Bulls on Parade will perform for first time in over a year after return of bassist

Saturday 19th of January sees a Triple Bill tribute night featuring The Music of Tool, Rage Against The Machine and Alice In Chains by three of Ireland’s top tribute acts. Reformed with an all-new lineup, The Grudge return to play their first show after several years absence.

Saturday 19th of January sees a Triple Bill tribute night featuring The Music of Tool, Rage Against The Machine and Alice In Chains by three of Ireland’s top tribute acts. Reformed with an all-new lineup, The Grudge return to play their first show after several years absence.

The pitch perfect quartet from Castleblayney and are as close as one is likely to get to the Tool live experience and are hailed as “Ireland’s Premier Tool Tribute Band”.

They play a large repertoire of Tool’s greatest songs spanning all their albums whilst truly encapsulating the musicianship and style of these great progressive musicians.

Bulls On Parade, the number one tribute to Rage Against The Machine, are back and ready to kick off the new year with a bang.

The band was first formed in 2003 and consists of Kevin Carroll on guitar, Ian Harold on drums, Sean McMahon on vocals and David Stanley on bass.

This will be the band’s first Spirit Store performance in over a year and a half and marks the return of bassist David Stanley who is back in the mix after several years abroad.

Bulls On Parade have wowed audiences in several countries over the last decade with their amazingly accurate and explosive live performances.

Dublin based Angry Chair have been making a name for themselves over the past few years, recreating the sound of Alice in Chains in some of Ireland’s top venues.

With a string of gigs across the country over the Christmas period, Angry Chair will be building steam ahead of their first Spirit Store appearance in over two years.

With a string of gigs under the belt of each member, the band came together from a mutual love of the music of Alice in Chains, an unrivalled passion to perform, and a desire to deliver a sound worthy of the memory of the late Layne Staley.

If their last Dundalk show was anything to go by, fans of Alice in Chains are in for a treat.