Monthly Archives: November 2011

November’s News

Plan B Booking are pleased to announce that Canadian Band October Sky have been added to the roster. After the band toured the UK this year, they made a great impression.

Originating from Montreal,  Canada, October Sky has been playing music together for a

decade.  What started as four teenagers with a passion for music developed into a foursome with a common desire to excel in the studio and on stage. The Canadian quartet consists of Karl Raymond (vocals & guitars), Alex Racine (drums), Yanik Rouleau (keyboards), and Andrew Walker (bass).  Their musical output includes  two albums (1 EP and 1 LP), two music videos, a cross-Canadian tour, and a host of sold-out live performances. October Sky recently stretched their musical muscles in Europe with their first foreign tour in France and Belgium in 2010.  They are currently putting the finishing touches on  their third production, which was recorded at Studio Indygene in Montreal with producer Luc Tellier.  The new tracks promise much for the quartet for the year to come.The band will be touring the UK again in May 2012.

After a very successful First tour in the UK Elvis Jackson will be in the UK again in March 2012. This time doing a full tour of England. The band have also got UK distribution for all their albums & this will go through Code7.

Plan B Booking are pleased to announce that they will be working with Bullets And Octane next year. The Band will be touring the UK in 2012 with a new Album.

When you hear the name Bullets and Octane, you know you’re talking about a rock band. And Bullets and Octane are a rock band, but that’s not their limit. On In the Mouth of the Young, this Orange County-based band delivers a fast, intense blend of metal, hard rock and gritty punk rock.Bullets and Octane are a Punk/ hard rock band originally from St. Louis, Missouri, but now based out of Orange County, California. The band released their debut EP “The One Night Stand Rock N’ Roll Band” under the name “Bullets N’ Octane” in January 2003. They changed their name to “Bullets and Octane” for the release of their debut album, “Revelry”, which was released in September 2004 on the independent label Criterion Records.2006 saw the band release “In The Mouth Of The Young” on RCA Records. In the same year the band toured with both Stone Sour & The Deftones.November 2009 saw Bullets heading out on a US/UK tour with Wednesday 13’s new band Gunfire 76.

The summer of 2011, saw the release of a B-sides and Live EP (rumoured to be recorded around the release of In The Mouth Of The Young) and the announcement of a reunion of the “classic” Bullets’ line-up (Louis, Vaughan-Jayne, Tankersley, Clawson, Smith) for a show at The Viper Room, LA in September. After the sell out show, the band started working on a new material. Looking to  release & Tour in 2012With Lead Singer Gene Louis Releasing his Solo Album & The Release of The Brave Ones Album out on the 7th of November  things are looking good for the band & the side projects. The Band are looking forward to getting back on the road again, touring the new material.