LOCAL heavy rockers Mastema return to the Lord Nelson pub, Trafalgar Road West, Gorleston tonight.The band will be supported by Gorleston's Silver Strand and Norwich based Valve Cactus.
LOCAL heavy rockers Mastema return to the Lord Nelson pub, Trafalgar Road West, Gorleston tonight.
The band will be supported by Gorleston's Silver Strand and Norwich based Valve Cactus. The live music kicks off at 9pm.
Since forming in 2008 Mastema have gained a reputation as one of the areas must see bands. With a set consisting of original songs, along with the occasional classic cover they have firmly established themselves as one of the best live acts on the local rock scene. Mastema are vocalist Chris Johnston, guitarist Dom Peters, Arron Clarke, bass, and drummer Luke Clarke.
For more information visit www.myspace/mastemamusic.
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