One of the most celebrated acts on the UK underground rock scene for the past decade, these Brighton boys are infamous
for their intense live shows and destructive tendencies. Those who buy Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster tickets should prepare
to become part of the show, as frontman Guy McKnight is known for performing from within the crowd during certain songs.
Unique, innovative and endlessly uncompromising, these psychobilly punks are a must-see live band. Check out the latest
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This crazy quintet formed in West Sussex in the late '90s, quickly making a name for themselves with their frenzied live
shows and goth-tinged punk sound. Putting out their debut album Horse of the Dog via the No Death imprint in 2001,
they scored rave reviews in publications such as NME and Kerrang! and hit the UK Top 30 with singles 'Psychosis
Safari' and 'Chicken'.
By the time they released the cleaner-sounding sophomore effort The Royal Society three years later they were turning
heads outside the underground, scoring name-checks and a spot on the soundtrack for the hit 2004 film Shaun of the Dead.
It was also around this time the band's core members - McKnight, guitarist Andy Huxley and drummer Tom Diamantopoulo - made
headlines in the rock press after deciding to trade their collective rock 'n' roll tendencies for a Buddhism-led lifestyle.
After releasing their third album Blood and Fire in 2010 the group split, only to return the following year after
'Chicken' was chosen to soundtrack a Nike advert. Buoyed by the spike in interest, the quintet made their way back to the
live circuit - Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster tickets are more popular than ever now as a result.
After buying Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster tickets on StubHub UK, why not check out other shining stars of the '00s
rock scene live, such as Black
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