Beautiful in parts, phone lights a plenty, it was a mesmerising performance but after building the atmosphere from the off with high powered rock music, the acoustic segment lost the opportunity to deliver the killer blow and bring home the show triumphant.
The man who brought us Stakk Attackk, Trash Queen and the unforgettable (Na Na) Nukklear Rokket returns to London with ‘Rocky Shade’s Wrathchild’, on April 5th. Wrathchild always garnered everyone’s attention both the good and the bad but they were never met with indifference. As the NWoBHM broke in the early 1980s, bands came and […]
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 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!
30 years on, Levellers present a fresh take on classic material with an acoustic show that has to be seen
The encore was a rock fan’s wet dream with the gig turning into UFO Fest. McCauley, Bonnet and Barden all come back on stage.
After recent visits from North-American thrash legends Annihilator and Nuclear Assault, it’s time for a trio of old-school British thrash bands to invade Dublin for a session of head-banging and boozing. The relatively recent resurgence of thrash has seen many defunct bands resurrect themselves after decades of dormancy, and Xentrix and Acid Reign are just two examples. Judging by the size of the crowd gathered in the Voodoo Lounge tonight, it seems that their return is a welcome one.