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Schenker gig cancelled
Saturday's Michael Schenker gig at the Ulster Hall has now been cancelled, officially "due to unforeseen circumstances".
Refunds are now available from wherever you bought your tickets.
Last Updated (Monday, 30 May 2016 05:48)
Nu-metallers (HED)PE are playing the Spring and Airbrake on Friday 12 May. Support comes from Threat Signal, Attila and Gacys Threads.
Take your seats
Saturday night's Michael Schenker gig at the Ulster Hall is an all-seated affair - unless a shed more tickets are shifted between now and then. Support is from our very own Sweet Savage. It will be a real shame if the mad axeman, now reunited with Gary Barden, takes to the stage in
Slayer for Belfast? And the Crue?
Rumours - and I stress that these are only rumours at this stage - are circulating that Slayer are lining up a Belfast show in late July.
With Kerry, Tom et al already confirmed for Sonisphere, word
Howlin for a bassist
Local rockers Howlin Widow are urgently looking for a bass player.
A band with their roots very firmly in the classic heavy rock tradition, they have gigging and recording commitments to fulfil and so need a four-stringer pretty damn quick.
All they are asking is talent
No tale of woe @ Limelight
And so, all too soon, 2009 winds its weary way into the annals of history – and, wow, what a year it has been, one which proves that the local rock and metal scene is, despite all the contrary prognoses and the ignorance of the mainstream media, alive well and lifting the
The metal world’s attention turns to the deep south – the deep south of Ireland that is – next weekend, with the fourth annual Cork Winterfest on Friday 18 and Saturday 19 December.
Waylander, Sorrowfall and Overoth are the local contingent appearing alongside the
Watching from afar (or nearby)…
And So I Watch You From Afar - Belfast’s own four piece juggernaut - bring local music back to the Ulster Hall when they headline an all-star, all-local bill on Friday 18 December.
ASIWYFA will be joined at Belfast’s most prestigious rock ‘n’ roll venue by
2010 gig listings
It may, or may not, be hard to believe, but it is just slightly more than three weeks to the dawn of the second decade of the 21st Century - and what a year 2010 is already shaping up to be.
From the might of Metallica and the legend that is Deep Purple (appearing in Belfast for the first time in their monumental 40-odd year career), to the
Paradise City launch confirmed
It has been confirmed that Paradise City, Belfast's new classic rock club, will launch at Madison's, on Botanic Avenue, on Thursday 28 January. We will downstairs in the hotel's simply rocktastic night club - think the old Rock Bottom meets the Cavern Club! Doors open 9.30pm, and Monk will be
Paradise in Botanic
At long last - the news you have been waiting for!Paradise City will launch at Madison's, on Botanic Avenue, on Thursday 28 January. We will downstairs in the hotel's simply rocktastic night club -