Having promised a swift return to Ireland in their parting words on their last visit to Dublin in November 2013, Satyricon has not disappointed their fans.
It’s been almost two and a half years since the English pioneers of death-doom, Paradise Lost, last visited Dublin, and tonight they return to the Tivoli.
One of my favorite moments touring, being from the US, was my first time being in Ireland and waking up early enough that the bus was still traveling, and seeing the countryside.
Could Valentine’s night get any more special than this? I don’t think so!
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
When you think of the Irish Rock Scene, you will probably think of U2, The Cranberries; just to name a few. Very rarely will you associate Ireland with the Progressive genre. However, with a band such as Sectile, you will happily discover that the Progressive scene on the Emerald Isle is alive and well
Just have fun. Enjoy yourself, and have a laugh at something, whatever you choose to laugh at, and fucking dig heavy metal.
It may have taken seventeen years (in a row) for the LA parody glam metal quartet to cum to Ireland, but it took just a few hours to sell out tonight’s show in the Academy.
It doesn’t ever feel like we’ve done the true big headliner that we’ve always wanted to do, and now we’re taking advantage of that by doing it over here
Old school metal fans may deride this genre, but its appeal to younger fans and readers of Kerrang! can’t be denied.