Biters ♦ Band on the Run



Biters Announce Debut UK Headline Tour ♦ Kerrang!


Biters have announced dates for their debut UK tour for this September and October.

The rock’n’roll mob will be hitting our shores for a run of headline dates, in support of their new album, Electric Blood. Full dates below – get your tickets now from the Kerrang! Ticket Store!

“When I think of the UK, I think of the legendary rock n’ roll it created,” says frontman Tuk. “For me growing up in rural Georgia, the UK always had this larger than life aura surrounding it. The band is honoured to be able to blaze the same trail as some of our biggest heroes and influences.”

Catch Biters live at the following:


25 London Barfly Jubilee Club
26 Nottingham Rock City
27 Southampton Joiners
28 Bristol Thekla
29 Norwich Waterfront Studio


2 Leeds Key Club
3 Glasgow Stereo
5 Newcastle Think Tank
6 London Borderline
7 Wolverhampton Slade Rooms
8 Manchester Ruby Lounge
9 Sheffield Corporation



Gary Moore — Friday On My Mind

Bob Daisley – Bass

Eric Singer – Drums

Neil Murray – Keyboards

This single was released in May 1987, during the Wild Frontier Tour, and also got an official promo video, what was filmed (partly) in Barcelona before the show.
“I liked the idea of taking this really old song and doing something new with it and going to the other extreme of doing a very high-tech, electronic version with Fairlights and electronic drums and all that sort of thing, whereas the original version was very basic and natural. So it was interesting to be able to take it somewhere else, but also, when I thought about the words I realised that a lot of the people who come to see us can really identify with that whole thing, you know, they can’t wait for the weekend and they’re all stuck in these dead-end jobs, or they hate school or whatever and everyone loves Friday night, because it means they can do whatever they want for a couple of days.”
(Gary Moore – Juke, No. 645, 5th September 1987)

Stephen Pearcy “I Can’t Take It” (2015) New Music

Love him or hate him, Stephen Pearcy still sounds and looks like the Stephen Pearcy that I witnessed performing in packed arenas when I was a teenager.  The best thing of all, Stephen Pearcy is not trying to be something that he is not, or just trying to collect a paycheck on his past.  And for that, we all should salute him.