#WWEBELFAST, NOV 7

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Last Friday we hit the Odyssey Arena for #WWEBelfast. The very, very generous folk at Aiken Promotions gave us our best ever seats, so here’s a few photos from the night, plus details of WWE’s next Irish visit.

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WWE Live

Friday, 10 April, 2015at 7:30pm

Live from Odyssey Arena, Belfast.

WWE live is a unique blend of sport and entertainment, combining in-ring match action with dramatic entertainment. Bursting with all the drama and energy of a rock concert, in a fun, lively and exciting environment, WWE live events are the ultimate in family entertainment!

Don’t miss this chance to see your favourite WWE Superstars and Divas Live in action. 

Line up subject to change

Ticket Prices: £60, £50, £35, £25, £18

Family Ticket:  £132 (4 tickets with maximum 2 adults – Limited Availability)

Tickets available from Odyssey Arena Box Office and all Ticketmaster outlets Nationwide

Book online at www.ticketmaster.ie

Charge By Phone: Ireland: 0818 719 300 / UK: 0844 277 4455

(Telephone & Internet Bookings subject to service charge)

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HOT PRESS ALBUM REVIEW: SLASH

11 11 2014

*REPRINT*REPRINT*REPRINT*

SLASH FEATURING MYLES KENNEDY AND THE CONSPIRATORS

World On Fire (Warner Bros)

6/10

Key Track: ‘Automatic Overdrive’

MORE FRET-BOTHERING ANTICS FROM TOP HAT CLAD TUNESMITH.

It’s just over 20 years since perennially top hatted guitarist Slash bowed out from the ongoing soap opera that is/was Guns ‘N’ Roses. However, despite the decades that have passed (and subsequent metric ton of moaning from his former cohort Axl Rose), in a weird way it’s like he never left. For millions of people, he will always be “Yer man from Guns ‘N’ Roses” and judging by the material on his latest solo record, Slash seems just fine with that as World On Fire doesn’t stray too far from the sound that made him a household name.

His third “official” solo record (90s project Slash’s Snakepit was a different beast entirely) Myles Kennedy once again features on vocals and it’s packed with plenty of sleazy riffs to appease the faithful. World On Fire is far from a classic though, as it suffers from way too many songs. At 17 tracks and a running time of a whopping 77minutes, the record tests the patience more often than not and the likes of run of the mill hard rock romps such as ‘Wicked Stone’ and ‘Dirty Girl’ blend into one. ‘Automatic Overdrive’ is a stand-out though, thanks to Slash changing things up with a distinctly NWOBHM-like riff and the title track is an incendiary offering, but overall the record is as bloated as Slash’s ex band-mate.

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