The Dead Daisies Bring A Little Bit Of Classic Rock Heaven For The Modern Era At O2 Academy Bristol – April 14th, 2018
With new member on the drums, Deen Castronovo, plus those grooviest of cats Marco Mendoza, Doug Aldrich, John Corabi and David Lowy, the line-up of the Dead Daisies feels good, it feels legendary and it feels joyous, and boy couldn’t we do with a bit of rock n roll happiness these days, the world has gone bloody bonkers!
Portuguese pioneers Moonspell first brought the dark flames of gothic majesty to their native country – and then set the rest of the world aflame with milestones such as Irreligious or Night Eternal. The imminent release of eleventh studio album Extinct erects another monument to sundowns and those dark hours and lets Fernando Ribeiro’s sombre vocals collide with modern riffing, blackened melodies and operatic grandeur.
Words: Alan Daly Photos: Olga Kuzmenko \ Olga Kuzmenko Photography Recently Ireland tried once again to add to their impressive tally of wins at the Eurovision Song Contest. Given Johnny Logan wasn’t representing us once more, we decided not to watch and instead we attended a far more relevant music competition – The Bloodstock Metal […]