Beth Hart, Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham Apr18

Beth Hart, Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham

  Beth Hart, Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham   Beth Hart, Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham ‹ › × × Previous Next Flickr Album Gallery Powered By: Weblizar   This show I have waited a lifetime for. For whatever reason I have always missed Beth Hart in Glasgow so I made the decision to travel to Nottingham and it turned out to be one of the best decisions I have ever made. Support tonight is in the form of The Kris Barras band. I had found the band a few months ago and fell for them instantly so when they were announced as support I was delighted. I was looking forward to it even more when I read he was doing an acoustic...

The Amorettes, The Treatment ,& The Dead Daisies @ Rock City Apr17

The Amorettes, The Treatment ,& The Dead Dais...

  The Amorettes, The Treatment ,& The Dead Daisies @ Rock City Dd ‹ › × × Previous Next Flickr Album Gallery Powered By: Weblizar Nottingham,13/04,18. This was being billed locally as the big gig of the week and there was a reason for this, Rock royalty were coming to to grace the stage of the famous rock city Notts,but before that the crowd were in for extra treats first with the all female three piece from Scotland The Amorettes At times unfairly I feel being called just another AC/DC sounding band Gill, Heather, and Hannah,are a hell of a lot more than that having seen them a few times before on a much smaller stage they...

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Black Label Society played the last date on their ‘Grimmest Show on Earth’ world tour in Belfast. Apr16

Black Label Society played the last date on their ...

THERE was a sense of a crowd drawn to a messiah when Zakk Wylde and his cohorts in Black Label Society played the last date on their ‘Grimmest Show on Earth’ world tour in Belfast. On the very last night of the tour BLS blasted Belfast’s Limelight for the second night in a row it was clear that this was more than a well-oiled machine – it was a mighty beast of a band producing a mesmeric show. It was a tough call for Ten Ton Slug to open for ‘The Society’ but their stoner infused sludge drilled to the core of the building audience with an incipient heaviness and heft. Riffs and rollicking intentions they battered their way through an...

This was as complete  Marillion show Apr15

This was as complete Marillion show

THEY’RE the coolest uncool band on the planet, but Marillion never fail to deliver. Quite simply they are a force for good, as was proved in Belfast’s Ulster Hall. Forget everything you may have perceived as musical excellence before. Disregard any notions you have of what prog rock is. This was a show to wallow in, to sit back and enjoy – apart from the moments when you rise from your seat to applaud the excellence. And, unusual for a rock show, this was an entirely seated affair in the venerable old venue. That said, it was probably for the best lest the audience be overcome and become wobbly on their feet at the feat...

The Dead Daisies @ The Garage, Glasgow Apr11

The Dead Daisies @ The Garage, Glasgow

  The Dead Daisies @ The Garage, Glasgow   It is the first night of the tour, the brilliant “ Burn it Down” has just been released and Glasgow is the lucky city to hear the new tracks live first. Before we get to the show there is a very telling fact that has to be conveyed. In the city tonight there are two other gigs going on. In the large arena you have Toto and on a much smaller scale the beloved Massive Wagons are also playing. A lot of people had to make choices tonight so the fact that this event is sold out tells you all you need to know about how well loved this band are in Scotland. I made the tough choice to opt for The...

LIVE REVIEW:THE STRANGLERS &THERAPY BELFAST ULSTER HALL 06/04/2018 Apr10

LIVE REVIEW:THE STRANGLERS &THERAPY BELFAST U...

LIVE REVIEW:THE STRANGLERS &THERAPY BELFAST ULSTER HALL 06/04/2018   A crammed Belfast Ulster Hall was treated to a night to remember as The Stranglers delivered a jam-packed set on Friday night as part of their definitive tour. With support from local lads Therapy?, revellers were guaranteed to be blown away. As the show got under way, Therapy? raised the tempo as they thrust into “Isolation”. Lead-singer Andy Cairns greeted the Belfast crowd, “We’re Therapy?, and we’re from East Antrim. Are you ready to make some noise!?” before he urged the audience to help celebrate drummer Neil Cooper’s birthday and encouraged him to “drum...

Leaves Eyes Sign Of ...

  Leaves Eyes Sign Of The Dragonhead Leaves Eyes are hailed as one of the best symphonic metal bands out there. Formed back in 2003 this five piece German Norwegian band are the historians of Viking and Norse folklore; every song telling a different story with the beautiful vocals of...

LEDGER track “Not Dead Yet” Apr10

LEDGER track “Not De...

  Hello I hope all is good with you Jen Ledger, drummer and vocalist of multi-platinum selling, Grammy nominated rock band Skillet has signed with Atlantic Records/Hear It Loud, the imprint encompassing the creative team of Skillet’s John & Korey Cooper and longtime manager, Zachary...

Greta Van Fleet @ St Lukes, Glasgow Apr10

Greta Van Fleet @ St Lukes, Glasgow

  Greta Van Fleet @ St Lukes, Glasgow   It is Easter Sunday, I am in an old church and Greta Van Fleet are giving a sermon…if Carlsberg did bank holiday entertainment this is probably it! Support tonight is The Rolling St…Second Sons, a bunch of lads from London that wear their influences on their sleeve and provide good old Rock,n,Roll tunes. I only found out they were supporting the night before and with very little product out there easy to find I went in almost blind. This is no bad thing as preconceptions can be a horrible thing so I watched and I listened and instantly found a band I loved. Nick Harding on vocals is an...

Halo Tora – Man of S...

  Halo Tora – Man of Stone, First Chapter I can recall about six years ago moaning about the lack of development and risk taking within the world of progressive rock\metal. Often derided as a bunch of Peart worshipping anorak’s by the ‘mainstream’ I was concerned that we were becoming a...

The Dead Daisies – Burn It Down

  The Dead Daisies – Burn It Down   For me The Dead Daisies have been flirting with greatness for some time. Live they are incredible and with the last studio album  Make Some noise we saw a massive step up for the band. When I reviewed that back in 2015 I stated for the record they would become the next arena band and I would suspect them to start headlining festivals. Today that got a whole lot closer with the release of “Burn It Down” The album opens with a lazy assed riff and drums with an attitude all of their own, it swings into Corabi’s melodies beautifully and I cannot over emphasize the importance that the hiring of the...

Falling Red Release ...

Falling Red Release Single and Reveal new video for ‘Hell In My Eyes’ Fresh from their recently released studio album Lost Souls, the super–sleazy quartet from Northwest England FALLING RED have premièred a new video single for the punchy and infectious ‘Hell In My Eyes’....

Hunter and the Bear, King Tuts Glasgow Apr05

Hunter and the Bear, King Tuts Glasgow

  Hunter and the Bear, King Tuts Glasgow It is a rare thing that I am recommended a band I have never even heard the name of. How I have missed this incredible band I have no idea but tonight I rectify this folly. King Tuts is packed out tonight, anyone with claustrophobia would not have made it through standing in line in the bar area to get in. This gig sold out in four hours which again has me wondering where the hell have I been and it also begs the question why Tuts? As a venue it is a shadow of itself from the 90s. Yes it is intimate, it is seriously hot and sweaty but other venues in this city have left it behind. For me tonight...

PSYCHEWORK REVEALS DETAILS FOR NEW ALBUM Apr05

PSYCHEWORK REVEALS DETAILS FOR NEW ALBUM

  PSYCHEWORK REVEALS DETAILS FOR NEW ALBUM “KARELIAN HILLS”, OUT IN APRIL 2018 Finnish melodic metallers Psychework are set to release their sophomore album on 20th of April, 2018 through Ranka Kustannus. While the full-length, titled “Karelian Hills”, is not a concept album, it lays out a vast and brutal scenery of war with true stories set in Karelia, Russia, and Poland. The subject was briefly explored on their 2016 debut, “The Dragon’s Year”, which focused mostly on a more personal battle. Singer Antony Parviainen elaborates on lyrical themes: “After our first album, which was created around a weighty theme, I started to think what...

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