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Town's MP nominates Cumbernauld band for Rock the House competition

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Published at 14:08 GMT on Wednesday, 8th May, 2013.
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Local Labour MP, Gregg McClymont.

ONE Cumbernauld band may soon find themselves playing it big after a nomination from the town’s MP, that will see one of the four-piece band’s tracks played to some UK music world big-wigs. 

Labour MP for Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East nominated Cumbernauld band, ‘D3vilmaycry’, as part of the Rock the House competition; a competition which could see the local lads headlining  some of the country’s most prestigious venues, including the Houses of Parliament and Liverpool’s Cavern Club.

The band’s lead singer, Ryan Patterson, said the band was excited to be nominated.

Ryan said: “It’s not every day you get the chance to play a gig in Parliament so I was happy to hear that Gregg put us forward.”


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The Rock the House competition is now in its third year, and the competition aims to celebrate the best up-and-coming unsigned British artists as well as the live music venues that support them.

The metal band’s nomination now means that their track ‘Seventh Heaven’ will be listened to a panel of music world mogul judges, including a Radio 1 controller and a senior manager at record label EMI.

Band Guitarist Alan Graham added: “We’ve been together since 2011 and now we’re working hard on our upcoming debut album. Hopefully this will help take our music to a wider audience.”

Commenting, the area’s MP, Gregg said:  It’s amazing how much talent there is in our area. I wish the boys the best of luck.”

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