Sinocence – Belfast, Limelight 2 28/03/2014


For any artist, the launch of a new work is a special occasion. For Norn Iron’s premier heavyweights, Sinocence, the unveiling of their new EP – the second instalment in their ‘No Gods, No Masters’ triptych – called for that something a little extra special. And so the band assembled a cast thatFor any artist, the launch of a new work is a special occasion. For Norn Iron’s premier heavyweights, Sinocence, the unveiling of their new EP – the second instalment in their ‘No Gods, No Masters’ triptych – called for that something a little extra special. And so the band assembled a cast that comprised of four other of the top live bands from this part of the planet we call Mosh – an assemblage of rock and metal warriors, in turn, designed to push them to the limit of their own performance and ensure that they were at the top of their game. First to pick up the gauntlet are the Gasoline Outlaws, a new name on the Norn Iron scene but one featuring a wealth of experience, in the shape of past and present members of the likes of Black Freeway, Last Known Addiction and Pay*ola. And their collective experience shines through as, despite having less than a handful of gigs under their belts, the Outlaws have a tight, punctual groove. Vocalist Matt Fitz (pictured left) is the living embodiment of the description “the wee man with a big voice”, and prowls the stage like a predatory panther with […]

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