Evil Blizzard present Blizzoween

From opening for the Fall at Salford Kersall Club to selling out the prestigious landmark theatre ,The Guildhall in their hometown of Preston. Evil Blizzard have come a long way since their inception in 2012

It was at a sold out show in Manchester that the legendary Mark E Smith, offered to finance their debut album and take them on tour with him. The result of which, became the debut album on John Robb’s fledgling ‘Louder Than War ‘record label – The highly critically acclaimed “The Dangers of Evil Blizzard” . The Quietus described it as being enveloped in the much lauded and short lived genre of “Arsequake”

After the huge success of “The Dangers” came “Everybody Come to Church” – Selling out on-line in TWO HOURS! With this came shows opening by personal request for Public Image Ltd, Killing Joke, Ruts DC and Hawkwind. Word was spreading that Evil Blizzard were injecting the much-missed theatrics back into live performances and it soon became apparent that no musical genre was immune from their infectiously shambolic and enthralling live shows

With the band now in full flow. Classic Rock Magazine described them as ‘THRUMMING WITH DYSTOPIAN MENACE AND MADNESS’. A very accurate description, indeed

Everybody Come to Church gave the World two live anthems in the shape of “Sacrifice” and “Are you Evil?”. The latter was designated by Nikki Sixx of Motley Crue as his ‘Single of the Month ‘on his globally syndicated ‘Sixx Sense’ i-Radio show

January 2017 began with a sold out show at the Underworld in Camden, London. Followed by an appearance at the Stone Free Festival at London’s O2 Arena. Not to rest on their laurels. It was time to write another album

2018. Evil Blizzard took their live event “The Worst Tour on Earth” careering around the UK. With sold out shows throughout, including Leeds (Brudenell), Newcastle, Derby, London (100 Club), Preston (Blitz) and finally Manchester (Academy)

Saturday 13th April 2019. To celebrate the release of the double live album “Vile Evil Live” they became the first and only band from Preston to both headline & sell-out the Grand Hall at the Guildhall. A feat previously only achieved by the likes of Queen, Bowie, Iron Maiden, Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath and the Wombles.—The venue was closed permanently shortly after

In the wake of the Guildhall show, we sadly bid farewell to Kav as he went onto pursue a path with his new project, HAQ 123. He has subsequently been replaced by our long-time friend former Hawkwind lead singer / bassist, Mr Dibs as ‘Fleshcrawl’

Evil Blizzard have now set their sights on Whitby and present Blizzoween their unique take on this festive season…Are you Evil?