Max Raptor will be performing a gig at The Venue in Derby city centre on Monday, October 27.
The Burton-On-Trent punk rock n’ roll four-piece made waves with their 2013 debut album Mother’s Ruin and their storming set at Sonisphere 2014 this summer.
Making a name for themselves as one of the most underrated young British rock groups around, Max Raptor’s live performance was given 10/10 reviews across the board at this year’s Sonisphere, also being given the “Craziest Moshpit of Sonisphere 2014 Award” by rock blog Sinister Resistance.
Heralded by Kerrang! and supported by BBC Radio 1 Zane Lowe and rock guru Daniel P Carter, Max Raptor’s anthemic candour and riotous live performance have established them as a cornerstone of the underground Midlands alternative rock scene.
Max Raptor are stoked to be embarking on a headline tour with support from fellow British alt-rock group, Alcopop.
The Raptor boys have also been invited by spritely garage rock band The Subways to accompany them on five nights across the UK, whilst promoting new single My Heart Is Pumping To A Brand New Beat.
For more on the gig at The Venue, you can see www.thevenue-derby.co.uk and for more on the band in general, go to www.maxraptor.co.uk