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NSX Festival Announce First Acts and Ticket Details

Posted in Festival News, Gig Review, Music, News with tags , , , , , , , , , , on May 9, 2013 by Tickets There

NSXFestivalThis August, Louth will prepare itself for two days of heavy metal, hard rock, blues, psychbilly, punk and motorbikes as the NSX Festival muscles its way onto the summer circuit for the first time ever.

Mixing bands from both the North and South, NSZ boasts a strong line-up of home-grown talent, spread over three stages and two days for a great price. Tickets There favourites Trucker Diablo and Gama Bomb are just two of the 44 bands already announced. Others can be found below and there’ll be more names added over the coming weeks.

Gama Bomb, Trucker Diablo, GBH, The Hot Sprokets, Only Fumes and Corpses and many, many more. Check the full list here.

It all happens on August 3rd and 4th on Dundalk, Co. Louth. Tickets will only set you back €65 and these include camping from Friday, August 2nd – Monday, August 5th. Full details about the festival and updates about attractions, bands and general news can be found at nsxfestival.com

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

Posted in Gig Listing, Music with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on March 27, 2013 by Tickets There

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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 I’ve posted the names and stage times for each act below. Went through all the effort of copy and then paste to get that info to you so please take the time to read it. Of course I didn’t forget the amazing drink promos either.

April 13th @ Fibbers. See you there! For more information, check out the Facebook Event Page.

UPSTAIRS STAGE-

WARPATH 12:15 – 01:00
DEAD LABEL 11:30 – 12:00
VILE REGRESSION 10:45 – 11:15
ONLY FUMES & CORPSES 10:00 – 10:30
AESECT 9:15 – 9:45
DEATH OF A SALESMAN 8:30 – 9:00
EDENFIRE 7:30 – 8:00
AGGRO-CULTURE 6:45 – 7:15
ATOMINATED 6:00 – 6:30

DOWNSTAIRS STAGE-

SPITTIN BONES 11:00 – 11:30
MURDOCK 10:15– 10:45
HORNETS 9:30 – 10:00
BY CONQUEST OR CONSENT 8:45 – 9:15
CORROSIVE MACHINE 8:00 – 8:30
PSYKOSIS (replacing Zero Tolerance) 7:15 – 7:45
NEW AGE EXTINCTION 6:30 – 7:00
HOLLOW TRUTH 5:45 – 6:15
STRONGHOLD 5:00 – 5:30

Late Night DJ after the bands finish to close

DRINK PROMOS:

Vodka/Paddy Powers + Mixer €3
Pints from €3.70
Shots: Jager/Mickey Finns €3
Beer Pitchers from €11
Pitcher JD/Captain Morgan’s /Cocktail €16
3 Jager or Agwa Bombs €10
Bottle of Buckfast €12

Date: Saturday April 13th 2013

Venue : Fibbers Parnell Street, Upstairs & Downstairs Venue

Admission : €5 or €2.50 with Gospel Of The Horns Ticket stub

Doors : 5pm

CURSE THE GODS OF SUMMER II – First 12 Bands Announced!

Posted in Gig Listing, IRISH NOISE!, Music with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 5, 2012 by Tickets There

In the mood for some bloody summer metal, mayhem and carnage? If yes, then Crunch Metal Productions have you sorted. This July sees the second instalment of the (best named metal event series ever) ‘CURSE THE GODS OF SUMMER’ mini-festival. 13 bands, 1 day, 1 venue, drinks promos, summer BBQ and lots more await you at one of Ireland’s best value music events.

The first twelve bands have been confirmed and among them, some of Ireland’s most aggressive, hard hitting, guitar shredding, ear bleeding rock monsters including Warpath, Dead Label, Psykosis and Only Fumes and Corpses. It all kicks off at 2pm, July 14th, The Pint, Eden Quay, Dublin.

Did we mention entrance is only €5? 13 bands, BBQ, stalls, drinks promos and no massive walking about….can’t really beat that can you? Full list of bands announced so far can be found below. Visit the official Facebook Event Page for more details.

Confirmed Bands: Dead Label, Fuckhammer, Fuckhammer, Katabolisis, Killface, Mental Deficiency, Only Fumes and Corpses, Phalmuter, Psykosis, Rites, Three Hour Ceasefire, Warpath, ZhOra + 1 More band

D.I.Y. MySpace Review – Only Fumes and Corpses

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, MySpace Review with tags , , on October 21, 2009 by Tickets There

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Some funny intro. Some witty remarks. Some general references to what I’m up to. A closing remark that brings us to the point. Pointless, un-researched general info (generally nothing more than the bands location) and the band’s name (Only Fumes and Corpses).

Usual spiel about never hearing them or seeing them.

Open with a general statement about the group normally based entirely on their first song. EG –  I think hardcore punk is a scene that needs to be laid to rest. I’ve been sitting here for 20 minutes listening to this band (Only Fumes and Corpses) and not only have they sucked my life away, they’ve destroyed any credibility I would have given this genre. It’s nothing more than the bastard son of punk and metal. Then move onto discussing each song. This proves to people you’ve at least visited the bands MySpace. Five Days starts off pretty well. Nice Slayer kind of aggression on the drums and in the riffs and that’s kept going for some time, building the sound and adding layers of anger. Then the vocals and the main riff’s plummet in. Not bad because it’s over pretty quickly. In all fairness, this isn’t a bad track. What suddenly dawns on Tickets There is this song has been running for at least 15 minutes. Going back to the MySpace I (yes it’s an I day, Anto’s away) discover that I’m on the third track. They all sound so similar I couldn’t even tell when one finished and one started. Not only do they sound similar but the quality just hops onto a spiraling descent into awfulness. Flogging a Dead Horse doesn’t even sound like it has a chorus while Drawing Lines is sooooo fucking long, boring and repetitive I’ll deserve a medal for actually sitting this one out.

Move onto the next song and try to look for some of the band positives. If this fails, tear into their fucking souls like Satan himself. If you feel you don’t have the right because you haven’t followed your dreams and you don’t think it’s right to criticize people for doing just that…then you have no business writing a MySpace Review. This isn’t Hotpress folks, it’s brutal reality of life (you’re so full of shit TT – Ed). What’s DRI? I couldn’t be bothered checking Google to find out. Anyway, the fourth song is I Don’t Need Society is by far the best, possibly only because it’s a DRI cover. Fast, well played and (finally thank god!!) a different-ish riff than the other three. Not bad. Wouldn’t listen again but not bad. Rage Against the Machine is just screaming in their graves.

Fifth song, It’s Imminent is obviously an original because they’ve just gone back, taken the music for the first three tracks and changed the odd lyric. Boring, repetitive and pointless. Sixth song (When you don’t like a bands sound, try to keep moving along because readers don’t like to see ten thousand words of negativity) is called The Elite and it’s more like I Don’t Need Society than the ‘Hard Core Template’ they’ve used on the other four ‘originals’. Not good, too stoppy starty with nothing to define it. Singer just screams and the band go mental. He stops screaming and the band calm down and then, then he starts screaming again. Not music.

Second last, September. Again a different type of style from the other numbers. Funky bass, possibly the best thing about any of the songs so far. Ah boring, so is final song, The Last Tide. What an unbelievably boring review.

If you like the band, try to include as much follow up material as possible, e.g. official sites, MySpace, gig dates…etc. If you didn’t like the band, finish on a remark trying to highlight their strong point of simply state that you didn’t think much of them. Tickets There would recommend…….you stay the hell away from Only Fumes and Corpses. (closing remark edited as part of TT’s ongoing commitment to be nicer to Irish bands but…it kind of involved a remark about the quality of music a pile of rotting flesh could produce in relation to these six long, drawn out, waste of time efforts. But we won’t say it)