The Faceless finally make their long-awaited Irish debut. The setlist kicks off with a 1-2-3 of the opening tracks from their 2012 album Autotheism
The immense energy on stage is reciprocated by the front rows of the audience…
Where better to seek a miracle cure for a particularly nasty bout of Autumnal Man-Flu than at the second annual pilgrimage to the Voodoo Lounge for a sermon by Black metal fore-fathers Rotting Christ?
The setlist is crammed with pretty much every classic Prong track you could ask for, leaning heavily on their highly acclaimed albums Cleansing and Beg to Differ from the early 90’s, but also including three tracks from their last album X (No Absolutes).
Roll up, roll up! Behold the greatest show on earth! Or at least the greatest show on Arran Quay, as Avatar comes to town. The Voodoo Lounge is their big top tonight and the freakshow is about to begin…
this tour is firmly focused on that seminal album released thirty years ago, and fans are excited to hear it played live in its entirety.
The New Yorkers make their way from the basement dressing rooms through the waiting crowd and immediately let it loose with ‘Take The Night Off’ from their 2006 album Death To Tyrants.
Fans of death metal are in for a midweek treat as Kataklysm headline a night of heaviness in the recently renovated Voodoo Lounge in Dublin
Just one man and his acoustic; tonight’s show is something a little different. Nick Oliveri’s “Death Acoustic” tour comes to Dublin just over twelve months after his last jam-packed appearance in the Thomas House. This time around, the Voodoo Lounge provides a more spacious venue, and news of his solo show has attracted a healthy crowd for a Monday evening.
Having personally never experienced an EyeHateGod show before, there was an element of the unexpected about tonight’s show in Dublin. From a studio recording perspective, it’s clear they have been a heavy influence on a lot of contemporary acts doing the rounds at the moment, with a chaotic, almost groove/hardcore feel to their music.