Wednesday, 15th August 2012
Black Sabbath Versus AC/DC
Monsters Of Rock returns to The Forum on Saturday, 1 September, with a double bill of live tributes to the 2 biggest metal bands of all time, Black Sabbath (Black As Sabbath) and AC/DC (Whole Lotta Voltage). Doors are at 10.30pm with Black As Sabbath taking to the stage first at 11pm for a 90 minute set of Ozzy era classics, followed by the youthful Whole Lotta Voltage who also play a 90 minute set of Bon Scott era AC/DC. Admission is €10.
Black As Sabbath were formed in Belfast 5 years ago by four musicians who all share a love of Black Sabbath. With a pounding rhythm section, spot on vocals and heavy guitar riffs, Black As Sabbath are as close to the real thing as its possible to get. Their brilliant live tribute to the originators of Heavy Metal includes tracks from all Sabbath's classic albums from 1970 to 1976, like "Paranoid", "War Pigs", "Iron Man", "N.I.B", "Changes" and "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath".
Whole Lotta Voltage from Dublin are not just another old, jaded and mediocre AC/DC tribute band. They are an exact replica of the group at the peak of their youth in 1979 when Bon Scott was at the helm. Whole Lotta Voltage put on a dynamic stage show, full of the raunchy mischief and sweaty rock and roll that originally catapulted AC/DC to worldwide stardom. The lads have played to hordes of AC/DC fans in Holland, Belgium and Germany as well as their home crowd. If you want blood, they've got it !
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