Seminal Limerick band Tooth reform for one off gig

Alan Owens

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Alan Owens

FOR ONE night only, seminal Limerick rock band Tooth - referenced by every local band worth their salt - are to reunite for the first time in nearly ten years for a special one off gig.

FOR ONE night only, seminal Limerick rock band Tooth - referenced by every local band worth their salt - are to reunite for the first time in nearly ten years for a special one off gig.

Stephen’s Night marks the return to the stage of the band, coinciding with the 10 year anniversary of the release of their acclaimed 2001 CD That Corporate Emotion.

Featuring Steve Ryan - later of Giveamanakick and Windings - Mark P O’Connor - now a much respected solo artist in his own right - Liam Marley - also a Windings member - and Shane Darcy on drums, the return of Tooth has a distinctive ‘supergroup’ feel to it after a decade of other projects.

Purveyors of “downtuned, decibel-driven, aggro rock”, Tooth are re-releasing their debut LP on Out On A Limb Records and they will be for sale on the night.

Support on the night comes from excellent local rockers Fox Jaw Bounty Hunters, Last Days of Death Country and Dead Red Light.

Tooth and support play in Dolan’s Warehouse on December 26.