If you want blazing guitar pyrotechnics, blues bravado, and star wattage all on the same stage in one night, look no further than the G3 Tour with Joe Satriani, Phil Collen [Def Leppard] and John Petrucci [Dream Theater].
A show to remember for a long time to come for Buffalo rock fans.
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
Eschewing their earlier metal core , screamo approach to music, the band are gradually morphing into a solid hard rock act
30 years on, Levellers present a fresh take on classic material with an acoustic show that has to be seen
Swirls of smoke, LED palm trees on either side of the stage and a light show that, for a rap metal act, wasn’t back-lit leaving the vocalists in almost complete darkness.
When a band has that pairing the songs suiting each of them equally, it opens up the songs to the rest of the band to embellish and Inglorious do this with ease.
The show perfectly balanced the Kiske era and Deris era albums as if they had always been destined for their careers to culminate in the ‘United’ series of shows
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.
Old school metal fans may deride this genre, but its appeal to younger fans and readers of Kerrang! can’t be denied.