Gig Reviews

Submitted by rockavlon on Apr 22, 2019
I was able to walk into the club, midway through Crossing Eternity’s short set. The Swedish/Romanian combo forms a rather decent prog power band, with cool ideas and more than adequate chops. Their vocalist Berti is not your typical wimpy tenor, spitting his guts out, but has a rather pleasant… Read More
Submitted by selena on Mar 24, 2019
Hardly a band has ever influenced the German musical scene so deeply and keeps it heavily fascinated! Oomph! combine many music style such as metal, industrial, alternative rock/metal, electronica and gothic to create their sound. Their style changed over the years, especially from their first… Read More
Submitted by elle on Mar 23, 2019
As I entered the venue, the stairs lead straight down, I could hear the enticing rumble of drums and bass. The smoke started creeping up the stairs to meet me, as the sound grew louder. The whole room was filled with a thick haze, carrying the eerie green light through it. Creating an intriguing… Read More
Submitted by mark on Mar 9, 2019
First to take the stage would be Fates Warning. With a back drop and both kick drum heads painted to look like the album cover of their latest release “Theories of Flight”, it was no surprise that the first number they performed was “From the Rooftops”. This is not a band known for their flashy… Read More
Submitted by kat on Feb 24, 2019
20 past 8 was when the Southampton/London based Grove Street Families, started soundcheck. In a matter of seconds, a large crowd appeared seemingly out of nowhere, which confirmed that the Grand Theft Auto inspired band have grown a name for themselves, and their performance proved they are not… Read More
Submitted by ellen on Feb 24, 2019
We were all waiting around in baited anticipation, watching for movement by the stage. Then suddenly the lights and music go down, and cheers start calling out. They walked out onto the darkened stage one by one, Satchel and Foxx stand on either side of Stix on raised platforms at the back of the… Read More
Submitted by ellen on Feb 23, 2019
As the red lights flooded the stage and out into the room, we just see the drummer. After a few moments, the rest of the band hit the stage. To the deafening screaming and cheering of their fans, from their first step out on to the stage. Obscura went right up to the front of the stage, and launch… Read More
Submitted by selena on Feb 16, 2019
Buckcherry they have sold out shows across their country and tonight they waste no time in showing everyone that they are all about kicking it off with a cover of “Head Like a Hole” from Nine Inch Nails, which is somewhat unexpected but absolutely loved as opener, I think it gave the right kick to… Read More
Submitted by Admin on Feb 10, 2019
As the lights finally go down and the sweaty crowd push forward to see Collateral male their big entrance. The smooth windswept melodies and melodic riffs of “Calm Before the Storm” set the tone perfectly. The tight four piece band has a sound that reminds you of a young Bon Jovi given a good and… Read More
Submitted by mark on Feb 9, 2019
As Ensiferum took to the stage, to the cheers of the crowd, they were decked out in their trademark face paint and bassist Sami Hinkka was even wearing a kilt! They kicked off their set with “For Those about to Fight” off of their 2017 release “Two Paths”. Wow! Right from the start they sounded… Read More
Submitted by rockavlon on Jan 27, 2019
There was a slight delay due to the bands arriving a bit later that predicted of about an hour, but cutting a couple of songs from each of the support bands and rushing changeovers a bit, managed to really make things get back on time by the time Gus and his chums hit the stage. But let’s go back… Read More
Submitted by selena on Jan 20, 2019
In his new album, Gus G. joins forces with vocalist/bassist Dennis Ward (Pink Cream 69/Unisonic) and drummer Will Hunt (Evanescence). He always had very good relations with both artists and both had collaborated with him in the past as well. And it’s always amazing to see such great artists working… Read More