Dereham band set to share tour exploits on screen

Shock ! Hazard. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Shock ! Hazard. Picture: Matthew Usher. - Credit: Matthew Usher

An up and coming Dereham band is hoping to sell out their home town's Hollywood Cinema on Friday night for a one-off showing of their tour documentary film.

Shock ! Hazard on stage at Dereham Windmill music festival. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Shock ! Hazard on stage at Dereham Windmill music festival. Picture: Matthew Usher. - Credit: Matthew Usher

Shock ! Hazard, who are described by BandPage as a cross between AC/DC, Motley Crue and the Sex Pistols, have been touring Europe for several months this year, taking in countries from Norway to Spain and everywhere in between.

The band, made up of Jake Tinsley, Dex Tinsley and Dom Scarff, were filmed by a videographer who was producing a video for one of the bands they supported on the tour The Last Vegas.

Jake said as she had footage of them she offered to put it together in a documentary.

'We sent her some other footage from different parts of the tour and she made it up in America and sent it to us,' he said. 'We all sat down as a band and watched it and were really pleased how it came together. We arranged all the tour ourselves as we decided not to go with the German record company that had offered us a deal.'


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Called Live Loud & Dirty it will be premiered at the cinema tomorrow evening following which the band will play a short set.

There has been a change in personnel is the past two weeks and the band now has a new drummer, Jay Harrison from Swaffham, as Dom decided to return to college to continue his education.

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The new line-up plan to go on tour again next year, after they have returned to the studio to record a new single.

* The film starts at 6pm and there are 45 tickets available to the public at £5 each.

* Go online to buy at www.shockhazard.bigcartel.com or from Penelope's Cafe at the Cherry Tree pub in Dereham.

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