Outlaws are ready to rock

Boris Giltburg. Picture by Sasha Gusov

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Self-proclaimed ‘Danish outlaws’ Volbeat are set to bring their heady mix of rock n’ roll, country, metal and punk to the Pyramids Centre in Southsea on Wednesday.

The group played in the UK in October year and said they had so much fun they had to come back.

Guitarist Rob Caggiano says: ‘We felt a real connection with the fans, night after night, ending with the Brixton Academy show where we all finished up with huge smiles on our faces. We’ll pull out all the stops to make this a killer set of shows.’

Volbeat has found success with their western-fuelled fifth album Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies, which includes the Grammy-nominated track Room 24.

Doors open at 7.30pm.

Tickets are £18.70 from pyramids-live.co.uk.