Diamond Head and Stormzone hit the Voodoo

LIVE REVIEW: Diamond Head and Stormzone hit the Voodoo with heavy metal thunder and lightning ON a cold Friday night in Belfast in the intimate venue of Voodoo, two sets of rock legends strode onto stage and gave everyone a night to remember. Local heavy rock stalwarts, Stormzone, and the heavy metal godfathers that are Diamond Head. Stormzone filled the stage with their full on hard and heavy rock with a perfectly placed first song, ‘Where we belong’. And that said it all… A tour de force of pure enthusiastic energy they stormed on through ‘Another rainy night’, the anthemic ‘Three Kings’ and on into ‘The Pass Loning’. Each song was a...

LIVE REVIEW: The Undertones stir up some teenage kicks in the Limelight Dec21

LIVE REVIEW: The Undertones stir up some teenage k...

LIVE REVIEW: The Undertones stir up some teenage kicks in the Limelight WHEN two local bands play the Limelight and they pack the place out, you know something special is going down. Brand New Friend and The Undertones were a fantastic match, with a youthful Brand New Friend supporting the well experienced The Undertones. Brand New Friend, a quirky upbeat outfit from Castlerock, is Taylor and Lauren Johnson, Aaron Milligan and Luke Harris. Their set for the night set alight the stage and the audience with their energy. Starting off with “Why Are You So Tired?”, “Seatbelts For Aeroplanes” and “I Was An Astronaut” the tone was well and truly...

ALBUM REVIEW: Sumptu...

ALBUM REVIEW: Sumptuous, elegant, edgy eloquence from majestic Magnum on album #20 BY now you would expect veterans like Magnum to be calling in their albums, dialled straight in, with all the formula expected. Not for the Brummie rockers. Nope, this is a band that have a distinctive sound,...

LIVE REVIEW: Jimmy Barnes – When a Working C...

LIVE REVIEW: Jimmy Barnes – When a Working Class Man storms the Limelight TWO acts and one whole massive show of soul, blues and rock ‘n’ roll stormed in the Limelight in the forms of Lachlan Doley and the rock legend that is Jimmy Barnes. Lachlan was up first and he is a true live soulful blues singing wonder to behold. Watching him as he plays the Hammond organ as he impossibly genuflects out of it soul and blues music of epic proportions. It is a true pleasure to behold. He seems to be a hyperactive Duracell bunny crossed with Kurt Cobain and it is utterly infectious. As he powered into his set, the crowd were presented...

RONNIE JAMES DIO HOL...

RONNIE JAMES DIO HOLOGRAM TOUR ‘DIO Returns: The Tour’ Tour starts in Germany on the 6th December 2017 and will play more theatre shows around the globe within the next months Live music’s premier hologram production company Eyellusion kicks off the “DIO Returns: The Tour,” featuring a...

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