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Portsmouth, England, United Kingdom | SELF

Portsmouth, England, United Kingdom | SELF
Band Rock Punk


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First Album 'Glorious Victorious' released 2010

Tracks available on our website


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The Absolute Belters, 4 guys with stacks of talent and tons of attitude.

John Gillespie- Shredding guitar/vocals:
Aaron Middleton- Lead axe/vocals:
Matt Jones-Bashing bass/vocals & flashing lights:
James Casey- Stick genius:

These guys really belive (and rightly so) that they are on track to become one of the biggest bands from the south of England, with a great debut album 'Glorious Victorious' recieving rave reviews accross the industry, and a new management team on board, these guys are ready to rock the nation, with their innovative late 70's punk fused with 90's indie rock, this still unamed but infectious avant-garde vibe has gripped 1000's of fans accross the south.
The pre gig atmosphere at the venue, is reminescent of the early punk gigs of the mid to late 1970's, there is a nervious, eddgy feel. A sensation that something new and original is happening.
On stage the band show naive, raw talent mixed with a passionate and exuberant presence. Their music, the sounds, the noise, the vibe............... too difficult to write a descriptive text. these words sum up the music of The Absolute Belters.

toxic, stomping, chaotic, hypnotic, riotious, mesmerizing, pogoing, gristle, urban, high, glorious........... basically THE BOLLOX!

I strongly advise all you , this is the begining of something big, something great and something monumental.
Did you ever wish you had seen The Beatles at the Cavern, or seen U2 back in the early 80's in the small clubs?
Well here is your chance, be there as the pheonix rises, be part of the Absolute Belters revolution, watch them live, inhale their noxious yet poetic prose, live their anarchic and turbulent riffs, inject the thrashing hypnotic beats deep into your brain, then, and only then will you realise that this band with this music is revolutionary