Preview: Dreadzone

by Adam Aiken

Electronic/dub/reggae veterans Dreadzone are bringing their live show to Norwich to mark their 30th anniversary.

The London-based band will be playing at Epic Studios on Saturday, November 18, as part of a UK tour that got under way earlier this month.

It comes following the recent release of a remastered vinyl edition of their debut album 360°, as well as last year’s Dreadzone Presents Dubwiser Volume Two.

Core members Greg Dread, original bassmaster Leo Williams and reggae vocalist Earl 16 are joined in the current live line-up by Bazil (technology) and Greg’s son Blake Robert (guitar).

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