Rock band Demon will be releasing their 12th studio album next month - after playing their only British date for this year.
The album is entitled 'Unbroken' and the band already have a single from the album 'I Still Believe' available for download online at itunes.
Leek-band Demon, which has a large fan base across Europe, will be playing their only British live date for this year during this weekend's Beer and Music Festival at The Blacksmiths Arms in Kingsley Holt.
Demon is made up of front man Dave Hill, Neil Ogden, Paul Farrington, Paul Hulme, Ray Walmsley, and Dave Cotteril.
Also on the bill for the Saturday Night's Blacksmith Arms Beer and Music Festival's 'Night of the Demon' is fellow Leek rock band Black Tiger at 7.15pm, Sweet Sacrifice at 5pm, and Round in Circles at 6pm. Demon will take to the stage at 9pm.
Tickets for the Saturday music event which will start at 5pm are priced at £10 and are available from Music Mania and Rhythm House, both in Hanley, as well as from the venue itself.
The otherwise free-to-enter festival will start on Friday at 8pm with music from Taut, and on Sunday live music will be provided by Jason Dale at 5pm, Spencer Dale at 7pm, and The Shuffle Kings at 8pm.
The weekend-long beer and music festival is also set to include a bouncy castle and games for the children as well as a barbecue on the Sunday from 1pm.
For further details call 01538 751558.