Get ready to walk on hallowed ground when The Almighty Fallen take to the LP stage. Goth and indie sounds fuse together to create a blaze of pure Rock 'n' Roll redemption.
Three of Northern Irelands top bands join forces to create what has to be one of the Summers top rock line ups. Ajenda, Cavehill and The Almighty Fallen take the stage at The Cottonmount Arms in Mallusk, Newtownabbey to help promote the RNIB children. If you would like to know more about this worthwhile cause go to: http://www.rnib.org.uk/ Text 70007 to donate £3 Text RNIB and the name of your favourite children's book to 70007 and donate £3 to help blind and partially sighted people in the process.
Long awaited Belfast return for The Almighty Fallen: an up close and personal gig with some very special guests.
The Almighty Fallen headline one of Belfast most traditional rock venues, with special guests Rosie Broadway and Ciderfish. This promises to be a really great rock night with a mixture of established and up and coming exciting local bands!!
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Bio: Belfast based rockers, The Almighty Fallen, manage to not only fulfil, but exceed all the expectations created by their- very modest- choice of moniker. Acclaimed as one of the hottest unsigned bands in Northern Ireland- They have already played the Dublin National Arena whilst being televised to...See Full Bio
“Belfast based rockers, The Almighty Fallen, manage to not only fulfil, but exceed all the expectations created by their- very modest- choice of moniker, with the release of their debut EP, Resurrection. Acclaimed as one of the hottest unsigned bands currently doing the rounds in Northern Ireland- which is no mean feat, as the competition present within the current scene is nothing short of cut-throat.- They have already played the Dublin National Arena whilst being televised to over 30 countries, and have played numerous other international showcases, particularly in their fledgling days. Their current line-up, now consisting of Phil Dixon (vocals), Marc Cumming (drums), Andrew McCallister (guitar), Joe Goudie (bass) and Matt Rice (keys). ‘Resurrection’ opens the EP on a rather thoughtful, soulful note Dixon’s delivery is initially simplistic, serving to reflect on the- verging on dark lyrical themes, before giving way to an equally effective style, more typical of classic rock ”