Words: Alan Daly Photos: Olga Kuzmenko \ Olga Kuzmenko Photography Recently Ireland tried once again to add to their impressive tally of wins at the Eurovision Song Contest. Given Johnny Logan wasn’t representing us once more, we decided not to watch and instead we attended a far more relevant music competition – The Bloodstock Metal […]
Suck it up snowflakes and be grateful that someone had the sense to put the bill together to guarantee a sold out crowd and and atmosphere like no other.
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Words and Pictures: Robert Cavuoto Sons of Apollo performed a high octane show at the PlayStation Theater in New York City on Friday, May 18th to support their latest progressive metal masterpiece, Psychotic Symphony. They are a powerhouse group of all-star musicians featuring Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal on guitar, Mike Portnoy on drums, Derek […]
The concert, performed at The Roundhouse, London 24th October 2015 – a year to the day after Jacks passing, and the subsequent screening on 14th May 2018 and what would have been Jacks 75th birthday were a fitting and emotive homage to a great musician
Words & Pictures: Vikki Luff It’s always a bit of a bummer when a show gets cancelled. It’s even worse when it gets cancelled on the night. But being cancelled ten minutes before the main band are due on stage? After the supports have hyped you up so much that you’d be bouncing off the […]
The band that I first saw in December 1992 has morphed into something very different but it’s a definite progression rather than a degeneration of the former terrorists.
The antics of the band make for a fun filled night but most of us are there for the songs and punk fuelled attitude that the sisters always bring to a show!
With all the presence of Darth Vader himself, Benji Webbe leapt into the spotlight and started with the title track of their new album, Big Tings.
Hand’s down one of the best concerts I have had the pleasure of going to, after the intense start from Toseland, Theory didn’t disappoint.