There is absolutely no let up for the next ninety minutes, blending thrash and punk, as Kyle Thomas bounds around the stage showing off the obvious influence, both in vocal style and stage presence, he had on Phil Anselmo prior to the release of Pantera’s ‘Cowboys from Hell’.
DME Promotions have again brought something a bit different to the table for another gig in Dublin’s Voodoo Lounge. The realm of Industrial/ Techno/ Electro Metal is not one I have delved very far
Words: Mo Sheerin Live Photos : Olga Kuzmenko © Olga Kuzmenko If anyone attended the Voodoo Lounge on Friday night they’d have experienced the darkest and gloomiest gig this year has had to offer for fans of Blackened metal. With Eternal Helcaraxe (Cavan, Ireland) and Molekh (Dublin) introducing the night with vicious and ethereal riffs, Dublin was veered into a pit of utmost melancholy. […]
Tonight, in the Voodoo Lounge, brings the highly anticipated Irish debut show for one of the most talked about bands in metal right now. Alien Weaponry, a 3-piece thrash metal outfit from Waipu, New Zealand
Words: Brendan O’Mahony Live Photos and Video Production:Olga Kuzmenko © Olga Kuzmenko MGM: Guys, thanks so much for coming over to Dublin. How do you feel about your first show in Ireland? LDJ: Yeah mate we’re excited. ET: It’s an awesome venue here and we can see so many people lining up already so it should […]
As expected from any grindcore show, energy levels are insane.
If you’re trying to push your ego, you’re going to end up like Michael Jackson, and wind up destroying yourself. Like Pete Steel or Chris Cornell. You take yourself too seriously after a while, and that’s a dangerous road. That’s bad news.
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.
Black Friday offers Dubliners not one, but two metal events to choose from; the Redemption Fest headlined by local heroes Primordial in the Academy, and Protest the Hero headlining a show in the Voodoo lounge.