singing a song, and as Mr. Brightside blasted over the loudspeaker and words appeared on the screen, The Impractical Jokers ended up coming out dancing around and singing with everyone else and pulling a few kids out the crowd to come on stage and give a few high fives and hugs, as well as posing for a few selfies. All in all, a decent warm up for the main attraction.
It then came to the four guys everyone was waiting for: Sal, Joe, Q and Murr – The Impractical Jokers.

One thing I found which was really heart-warming was there was a lady behind us signing the show for the deaf people.


They kick off by warning the kids about curse words, then proceed to swear quite a lot, they refer to themselves as the older golden girls of Prank shows, and flow their banter backwards and forwards. They went on to talking about punishments, and the permanent ones they have had, which were the guys tattoos. They proceed to show off their tattoos they were made to get as part of a punishment, Joe was the one selecting what inkwork the guys would get, and he decided that he wanted to make them personal to each guy. Q was first up saying that his took 30mins and was a cat and the words ’38 . Lives Alone. Has 3 Cats’ which at the time was accurate. They were joking that there were enough spaces to add things to it, and they moved on to the next one which was Murr who’s tattoo took 1hr 30mins and was a skydiving ferret, due to the guys saying he looks like a ferret and him being really scared when he skydived. Sal was the last one up, and was in the chair for 3hrs when they showed him the tattoo that Joe had chosen for him, it was a portrait of Jaden Smith on his thigh, which was totally random, and he says adds a conversation starter for when he’s getting intimate with women etc. He also said they met Jaden Smith and showed him the tattoo, he didn’t seem best pleased in the photo they put on the screen.
The next story they told involved Q and WWE Superstar Hornswoggle, they got talking over twitter and Q went to DM his number to ‘Swoggle, not realising that he actually posted it as a status. He received so many calls and texts, that he called to change his number. When on the phone he read the number out loud, and while he was doing this, Joe over heard and tweeted the number, much to the hilarity of Sal and Murr. Q Called again and changed the number a second time, and again one of the guys tweeted out the number. They did eventually let him sort it properly.

Sal’s story he told was about a guy in a wheelchair. He said there was this guy he noticed who was either standing, or sitting up very high in his chair, so Sal challenged him, and the guy shouted out I’m in a wheelchair. Sal’s face was a picture! The next time they went to the show in the same city, the same guy was there and he had a T-shirt saying ‘I’m in a wheelchair.’


They then decided to play a game which they play with each other on a night out. They teach us how to play: You put your phones in the middle of the table… Then someone random picks one of the phones, open their contacts, scroll down and when someone shouts stop, they have to stop and send the message ‘I tested positive’ to the person and wait for the reply. They did this with the audience, and a random chick gave them her phone, the contact it stopped on ended up being her Dad! He didn’t reply, so they texted again saying ‘Fuck You’ and then again with a picture of Joe’s butt.

The guys brought the show to a close with a massive thank you to their second home, and that in January over 75,000 people came out in London to watch them, and that they were family and not just fans.

They show the video of Murr eating shit again, and close the show with Twist and Shout.

All in all I enjoyed the show, and some of the stories that they told were brilliant and hilarious.

Check out the review I did back in January of the ‘Santiago Sent Us’ Tour


VIDEO: Finn Balor talks about his Jack the Ripper entrance at NXT TakeOver London

Scott sits down with WWE Superstar Finn Balor to ask him about his iconic entrance as Jack the Ripper at NXT TakeOver London. Finn discusses where the idea came from to create Finn the Ripper and the way it was executed on the night as well as some of his other iconic costumes and best entrances. Finn Balor also teaches Scott how to do the ‘Finn Freeze‘.

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REVIEW: Doyle + Generation Graveyard + The Dead XIII – The Underworld, London (06/02/17)

This was a show I had been looking forward to since it was announced. Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein finally touring the UK. I always wanted to see Misfits live but due to them breaking up before I was old enough, missed out. Worth the wait.

First up were openers The Dead XIII. Coming onstage with full make up on each member, I thought I was about to witness a black metal band but when they started playing opener “Frost Bite”, I found myself happily nodding along to a great mixture of electro/metal. Energetic onstage, they got the growing crowd going and shouting along (whether we knew the words or not). Personal favourite was the track “XIII”. Definitely worth checking out again. Their album “Catacombs” is available now.

Next, Generation Graveyard. Briefly battling technical issues, they came out strong. Their politically charged death punk is like a swift punch to the face compared to a lot of music out there. Really getting the crowd moving and singing along they put on a fantastic, energetic set. The intensity and energy they brought to the stage was eagerly reciprocated by an ever-growing crowd as they blasted through each song from the set, never slowing the aural assault. Fantastic set from a great bunch of guys. Their EP “Lonewolves” is available now.

20170206_212914 (2)Finally, the band we’d all been waiting for. From the opening howl of “Abominator” to the close of “Hope Hell Is Warm”, this band was on fire. A full hour set filled with tracks from their current album, interlaced with classic Misfits tracks. Doyle looked monstrous, stomping the stage in full beast mode and beating the hell of his signature guitar, not missing a beat. Match that with the extremely energetic and impressive vocals of AlexWolfman Story, you have an impressive combination.

A set that just couldn’t disappoint, they tore through each song with force and a quick intro in the form of the words “This is a love song, you can dance to it if you’re so inclined” from the Wolfman.

I was completely blown away by the performance and can’t wait till they come back. Personal favourites were “Valley Of Shadows” and “Drawing Down The Moon”. The Album “Abominator” is out now.



REVIEW: Brutai & Wearing Scars – The Underworld, London (22/01/17)

On a freezing cold Sunday in Camden, the big story is the return of Howard Jones with Devil You Know. Sadly I had the misfortune to miss them but they brought some amazing openers with them that were worth the ticket price alone.

First up, with an  early opening set, were the hometown boys in Brutai. A surprisingly decent turnout for a young up and coming band. From the first chords of opening track “Of Ashes”, you could tell that these guys are definitely one to keep your eye on. To say they were tight is an understatement.

All the instruments come together in near perfect synchronicity and the dual vocal assault from singer Felix Lawrie and keyboardist Alex Lorimer add extra layers of melody and brutality to each song. My personal highlight has to have been the penultimate track ” Deep”.

If you know the band then this is most likely the song that stands out. Equal parts melody and crushing heaviness, strong vocals that you couldn’t help but sing along with, they had the crowd enraptured. Definitely a strong up and coming British band to keep your eye on. Their full album “Born” is available through Transcend Music.

Now on to a band that I have had my eye on for a while, Wearing Scars. You cannot fault the pedigree of this band, made up of former members of Sacred Mother Tongue and Mutiny Within.  Taking to the stage to near full crowd, they break into opener “Become Numb”.

It’s obvious from the start that the crowd is in for something special. The guitar work of the legend that is Andy James is wonder to behold. Note perfect for every song with solos that would melt even the stoniest of faces. Couple this with the astounding voice and presence of vocalist Chris Clancy and you get some of the most melodic sing along anthems going. Finish that off with the incomparable rhythm section of bassist Craig Dawes and drummer Lee Newell, you have the total package.

They blazed through a strong set, the crowd singing along with every word. My personal highlights were ” Stand Alone” and the closer “Butterfly”. If you get a chance to see this phenomenal band I suggest you do as I don’t see them playing smaller venues for much longer.

Wearing Scars album “A Thousand Words” is available now!








As mentioned previously, Wearing Scars features former members of Sacred Mother Tongue, Check out this archive Rebellious Noise interview from 2013 with the some of the guys in their former band


VIDEO: Worst Transfer Deadline Day Ever (SPOOF)

The busiest day of the window ends up being the most hectic as some of the worst reporters clash with some of the worst fans.

Davey MacDonald keeps messing up at West Ham, the enthusiastic Austin Steinberger is sent to Arsenal, Chandler Buckingham III has to deal with commoners at Chelsea and Barry Redcap has a few deals up his sleeve.

This is obviously meant as a lighthearted spoof, we hope you can see the funny side of the Transfer Deadline Day with us.


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REVIEW: Avenged Sevenfold – The O2 Arena, London, (21/01/17)

BEST GIG EVER! That is the only way I can describe how incredible Avenged Sevenfold  were. Absolutely flawless from the first note of The Stage to the final note of Unholy Confessions. They spanned all 17 years as a band as they played hits from all of their albums, Sounding The Seventh Trumpet, Waking The Fallen, City of Evil, Avenged Sevenfold, Nightmare, Hail To The King and The Stage. They took the entire crowd, of 17,000 strong on a visual journey with their new CGI graphics, and in the form of a floating cube above the stage. New drummer Brooks Wackerman was that good, you would have thought The Rev was sitting back behind the kit.

The night started with me being ill in bed, and dragging myself up and out of the house unfortunately we missed InFlames but I hear they were great! We arrived in time to catch the last 30 minutes of Disturbed who were absolutely incredible! David Draiman had the audience in the palm of his hand, and his near perfect vocals sounded absolutely beautiful, Damn, that man can sing! The audience went nuts for Stricken and then for their final hit  Down With The Sickness. I would definitely go back to seeing them again.

Then come the band the entire crowd waited for. Avenged Sevenfold, a band I’ve been lucky enough to see now on three occasions. I think this may have been the best of the lot though. An incredible performance, from an incredible band. They are quickly showing why they are going to be one of those bands who stand the test of time, I, for one, hope this band stick around for a very long time, and don’t think it will be long before they’re playing Stadium shows.

Thank you A7X  for an amazing night, M Shadows, Johnny Christ, Synyster Gates, Zacky Vengeance and Brooks Wackerman you all did Jimmy proud tonight!

Until next time!

VIDEO: Life in 2006 – Backyard Wrestling

We got so tired of talking about 2016 that we decided to make a series on 2006 instead. I’m joined by my long time friends Justin and Terry talk about what life was like for us 10 years earlier as we react to videos of ourselves from 2006. In this episode we watch clips from when we were “Backyard Wrestlers” and talk about our lost agility, some of our questionable fashion decisions and plenty of funny memories about Backyard Wrestling and life in general.

If you like this episode then check back soon for the other episodes that see us react to more Life in 2006.

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