Friday 13th might be unlucky for some but for Corby’s finest it was the highly of a year that saw them put their collective livers to the test. Here’s their pro-shot full set from the Ronnie James Dio main stage of Bloodstock Open Air Festival as once again Raging Speedhorn proved they’re hard to kill.
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As this years incarnation of Bloodstock Open Air Festival approaches upon the horizon, the steady look back at the 20th Anniversary event continues with “Spitfire” from Raging Speedhorn from the Ronnie James Dio main stage. The Corby natives have announced a wealth of shows and Festivals for 2022 including some shows around Download Festival with Sepultura
Back in 2020 before the Great Plague took over the World for two long years, Sepultura announced that they would be playing a collection of shows in the UK and Ireland around their performance at Download Festival with Raging Speedhorn in tow. The chance looked to be gone. But June 2022 will see the pair
When it comes to a live show there aren’t many that compare with the outright drunken debauchery of the always hard to kill Raging Speedhorn and Corby’s finest have mapped out their next few months activities, including six shows indicated with a * in support of Napalm Death. They many not give us the conga that
The last time we saw Corby Northamptonshire’s Raging Speedhorn live was at their 20th Anniversary show at Camden Electric Ballroom, a night we will never forget as for one night only the classic line up played their debut album. Since then… As they say in Singapore “Same Same Different” as a new line up have
As if getting the legendary Russ Russell (Napalm Death, At The Gates) to produce their album “Hard To Kill” wasn’t enough, Corby homewreckers Raging Speedhorn have managed to convince him to appear in their Grindhouse movie styled music video for “Doom Machine“. He plays the role of “The Doctor” in the clip directed by vocalist
How Corby’s finest Raging Speedhorn managed to pursude Russ Russell (At The Gates, Napalm Death) to produce their sixth studio album “Hard To Kill” remains a mystery, but the independently released record is an absolute ripper. But don’t take our word for it, check out this newly released Matt Negus created video for “Spitfire“.
Following the arrival of their sixth studio album, the Russ Russell (Napalm Death, At The Gates) produced “Hard To Kill” on 23rd October, Corby’s finest Raging Speedhorn have now added some dates to their previously announced socially distanced tour. It will see the band play a total of eight shows to limited audiences in November
The return of Corby’s finest Raging Speedhorn following their 20th Anniversary original line up show at Camden Electric Ballroom has been a celebration of all things Metal. A new line up has brought fresh impetus and there have been a wealth of shows prior to this highly anticipated new album. So who is in the
Produced by Russ Russell (Napalm Death, At The Gates), the sixth studio album from Corby Kings Raging Speedhorn will be out on 23rd October via Red Weed Records. The band have dropped a video for the title track with footage of a classic demolition derby spliced into it created by Hutch Films. Pre-orders are available