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Tumbley, Farnborough, Sunday 23rd September 2007

A decent turn out with some coming from as far afield as Stroud and Cambridge, just showing how the band's profile is building steadily and likely to grow more after next month's Z Rock festival appearance.

Two support bands, although sadly I missed the first one but Escape played a solid set of hard rock tunes. Not bad but nothing to really set them apart from other bands in the genre.

Sacred Heart

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Sacred Heart are getting better each time I see them live and tonight saw the debut of new bassist Nathan Lark, who was resplendent in a Metallica t-shirt seemed to fit seamlessly in with the band's overall sound.

A set dominated by tunes off their great new album 'Shake', including the title track, my personal fave Sacred Heart song 'Lost', and 'Perfect' - a real riff laden rocker made for radio airplay.

Two airings of 'Lay It On The Line' - one of the band's older songs but now given a new lease of life and fast becoming a live favourite. Tonight we also got a stunning guitar solo by Mark Stephenson - lots of widdly bits!

Sacred Heart are one of the better live hard rock bands out there and well worth seeing live believe you me. They deserve a break: for instance if they supported a 'name' hard rock/melodic rock band on tour they would go down a storm I am sure. Get the album and get down to one of their gigs.

Review by Jason Ritchie

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