HEAVY rock comes to Keighley’s Exchange as it hosts bands including Thunder tribute Backstreet Thunder, on Saturday March 7.

Hellbound Hearts play raucous rock ‘n’ roll with a modern edge on March 13 with support from Revolver.

State Of This play the best best of 90s and 00s alt rock and pop punk on March 14, with the Exchange’s spokesman saying: “If it was a banger, these guys play it.” The concert is free entry, and the evening will raise money for the Exchange’s wheelchair lift.

The Band From County Hell return on March 21, with their unique indie Celtic folk rock drinking music. The spokesman said: “With over 2,000 live performances under their belt, this critically-acclaimed band are sure to get your knees up for St Patrick’s day!”

North East metal giants Eleventh Hour and Northern Trendkill are at the Exchange on March 27 to play their tributes to Lamb of God and Pantera.

High energy punk rock is promised by The King Is Dead on March 28, for fans of Pulled Apart by Horses, Black Peaks and Marmozets, as they howl their unique psychedelic noise rooted in a punk rock ethos and fronted by the hellish, twisted words of Chris Demetriou.

Visit exchangearts.co.uk for further information.