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  • 17 August
    Helloween ( Pumpkins United World Tour 2017/2018 - Umeå ) Pumpkins United World Tour 2017/2018 - Umeå
    21:00
    City Park, Umeå, Sweden
  • 18 August
    15:00
    City Park, Wuppertal, Germany
  • 18 August
    Ihsahn ( Prog In Park II (Sons Of Apollo + Ihsahn) / 18 VIII / Warszawa ) Knock Out Productions z ogromną radością prezentuje drugą edycję festiwalu Prog In Park w Warszawie! Na festiwal zapraszamy 18 sierpnia 2018 roku do amfiteatru w warszawskim Parku Sowińskiego. Pierwszymi potwierdzonymi grupami, które wystąpią w Warszawie są: Sons Of Apollo oraz Ihsahn. Już w przyszłym tygodniu podamy Wam wszystkie szczegóły na temat przyszłorocznego festiwalu. Ogłosimy headlinera oraz resztę wykonawców, wystartuje również przedsprzedaż biletów. SONS OF APOLLO (USA) progresywny metal: Apollo to starożytny bóg między innymi muzyki i poezji, słynący również z wielkiej urody. Powstały w 2017 roku w Stanach Zjednoczonych zespół Sons Of Apollo to aż pięciu bogów muzycznych, obecnych na scenie od kilku dziesięcioleci, mających ogromny dorobek nagraniowy i koncertowy. Wokalnym Synem Apolla jest fantastyczny Jeff Scott Soto. Jako młodzian dał się poznać dzięki współpracy z Yngwie Malmsteenem, wówczas również młodziana, a potem jego mocny, niski głos można było podziwiać między innym w Journey, Talisman, Trans-Siberian Orchestra i wielu innych. Dereka Sheriniana znamy doskonale z Dream Theater, a także ze współpracy z Alice Cooperem czy Black Country Communion. Przez lata jedną z sił napędowych Dream Theater był perkusista Mike Portnoy. Po odejściu z formacji imał się przeróżnych ciekawych zajęć, chociażby wspierał na trasie legendarny zespół Twisted Sister. Wirtuoz basu, Billy Sheehan, ma w portfolio pewnie coś koło setki kolaboracji, w tym Mr. Big, z którym zdobył szczyt listy "Billboardu", UFO, Davida Lee Rotha, G3, Niacin, Talas. Ostatnim z Synów Apolla jest równie kapitalny gitarzysta, co człowiek, wielokrotnie goszczący w Polsce Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal, kilkanaście lat będący muzykiem Guns N' Roses. Ten mistrzowski skład postanowił stworzyć muzykę, będącą bliską wszystkim muzykom ze składu – świetny technicznie, lecz nieprzekombinowany progresywny metal, z przebijającymi tu i ówdzie elementami heavy metalu i hard rocka, oparty na wspaniałych melodiach i harmoniach. Tacy wyjadacze pracują szybko, więc zaledwie parę miesięcy po powstaniu Sons Of Apollo gotowa była debiutancka płyta "Psychotic Symphony", która światło dzienne ujrzała w październiku 2017 roku. Brzmienie to efekt pracy The Del Fuvio Brothers, jak określani są już od czasów Dream Theater Portnoy i Sherinian. Powstało dziewięć kompozycji, nowocześnie progmetalowych, jednakowoż mających w sobie również ducha muzyki progresywnej z lat 70. Bliskiej każdemu z Synów Apolla. Wirtuozerię i ducha łobuzerskiego rock and rolla. Wyobraźcie sobie połączenie dokonań Fates Warning, Dream Theater, Deadsoul Tribe, Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, Van Halen, Montrose, a będziecie blisko tego, co grają SOA. Pierwsza wizyta zespołu w Polsce będzie częścią pierwszej światowej trasy kapeli, która – jak zapewnia Mike – jest w tej chwili priorytetem dla wszystkich muzyków Sons Of Apollo. Sprawdź, jeśli lubisz: Dream Theater, Fates Warning, Led Zeppelin, Kansas, Deep Purple, Van Halen… IHSAHN (Norwegia) black metal, awangardowy metal, progresywny metal: Vegard Sverre Tveitan, norweski kompozytor i multiinstrumentalista, którego świat metalu zna od ponad 25 lat pod ksywką Ihsahn, w październiku 2017 roku skończył zaledwie 42 lata, a wydaje się, że obecny jest w naszej, fanów pamięci od niepamiętnych czasów. Wszystko przez to, że źle znosi nudę i jest tytanem pracy oraz wulkanem pomysłów. To Ihsahn w dużym stopniu odpowiada za oderwanie black metalu od sztampy jako główna kreatywna siła legendarnego Emperor. Wraz z małżonką przez kilka lat tworzył w ramach ciekawego tworu pod nazwą Peccatum. Swój wielki talent ujawnił też, chociażby w Thou Shalt Suffer. Pochodzi z małego norweskiego miasteczka Notodden, położonego we wschodniej części jednego z najbogatszych państw świata. Ciekawostka, bliźniaczym miastem Notodden są polskie Suwałki. Od małego Ihsahn przejawiał ogromny talent muzyczny. Dość szybko opanował grę na gitarze i pianinie, a niedługo po tym, zaczął tworzyć własne piosenki. W wieku 13 lat na jego drodze pojawił się Samoth, z którym później stworzył Emperor. Zespół, który na trwałe zmienił oblicze black metalu. Rozpad Emperor spowodował, że Ishahn z powodzeniem zaczął tworzyć muzykę na własny rachunek. Muzykę, łączącą w sobie wiele elementów, jako że Norweg czerpie inspiracje z wielu źródeł, nie wyłączając nawet techno. Od połowy pierwszej dekady XXI wieku na koncie Ihsahna jest sześć solowych studyjnych płyt, z których ostatnią, znakomicie ocenioną "Arktis.", będzie promować w Polsce. Gościnnie pojawił się na niej Matt Heafy z Trivium, a także Jorgen Munkeby z Shining. Sprawdź, jeśli lubisz: Emperor, Peccatum, Devin Townsend Project, Arcturus, Leprous, Borknagar, Enslaved… Zagrają: SONS OF APOLLO (USA) progresywny metal + Ihsahn (Norwegia) black metal, awangardowy metal, progresywny metal Kiedy: 18 sierpnia (sobota) 2018 Gdzie: Warszawa @ Park Sowińskiego, ul. Elekcyjna 17 Bilety: - Organizator: Knock Out Productions Zaprasza Knock Out Productions
    15:30
    City Park, Warsaw, Poland
  • 18 August
    Anathema (UK) ( Prog In Park II / 18 VIII / Warszawa ) Knock Out Productions z ogromną radością prezentuje drugą edycję festiwalu Prog In Park w Warszawie! Koncert odbędzie się 18 sierpnia 2018 roku w warszawskim Parku Sowińskiego. Jako headliner wystąpi brytyjska grupa Anathema, której ostatni album „The Optimist” został uznany za „Album Roku” podczas Progressive Music Awards. Warto w tym miejscu również wspomnieć, że w Polsce płyta dotarła do wysokiego, siódmego miejsca notowania OLiS. Do wcześniej ogłoszonych Sons Of Apollo oraz Ihsahn dołączają również Leprous oraz Postcards From Arkham. ANATHEMA (Wielka Brytania) atmosferyczny rock, rock progresywny, rock alternatywny: Anathema zbliża się do 30 roku istnienia. Trzecia dekada na scenie stuknie jej w 2020 roku. Kiedy wiele zespołów z takim stażem jedynie odcina kupony od minionej sławy, desperacko stara się utrzymać na powierzchni, powstała w 1990 roku w Liverpoolu kapela przeżywa swoje najwspanialsze chwile i jest w formie tak dobrej, jak nigdy wcześniej. Jedenasta płyta Anathemy, "The Optimist" (2017), została uznana za "Album Roku" podczas Progressive Music Awards, a na liście OLIS dotarła do wysokiej siódmej pozycji. To mówi wiele. W Polsce Anathema cieszy się ogromną estymą fanów, którzy licznie pojawiają się na wszystkich koncertach Anglików. Od lat nie ma trasy Brytyjczyków, która nie zahaczyłaby o Polskę. Zaczynali od doom metalu pożenionego z death metalem, ale w drugiej połowie lat 90. XX wieku odbyli podróż do łagodniejszej krainy dźwięków, którą eksplorują do tej pory. Bliżej dziś Anathemie do Pink Floyd i solowego Davida Gilmoura oraz Katatonii niż wczesnego Paradise Lost. Ich obecna muzyka to mnóstwo emocji, piękne pejzaże malowane długimi dźwiękami, klimaty niczym z filmów oraz przejmujące historie w tekstach. Oraz to, za co fani Anathemę uwielbiają, całkowita szczerość i pasja, bijące z każdego wydawnictwa. Bracia Cavanagh dbają też o to, aby być blisko fanów, czuć ich wsparcie, bo dzięki nim mogli zajść tak daleko, jak zaszli w minionych kilku latach. Sprawdź, jeśli lubisz: Katatonia, Pink Floyd, Lunatic Soul, Riverside, The Gathering, Tiamat… SONS OF APOLLO (USA) progresywny metal: Apollo to starożytny bóg między innymi muzyki i poezji, słynący również z wielkiej urody. Powstały w 2017 roku w Stanach Zjednoczonych zespół Sons Of Apollo to aż pięciu bogów muzycznych, obecnych na scenie od kilku dziesięcioleci, mających ogromny dorobek nagraniowy i koncertowy. Wokalnym Synem Apolla jest fantastyczny Jeff Scott Soto. Jako młodzian dał się poznać dzięki współpracy z Yngwie Malmsteenem, wówczas również młodziana, a potem jego mocny, niski głos można było podziwiać między innym w Journey, Talisman, Trans-Siberian Orchestra i wielu innych. Dereka Sheriniana znamy doskonale z Dream Theater, a także ze współpracy z Alice Cooperem czy Black Country Communion. Przez lata jedną z sił napędowych Dream Theater był perkusista Mike Portnoy. Po odejściu z formacji imał się przeróżnych ciekawych zajęć, chociażby wspierał na trasie legendarny zespół Twisted Sister. Wirtuoz basu, Billy Sheehan, ma w portfolio pewnie coś koło setki kolaboracji, w tym Mr. Big, z którym zdobył szczyt listy "Billboardu", UFO, Davida Lee Rotha, G3, Niacin, Talas. Ostatnim z Synów Apolla jest równie kapitalny gitarzysta, co człowiek, wielokrotnie goszczący w Polsce Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal, kilkanaście lat będący muzykiem Guns N' Roses. Ten mistrzowski skład postanowił stworzyć muzykę, będącą bliską wszystkim muzykom ze składu – świetny technicznie, lecz nieprzekombinowany progresywny metal, z przebijającymi tu i ówdzie elementami heavy metalu i hard rocka, oparty na wspaniałych melodiach i harmoniach. Tacy wyjadacze pracują szybko, więc zaledwie parę miesięcy po powstaniu Sons Of Apollo gotowa była debiutancka płyta "Psychotic Symphony", która światło dzienne ujrzała w październiku 2017 roku. Brzmienie to efekt pracy The Del Fuvio Brothers, jak określani są już od czasów Dream Theater Portnoy i Sherinian. Powstało dziewięć kompozycji, nowocześnie progmetalowych, jednakowoż mających w sobie również ducha muzyki progresywnej z lat 70. Bliskiej każdemu z Synów Apolla. Wirtuozerię i ducha łobuzerskiego rock and rolla. Wyobraźcie sobie połączenie dokonań Fates Warning, Dream Theater, Deadsoul Tribe, Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, Van Halen, Montrose, a będziecie blisko tego, co grają SOA. Pierwsza wizyta zespołu w Polsce będzie częścią pierwszej światowej trasy kapeli, która – jak zapewnia Mike – jest w tej chwili priorytetem dla wszystkich muzyków Sons Of Apollo. Sprawdź, jeśli lubisz: Dream Theater, Fates Warning, Led Zeppelin, Kansas, Deep Purple, Van Halen… IHSAHN (Norwegia) black metal, awangardowy metal, progresywny metal: Vegard Sverre Tveitan, norweski kompozytor i multiinstrumentalista, którego świat metalu zna od ponad 25 lat pod ksywką Ihsahn, w październiku 2017 roku skończył zaledwie 42 lata, a wydaje się, że obecny jest w naszej, fanów pamięci od niepamiętnych czasów. Wszystko przez to, że źle znosi nudę i jest tytanem pracy oraz wulkanem pomysłów. To Ihsahn w dużym stopniu odpowiada za oderwanie black metalu od sztampy jako główna kreatywna siła legendarnego Emperor. Wraz z małżonką przez kilka lat tworzył w ramach ciekawego tworu pod nazwą Peccatum. Swój wielki talent ujawnił też, chociażby w Thou Shalt Suffer. Pochodzi z małego norweskiego miasteczka Notodden, położonego we wschodniej części jednego z najbogatszych państw świata. Ciekawostka, bliźniaczym miastem Notodden są polskie Suwałki. Od małego Ihsahn przejawiał ogromny talent muzyczny. Dość szybko opanował grę na gitarze i pianinie, a niedługo po tym, zaczął tworzyć własne piosenki. W wieku 13 lat na jego drodze pojawił się Samoth, z którym później stworzył Emperor. Zespół, który na trwałe zmienił oblicze black metalu. Rozpad Emperor spowodował, że Ishahn z powodzeniem zaczął tworzyć muzykę na własny rachunek. Muzykę, łączącą w sobie wiele elementów, jako że Norweg czerpie inspiracje z wielu źródeł, nie wyłączając nawet techno. Od połowy pierwszej dekady XXI wieku na koncie Ihsahna jest sześć solowych studyjnych płyt, z których ostatnią, znakomicie ocenioną "Arktis.", będzie promować w Polsce. Gościnnie pojawił się na niej Matt Heafy z Trivium, a także Jorgen Munkeby z Shining. Sprawdź, jeśli lubisz: Emperor, Peccatum, Devin Townsend Project, Arcturus, Leprous, Borknagar, Enslaved… LEPROUS (Norwegia) progmetal: Pochodzą z tego samego miasta, co jedna z gwiazd "Prog In Park", Ihsahn. Z legendarnym muzykiem Emperor większość Leprous nie raz stała na scenie, wspierając go podczas tras koncertowych. Z Ihsahnem łączą kwintet jeszcze fantastyczne umiejętności muzyczne i niebanalne pomysły na kompozycje. Dzięki nim Leprous jest dziś w czołówce zespołów, które należą do nurtu progmetalowego. Aczkolwiek w przypadku Norwegów określenie to jest z całą pewnością niewystarczające. Choć wyraźnie słyszalne są w muzyce Leprous klimaty progmetalowe, norweska formacja bynajmniej nie trzyma się kurczowo tej stylistyki. Wprost przeciwnie. Czerpie również z metalu, symfonicznego rocka, jego alternatywnej odmiany, a wokal Einara Solberga, szczególnie na doskonałej ostatniej studyjnej płycie "Malina", zapewne wielu skojarzy z tym, jak śpiewa Thom Yorke z Radiohead. Jest tu też trochę pięknych orkiestracji, świetnej, ilustracyjnej elektroniki i jeszcze wiele, wiele więcej kolorów. To sprawia, że słuchanie Leprous jest niczym pasjonująca podróż przez krainę, którą niby znamy, ale która w ostatnim czasie doznała interesujących zmian w krajobrazie. "Malina" to pierwsze dzieło Norwegów (piąte studyjne w ogóle), które opiera się wyłącznie na czystych wokalach i pierwsze, na którym słychać grę nowego gitarzysty, Robina Ognedala. Sprawdź, jeśli lubisz: Periphery, Opeth, Pain Of Salvation, Atrox, Arcturus, Porcupine Tree, Radiohead, Tesseract… POSTCARDS FROM ARKHAM (Czechy) atmosferyczny rock, post rock, post black metal: Czechy plus Howard Phillips Lovecraft, plus metal równa się Postcards From Arkham. Właśnie u naszych południowych sąsiadów, w położonym niedaleko od polskiej granicy Hawirzowie, Marek "Frodys" Pytlik założył tak nazywającą się formację. Inspirowana twórczością genialnego pisarza, muzyką filmową, post rockiem i post black metalem czeska formacja, tworzy muzykę, w której jest miejsce zarówno na mnóstwo przestrzeni, jak i momenty bardzo brutalne. Do tej pory na koncie Postcards From Akrham, który już parokrotnie grał w Polsce, są trzy pełnowymiarowe albumy. Ostatni, "Manta", ukazał się w sierpniu 2017 roku, a promował go wideoklip do mistycznej i jednocześnie brutalnej piosenki "The Kvlt Ov Dream". Sprawdźcie, bo warto. Zarówno album, jak i teledysk. Sprawdź, jeśli lubisz: God Is An Astronaut, If These Trees Could Talk, Maybeshewill, Deafheaven, Porcupine Tree… Zagrają: ANATHEMA (Wielka Brytania) atmosferyczny rock, rock progresywny, rock alternatywny + Sons Of Apollo (USA) progresywny metal Ihsahn (Norwegia) black metal, awangardowy metal, progresywny metal Leprous (Norwegia) progmetal Postcards From Arkham (Czechy) atmosferyczny rock, post rock, post black metal Kiedy: 18 sierpnia (sobota) 2018 Gdzie: Warszawa @ Park Sowińskiego, ul. Elekcyjna 17 Bilety: 185 zł – przedsprzedaż, 200 zł – w dniu koncertu Organizator: Knock Out Productions Bilety na koncert dostępne na (druki kolekcjonerskie) od 14.12.2017. Zaprasza Knock Out Productions
    15:30
    City Park, Warsaw, Poland
  • 18 August
    Blaze Bayley ( Blaze Bayley at Sabaton Open Air 2018 ) At Sabaton Open Air Festival 2018 Playing on the Saturday, 18th August, on the Bandit stage at 4.30pm Announcement here -open-air-festival/
    16:30
    City Park, Falun, Sweden
  • 18 August
    Lamb Of God ( Slayer: Farewell Tour ) 107.9 KBPI presents Slayer Lamb of God Anthrax Testament Napalm Death Local pre sale: Thurs March 8 10a-10p MT *Click interested for password* On sale: Friday March 9 10a MT Doors: 4PM Show: 5PM End times subject to change
    17:00
    City Park, Greenwood Village, United States
  • 18 August
    Lamb Of God ( Slayer ) 107.9 KBPI Presents SLAYER with Lamb Of God, Anthrax, Testament, Napalm Death SAT, 18 AUG 2018 at 05:00PM MDT Ages: All Ages Doors Open: 04:00PM OnSale: Fri, 9 Mar 2018 at 10:00AM MST Announcement: Mon, 5 Mar 2018 at 08:00AM MST Slayer, the long-reigning titans of thrash, returns with Repentless, the band’s 11th studio album and its first album for Nuclear Blast. Produced by Terry Date, Repentless was written and recorded by guitarist Kerry King and singer/bassist Tom Araya at Henson Studios in Los Angeles, along with returning drummer Paul Bostaph and guitarist Gary Holt. Repentless is crushing and brutal, steadfastly refusing to cater to the mainstream. Thirty-four years into its career, Slayer remains the preeminent punk-thrash band that helped establish the genre and that up-and-coming metal heads continue to revere and emulate. Slayer is a five-time nominated, two-time Grammy Award-winning metal juggernaut that writes songs which mirror the turmoil and aberrations of our society. Repentless, the band’s first new album in six years, continues the Slaytanic offensive with a twelve-song, blood-shaking sonic attack. Repentless is dark, fast, aggressive and without mercy. It was also the most challenging record Slayer has ever had to make. In 2013 the world mourned the loss of guitarist Jeff Hanneman who died from complications following a two-year illness. A co-founder of Slayer, losing Jeff was very difficult for the band. During Jeff’s illness, friend of the band, guitarist Holt stepped in to help out on tour with Jeff’s blessing and stayed on. Around that time, drummer Dave Lombardo exited the band for the third time and Paul Bostaph, (who played with the band from 1992 – 2001), returned to take over the throne. Slayer never skipped a beat and since Holt and Bostaph both played in Exodus, it was all-in-the-thrash-family. But it didn’t come easily. As guitarist and Slayer co-founder Kerry King puts it, “I remember the day that Jeff died. It was the day of the Revolver Golden Gods Awards. We knew he’d been sick but nobody expected it to be so quick. I assumed I’d be able to go out there and see him after I got done with whatever business I had to do and that day never came. “We went out and toured afterwards to see how we felt about it. That’s what you do as a musician: you either go out and tour or you stop working. Even though we’d been touring for two years without Jeff, thinking he was going to come back, now there was finality to it. And the thing with Gary was that we were all friends. Exodus was the first band we’d ever met that became our friends immediately and we stayed friends throughout the years. Gary is just a guitar dynamo and he was the guy.” Tom Araya agrees. “Jeff would want us to continue. I’d think that if something were to happen to someone else in the band, whoever it was would feel the same way. Just get on with it. Gary’s a friend, a friend of Jeff’s, he knew what was going on and he wanted to help in any way he could, so Gary made Slayer a comfortable place to be. Having Paul back was also a comforting feeling. He’s a former member and that’s the best thing about it. It wasn’t some other guy. Having Paul and Gary made everything a little easier to handle. It’s about the band. Slayer was a big thing for Jeff, and so I’m looking at it in that sense. It was his baby, too. And we hope we’ve done Slayer and him justice.” King said that Slayer still had to test the water. “Now we were out to see if it made sense to continue, to see if we liked it, to see if the band still enjoyed it. And the way I looked at it was: if it wasn’t this, it was going to be something that sounded exactly like this, so why not continue doing this? It’s super-potent. We’re really tight right now and we’re stoked that we’re still doing it. Once we had that under our belts we started thinking about a record and never looked back.” After two decades with American Recordings, Slayer found a new home with Nuclear Blast, the German independent label known for its metal roster. King is enthusiastic about the move, “I like it,” he declares, stressing the work like. “Having been with American for so long we wanted to give them first right of refusal because that’s how we are. I think continuity is far stronger than switching all the time. But at the end of the day, Nuclear Blast made us a great offer and so it was time to move on. At Nuclear Blast, people go to work, they do their job, get paid and they fuckin’ like it. All hands. So it was the right choice.” When the time came, Slayer entered the studio with producer Terry Date. Date is the first producer the band has worked with since leaving American, where all their albums were produced or executive produced by Rick Rubin. On working with Date, Tom says, “He’d done all these great albums – Soundgarden, Pantera – and as a singer I need someone I respect who can tell me whether he likes it or not as opposed to telling me how to do something I’ve been doing for 30 years. He would guide me. That’s why I really liked working with him, because he was so cool. I regard him as a friend, for sure.” Kerry adds, “It was as business as usual as it could be. The oddest thing for me was Jeff’s presence… not being there. When we were recording, in the past, whether he played or not, having him there and having his opinion and stuff like that: that was what I missed. Jeff’s not being there was the oddest thing.” Gary Holt came on board to help out with tour commitments when Jeff first became ill. “My role in Slayer started out as a tour and happened to come when I was taking time off from Exodus and I spoke to Kerry who asked if I could help out. I went down to rehearsal and Jeff showed me some things. I’ve known Jeff forever but it wasn’t until his memorial that I learned how much of his blessing I really had. At the end of the day, we all wanted Jeff to come back and then tragedy struck; so here we are five years later and Repentless is coming out and I think Jeff would have loved it. I’m super-excited. It’s a good feeling and I know it’s got to be a great feeling for Tom and Kerry for all the work they’ve done- and Paul as well. Everybody's excited. Repentless marks the return of drummer Paul Bostaph, who was extremely enthusiastic. “Before I was in the band I was a fan and just because I’m the drummer doesn’t mean I stop being a fan: it just means my tickets are cheaper. After I left in 2002 I never thought I’d be sitting on the drum throne with the band again. This particular style of music delivers something for me, musically and physically, that’s challenging and exciting. I feel better as a player and I’m more mature and the band is maturing and getting better, like fine wine. It feels natural to be back and it’s good to be back with Kerry and Tom. The San Francisco Bay-area metal scene is very tight knit: everybody knows everybody. I consider Slayer to be part of that even though they’re from Southern California. Gary I played together in Exodus and he’s amazing – one of the godfathers of thrash with Exodus – so it’s like coming home for me. And we’re having fun and I think if we weren’t having fun we wouldn’t be doing this.” Repentless marks a number of transitions for the band but with their undisputed attitude, Slayer emerges triumphant, says Tom. “After 35 years, the thing that Kerry and I share is our dedication to the band, and Jeff’s included in that. It’s the same with Gary. He’s been doing this a long time and he’s had the same commitment. It’s a common bond we share with a lot of musicians out there. I’m really excited about the new album, we’ve put a lot of work into it, Kerry especially, and it was all for Slayer.” Repentless is loaded with sensational songs, from the hyper-aggressive metallic blasts of the title track, “Take Control”, “Implode” and “Atrocity Vendor” to the ferocious thrash pounding of “Vices” “When The Stillness Comes” and “Pride In Prejudice” the album is Slayer through and through. For Paul Bostaph it’s simple: “The songs are awesome.” Tom puts it bluntly, “This is definitely Slayer. No one will be disappointed with what we’ve done.” For Kerry King, the feeling is mutual. “Musically for me – it’s certainly not an “I told ya so” because Jeff’s not a part of it – but I do know that a lot of people assumed Slayer’s not going to be functional with Dave not being here and Jeff never being here again. But we did it and it fuckin’ sounds like Slayer – period.” Slayer's place in music history is secure as one of The Big Four (alongside Metallica, Megadeth and Anthrax): they helped define the thrash-metal genre. With Repentless Kerry, Tom, Paul and Gary affirm that Slayer is unstoppable. Slayer continues fearlessly, aggressively and without contrition; and most importantly, fucking Slayer still rules!
    17:00
    City Park, Greenwood Village, United States
  • 18 August
    Napalm Death ( Slayer: Farewell Tour ) 107.9 KBPI presents Slayer Lamb of God Anthrax Testament Napalm Death Local pre sale: Thurs March 8 10a-10p MT *Click interested for password* On sale: Friday March 9 10a MT Doors: 4PM Show: 5PM End times subject to change
    17:00
    City Park, Greenwood Village, United States
  • 18 August
    Testament ( Slayer ) 107.9 KBPI Presents SLAYER with Lamb Of God, Anthrax, Testament, Napalm Death SAT, 18 AUG 2018 at 05:00PM MDT Ages: All Ages Doors Open: 04:00PM OnSale: Fri, 9 Mar 2018 at 10:00AM MST Announcement: Mon, 5 Mar 2018 at 08:00AM MST Slayer, the long-reigning titans of thrash, returns with Repentless, the band’s 11th studio album and its first album for Nuclear Blast. Produced by Terry Date, Repentless was written and recorded by guitarist Kerry King and singer/bassist Tom Araya at Henson Studios in Los Angeles, along with returning drummer Paul Bostaph and guitarist Gary Holt. Repentless is crushing and brutal, steadfastly refusing to cater to the mainstream. Thirty-four years into its career, Slayer remains the preeminent punk-thrash band that helped establish the genre and that up-and-coming metal heads continue to revere and emulate. Slayer is a five-time nominated, two-time Grammy Award-winning metal juggernaut that writes songs which mirror the turmoil and aberrations of our society. Repentless, the band’s first new album in six years, continues the Slaytanic offensive with a twelve-song, blood-shaking sonic attack. Repentless is dark, fast, aggressive and without mercy. It was also the most challenging record Slayer has ever had to make. In 2013 the world mourned the loss of guitarist Jeff Hanneman who died from complications following a two-year illness. A co-founder of Slayer, losing Jeff was very difficult for the band. During Jeff’s illness, friend of the band, guitarist Holt stepped in to help out on tour with Jeff’s blessing and stayed on. Around that time, drummer Dave Lombardo exited the band for the third time and Paul Bostaph, (who played with the band from 1992 – 2001), returned to take over the throne. Slayer never skipped a beat and since Holt and Bostaph both played in Exodus, it was all-in-the-thrash-family. But it didn’t come easily. As guitarist and Slayer co-founder Kerry King puts it, “I remember the day that Jeff died. It was the day of the Revolver Golden Gods Awards. We knew he’d been sick but nobody expected it to be so quick. I assumed I’d be able to go out there and see him after I got done with whatever business I had to do and that day never came. “We went out and toured afterwards to see how we felt about it. That’s what you do as a musician: you either go out and tour or you stop working. Even though we’d been touring for two years without Jeff, thinking he was going to come back, now there was finality to it. And the thing with Gary was that we were all friends. Exodus was the first band we’d ever met that became our friends immediately and we stayed friends throughout the years. Gary is just a guitar dynamo and he was the guy.” Tom Araya agrees. “Jeff would want us to continue. I’d think that if something were to happen to someone else in the band, whoever it was would feel the same way. Just get on with it. Gary’s a friend, a friend of Jeff’s, he knew what was going on and he wanted to help in any way he could, so Gary made Slayer a comfortable place to be. Having Paul back was also a comforting feeling. He’s a former member and that’s the best thing about it. It wasn’t some other guy. Having Paul and Gary made everything a little easier to handle. It’s about the band. Slayer was a big thing for Jeff, and so I’m looking at it in that sense. It was his baby, too. And we hope we’ve done Slayer and him justice.” King said that Slayer still had to test the water. “Now we were out to see if it made sense to continue, to see if we liked it, to see if the band still enjoyed it. And the way I looked at it was: if it wasn’t this, it was going to be something that sounded exactly like this, so why not continue doing this? It’s super-potent. We’re really tight right now and we’re stoked that we’re still doing it. Once we had that under our belts we started thinking about a record and never looked back.” After two decades with American Recordings, Slayer found a new home with Nuclear Blast, the German independent label known for its metal roster. King is enthusiastic about the move, “I like it,” he declares, stressing the work like. “Having been with American for so long we wanted to give them first right of refusal because that’s how we are. I think continuity is far stronger than switching all the time. But at the end of the day, Nuclear Blast made us a great offer and so it was time to move on. At Nuclear Blast, people go to work, they do their job, get paid and they fuckin’ like it. All hands. So it was the right choice.” When the time came, Slayer entered the studio with producer Terry Date. Date is the first producer the band has worked with since leaving American, where all their albums were produced or executive produced by Rick Rubin. On working with Date, Tom says, “He’d done all these great albums – Soundgarden, Pantera – and as a singer I need someone I respect who can tell me whether he likes it or not as opposed to telling me how to do something I’ve been doing for 30 years. He would guide me. That’s why I really liked working with him, because he was so cool. I regard him as a friend, for sure.” Kerry adds, “It was as business as usual as it could be. The oddest thing for me was Jeff’s presence… not being there. When we were recording, in the past, whether he played or not, having him there and having his opinion and stuff like that: that was what I missed. Jeff’s not being there was the oddest thing.” Gary Holt came on board to help out with tour commitments when Jeff first became ill. “My role in Slayer started out as a tour and happened to come when I was taking time off from Exodus and I spoke to Kerry who asked if I could help out. I went down to rehearsal and Jeff showed me some things. I’ve known Jeff forever but it wasn’t until his memorial that I learned how much of his blessing I really had. At the end of the day, we all wanted Jeff to come back and then tragedy struck; so here we are five years later and Repentless is coming out and I think Jeff would have loved it. I’m super-excited. It’s a good feeling and I know it’s got to be a great feeling for Tom and Kerry for all the work they’ve done- and Paul as well. Everybody's excited. Repentless marks the return of drummer Paul Bostaph, who was extremely enthusiastic. “Before I was in the band I was a fan and just because I’m the drummer doesn’t mean I stop being a fan: it just means my tickets are cheaper. After I left in 2002 I never thought I’d be sitting on the drum throne with the band again. This particular style of music delivers something for me, musically and physically, that’s challenging and exciting. I feel better as a player and I’m more mature and the band is maturing and getting better, like fine wine. It feels natural to be back and it’s good to be back with Kerry and Tom. The San Francisco Bay-area metal scene is very tight knit: everybody knows everybody. I consider Slayer to be part of that even though they’re from Southern California. Gary I played together in Exodus and he’s amazing – one of the godfathers of thrash with Exodus – so it’s like coming home for me. And we’re having fun and I think if we weren’t having fun we wouldn’t be doing this.” Repentless marks a number of transitions for the band but with their undisputed attitude, Slayer emerges triumphant, says Tom. “After 35 years, the thing that Kerry and I share is our dedication to the band, and Jeff’s included in that. It’s the same with Gary. He’s been doing this a long time and he’s had the same commitment. It’s a common bond we share with a lot of musicians out there. I’m really excited about the new album, we’ve put a lot of work into it, Kerry especially, and it was all for Slayer.” Repentless is loaded with sensational songs, from the hyper-aggressive metallic blasts of the title track, “Take Control”, “Implode” and “Atrocity Vendor” to the ferocious thrash pounding of “Vices” “When The Stillness Comes” and “Pride In Prejudice” the album is Slayer through and through. For Paul Bostaph it’s simple: “The songs are awesome.” Tom puts it bluntly, “This is definitely Slayer. No one will be disappointed with what we’ve done.” For Kerry King, the feeling is mutual. “Musically for me – it’s certainly not an “I told ya so” because Jeff’s not a part of it – but I do know that a lot of people assumed Slayer’s not going to be functional with Dave not being here and Jeff never being here again. But we did it and it fuckin’ sounds like Slayer – period.” Slayer's place in music history is secure as one of The Big Four (alongside Metallica, Megadeth and Anthrax): they helped define the thrash-metal genre. With Repentless Kerry, Tom, Paul and Gary affirm that Slayer is unstoppable. Slayer continues fearlessly, aggressively and without contrition; and most importantly, fucking Slayer still rules!
    17:00
    City Park, Greenwood Village, United States
  • 18 August
    Apocalyptica ( VARNA MEGA ROCK - 18 & 19 August - Port of Varna, Bulgaria ) Горди сме да ви поканим най-големия РОК ФЕСТИВАЛ за 2018г. в град Варна: - ВАРНА МЕГА РОК! - Дати: 18 и 19 август Местоположение: Пристанище Варна Изпълнителите 18 Aвгуст Krossfire (Bulgaria) Кикимора TBA Glenn Hughes & Б.Т.Р. 19 Aвгуст Bendida Конкурент Apocalyptica Nightwish - Глен е поканен от добрия си приятел Цонко Цонев да изпълнява ролята на гост певец и да даде старт на началото фестивала "Варна Мега Рок", заедно с българската рок група БТР на пристанище Варна, България на 18 август 2018г.Това е нов фестивал, организиран от Цонко - човекът, отговорен за въвеждането на толкова много велики групи във Варненския регион през годините. Глен каза: "Много съм развълнуван, че се връщам в България, след дълго отсъствие и очаквам с нетърпение да видя скъпият ми приятел Цонко, момчетата от Б.Т.Р и разбира се всички страхотни фенове в България. Точно преди рождения ми ден-това ще бъде празник! Пожелавам на Цонко много успех, с това ново събитие и съм горд да бъда поканен, като специален гост, който да оглави първия ден на този нов фестивал". Билети: -mega-rock-barna-pristanie-morska-gara-486127/event.html Очаквайте още информация относно събитието! We're proud to present you the Greatest Rock Festival for 2018 in Varna, Bulgaria: VARNA MEGA ROCK! Dates: 18 & 19 August Location: Port of Varna Headliners: 18 August: Glenn Hughes 19 August: Apocalyptica & Nightwish - Glenn has been invited by his good friend Tsonko Tsonev to perform as a guest singer with Bulgarian rock band B.T.R as the headline performance at Varna Mega Rock Festival, Port of Varna, Varna, Bulgaria on August 18th 2018. This is a new festival organised by Tsonko, the man responsible for bringing so many great bands to the Varna region of Bulgaria over the years, including Glenn on many occasions. Glenn said: ‘’I am very excited to be going back to Bulgaria after a long absence, and I’m looking forward to seeing my dear friend Tsonko, the guys from B.T.R and of course all the beautiful fans in Bulgaria. It’s just before my birthday so it’ll be a celebration. I wish Tsonko all success with this new event and I’m proud to be invited as a special guest to headline the first day of this new festival’’. Tickets: -mega-rock-barna-pristanie-morska-gara-486127/event.html Further festival information is coming soon!
    17:00
    City Park, Varna, Bulgaria
  • 18 August
    Kamelot ( VARNA MEGA ROCK - 18 & 19 August - Port of Varna, Bulgaria ) Горди сме да ви поканим най-големия РОК ФЕСТИВАЛ за 2018г. в град Варна: - ВАРНА МЕГА РОК! - Дати: 18 и 19 август Местоположение: Пристанище Варна Изпълнителите 18 Aвгуст Krossfire (Bulgaria) Кикимора KAMELOT Glenn Hughes & Б.Т.Р. 19 Aвгуст Bendida Конкурент Apocalyptica Nightwish - Глен е поканен от добрия си приятел Цонко Цонев да изпълнява ролята на гост певец и да даде старт на началото фестивала "Варна Мега Рок", заедно с българската рок група БТР на пристанище Варна, България на 18 август 2018г.Това е нов фестивал, организиран от Цонко - човекът, отговорен за въвеждането на толкова много велики групи във Варненския регион през годините. Глен каза: "Много съм развълнуван, че се връщам в България, след дълго отсъствие и очаквам с нетърпение да видя скъпият ми приятел Цонко, момчетата от Б.Т.Р и разбира се всички страхотни фенове в България. Точно преди рождения ми ден-това ще бъде празник! Пожелавам на Цонко много успех, с това ново събитие и съм горд да бъда поканен, като специален гост, който да оглави първия ден на този нов фестивал". Билети: -mega-rock-barna-pristanie-morska-gara-486127/event.html Очаквайте още информация относно събитието! We're proud to present you the Greatest Rock Festival for 2018 in Varna, Bulgaria: VARNA MEGA ROCK! Dates: 18 & 19 August Location: Port of Varna Performers: August 18th Krossfire (Bulgaria) Kikimora KAMELOT Glenn Hughes & B.T.R. August 19th Bendida Konkurent Apocalyptica Nightwish - Glenn has been invited by his good friend Tsonko Tsonev to perform as a guest singer with Bulgarian rock band B.T.R as the headline performance at Varna Mega Rock Festival, Port of Varna, Varna, Bulgaria on August 18th 2018. This is a new festival organised by Tsonko, the man responsible for bringing so many great bands to the Varna region of Bulgaria over the years, including Glenn on many occasions. Glenn said: ‘’I am very excited to be going back to Bulgaria after a long absence, and I’m looking forward to seeing my dear friend Tsonko, the guys from B.T.R and of course all the beautiful fans in Bulgaria. It’s just before my birthday so it’ll be a celebration. I wish Tsonko all success with this new event and I’m proud to be invited as a special guest to headline the first day of this new festival’’. Tickets: -mega-rock-barna-pristanie-morska-gara-486127/event.html Further festival information is coming soon!
    17:00
    City Park, Varna, Bulgaria
  • 18 August
    Anthrax ( Slayer: Farewell Tour ) 107.9 KBPI presents Slayer Lamb of God Anthrax Testament Napalm Death Local pre sale: Thurs March 8 10a-10p MT *Click interested for password* On sale: Friday March 9 10a MT Doors: 4PM Show: 5PM End times subject to change
    17:00
    City Park, Greenwood Village, United States
  • 18 August
    Anthrax ( Slayer ) 107.9 KBPI Presents SLAYER with Lamb Of God, Anthrax, Testament, Napalm Death SAT, 18 AUG 2018 at 05:00PM MDT Ages: All Ages Doors Open: 04:00PM OnSale: Fri, 9 Mar 2018 at 10:00AM MST Announcement: Mon, 5 Mar 2018 at 08:00AM MST Slayer, the long-reigning titans of thrash, returns with Repentless, the band’s 11th studio album and its first album for Nuclear Blast. Produced by Terry Date, Repentless was written and recorded by guitarist Kerry King and singer/bassist Tom Araya at Henson Studios in Los Angeles, along with returning drummer Paul Bostaph and guitarist Gary Holt. Repentless is crushing and brutal, steadfastly refusing to cater to the mainstream. Thirty-four years into its career, Slayer remains the preeminent punk-thrash band that helped establish the genre and that up-and-coming metal heads continue to revere and emulate. Slayer is a five-time nominated, two-time Grammy Award-winning metal juggernaut that writes songs which mirror the turmoil and aberrations of our society. Repentless, the band’s first new album in six years, continues the Slaytanic offensive with a twelve-song, blood-shaking sonic attack. Repentless is dark, fast, aggressive and without mercy. It was also the most challenging record Slayer has ever had to make. In 2013 the world mourned the loss of guitarist Jeff Hanneman who died from complications following a two-year illness. A co-founder of Slayer, losing Jeff was very difficult for the band. During Jeff’s illness, friend of the band, guitarist Holt stepped in to help out on tour with Jeff’s blessing and stayed on. Around that time, drummer Dave Lombardo exited the band for the third time and Paul Bostaph, (who played with the band from 1992 – 2001), returned to take over the throne. Slayer never skipped a beat and since Holt and Bostaph both played in Exodus, it was all-in-the-thrash-family. But it didn’t come easily. As guitarist and Slayer co-founder Kerry King puts it, “I remember the day that Jeff died. It was the day of the Revolver Golden Gods Awards. We knew he’d been sick but nobody expected it to be so quick. I assumed I’d be able to go out there and see him after I got done with whatever business I had to do and that day never came. “We went out and toured afterwards to see how we felt about it. That’s what you do as a musician: you either go out and tour or you stop working. Even though we’d been touring for two years without Jeff, thinking he was going to come back, now there was finality to it. And the thing with Gary was that we were all friends. Exodus was the first band we’d ever met that became our friends immediately and we stayed friends throughout the years. Gary is just a guitar dynamo and he was the guy.” Tom Araya agrees. “Jeff would want us to continue. I’d think that if something were to happen to someone else in the band, whoever it was would feel the same way. Just get on with it. Gary’s a friend, a friend of Jeff’s, he knew what was going on and he wanted to help in any way he could, so Gary made Slayer a comfortable place to be. Having Paul back was also a comforting feeling. He’s a former member and that’s the best thing about it. It wasn’t some other guy. Having Paul and Gary made everything a little easier to handle. It’s about the band. Slayer was a big thing for Jeff, and so I’m looking at it in that sense. It was his baby, too. And we hope we’ve done Slayer and him justice.” King said that Slayer still had to test the water. “Now we were out to see if it made sense to continue, to see if we liked it, to see if the band still enjoyed it. And the way I looked at it was: if it wasn’t this, it was going to be something that sounded exactly like this, so why not continue doing this? It’s super-potent. We’re really tight right now and we’re stoked that we’re still doing it. Once we had that under our belts we started thinking about a record and never looked back.” After two decades with American Recordings, Slayer found a new home with Nuclear Blast, the German independent label known for its metal roster. King is enthusiastic about the move, “I like it,” he declares, stressing the work like. “Having been with American for so long we wanted to give them first right of refusal because that’s how we are. I think continuity is far stronger than switching all the time. But at the end of the day, Nuclear Blast made us a great offer and so it was time to move on. At Nuclear Blast, people go to work, they do their job, get paid and they fuckin’ like it. All hands. So it was the right choice.” When the time came, Slayer entered the studio with producer Terry Date. Date is the first producer the band has worked with since leaving American, where all their albums were produced or executive produced by Rick Rubin. On working with Date, Tom says, “He’d done all these great albums – Soundgarden, Pantera – and as a singer I need someone I respect who can tell me whether he likes it or not as opposed to telling me how to do something I’ve been doing for 30 years. He would guide me. That’s why I really liked working with him, because he was so cool. I regard him as a friend, for sure.” Kerry adds, “It was as business as usual as it could be. The oddest thing for me was Jeff’s presence… not being there. When we were recording, in the past, whether he played or not, having him there and having his opinion and stuff like that: that was what I missed. Jeff’s not being there was the oddest thing.” Gary Holt came on board to help out with tour commitments when Jeff first became ill. “My role in Slayer started out as a tour and happened to come when I was taking time off from Exodus and I spoke to Kerry who asked if I could help out. I went down to rehearsal and Jeff showed me some things. I’ve known Jeff forever but it wasn’t until his memorial that I learned how much of his blessing I really had. At the end of the day, we all wanted Jeff to come back and then tragedy struck; so here we are five years later and Repentless is coming out and I think Jeff would have loved it. I’m super-excited. It’s a good feeling and I know it’s got to be a great feeling for Tom and Kerry for all the work they’ve done- and Paul as well. Everybody's excited. Repentless marks the return of drummer Paul Bostaph, who was extremely enthusiastic. “Before I was in the band I was a fan and just because I’m the drummer doesn’t mean I stop being a fan: it just means my tickets are cheaper. After I left in 2002 I never thought I’d be sitting on the drum throne with the band again. This particular style of music delivers something for me, musically and physically, that’s challenging and exciting. I feel better as a player and I’m more mature and the band is maturing and getting better, like fine wine. It feels natural to be back and it’s good to be back with Kerry and Tom. The San Francisco Bay-area metal scene is very tight knit: everybody knows everybody. I consider Slayer to be part of that even though they’re from Southern California. Gary I played together in Exodus and he’s amazing – one of the godfathers of thrash with Exodus – so it’s like coming home for me. And we’re having fun and I think if we weren’t having fun we wouldn’t be doing this.” Repentless marks a number of transitions for the band but with their undisputed attitude, Slayer emerges triumphant, says Tom. “After 35 years, the thing that Kerry and I share is our dedication to the band, and Jeff’s included in that. It’s the same with Gary. He’s been doing this a long time and he’s had the same commitment. It’s a common bond we share with a lot of musicians out there. I’m really excited about the new album, we’ve put a lot of work into it, Kerry especially, and it was all for Slayer.” Repentless is loaded with sensational songs, from the hyper-aggressive metallic blasts of the title track, “Take Control”, “Implode” and “Atrocity Vendor” to the ferocious thrash pounding of “Vices” “When The Stillness Comes” and “Pride In Prejudice” the album is Slayer through and through. For Paul Bostaph it’s simple: “The songs are awesome.” Tom puts it bluntly, “This is definitely Slayer. No one will be disappointed with what we’ve done.” For Kerry King, the feeling is mutual. “Musically for me – it’s certainly not an “I told ya so” because Jeff’s not a part of it – but I do know that a lot of people assumed Slayer’s not going to be functional with Dave not being here and Jeff never being here again. But we did it and it fuckin’ sounds like Slayer – period.” Slayer's place in music history is secure as one of The Big Four (alongside Metallica, Megadeth and Anthrax): they helped define the thrash-metal genre. With Repentless Kerry, Tom, Paul and Gary affirm that Slayer is unstoppable. Slayer continues fearlessly, aggressively and without contrition; and most importantly, fucking Slayer still rules!
    17:00
    City Park, Greenwood Village, United States
  • 18 August
    Armored Saint ( Armored Saint / Act of Defiance ) Live Nation LA + Spaceland Presents Armored Saint Act Of Defiance Armored Saint announces North American tour, featuring ‘Symbol Of Salvation’ performed live in its entirety!
    19:00
    The Regent, Los Angeles, United States
  • 19 August
    Napalm Death ( Slayer ) Be part of the metal mayhem when Slayer unleashes their Final World Tour with guests Lamb of God, Anthrax, Testament and Napalm Death August 19th at USANA Amphitheatre! Doors: 3:30pm Show: 5:00pm
    15:30
    USANA Amphitheatre, Salt Lake City, United States
  • 19 August
    Anthrax ( Slayer ) Be part of the metal mayhem when Slayer unleashes their Final World Tour with guests Lamb of God, Anthrax, Testament and Napalm Death August 19th at USANA Amphitheatre! Doors: 3:30pm Show: 5:00pm
    15:30
    USANA Amphitheatre, Salt Lake City, United States
  • 19 August
    19:00
    Hamburg, Germany, Hamburg, Germany
  • 21 August
    Lamb Of God ( Slayer ) Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Fri, 11 Sep 2009 at 08:00 PM
    17:00
    City Park, Nampa, United States
  • 21 August
    Lamb Of God ( Slayer at Ford Idaho Center - Amphitheater ) Slayer at Ford Idaho Center - Amphitheater
    17:00
    City Park, Nampa, United States
  • 21 August
    Napalm Death ( Slayer at Ford Idaho Center - Amphitheater ) Slayer at Ford Idaho Center - Amphitheater
    17:00
    City Park, Nampa, United States
  • 21 August
    Testament ( Slayer ) Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Fri, 11 Sep 2009 at 08:00 PM
    17:00
    City Park, Nampa, United States
  • 21 August
    Testament ( Slayer at Ford Idaho Center - Amphitheater ) Slayer at Ford Idaho Center - Amphitheater
    17:00
    City Park, Nampa, United States
  • 21 August
    Anthrax ( Slayer ) Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Fri, 11 Sep 2009 at 08:00 PM
    17:00
    City Park, Nampa, United States
  • 21 August
    Anthrax ( Slayer at Ford Idaho Center - Amphitheater ) Slayer at Ford Idaho Center - Amphitheater
    17:00
    City Park, Nampa, United States
  • 21 August
    Church Of Misery ( Church of Misery with special guests at Brick by Brick ) BxB + Psycho Entertainment presents: CHURCH OF MISERY www.facebook.com/churchofmiserydoom www.churchofmisery.net SPIRIT ADRIFT www.facebook.com/SpiritAdrift www.spiritadrift.com CLOAK www.facebook.com/cloakofficial cloakatlanta.bandcamp.com BLACK MARE www.facebook.com/theblackmare www.theblackmare.com $24 ADV & $30 DOS. 8:00PM, 21+ ONLY. TICKETS AT:
    20:00
    Brick By Brick, San Diego, United States
  • 22 August
    Wardruna ( Wardruna // Bergenhus Fortress - Bastionen ) Ved hjelp av Nordens eldste instrumenter, lyder fra naturen og storslåtte sanger forfattet på norrøne språk, blåser Wardruna nytt liv i en eldgammel nordisk musikktradisjon. Einar Selviks orkester vever et spektakulært, visuelt og vakkert lydbilde som tar deg med inn i Norrøn kultur og visdom. Du hørte dem i TV-serien Vikings! Etter å ha solgt ut to konserter i Håkonshallen i 2016, spiller Wardruna nå sin største konsert på norsk jord på historiske Bergenhus Festning. Dette blir en gigantisk kveld! Mer info: -1/ - - - - - - - - - - - - ENGLISH: The concert takes place in historic surroundings at the idyllic Bergenhus Fortress in Wardruna's hometown. The gates will open at 19.00. Estimated show start is 21.00. Get your tickets through our official ticket partner Ticketmaster. Einar Selvik quotes: "It´s been a few years since we last performed in our hometown Bergen and can´t wait to sing our songs under the open sky, amongst seven mountains and on historical grounds in one of the most beautiful cities in the world!" More info: -1/
    19:00
    City Park, Bergen, Norway
  • 22 August
    Alice In Chains ( Alice in Chains ) ALICE IN CHAINS With guests Wednesday, August 22 QUEEN ELIZABETH THEATRE, Vancouver All Ages / Reserved Seating / General Admission Pit Doors: 7:00pm / Show: 8:00pm Facebook Presale: Thu, March 15 at 10am – 10pm Password: FESTIVAL Public on Sale: Fri, March 16 at 10am Get Tickets: Tickets: $55.00, $69.50, $99.50 (Incl. GST) + s/c -Alice in Chains Online- Website: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: YouTube: Stay up to date with Live Nation! www.livenation.com
    20:00
    City Park, Vancouver, Canada
  • 23 August
    Metal Inquisitor ( 14. Neuborn Open Air Festival / NOAF ) - Sick of it all - Kadavar - Devildriver - Orden Ogan - Deserted Fear - Metal Inquisitor - P.O. Box - Denyal + 7 weitere Youtube:
    00:00
    City Park, Wörrstadt, Germany
  • 23 August
    Orden Ogan ( Baltic Open Air - 2018 ) Vorankündigung - BALTIC OPEN AIR - 2018 Im WIKINGERLAND Haddeby / Schleswig-Holstein !
    12:00
    City Park, Busdorf, Germany
  • 23 August
    Rage (GER) ( Baltic Open Air - 2018 ) Vorankündigung - BALTIC OPEN AIR - 2018 Im WIKINGERLAND Haddeby / Schleswig-Holstein !
    12:00
    City Park, Busdorf, Germany
  • 23 August
    Rage (UK) ( Baltic Open Air - 2018 ) Vorankündigung - BALTIC OPEN AIR - 2018 Im WIKINGERLAND Haddeby / Schleswig-Holstein !
    12:00
    City Park, Busdorf, Germany
  • 23 August
    Rage ( Baltic Open Air - 2018 ) Vorankündigung - BALTIC OPEN AIR - 2018 Im WIKINGERLAND Haddeby / Schleswig-Holstein !
    12:00
    City Park, Busdorf, Germany
  • 23 August
    Odroerir ( Wolfszeit Festival 2018 ) +++ WOLFSZEIT FESTIVAL 2018 +++ Tickets: www.Wolfszeit-Festival.de Das Pagan & Black Metal Open Air 2018! Mit dabei sind WINTERSUN, ABBATH, DIE APOKALYPTISCHEN REITER, MARDUK und viele mehr!
    13:00
    City Park, Crispendorf, Germany
  • 23 August
    Varg (GER-2) ( Wolfszeit Festival 2018 ) +++ WOLFSZEIT FESTIVAL 2018 +++ Tickets: www.Wolfszeit-Festival.de Das Pagan & Black Metal Open Air 2018! Mit dabei sind WINTERSUN, ABBATH, DIE APOKALYPTISCHEN REITER, MARDUK und viele mehr!
    13:00
    City Park, Crispendorf, Germany
  • 23 August
    Farsot ( Wolfszeit Festival 2018 ) +++ WOLFSZEIT FESTIVAL 2018 +++ Tickets: www.Wolfszeit-Festival.de Das Pagan & Black Metal Open Air 2018! Mit dabei sind WINTERSUN, ABBATH, DIE APOKALYPTISCHEN REITER, MARDUK und viele mehr!
    13:00
    City Park, Crispendorf, Germany
  • 23 August
    Au-Dessus ( Wolfszeit Festival 2018 ) +++ WOLFSZEIT FESTIVAL 2018 +++ Tickets: www.Wolfszeit-Festival.de Das Pagan & Black Metal Open Air 2018! Mit dabei sind WINTERSUN, ABBATH, DIE APOKALYPTISCHEN REITER, MARDUK und viele mehr!
    13:00
    City Park, Crispendorf, Germany
  • 23 August
    Wintersun ( Wolfszeit Festival 2018 ) +++ WOLFSZEIT FESTIVAL 2018 +++ Tickets: www.Wolfszeit-Festival.de Das Pagan & Black Metal Open Air 2018! Mit dabei sind WINTERSUN, ABBATH, DIE APOKALYPTISCHEN REITER, MARDUK und viele mehr!
    13:00
    City Park, Crispendorf, Germany
  • 23 August
    Inhume ( Kaltenbach Open Air 2018 ) KALTENBACH OPEN AIR 2018 Round XIII Bands: TSJUDER - Black Metal, NOR BATUSHKA - Black Metal, POL MISERY INDEX - Death Metal, USA ORIGIN - Tech Death Metal, USA GUT - Porngrind, GER DEATHRITE - Death Metal, GER In summer 2018, Kaltenbach Open Air, Austria’s most renowned and legendary Extreme Metal Festival, takes place for the 13th time. Following the event’s tradition, it once again welcomes its visitors in front of the spectacular backdrop of the Styrian Alps nearby the small village of Spital am Semmering. For three days headbangers from far and wide will set the mood and create a unique atmosphere. Not only has the outstandingly impressive location highlighted this festival, but also an annual star-studded billing. From 23 to 25 August 2018 the ground will be shaken by established heavyweights and ambitious newcomers. Do not miss this extraordinary event!
    15:00
    City Park, Spital am Semmering, Austria
  • 23 August
    Kreator ( Baltic Open Air - 2018 ) Vorankündigung - BALTIC OPEN AIR - 2018 Im WIKINGERLAND Haddeby / Schleswig-Holstein !
    15:00
    City Park, Busdorf, Germany
  • 23 August
    Downfall Of Gaia ( Kaltenbach Open Air 2018 ) KALTENBACH OPEN AIR 2018 Round XIII Bands: TSJUDER - Black Metal, NOR BATUSHKA - Black Metal, POL MISERY INDEX - Death Metal, USA ORIGIN - Tech Death Metal, USA DOWNFALL OF GAIA - Sludge Post Black Metal, GER GUT - Porngrind, GER INHUME - Deathgrind, NED DEATHRITE - Death Metal, GER In summer 2018, Kaltenbach Open Air, Austria’s most renowned and legendary Extreme Metal Festival, takes place for the 13th time. Following the event’s tradition, it once again welcomes its visitors in front of the spectacular backdrop of the Styrian Alps nearby the small village of Spital am Semmering. For three days headbangers from far and wide will set the mood and create a unique atmosphere. Not only has the outstandingly impressive location highlighted this festival, but also an annual star-studded billing. From 23 to 25 August 2018 the ground will be shaken by established heavyweights and ambitious newcomers. Do not miss this extraordinary event!
    15:00
    City Park, Spital am Semmering, Austria
  • 23 August
    16:00
    City Park, Andernach, Germany
  • 23 August
    16:00
    City Park, Bergen, Norway
  • 23 August
    Lamb Of God ( Slayer ) Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Fri, 9 Mar 2018 at 12:00 PM Slayer Fan Club Presale & Bundle : Tue, 6 Mar 2018 at 10:00 AM Slayer VIP Package Presale : Tue, 6 Mar 2018 at 10:00 AM Spotify Presale : Wed, 7 Mar 2018 at 07:00 AM Blabbermouth Presale : Wed, 7 Mar 2018 at 07:00 AM Slayer VIP Package Onsale : Fri, 9 Mar 2018 at 12:00 PM
    17:00
    Sunlight Supply Amphitheater, Ridgefield, United States
  • 23 August
    Napalm Death ( Slayer ) Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Fri, 9 Mar 2018 at 12:00 PM Slayer Fan Club Presale & Bundle : Tue, 6 Mar 2018 at 10:00 AM Slayer VIP Package Presale : Tue, 6 Mar 2018 at 10:00 AM Spotify Presale : Wed, 7 Mar 2018 at 07:00 AM Blabbermouth Presale : Wed, 7 Mar 2018 at 07:00 AM Slayer VIP Package Onsale : Fri, 9 Mar 2018 at 12:00 PM
    17:00
    Sunlight Supply Amphitheater, Ridgefield, United States
  • 23 August
    Testament ( Slayer ) Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Fri, 9 Mar 2018 at 12:00 PM Slayer Fan Club Presale & Bundle : Tue, 6 Mar 2018 at 10:00 AM Slayer VIP Package Presale : Tue, 6 Mar 2018 at 10:00 AM Spotify Presale : Wed, 7 Mar 2018 at 07:00 AM Blabbermouth Presale : Wed, 7 Mar 2018 at 07:00 AM Slayer VIP Package Onsale : Fri, 9 Mar 2018 at 12:00 PM
    17:00
    Sunlight Supply Amphitheater, Ridgefield, United States
  • 23 August
    Anthrax ( Slayer ) Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Fri, 9 Mar 2018 at 12:00 PM Slayer Fan Club Presale & Bundle : Tue, 6 Mar 2018 at 10:00 AM Slayer VIP Package Presale : Tue, 6 Mar 2018 at 10:00 AM Spotify Presale : Wed, 7 Mar 2018 at 07:00 AM Blabbermouth Presale : Wed, 7 Mar 2018 at 07:00 AM Slayer VIP Package Onsale : Fri, 9 Mar 2018 at 12:00 PM
    17:00
    Sunlight Supply Amphitheater, Ridgefield, United States
  • 23 August
    Wizard (GER) ( Riedler Open Air 2018 ) Die 6. Ausgabe des Riedler Open Air findet am 23. - 25. August 2018 in Wiernsheim statt. DAS LINEUP R:O:A 2018: WIZARD The Privateer Scarlet Anger Skeleton Pit Breakdowns At Tiffany's Spy # Row Circus of Fools Ignition Fabulous Desaster TRINITY SITE The Distillery Rats Banjo Buddies Tickets gibt es hier: -light.com/de/shop/5a58a35a98014304df4a91ba/de/event/5a58c1e698014304df4a931f/ Wochenendticket 13€ im Vorverkauf über Eventim, 16€ an der Abendkasse. Tagesticket: 9€ (nur an der Abendkasse)
    18:00
    City Park, Wiernsheim, Germany
  • 23 August
    Taake ( Beyond the Gates // 7: Saligia ) Beyond the Gates 7: Saligia 23rd - 25th of August 2018 Enslaved Mysticum Tormentor (official) Taake (Official) Mare BÖLZER Grave Pleasures Attic One Tail, One Head Malokarpatan Hällas Sinmara Blood incantation Spectral Voice Eternal Champion Portrait WRATHPRAYER The 7th edition of Beyond the Gates will in true fashion feature a great selection of premier underground acts, pionering bands and and a bunch of exclusive happenings not to be missed. //Discounted Early bird three day passes available now// Price: 1350 NOK + fees. Full price: 1600 NOK + fees. //FESTIVAL HOTEL// Hotel names: Zander K, Grand Terminus, Augustin Our festival partner De Bergenske is offering discounted hotel rooms at Grand Terminus, Augustin and Zander K. The Grand Terminus and Zander K are located next to the railway station, and is within walking distance of Bergen's most popular attractions. Augustin is situated by the harbor and is 10 minutes walk from USF Verftet. The modern rooms offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Room service is also offered. Amenities include free organic breakfast, an exercise room and bike rentals. Single room: 1090,- (Normal price: 1690,-) Double room: 1290,- (Normal price: 1890,-) IMPORTANT: When ordering, use the campaign code: FESTIVAL
    19:00
    USF Verftet, Bergen, Norway
  • 24 August
    Orden Ogan ( ORDEN OGAN @Neuborn Open Air ) ORDEN OGAN live at Neuborn Open Air 2018!!! #Devildriver #Samael #DesertedFear ...and many more... Info and Tickets: -2018/
    07:00
    City Park, Wörrstadt, Germany
  • 24 August
    Satan (UK) ( Trveheim Festival Vol. 3 ) Traditional Heavy Metal Festival im Norden Münchens FAQ: + Camping ground opens at 4pm Thursday + Many free parking slots (sleeping there is forbidden) + After-Parties every day + Homepage: www.trveheim.com LINE UP: -= SATAN =- -= POKOLGÈP =- -= PRAYING MANTIS =- -= Q5 =- -= TYSONDOG =- -= WITCHFYNDE =- -= PORTRAIT =- -= WHITE WIZZARD =- -= IRON THOR =- -= CRYSTAL EYES =- -= CRIMSON FIRE =- -= SPITFIRE =- -= AXE CRAZY =- -= SKULLWINX =- -= HORACLE =- -= 2ND SIGHT =- -= ELECTRIC SHOCK =- -= REVEREND HOUND =-
    11:00
    City Park, Hallbergmoos, Germany