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Dyscarnate Cancel Day Of Decay Appearance

May 8, 2014

Dyscarnate have been forced to cancel their appearance at this year’s Day of Decay. This is being presented as neither the fault of the band and a replacement headliner is being sought. You can read the update from promoters, Beyond Decay, below. ‘Absolutely gutted to be announcing this, but due to some unforeseen and unavoidable […]

DAY OF DECAY II ANNOUNCED

February 12, 2014

The most exciting thing about this time of year is the anticipation of the forthcoming summer nights of metal, booze and good people. Yesterday the second Unleashed Festival was confirmed to be taking place again in Fibbers and now the DAY OF DECAY II has been announced. Tickets There will never live down having to […]

DUBLIN DAY OF DECAY: Stage Times Released

May 13, 2013

Just over two weeks to go for this monster night of metal at Dublin’s Fibber MaGees. 21 Bands are currently scheduled to appear for the Dublin Day of Decay (AeSect, Scordatura and The BloodBunniez have unfortuantly had to pull out, but Bella Dockeral has been booked to replace The BloodBunniez) over two stages on June 1st. […]

Gutf*ck Presents: Dublin Day of Decay 2013

February 20, 2013

Gutfuck Promotions (Wayyyyy better name than ‘MCD’ IMHOyc) have announced the 2013 Dublin Day of Decay. 22 bands, 2 stages in 1 day. If you’re a fan of any sort of extreme metal then this is another excellent opportunity to check out some of Ireland and Europe’s best up and comers. Everything from (wait for […]

Club Carnage Presents: THRASH YOUR FACE OFF (Psykosis / Atominated + 4 More)

May 1, 2013

Goodbye livers and brain cells, hello THRASH YOUR HEAD OFF \,,/. With the Day of Decay coming up on June 1st at Fibbers, Club Carnage have now decided to make things extra gruelling; by announcing a mouth watering line-up of thrash metal for the day before. Psykosis, Atominated, Animator, Visceral Attack, Exzeltic and Edenfire are […]

Review: Gargantuan – Declarations of Gore

April 4, 2013

For those who don’t know, Enniskillen was once home to a might record shop called ‘Island Discs’. In its day, island Discs was the mecca of the North West for all things hard rock and metal. Anything demo/bootlegged or hard to find was always to be found in Island and generally at a decent price. […]

EHT PROMOTIONS Presents: Warpath + Dead Label + Vile Regression + Only Fumes and Corpses + Aesect + 13 more @ Fibbers, April 13th

March 27, 2013

Yes, seriously! 18 bands, two stages, a fiver in and loads of drink promos! That’s the name of the game at Fibber MaGee’s on April 13th as metal comes to town. For anyone that thought the Dublin Day of Decay was the next big day out, welcome to hell!. There’s quite a few names so […]

ICONS

August 31, 2009

What happened folks? In the mid 50’s, Mr. Elvis A. Presley walked into Sun Studios in Memphis, Tennessee and became the very first, the best, the symbol, legend, embodiment and icon of rock n roll. Like Sid Vicious to Punk, Frank Sinatra to big band, Johnny Cash to country and western or even Dana to […]

Tickets There HY GIY?: The Aftermath – Friendlier Up Here

August 17, 2009

I May have been a bit harsh on this new series, maybe it’ll work and here to help me road test its second outing is The Aftermath and their debut album Friendlier Up Here.  This is one of those albums I’m very surprised Tickets There hasn’t found a way to review before but first, a […]

Tickets There Likes: Guns N Roses – Use Your Illusion I

August 8, 2009

There is one band in the world that has always come close to beating Def Leppard to the top spot in my all time favorites.  A band that I consider to be the greatest hard rock band of all time. I first discovered Guns N Roses in 1992, just a couple of months after Def […]

Marilyn Manson – The High End of Low (Album Review)

June 4, 2009

‘Forbidden in Heaven, useless in Hell’ Anyone who knows me has a pretty good idea that I hold Def Leppard up high as the greatest rock band of all time (well, my personal favorite) but few know that I attribute Marilyn Manson as being directly responsible for my association with the music world today. How, […]