Spirits are high at London’s O2 Arena as local Metallers The Raven Age pave the way for two of America’s biggest and best in Alter Bridge and Shinedown. Last minute replacements for originally scheduled openers Sevendust, they don’t let the occasion get to them and kick off the evening in fine style.

Shinedown roared out of Jacksonville, Florida in 2001 and have established themselves internationally with a fresh, original crossover sound drawing on several influences, from hard and classic rock to pop and electronica. The band have been on a high since going multi-platinum with their single ‘Second Chance’, part of album no three ‘The Sound Of Madness’, and are currently on the road showcasing their most recent work ‘Attention, Attention’.

Their introduction to the stage can easily be compared to a rollback of the years, to when you were a child and your parents would take you to the circus. The master of ceremonies would jump out and around and then ask you to sit back and fasten your seatbelt, since you are about to witness the greatest show in the world. First song on the Shinedown menu this evening is ‘Devil’.

Barry Kerch hits his drums with such vigour that his dreadlocks bounce at every beat, Zach Myers and Eric Bass play a sleazy dirty riff in a loop, while Brent Smith shouts in a crescendo “Pick it up, pick it up, pick up the phone”. With an ever infectious dubstep type of groove, that despite the slow tempo causes the whole arena to head-bob like crazy, this song has already reached anthem like status and certainly makes for a great opener.

They follow that with a vintage rock sound turned contemporary thanks to the addition of backing tracks, the juxtaposition of bottom heavy classic guitar riffs skilfully played by Myers, industrial type loops married to Kerch’s signature marching beat and the explosive ‘Diamond Eyes’ is born. The chant-like chorus makes you sing along and all rise with the “Boom-lay, boom-lay’ boom”.

Brent Smith at this stage pauses to talk to the audience: “Listen up before we go on, give each other a high five”, and people turn to their neighbour and slam hands into one another. “We are honoured to be in the greatest city in the world and this is for you.” introduces the first notes of ‘Enemies’.

This is a track that evokes the straight, yet ever so effective groove of contemporaries of the likes of Halestorm’s ‘Freak Like Me’, with big, chunky riffs and a relentless beat you can’t help but jump to. Fists are up in the air, moshpits take shape, people sing along and it simply feels like one big party.

However, it is soon time to mellow down and ‘Monsters’ creates a true emotional experience. The initial downtuned riff, enhanced by a phaser that gives it a tremolo effect, the deeply cutting vocals rounding the equally poignant lyrics and Myers’ tasteful haunting guitar solo, render this song nothing short of epic. This is the track that makes you want to reach out for the tissues, while the O2 is submerged by a sea of lights.

” What an absolutely astonishing audience we have before us tonight. Thank you for allowing us to play for you.” says Smith before getting people in their seats to stand up and raise their lights “So that we can make some magic together.”.

‘Get Up’ is a song containing a message of hope: the strength to, no matter what, believe in oneself and make things happen and, if one should fall, to get up and keep on moving. Probably their most poptastic number with a super catchy chorus, this sees the addition of a piano part played by Eric Bass while remaining in charge of the bottom end of the sound and Zach doubling up on acoustic guitar. Between the incredible light show and the sea of hands waving their lights across the arena, this is another uplifting moment.

A film noir style motif, sounding as old as a scratched up vinyl being spinned for the hundredth time, provides the intro for the ear splitting relentless groove played by the ever so energetic dreadded drummer for ‘Cut The Cord’. With a choir of voices in unison that fill the room, this track is simply meaty, loud and catchy AF.

Back to 2008 and the song which put this band on the map. Unequivocally radio friendly and beautifully showcasing the singer’s ever so compact clean tone, ‘Second Chance’ is an autobiographical song about Brent leaving home to follow his dreams and a touching one indeed for him to sing.

Lynyrd Skynyrd’s ‘Simple Man’ is an absolute bluesy classic, with clean voice and guitar, where the rhythm section only kicks in on the second half of the song and which takes no prisoners in terms of shivers. The audience know it well too and are invited to actively participate on the choruses.

The last two songs of the set pick up pace again and we see ‘Sound of Madness’ going for that signature steady yet heavy marching beat, fuzzy guitar and even a solo by the maestro, as Brent himself describes him, while ‘Brilliant’ has a cathartic feel to it which makes it the ideal closing number.

Shinedown never skipped a beat. A band that play straightforward, in your face, no frills contemporary rock and deliver with the precision of a Swiss clock. Their attention to detail is remarkable even in the image, where they are all suited in black and yellow, the emblematic colours of the band, and in perfect coordination. The show did feel rather rehearsed and the long chats and the excessive praising felt preachy and fell a tad flat. I think their set could benefit from a bit more variety too but with over ten million sales worldwide, Shinedown are certainly doing something right and tonight was a true testament to that.

Line up:
Brent Smith [vocals]
Zach Myers [guitar, acoustic guitar]
Eric Bass [bass, keyboard]
Barry Kerch [drums]


When Orlando rockers Creed parted ways with singer Scott Stapp in 2004, the three musicians were in the market for a new singer to start afresh. When Myles Kennedy came into the picture Alter Bridge were born and have since released six studio albums, live releases and more.They have also toured tirelessly, with a regular three year cycle for each album, building a career that has taken them to arena headlining status tonight to celebrate latest album ‘Walk The Sky’ which has topped the rock charts worldwide.

The show begins with the intro ‘One Life’, which is an ethereal slow tempo interlude with Kennedy’s dreamy vocals echoing in the room, during which the boys take their positions. Armed with smiles and a burst of energy,you can tell that they mean business as soon as the very first notes of ‘Wouldn’t you Rather’ start resounding around the room.

‘Wouldn’t You Rather’ is a bombastic number marked by Tremonti’s signature chunky riffing, a stop / start groove greatly showcasing the rhythm section and an ever catchy chorus you can easily sing along to. It is heavy and loaded with character and one that indeed sets the mood for a forthcoming utterly exhilarating experience.

Fog jets trigger on the first notes of the anthemic ‘Isolation’ from third album ‘ABIII’ with ‘Flip’ Phillips surprising us with a heavy double pedal breakdown on the riff interlude. Myles then goes: “I wanna hear you screeeeeam”, while Marshall takes centre stage for the middle eight and it is heavy duty all around with this song.

Tremonti’s Heavy Metal background married with Kennedy’s more theoretical jazzy approach and his pure vocals, create the perfect formula that renders this band so unique and equally appealing to a diversified type of audience. Ranging from the most hardcore of Metalheads to the more melodic type listener and anything in between, Alter Bridge really cater to everyone’s taste.

A clear example of that is the next track, this time from ‘Blackbird’. ‘Come To Life’ has a melodic and catchy vocal line laid over a huge Heavy Metal riff, even featuring the famed Zakk Wylde squeal, and only further enhanced by Marshall’s doubling on the lower octave, hence the use of the five string, while Phillips provides steady barrage all the way through. This song is classic Alter Bridge; solid, yet ever so singable and everyone joins in.

Time to greet us and a rather excitable Myles, finally goes: “Good evening Londoooooon. How is everybody doing here this evening?!”. He then thanks the support bands and introduces ‘Santa Tremonti’, who will very kindly offer the Tremonti signature PRS guitar he is about to play for the next song as a Xmas gift to ‘the craziest mother****er’ in the room.

A peculiarity of this band, is that Kennedy and Tremonti like to constantly experiment with tunings and you will be hard pressed to find two songs with the same architecture. Come the new album, they decided to take it a step further and venture into totally uncharted territory, by embracing a much wider sonic soundscape.

‘Pay No Mind’ introduces the use of synths, skilfully played by the multi talented musician as well as guitar tech Jeremy Frost, who is wearing a bandana kamikaze style on this occasion, while loving every minute of it. Inspired by a John Carpenter synth-pop type motif, as Tremonti himself explains in several interviews, this theme recurs in few songs of the album and ‘Pay No Mind’ is one of them. Eerie and kinda solemn, it certainly deviates from anything that they have done before.

The song is over and it is time to choose the winner. Myles gets elected for the pick and the deed is done; the guitar goes to a longstanding fan. Lucky guy indeed!

‘Ghosts Of Days Gone By’ follows suit and it sounds like the whole arena knows the words. Breezy and simply uplifting, it nicely gives way to another Alter Bridge meteor, ‘White Knuckles’. Back in the fast lane and more Metal sounding, this track from the ‘Blackbird’ album, is a classic in the AB set list, while ‘maestro Myles’, who seems to be in a truly cheeky and mischievous mood tonight, starts conducting the audience and we, of course, eat from the palm of his hand.

An absolute personal favourite from the new album is ‘Native Son’ where Mark gets his Stella out for the occasion, the very limited edition Explorer guitar designed for him by Paul Reed Smith.

You would tend to assume that this track would be a Tremonti creation due to the heaviness of it, however, Kennedy appears to be the legitimate father of that absolutely stunning killer riff. Fantastic job also from the rhythm section, who remain as tight as ever. It did feel like a hint more attitude and slightly faster tempo in the live rendition wouldn’t have gone amiss, however the song still sounded solid.

The singer keeps teasing with some guitar licks and it is time to travel back in time again to 2007 when he asks: “Are we ready to ‘Rise Today’.?”. Another staple in the live set and very much loved by the fans, once again you have the whole arena clapping hands and singing along.

Their darkest and heaviest album to date, ‘Fortress’ gave birth to the gem of a single ‘Cry Of Achilles’. Spotlight on Myles, who starts the initial riff solo, then the whole band erupts into this absolute blinder. The rhythm section really shines on this song, especially in the breakdown where you have a stunning bass line in a loop played by Brian Marshall at the forefront. Follow wailing guitar solos played by Kennedy and Tremonti in turns that simply make you quiver and glorious choruses where all arms are up in the air and even Myles himself is left speechless.

Fans of Mark’s singing aren’t disappointed as he takes the lead on ‘Water Rising’ while visuals of gusty waves play in the background. A brilliant performance by the riff master, whose vocals have come on by miles since the early days. Also one for the drums, where we get an impeccable shuffle by Mr Phillips, loaded with tasteful flairs and plenty of dynamics and this song indeed also goes out with a bang.

Time for the classic mid set chair and that can only mean one thing: the Mark and Myles acoustic duet. You would think that playing three mellow songs in a row would be overkill, however people seem to enjoy every minute of it and Alter Bridge sure know how to give their fans what they want. Needless to say that the whole performance was nothing short of mesmerising, where 17,000 lights rise in the sky and it remains hard keeping a dry eye. Between ‘In Loving Memory’, ‘Watch Over You’ and ‘Blackbird’ it would be surprising to see anyone not being affected.

It was amazing to get the full band join in on the second half of ‘Watch Over You’, which had not been done in a long time. Myles pays tribute to the Beatles in the intro of ‘Blackbird’ by playing the original chord progression before launching into Alter Bridge’s own tune. With one of the most haunting riffs and heart-wrenching guitar solos and including that signature Marshall run down on the bass that will get you every time, the song has become an absolute Alter Bridge staple.

“We are going all the way back to 2004” introducing another AB classic in ‘Open Your Eyes’. This usually marks the climax of the show when the lights go up, the music stops and you have a choir of ‘oh-ohs’ lifting in the air for several minutes, before the band kick in again. Myles himself calls it their favourite part of the night and the moment is truly magical.

It is such a pleasure to watch a band as highly technically skilled yet as unpretentious as this. Never ceasing to appreciate how far they have come and thank their fans for helping them get there. There is no ego, no cockiness, no rockstar diva dips; it is sheer artistry by people who simply love what they do. Visibly moved tonight, Kennedy says “This is where it kind of started for us, this is ground zero and we wanna thank you so much for the last fifteen years”.

For the ever rifftastic ‘Metalingus’ we get a surprise special guest when John Connolly from Sevendust, the openers forced to cancel, joins in on guitar. A now guitar-less Myles is free to play maestro one more time and so the ritual begins when he commands people in the audience to crouch down on the middle eight. Must admit that it has taken a while for the people in the pit to clock in, but it eventually works and everybody jumps up when the chorus kicks back in. That was fun indeed!

Is this the end? Only for a few minutes, till the band come back for the encore. Introduced by the piano intro, with keyboards back in the mix, people are in absolute awe of ‘Godspeed’. This song, from the latest album, seems to be favoured by many as the perfect combination between content and composition. An enlightened piece paying tribute to Mark’s friend Seth Luker who recently passed away, it is simply classy, dreamy and uplifting.

Alter Bridge have churned out tunes one after the other and have given us a very generous eighteen song set. What better way to finish though than with the absolute blinder that is ‘Addicted To Pain’. Myles Kennedy has cherished the Telecaster relic he received as a gift for his birthday so much, that he has preferred to mostly play that one guitar for the remaining duration of the tour. One more tuning and he plays the start of the emblematic riff. Mark then joins in with his Stella and they are off. A ton of percussive barrage provided by Flip, a huge breakdown, a facemelter of a solo by the master shredder himself, a weighty outro while the CO2 jets erupt for the last time and it is lights up. What an absolutely explosive ending to a simply fantastic set.

With an ever bigger and bolder production, with a wall of screens, fog jets and lasers beaming across the room, the upgrade in the lightshow since their last tour is truly remarkable. The band have upgraded too, using in-ear monitoring, cymbal shields and their synths.

A well balanced set was lighter on the new material than I would have liked but having said that, Alter Bridge are renowned for mixing it up and tailoring their set to what they deem the audience on the night will appreciate the most. The band simply cannot be faulted. The energy was simply electrifying from the get go, they have absolutely given their all, delivering an absolutely classy and simply superb performance. Next stop supporting the mighty Iron Maiden in the summer!

Line up:
Myles Kennedy [vocals, guitar]
Mark Tremonti [vocals, guitar]
Brian Marshall [bass]
Scott Phillips [drums]
Guest: Jeremy Frost [keyboards]
Guest: John Connolly – Sevendust [guitar]

METALINGUS (featuring John Connolly – Sevendust)

Alter Bridge / Shinedown
O2 Arena, London
Words: Dany Jones, Pictures: Steve Ritchie
21st December 2019

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Travelers can travel to several countries with their borders open. However, keep an eye on the requirements that must be met when arriving.

A number of countries across Europe have opened their borders after weeks of closures to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Travelers can travel to several countries with their borders open. However, keep an eye on the requirements that must be met when arriving.

Reported from, here are the countries that have reopened their borders.


Commercial flights for business trips as usual to Albania will reopen from June 15. All EU citizens are eligible to enter Albania.

When arriving at the local airport, all passengers are required by the authorities to pass through the disinfection tunnel and body temperature will be measured.

Anyone with a body temperature higher than 37.5 °C will be interviewed by a doctor on site. Then, there will be a 14-day quarantine for international arrivals


Austria still prohibits anyone travelling outside the Schengen area from entering their country. Even so, the country has reopened its borders to many european countries.

Austria opened its borders with Germany, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary and the Czech Republic on June 4, and then reopened its border with Italy on June 16.

There are no restrictions with most EU countries except for travellers from the UK, Sweden, Spain and Portugal who still have to present medical certificates and self-isolation upon arrival.


Borders with countries in the EUROPEAN Union, the UK and four other Schengen countries (Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Iceland and Norway) have reopened.

Currently, local authorities only allow individuals to make important trips. However, this policy will change on July 1.


Bulgaria reopened its borders on June 1 to EU countries, the UK, San Marino, Andorra, Monaco, the Vatican, Serbia and citizens of North Macedonia, as well as medical workers and family members of Bulgarian citizens.

However, tourists from Belgium, Portugal, Sweden and the UK had to be exiled for 14 days.


Croatia is currently open to visitors from the EU and UK, with no restrictions or quarantine requirements.


Cyprus allows travel on June 9 for most countries, dividing it into two categories.

Travellers from Category A countries – Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, Slovakia, Slovenia and Switzerland – face no restrictions.

Meanwhile people from Category B countries – Israel, Poland and Romania – must present a health certificate with a validity period of no more than three days.

Any unregistered country, including the UK, will currently only be allowed to travel on a case-by-case basis, but these restrictions will be reviewed immediately.

Czech Republic

The Czech Republic no longer runs quarantines and people can travel from other countries, but each country will be placed in one of three color categories based on their risk.

If you are thinking of traveling to the Czech Republic, then check what requirements apply to you.


Denmark still imposes quarantines for anyone who does not travel from Germany, Norway and Iceland.


Estonia loosened the quarantine on June 1, and allowed visitors from the UK, EU and Schengen area to travel. However, travel documents and medical results will be checked upon arrival.


Finland has opened its borders to certain countries – including Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

As for UK and Schengen citizens only essential travel is permitted.


Travelers from EU member states as well as Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland and the Vatican have been allowed to visit the country since June 15 with no restrictions on arrivals.

Visitors from Spain and the UK can travel to France provided they undergo voluntary quarantine.


On June 15, Germany lifted its restrictions on travelers coming from the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and the UK.


There is still a travel ban for people from the UK even though Greece has begun allowing travellers from the majority of EU countries back since June 15.


Hungary still imposes restrictions for most countries. However, the country provides exceptions for travelers from Austria, Slovakia, Croatia, czech republic, Slovenia and Serbia.


Iceland lifted its restrictions on EU and UK tourists on June 15. Tourists are tested on arrival and will receive the results by phone within a few hours.


The border is open to visitors, but anyone from anywhere except Northern Ireland must be quarantined for 14 days.


Italy opened its borders on June 3 to citizens of the EU, UK, Schengen area, Andorra and Monaco.. The border also opens with Vatican City and San Marino on this date.

Tourists coming from the above countries do not have to undergo quarantine unless they have been in another country within 14 days before reaching Italy.

Lithuania has lifted its restrictions on citizens from the EU, EEA, Switzerland and the UK as long as the covid-19 event in the country where they live does not exceed 25 cases per 100,000 population in the last 14 days.


Luxembourg has no travel restrictions for countries in Europe.


The country is expected to lift its restrictions starting July 1. On that date, the border will be reopened to travelers from Germany, Austria, Cyprus, Switzerland, the Italian islands of Sicily and Sardinia, Iceland, Slovakia, Norway, Denmark, Hungary, Finland, Ireland, Lithuania, Israel, Latvia, Estonia, Luxembourg, Czech Republic, Italy, France, Poland, Spain, Croatia and Greece.

There has been no update on the trip from the UK.


EU citizens – including British citizens – can now enter the country. Tourists from the UK and Sweden are required to be in exile for 14 days when arriving.


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There’s nothing better than a Friday night gig and a few beers with friends to look forward after a hard week at work and it’s certainly enhanced if the bands are guaranteed solid gold-plated British hard rock in a venue that’s perfectly sized to get up close and personal.

Words: Johnny Churchill

Pictures: Steve Ritchie

Beer in hand, I thoroughly enjoyed Nine Miles Down’s short but punchy opening set before the ever-reliable and classy Voodoo Six hit the stage. Singer Nik Taylor-Stoakes commanded the stage with the authority and confidence of a 70s hard rock veteran, while Tony Newton prowled around
the monitors, practically in the front row, urging the fans to raise the roof.

british lion

Joe Lazarus showed off his skills with some great drum work while the excellent twin guitar work of Matt Pearce and Jordan Spowart gave each song a touch of class and at times, a serious crunch. Highlights included opener, ‘The Traveller’, taken from the forthcoming new album ‘Simulation Game’, due in March next year, ‘Take the Blame’ and the awesome ‘Falling Knives’. No doubt winning new fans at each show in this mini-UK tour, Voodoo Six continue to show why they’re so highly rated as a live act.

British Lion have a lot to live up to after Voodoo Six’s storming set, and they too have a new album in the works, ‘The Burning’, due for release in January.

british lion

With a first US Tour booked for the new year, the band is honed and ready to step up. Their superb 16-track set was delivered at breakneck pace, and there was plenty on offer here, with new album title track ‘The Burning’ feeling like an old set-list favourite, while ‘Spitfire’ and ‘Bible Black’ gave the band a chance to shine, especially drummer Simon Dawson who laid down some seriously heavy and hypnotic beats, giving the songs a real sense of drama.

Singer Richard Taylor has a powerful, versatile voice, which really lent itself to the material and he connected effortlessly with the crowd between songs, while David Hawkins and Grahame Leslie delivered some epic riffs and solos, which really complimented the excellent songwriting. Steve Harris as expected, gave his customary high-energy performance, delighting the front row, who’d been glued to the barrier since 6pm when the doors opened, desperate for a chance to get up close and personal with Heavy Metal royalty.

british lion

Closing the set with ‘Judas’, ‘A World Without Heaven’ and ‘Eyes Of The Young’ left the crowd ecstatic, while proving that there’s so much more to Steve Harris than Iron Maiden. British Lion have some really great, crowd-pleasing hard rock songs in their now two-album catalogue and have the musical chops to bring them to life.

It was a fantastic Friday night and reassuring to see British hard rock alive and roaring. If you get the chance to see Voodoo Six or British Lion in 2020, you’re in for a treat.

British Lion setlist:
This Is My God
Lost Worlds
Father Lucifer
The Burning
The Chosen Ones
These Are The Hands
Bible Black
Nickels And Dimes
Last Chance
Us Against The World
A World Without Heaven
Eyes Of The Young

Godsmack London

Event Information

Grammy nominated Danish band Volbeat confirms seventeen new excursion dates with Godsmack in the course of the U.S. And Canada in April and May of 2019. The tour will kick off with a string of dates in U.S. As special guests to Godsmack earlier than the pair embark on a go-united states of america coheadline tour of Canada (complete dates below). Additionally, two ranges of more advantageous reports can be available for those dates, a “Meet & Greet + Backstage Tour Experience” and a “Fast Track + Early Entry Package”. Tickets for those newly announced dates will pass on sale here on Friday, December 14th at 10am.

Volbeat these days announced the release their live album and concert movie, Let’s Boogie! Live From Telia Parken, on December 14th thru Republic Records/Universal Music. The 26-song album commemorates and memorializes the record-breaking 2017 concert, and includes live variations of Volbeat’s chart-topping hits “Still Counting,” “For Evigt,” “The Devil’s Bleeding Crown,” and “A Warrior’s Call” in addition to a stay overall performance of a new music, “The Everlasting.” Special guests at the album (in order of appearance) include Mille Petrozza, Johan Olsen, Mark “Barney” Greenway, Lars Ulrich, boxer Mikkel Kessler and Danko Jones. Find a full list of visitor performers underneath. The album and concert film could be available in the following configurations: BluRay /2 CD, DVD/2 CD, 2 CD, three LP vinyl, and digitally. Pre-order Let’s Boogie! Live From Telia Parken on all codecs right here: https://umg.Lnk.To/letsboogielive

Volbeat emerged from Copenhagen in 2001. Since then, they’ve tirelessly clawed their way to hard rock’s upper echelon with infinite travelling and a string of six liked full-length albums. Recently, their 2010 album Beyond Hell/Above Heaven, which capabilities hit singles “A Warrior’s Call” and “Heaven Nor Hell,” acquired RIAA Gold Certification. 2013’s Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies bowed at #9 at the Billboard Top 200 upon launch marking the very best U.S. Chart access for a Danish Act because 1997 till the band’s 2016 album Seal The Deal & Let’s Boogie crowned it by means of debuting at #4.

Godsmack launched When Legends Rise in advance this 12 months through BMG (US) and Spinefarm (Worldwide), marking the band’s seventh studio album and their first in 4 years. When Legends Rise is available on CD, LP and Digital.

Prohibited Items

The accompanied items will no longer be allowed into the venue for this performance

No bags, backpacks, huge purse or similar items
No cans or bottles of any type (including plastics)
No video / audio recording equipment
No expert cameras or selfie sticks
This overall performance may also contain heavy strobe lightning and pyro