Rugby’s got it covered with tribute bands lined up for Vault

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Three great tribute bands are coming to Rugby throughout November – starting tomorrow night (Friday) with Rammstein tribute act Rammlied in Vault.

The a week’s time (Friday November 8) the venue will host Guns 2 Roses before Slipknot tribute Knotslip drop in on Saturday November 16.

Rammlied were formed in the South West in 2009 and are dedicated to providing the most authentic Rammstein tribute experience possible. They strive for total accuracy in terms of Rammstein’s sound and have adopted the band’s Industrial stage look as seen on the live Volkerball DVD and the current Made in Germany tour.

Guns 2 Roses have been impersonating Guns N’ Roses since 2002 having played at some of the biggest venues in the UK as well as shows in the USA, Dubai and across Europe. The band return to Vault on November 8 after a successful show earlier this year.

Guns 2 Roses have gained national status after appearing at headline slots at several UK festivals and some more unusual stages such as on a boat down the river Liffey in Dublin (the only other band apart from U2 to have done so), and in Hollywood with Steel Panther.

Playing for the first time in Rugby on November 16 will be Knotslip, a nine-piece band from Plymouth imitating one of the planet’s biggest metal acts, Slipknot.

The band’s live show features everything you expect from Slipknot, including masks, boiler suits, kegs and an “insane” stage show.

After playing to crowds of thousands, appearing in Kerrang!, Knotslip are currently on a tour of the UK.

To find out more about these events, or to book tickets, find Vault on Facebook or see