Gig Review: Starset / Sick Joy – Manchester Academy (11th Feb 2020)

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I do like it when people turn up to see the support band(s). Entering Manchester Academy 2 to at least a half full venue, I noticed the diversity in the crowd. From full goth, to bright cheery colours, to simple casual attire, everyone came together for … Continue reading Gig Review: Starset / Sick Joy – Manchester Academy (11th Feb 2020)

Gig Review: Motionless in White / Skold / Defying Decay – Stylus, Leeds (9th December 2019)

So, I’m going to start this review with a word that describes the entire night… Eccentric! The first band of the night, Defying Decay, made quite the entrance in their unique outfits, including lead singer Jay Euarchukiati sporting a zebra covered 2-piece suit. The stage was very full as the seven members found their positions. … Continue reading Gig Review: Motionless in White / Skold / Defying Decay – Stylus, Leeds (9th December 2019)

Gig Review: Skillet / Devour the Day – O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire (10th December 2019)

After a trek down to London in wet and windy weather, my excitement couldn’t be dampened for this evening. The last time I saw Skillet was in Spokane over the summer, and I’m sure they just keep getting better. With this show having sold out months ago, it was no surprise the massive queues of … Continue reading Gig Review: Skillet / Devour the Day – O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire (10th December 2019)

Gig Review: The Rasmus / Eddie Stoilow – O2 Ritz, Manchester (7th October 2019)

Entering any venue without having to rush or miss the first act is a definite positive to only having two bands on the line up. Once we entered the 02 Ritz there was a massive queue forming for the merch stand which didn’t ease until the first band of the night, Eddie Stoilow, took the … Continue reading Gig Review: The Rasmus / Eddie Stoilow – O2 Ritz, Manchester (7th October 2019)

Festival Review: Nova Rock 2019 Day 4

From our two trips to Nova Rock Festival there seems to be two common themes. The first being that Cory Taylor will inevitably be on one of the stages at some point over the weekend with either Slipknot or Stone Sour and the second being that the Austrians will be up early on the final … Continue reading Festival Review: Nova Rock 2019 Day 4

Festival Review: Nova Rock 2019 Day 3

When we entered the Pannonia Fields for the third day, there were definitely less people around than the previous days. I think the heat, mixed with lots of alcohol was finally taking its toll on the festival-goers. Our first stop was at the Red stage for To the Rats and Wolves. Opening with “Cheap Love” … Continue reading Festival Review: Nova Rock 2019 Day 3