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Planet Rock Presents!

Join us on March 8 at the NQLive in Manchester!

We will be showcasing three rising talents of the rock world - The Temperance Movement, Fighting Wolves and Slam Cartel.

You can find out a little about each of the bands below.

From January the 28th PLANET ROCK VIPs will be able to purchase tickets for ONLY £3 from the VIP Homepage. That's tremendous value at just £1 per band!

Tickets will go on general sale from January the 31st, when tickets will be £10.

The Bands

London/Scottish ensemble The Temperance Movement pride themselves on crafting beautiful songs focusing on painful life issues - ranging from "heart-on-sleeve confessionals" to "defiant, let's-get-back-into-the-ring-and-take-on-all-comers boldness." Consisting of singer-songwriter Phil Campbell, guitarists Luke Potashnick and Paul Sayer, bassist Nick Fyffe and drummer Damon Wilson, the band have recently released their first EP track 'Only Friend'.

Climbing the YouTube ladder to become a firm online favourite, it has also enjoyed radio time on several stations, and live shows are selling out fast. Their new EP 'Pride' can be purchased from the band's website.

Fellow Londoners Fighting Wolves pride themselves on blending old school hard rock with catchy, contemporary writing and up to date performance. Their first EP 'Prologue' was produced by Matt Hyde (Fightstar, Slipknot) and has been played on national radio stations throughout the UK, including stints on Planet Rock.

They have also toured as a support act to The Union, Saint Jude and Tyketto, playing academy tours as well as festival dates - including Download.

The band are currently working towards their debut album "Chapter 1." Tracks already recorded can be previewed by those who pre-order the album via, with a planned general release for April 2013.

London based rockers Slam Cartel emcompass the talents of Giles Van Lane (vocals), Marc Neudeck (bass), Tommy Hendriksen (guitar), Steve Campkin (drums), Adam Lee (keyboards, guitars) and principal songwriter Terence Warville (guitar). Together for over three years, they are united in their dedication to breathe new life into hard rock. The band's first gig was in a bikers bar, and since then they have worked their way up to playing such prestigious venues as the 100 Club, Scala & Rock Fest and Sonisphere 2010/11.

Their knockout debut album, Handful Of Dreams, is available now. The record is produced by George de Angelis, whose previous work includes Rod Stewart, Tina Turner and the Pet Shop Boys. Slam Certel's main influences include the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Guns N' Roses and the Foo Fighters.