In the space of a year on these shores Steel Panther have moved from a night each in Dublin and Belfast, playing the Academy and the Limelight during the Lower The Bar tour, to now having two nights in Vicar Street and a night in the Ulster Hall
The Dublin metal tour of the year (so far) rolls into town on a rainy first day of March, and there’s no doubt that it’s going to be a tough one to beat
Meshuggah are a band that has defined a disruptive genre that is both captivating and unsettling in its very nature.
The battle may have ended, but the war has only just begun.
Carcass sound better than ever. The band look like they’re enjoying every minute, their performance is tight, Jeff’s voice suitably gravelly, and the fans are joining in at every opportunity.
The stage was jam packed with utter talent, Steve Lukather led his guitar into a wild dance while David Paich, donning his circus ring master top hat, commanded the piano keys telling of his love for Ireland, so much so that he married an Irish girl 30 years ago