Another night of incredible punk will hit Rhyl music fans next month.

North Wales Gigs and The Pot on Bodfor Street will welcome high energy punk rock New Jersey four piece Doc Rotten and Welsh legend Rhys Mwyn's latest band White Ether and Bangor band The Headaches.

Despite hailing from 1980s east coast punk cornerstone Trenton, Doc Rotten infuse the bright sounds of West Coast punk and some pop song writing sensibilities to fuse a sound that is equal parts So Cal glow and good old fashioned growl.

Representing Wales are White Ether of Caernarfon, well known in the North Wales music scene and featuring the talents of Rhys Mwyn - former bass player in the legendary Welsh punk band Anhrefn and he was also the manager of Catatonia for the release their first two singles in 1993.

Sharing the stage with the Caernarfon five-piece for the first time are The Headaches, bringing some Celtic flavour to proceedings with their unique sound, honed over nine years with traces of The Dropkick Murphys and Social Distortion as well as more metal influences including Rammstein and System of a Down.

Punk is alive and in rude health in Rhyl on Saturday, October 13 at The Pot from 8pm - admission is £3.