The Clash drummer Topper Headon who described the band as “F****** brilliant!”.
This evening flew by in a haze of metal, beer and more metal.
Pekka has to duck and weave like the best of boxers at times to avoid Jason’s bass neck as it whirls around mid air
The track really grabs you firmly by the wedding tackle and drags you round the room until you accept, live, breathe and ultimately embrace Witching Season
Rikki is quite the showman behind his kit and dedicated his drum solo to Vinnie Paul of Pantera who had passed away that morning.
The animated faces of the Lockhearts’ guitarist and bass player who look like they’ve just won a Kim Thayll look-alike competition
The brilliance in this legendary catalog of songs performed live on stage by this caliber of musician would surely have been a religious experience to behold.
Surprise additions to the set seem to be all the rage and after the inclusion of the two tracks in Dare’s set to keep the fans happy, FM followed suit.
It was clear that there were some die-hard Jizzy fans here tonight, some who would not have been born when the rocker started way back in the eighties.
After the wedding song to end all others, Waiting For A Girl Like You, generated a huge sing along it was followed by a tongue in cheek intro to Dirty White Boy from Hansen.