LIVE REVIEW: Alter Bridge’s triumphant retur...

LIVE REVIEW: Alter Bridge’s triumphant return to Belfast’s Ulster Hall AFTER playing two gigs at the Royal Albert Hall in London earlier in the week it was clear the band was pumped up and that Belfast was in for yet another spectacular Alter Bridge show. Playing to another nearly sold out crowd they brought with them London formed rock band As Lions playing songs from their début album ‘Selfish Age’ it was evident from the start that this band had energy and a good stage presence of a band that had been performing for a while, playing songs such as ‘White Flags’ and ‘Bury my Dead’ they got the crowd’s attention. The lights...

LIVE REVIEW: The Glory that is Inglorious live

LIVE REVIEW: The Glory that is Inglorious live ON an autumnal Tuesday evening the bright light in our lives that bears the label classic rock breathed life into Belfast’s Ormeau Avenue Limelight in the shape of Inglorious. Though foreshortened by the usual student disco shit happening later in the night, Inglorious grasped an adoring crowd by the scruff of the neck – in the nicest possible way of way of course. Before that tender rock choking local metal heroes Stormzonesurmounted an albeit cramped stage to assault the unwary with a set crackling with songs oozing with their typical energy. Harv as the deadly vocal jester...

LIVE REVIEW: Fifith and final heat of Northern Ire...

LIVE REVIEW: Fifith and final heat of Northern Ireland’s Metal2TheMasses IT was down to the last four bands to challenge for a spot in the Metal2TheMasses semi-finals, all vying for the chance to battle out for a prized slot at Bloodstock in August – and as always the competition was fierce but friendly in Belfast’s Limelight2 on March 11th. The four bands all had varied style, and all put on an entertaining set in their allotted 30 minutes. There was groove, extreme, shlock and melodic metal on display and the variety only enhanced the experience. What was noticeable was that all the bands had worked hard on their...

Attica rage live limelight with Donum Dei plus con...

MONDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2016   LIVE REVIEW: Conjuring the metal rage: Conjuring Fate, Donum Dei and Attica Rage bring class to Saturday evening WITH the ever-lengthening list of shows over the closing weeks of 2016 it is becoming increasingly difficult for promoters to attract crowds for all but the biggest headliners. Coming just a day after Alien Ant Farm and a week ahead of four consecutive nights of gigs, Attica Rage’s show was up against all the odds. However, for those that managed to make it down to Limelight2 for The Distortion Project presentation on Saturday (October 22nd) they were treated to a triple set of metal...

LIVE REVIEW: EP launch from The Devil Wants Her Sw...

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