truly unforgettable night, and with it being such a shame that the Tivoli Theatre will be closing for good after so many years of providing sensational gigs to many a gig goer in Dublin
apparently all bald people look alike. Hey man if I look like Joe Rogan, I’m not going to be mad and if I made his money I’d be even better.
Watch the bands, get involved in a circle pit even, but leave the pictures until after the show. These guys are at their merch stands or at the bar and more than happy to chat after the gig.
As expected from any grindcore show, energy levels are insane.
Over the course of the next 90+ minutes, almost every album and era are touched upon, surely appeasing anyone who has ever listened to the band.
Another weekday night in Dublin brings us yet another stellar performance from the legendary Corrosion of Conformity
a brilliant gig and to those who missed this, I implore you, do not make the same mistake twice
Woody Weatherman of Corrosion of Conformity – People Don’t Really Remember Exactly When An Album Came Out, It’s Just If It’s Good Or Not
We’re finishing off the new EP next weekend, but it won’t be out until the beginning of next year.
We caught up with Celbridge-based trio Dead Label upon their return to Bloodstock festival. Described by Metal Hammer as ‘A punishing groove metal monster with a thrash heart and a hardcore soul’ Dead Label have proved themselves to be one of metal’s most talked about unsigned bands