The tall swaggering lead singer has the voice of Jon Bon Jovi circa 1987, the moves of a younger Brett Michaels and does a neat turn with an acoustic guitar
Having given every ounce of themselves to the crowd with boundless energy, the band proved once again that they are a force of nature.
The first few tracks of the set, giving us a taster of what to expect from the album will, I’m sure, result in a few more pre-orders of ‘Resist’.
While shorter than some band’s set, DOYLE delivers a high energy, groove-filled and melodic night of hard driving music, that should appeal to hard rock, metal, and punk fans alike.
As expected from any grindcore show, energy levels are insane.
Capitalism, war, dictatorship, gender and women’s rights were all displayed with dystopian and psychedelic montages which definitely provoked the senses
If only all tours could be like this, music for the fans played by fans of the music. We can but hope!
The opening acts have performed. The crowd is primed. The stage is being set. Behind the veil of a translucent dark curtain, the stage was being prepped with serpentine microphone stands as the shadows teased the audience with their movements
It really looks like it’s paying off for Salvation Jayne especially when the crowd contains at least one record company executive.
Hardcore, intense, heavy freakin’ metal. No opening acts, no warm-up bands, no, and no distractions. This stage was to belong to one band, and that band is Machine Head.