Copenhell Festival 2017 at Refshaleoen Copenhagen, Denmark

Saturday

So the last day of the festival had arrived with performances by Lost Society, Hatesphere, Europe, Overkill, Rob Zombie and Slayer. We were a bit tired in both body and soul when we took the train to Denmark but since it was the last day and Slayer was the last band out for us, there was no doubt that we were looking forward to seeing what the festival had in store for us. The day offered meet and greets with bands like Overkill and Lost Society as well; it was nice that the festival booked meet and greet opportunitites again. And yet again, the rain came down from the sky. Our plan was to get to the festival in time to see Hatesphere at 4 but due to train departures we didn’t arrive until 4.30. We had to regroup and aim to see Lost Society at the Pandemonium stage a little later. When we went over to the Pandemonium stage the rain had calmed down and the sun actually looked down on us.

Lost Society comes from Finland and was formed 2010. The band have toured with Children Of Bodom as well as Slayer, Anthrax and Exodus. The first album titled FAST LOUD DEATH came 2013 and the latest piece came last year called BRAINDEAD.

Lost Society

The young four piece thrash orchestra entered the stage and fired off the show with “Braindead”. Singer Elbanna thanked the fans for being there and urged everyone to put their hands in the air as it was time to “Kill (Those Who Oppose Me)”. Elbanna said that the fans should sing along in the chorus and everyone complied. Elbanna said it was nice to be back in beautiful Copenhagen again, “Do you want to hear more music?, he asked, “Good here is “Hollow Eyes”. A circle pit was formed straight away and the tempo on and off stage was furious. Elbanna asked if the fans were still alive and wanted everyone to clap along in the song. The band then experienced some technical problems which we didn’t hear but Elbanna said they were working on fixing it and that nothing was going to ruin the show. A calm rain had now started to fall and Elbanna said that no rain was going to interrupt their show and fired off “Terror Hungry”.
Lost Society is:

Samy Elbanna – lead vocals, guitar
Arttu Lesonen – guitar
Mirko Lehtinen – bass
Ossi Paananen – drums

Elbanna wanted to hear the fans scream on the top of their lungs and the fans did everything he told them to. The band consists of pretty young guys but they totally knew how to do their thing and we were really surprised and astound by how heavy, furious and energetic both their music and stage presence were.

In “Rage Me Up” Elbanna wanted to see another circle pit; it was pretty clear that the band knew how to handle a crowd. Elbanna said that this show was their fourth festival show so far and that the coming crowds were going to have hard to measure up with the one at Copenhell. He wanted the fans to sing along with him in “I am the Antidote” and despite some technical errors the band executed their show perfectly. Elbanna looked at Lesonen and said he was going to kick off the next song, after which Elbanna said no this wasn’t good and told the crowd no one could move until he said so. He divided the crowd into two parts and said it was time for a wall of death. The band walked off stage and the drummer threw a solo but the fans seemed confused and wondered what was happening. So the band came back and wanted the fans to give a hand for Paananen behind the drums. It was time for the last song of the night in “Riot”. In the middle of the song Elbanna wanted the fans to lower down to the ground and then jump up when he said so. When Elbanna counted to 3 the fans all jumped up and Elbanna looked really happy when he saw it. After a longer guitar solo the band ended the show by thanking the fans telling them that Lost Society will soon be back.

We were really surprised by what we just had seen, the 45 minute show was epic and we were really impressed by the effort on stage. They had the crowd in the palm of their hands from the very start and kept them there the entire show through. We were pleasantly surprised with Lost Society and are definitely going to check them out if we come across them live again.

Set list
Intro
Braindead
Kill (Those Who Oppose Me)
Hollow Eyes
Terror Hungry
Rage Me Up
I Am The Antidote
N.W.L
Drum solo
Riot

The clock was now 6 o clock and there was about 45 minutes left until it was time for Europe to begin their show on the Helviti stage. Just as previous years, all of the stages were equipped with a flame thrower that burst out a huge flame just before each band began their performance.

Europe doesn’t need any further introduction as they are one of the biggest acts from Sweden and their album THE FINAL COUNTDOWN has sold about 3 million copies in America and about 15 million copies worldwide. Altogether the act have sold nearly 30 million copies of their albums around the world. The band did a comeback in 2003 that was followed by a brand new album in 2004 called START FROM THE DARK. Their latest effort is named WAR OF KINGS and was unveiled in 2015. The band’s new album is going to be released at the end of this year. To be honest the more current material hasn’t struck a chord in any of us, however the older songs still feel relevant and it was those older songs we were looking forward to hearing.

Europe

“War of Kings” was the first tune out and it was hard to see anything from the photo pit. It was impossible to see Michaeli or Haugland from where Anders stood. It was a lot easier to see Tempest running around from each side to another with his mic stand in his hand. Second song out was “Hole in My Pocket” and it was no doubt that the Danish fans loved Europe because they were dancing and jumping up and down to the music. The classic “Rock the Night” followed and the song really got the audience going. “Looking good Copenhagen!”, Tempest said and the song lured people from the back to get closer to the stage. The fans sang the song together with Tempest and in the middle the band did a mash up of the song together with the Black Sabbath song “Heaven and Hell”.

“Let me hear everyone scream”, Tempest said and fired off “Scream of Anger”. Since this song is one of the band’s fastest ones it’s also one of Anders’ personal favorites. I (Ulrika) waited to hear “Ready or Not” which is my personal favorite tune.

It was Tempest that moved around the most on stage; Norum mostly stood on his spot and the grumpy looking (boring) Levén stood solid on his side of the stage. “Last Look at Eden” followed and to be honest the band wasn’t on fire this night. It felt just another day at work and they just did what they had to do and nothing more. The line-up today is:

Joey Tempest – lead vocals
John Norum – guitar
John Levén – bass
Mic Michaeli – keyboard
Ian Haugland – drums

“Firebox” continued the show and it was now obvious that major part of the audience wasn’t interested in hearing the current songs, everyone was waiting to hear to older classics. The members left the stage and only Michaeli stayed to play a keyboard solo that turned into “Sign of the Times” with Tempest on acoustic guitar. The song woke up the crowd and is taken from 1988’s OUT OF THIS WORLD. Even though the band felt a bit reluctant and not at the top of their game, you can’t take away the fact that they still delivered a solid show and show a lot of professionalism. It just felt like they lacked the last piece of spark they needed in order to put on an amazing show.

Finally it was time for “Ready or Not” which was the highlight Ulrika had been waiting to hear. The song also woke up the crowd and the band pulled off a solid version of the classic. The song included guitar play by Tempest which added extra spark into the tune. “Nothing To Ya” and “The Beast” followed after which Tempest said that the band needed some help from the fans who had to clap their hands even louder now in “Superstitious”. The fans took care of the chorus while Tempest smiled to hear their voices. Tempest tried to talk Danish but it didn’t go so well and we don’t think that any Dane understood what he was saying. Michaeli started up the intro to “The Final Countdown” and it was that song everyone had been waiting for and made everyone crazy. Tempest let the fans sing the first verse on their own after which he took over the lyrics. Tempest said the fans’ singing was very beautiful and thanked everyone for coming and see the show. The guys took a group selfie with the fans in the background and then left the stage.

Well, the show left more to wish for entertainment-wise. Sure the guys delivered a solid show with a lot of great songs but it felt like they weren’t fired up; it was just another work day that lacked spark and playfulness. It was Norum and Tempest that saved the show from being a totally boring snoozefest. The most enjoyable moments were when they did “Scream of Anger” and “Ready or Not” the rest of the show was middle-class and nothing more.

Set list
Intro
War Of Kings
Hole In My Pocket
Rock The Night (Heaven and Hell mash-up)
Scream Of Anger
Last Look At Eden
Firebox
Sign Of the Times
Ready Or Not
Nothing To Ya
The Beast
Superstitious
The Final Countdown

It was another 30 minutes until it was time to see the thrash metal legends, Overkill, take over the Hades stage. It’s not often we in Scandinavia is given the opportunity to see Overkill in action. This was made obvious when almost everyone at the festival moved over to the Hades stage to wait for the band. The band began their journey back in 1980 and today only two remaining original members are left in singer Bobby Blitz Ellsworth and bass player DD Verni. The band’s latest studio album is called THE GRINDING WHEEL and came in February this year. On stage we could see a huge backdrop portraying the cover artwork to the bands latest album and on each side of the drums stood marshall amps stacked on each other. Time flew by and at 8.30 it was finally time for the legendary Overkill to meet the Danish fans.

Overkill

One by one the members walked on the stage welcomed by the applause from the fans. Last out was singer Ellsworth and as soon as he came to the mic the show kicked off with “Mean Green Killing Machine”. “Listen up”, Ellsworth said, “I’ve said it before and I say it again, we are “Rotten To The Core”. He looked really cool in his leather jacket standing with one foot on the monitor. Ellsworth let the fans take care of the chorus in the extremely fast version of the song. Overkill is:

Bobby Blitz Ellsworth – lead vocals
DD Verni – bass
Dave Linsk – guitar
Derek “The Skull” Tailer – guitar
Jason Bittner – drums

“How you doing motherfuckers”, Ellsworth asked the fans, “how you’re doing in beautiful Denmark today? I have one rule and that’s I’m in charge, are you ready for “Electric Rattlesnake”? The fans threw their hands in the air and in the middle of the song Ellsworth left the stage and left room for a guitar solo. “Hello From the Gutter” continued the show. Ellsworth said he heard the sound of thunder from upstate New York in the shape of Bittner’s drumming; it was Bittner’s first show with the band and “He wanted that I should tell you all that “In Union We Stand!”, Ellsworth said. Ellsworth said thank you in Danish and asked how the fans were doing. “Do you want more?”, he asked, “Just wait and see. During our 40 years we have made a lot of great friends here in Denmark and we have always liked this country and you have always made us feel welcomed. Let’s play a song from our latest album THE GRINDING WHEEL in “God Damn Trouble”.  After that he said, “Ahh you make me feel like 55 again. We come from New Jersey and we are far away from home now but the one thing we all have in common is the love for metal music. The next song is from New Jersey but tonight it’s your song, here comes “Wrecking Crew”.

The fans shouted “Overkill, Overkill” and Ellsworth smiled and said, “It looks like you’re full of metal here. We have a few songs left to play and here comes the next one, together and forever Copenhell, we are “Ironbound”!. “Listen up”, Ellsworth said, “I’m still in charge and you’re on a runaway train bound for “Elimination”. The fans sang the chorus and the crowd surfing was constant during the show. “My Danish isn’t so good but my sign language is perfect, come on everyone – We don’t care what you say…”, and the audience shouted back, “Fuck You”! “Come on, one more time again”, Ellsworth said and then Verni kicked off “Fuck You”. Ellsworth encouraged the fans to sing louder and he said “The German fans had sang much louder, and they hadn’t said nice things about the Danish fans either, so come on, let’s sing louder!” The fans showed their fingers toward the band and shouted for more music but the 60 minute show was over.

We thought the show was great, the band was on fire and it was nice to see that they still are hungry and eager to meet the fans. Not many guys their age have the spark left. New drummer Bittner did, and contrary to the new drummer in Black Star Riders, gave a solid effort behind the drums. Also, the set list was flawless. The only thing we have to be negative about was the playing time, we wanted to hear more than only 60 minutes!

Set list
Mean Green Killing Machine
Rotten To The Core
Electric Rattlesnake
Hello From The Gutter
In Union We Stand
God Damn Trouble
Wrecking Crew
Ironbound
Elimination
Fuck You (The Subhumans cover)

Rob Zombie was the next artist up and since we didn’t know if he had any restrictions we walked over to the pit in good time to find out. The backline looked really cool with a huge gorilla on the backdrop. On each side of the drums there were two smaller backdrops with old black and white pictures on them. At the front of the stage three long black boxes were placed in order for Zombie and his band members to stand on. On the first box it stood love death sex, on the middle one hate kill war and the last one suck die crush.

The latest Rob Zombie album titled THE ELECTRIC WARLOCK DIED WITCH SATANIC ORGY CELEBRATION DISPENSER came out in 2016 and it’s no surprise the man likes long song & album titles. The latest albums haven’t been as good as the older ones but despite that, it feels like Zombie can’t do anything wrong. Luckily everyone was allowed to photograph him and as it got closer to the show to start Anders was let into the pit.

Rob Zombie

The audience exploded when Zombie came on stage and the first song out was “Dead City Radio And The New Gods Of Supertown”, Zombie wore a hat and a silverjacket with fringes on the arms. Zombie ran across all the three boxes while bass player Piggy D and guitarist Johnny 5 stood on the other two. It was really hard to get shots of Zombie since he moved around, kicking his legs high in the air, jumping up and down like a maniac during the entire show. He hardly stood still for any longer period of time. The epic “Superbeast” followed and it was full speed right from the start from both the band as well as from the fans. Zombie had the fans to scream at his command and after he threw off his jacket he said hey Copenhell how you’re doing. Are you high? ‘cause I am, here comes “In The Age Of The Consecrated Vampire We All Get High”. While the band played something improvised Zombie walked around on stage waiting for the improvisation to turn out into “Living Dead Girl”. The line-up in the band is:

Rob Zombie – lead vocals
John 5 – guitar
Piggy D – bass
Ginger Fish – drums

Zombie and his band have great stage personas and really know how to put on a show. As always, this evening didn’t include any dull moments as there was always something to rest your eyes on. It was full speed ahead from the start to the end. As darkness began to set over the area, the stage lights came on to kick off what was a really impressive light show. “Scum of Tte Earth” followed and Zombie said that Slayer was playing tonight and that the first time Zombie performed alongside them was back in 1981 and, “We haven’t aged a day since then”. “People, we have a big UFO problem”, Zombie said, “we have a UFO that leads America and there are UFOs everywhere in the world today; the next song is about that” Of course, “Well, Everybody’s Fucking in a UFO” followed. You can say what you want about Zombie, but the man does what pleases him and doesn’t care about conventions.

“More Human Than Human” followed in which Zombie jumped down into the photo pit and climbed up on the fence in order to get closer to the fans. It’s impossible to think that Zombie is 52 years old; he moved around like a teenager, dancing and strutting his stuff on stage. “Never Gonna Stop (Red, Red Groovy)” followed and after that Zombie said it was time to play a ballad that was going to make all the guys go home with girls this night. “We did this in Germany and it didn’t go so well”, he said as huge balloon-balls came out over to the crowd and bounced around. “This looks better”, Zombie said and “The Hideous Exhibitions of a Dedicated Gore Whore” followed. “House of a 1000 Corpses” came next and Zombie asked if we had seen the new guitar and bass that Johnny 5 and Piggy D had put on. Johnny 5 did a shorter guitar solo; his guitar looked really fierce with slime running around inside it.

Ulrika’s favorite song “Thunder Kiss ‘65” followed and she as well as the rest of the crowd were really happy when they heard it. The old White Zombie song was eagerly awaited by the fans and they all went crazy when they heard it. Zombie had the fans sing the chorus and they almost overpowered him. “Let’s get the party started”, he said, “I want you all to get on each other’s shoulders”. While he waited for everyone to do that he stood and waited, saying “Come on, I don’t have all the night. Hey ho let’s go!”, he said as the band kicked into The Ramones’ “Blitzkrieg Bop”. It was a really good version and fun to hear. Alice Cooper’s “School’s Out” followed and the fans sang at the top of their lungs. It was nice to hear that cover too but why does he choose to play two covers when he’s got so much material of his own?

Zombie said the band had travelled across Europe and that the journey ended this night and they were going to end it with a huge party because now it was time to go home. It was time for “Get Your Boots On! That’s The End Of Rock n Roll” which was followed by “Meet the Creeper”. After that he said that it was time to go and left us with the last song “Ging Gang Gong De Do Gong De Laga Raga”. The fans shouted for encores and Zombie soon came out wearing a shirt with the Danish flag on. “Look what I bought today”, he said, “we had the day off and I went out looking at your city. We have one more song left to play”, which was “Dragula” which made the crowd ecstatic. Zombie danced around clapping his hands on stage and as a final touch, he introduced the band and then the show was over.

Zombie and his band sure knew how to put on a party. It was a brilliant show and we think that no one left the area disappointed. The sound and lights worked perfectly and the band was awesome. The new songs worked better live than on album and it was a blast to hear the old favorites “Dragula” and “Thunder Kiss ‘65”. The only question mark was why he decided to do two covers when he has got so much material of his own. It wouldn’t have hurt to hear a few more songs and the 75 minute show felt too short for an artist of his caliber. Otherwise there was nothing to complain about, the show was one of the best ones on the festival for sure.

Set list
Dead City Radio And the New Gods of Supertown
Superbeast
In The Age Of The Consecrated Vampire We All Get High
Scum Of The Earth
Well Everybody’s Fucking In A UFO
More Human Than Human
Never Gonna Stop (The Red Red Kroovy)
The Hideous Exhibitions Of A Dedicated Gore Whore
House Of A 1000 Corpses
Guitar Solo
Thunder Kiss ‘65
Blitzkrieg Bop
School’s Out
Get Your Boots On! That’s The End Of Rock n Roll
Meet The Creeper
Ging Gang Gong De Do Gang De Laga Raga
Encore
Dracula

Instead of seeing Opeth on the Hades stage we decided to grab something to eat. Neither of us really like Opeth and it felt like a better idea to get something to eat while we waited for Slayer to go on. By now the garbage cans were totally full and garbage was lying around drifting on the ground. That made a messy impression and didn’t look too sanitary. After having grabbed a bite to eat it was time to head back to the Helviti stage in order to see the mighty Slayer headline the last day of the festival.

Slayer was formed in 1981 by Kerry King and Jeff Hannemann and the debut album SHOW NO MERCY came two years later. Sadly Hannemann passed away 2013 and Exodus’ Gary Holt stepped in as session guitarist. Today he is a full-time member of Slayer the band. The band’s latest album REPENTLESS came in 2015. The place in front of the stage was jammed with people waiting and chanting for Slayer. The narrators came on stage and before they introduced the band they thanked the crowd, the volunteers & security, as well as the police and medical staff for making Copenhell such a secure and safe festival.

Slayer

As the intro played smoke filled the stage and red lights lit up, the band showed up and fired off “Repentless” as the first song. Anders had to watch his back in the photo pit because people came flying over the fence from the crowd surfing. “The Antichrist” followed instantly and the tempo was furious and the energy high. “Disciple” continued the night and it’s still strange to see Araya standing still while singing, we’re used to see him headbang his heart out. While Anders left the photo pit “Mandatory Suicide” came on and the band kept the furious tempo up during the entire show. The fans cheered when they heard the old classic tune so early on. King looked cool with his tattoos and heavy chains attached to his pants; he is surely one of the coolest guitarists ever!

“Hollowed Point” followed after which Araya smiled at the crowd while thanking the fans for being there to support Slayer. “Are you ready for more music?”, he asked, “Here comes “War Ensemble”. Yet another classic pick that turned the fans mental and kicked off another round of crowd surfing, “Postmortem” and “Born of Fire” followed and we stood in awe for the mighty Slayer. The guys are totally fierce and no other band is as cool as Slayer!!

The line up is:

Tom Araya – lead vocals, bass
Kerry King – guitar
Gary Holt – guitar
Paul Bostaph – drums

It looked like Holt felt more secure on stage and he’s taken a step forward live since the last time Anders saw them. Araya looked happy and smiled; he appeared really satisfied with the response from the fans. “The next song is a cosy one”, he said, “so grab a hold of your girl or boyfriends because here comes a love song – dance with the dead in my dreams, listen to their hallowed screams. The dead have taken my soul!” Of course was it the epic “Dead Skin Mask” that followed. “Hate Worldwide” and “Seasons in the Abyss” followed and the fans continued to go crazy. “Seasons in the Abyss” is one of Anders’ personal favorite songs so it was really nice to hear it live once more . “Spirit in Black” followed and if we should come up with something negative about the show it would be that Araya did almost no talking between the songs. A few of the songs almost transcended into each other and it would have been nice if he had said something in between most of the songs. “Spirit in Black” comes from the SEASONS IN THE ABYSS album from 1990 and the band took quite a few songs from that album this night.

The band felt solid as a rock together and when they fired off “Raining Blood”, success was a given. When the song was over it got silent and Araya stood and smiled listening to the crowd clapping and cheering. The only thing he said was “Chemical Warfare”; gosh what an amazing catalogue of epic songs this band has. With “Angel of Death” Slayer showed no mercy and proved who are the undefeated kings of thrash metal! It was epic!!

The band took off their instruments and Araya thanked the fans and it was over for this time. The band blasted away 80 minutes of madness and we wanted more!

The show was really impressive and demonstrated how proper thrash metal should be played. Slayer’s got the routine and experience many other bands lack and they still feel vital. It was obvious who the reigning masters are. The only thing we wanted to have more of was songs, 80 minutes couldn’t still our lust for Slayer.

Set list
Delusions Of Savior (intro)
Repentless
The Antichrist
Disciple
Mandatory Suicide
Hollowed Point
War Ensemble
Postmortem
Born Of Fire
Dead Skin Mask
Hate Worldwide
Seasons In The Abyss
Spirit In Black
Encores
South Of Heaven
Raining Blood
Chemical Warfare
Angel Of Death

Slayer ended the three day long festival for us and it was time to get home and get some well earned sleep. Two bands remained to perform in Red Warsawa and The Black Dahlia Murder but for us it was time to say good bye. As always the festival was really nice with some great bands as well as great people. Copenhell is the wildest party in Scandinavia and it grows larger each year. Still, even though the festival grown each year it remains well organized with great staff. We have never recall seeing any fights that needed any police assistance. The visitors are all friendly and fun to chat with and people go there to drink alcohol, listen to bands, and have a good time. The area is well sized for the number of people and it’s good that they still only have 3 stages; that way it’s easy to see all the bands you want without having put time into walking a distance to see the next act.

The shuttle busses worked perfectly and the drivers should have credit for driving tired, drunk and wet headbangers for three days. 

On the negative side we have the handling of the trash; that didn’t work out at all. The disinfection at the toilets also ran out so it wasn’t possible to keep your hands clean. Why the festival didn’t empty the urinals each day is a big question mark; you can imagine how it looked over there when each day had come to an end. Disgusting.

They should consider taking after Wacken Open Air and requiring a deposit on each plastic cup so people won’t throw them on the ground. Last but not least, which is nothing the festival can help, is the rain. Why does it always rain on Copenhell? Maybe the organizers should think of moving the festival a little further into the summer?

Anders’ highlights of the festival were Black Star Riders, Airbourne, Rob Zombie, Slayer and the entire atmosphere on the festival. The not so good things were Europe, the partially rainy weather and the filthy urinals.

Ulrika’s highlights were Saxon, Airbourne, Powerwolf, Rob Zombie and Slayer. Things that weren’t so positive were the rain, Ministry, Europe, and the lack of benches to sit down on… (grandma needs to sit down now and then).

Next year the festival is scheduled to be held at 21-23/6 and if you are nearby don’t’ hesitate to visit Copenhell and also check out the festival’s own cruise, you won’t regret it.

Thanks to head of press at Copenhell Festival Mikkel Mo for the help with press/photo-pass to the festival.
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Big thanks to Jeppe Nissen at Live Nation Denmark for the help.
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More info about the festival
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More info about the bands here

Day 1

www.inflames.com
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www.twitter.com/InFlames_SWE
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www.nuclearblast.de
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www.facebook.com/nuclearblasteurope
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www.twitter.com/nuclearblasteu
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www.youtube.com/user/NuclearBlastEurope

 

 

www.facebook.com/OfficialCarcass
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www.instagram.com/carcassband
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www.nuclearblast.de
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www.facebook.com/nuclearblasteurope
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www.saxon747.com
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www.youtube.com/user/PlanetSaxon
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www.sl-music.net/en
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www.ministryband.com
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www.facebook.com/WeAreMinistry
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www.youtube.com/channel/UC6fUV-AHqV7lpvK9L4PB4yw
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www.nuclearblast.de
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Day 2

www.airbournerock.com
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www.spinefarmrecords.com
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www.dillingerescapeplan.org
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Label
www.partysmasherinc.com
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www.alterbridge.com
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www.label.napalmrecords.com
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www.border.se
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www.blackstarriders.com
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www.nuclearblast.de
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www.fivefingerdeathpunch.com
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www.elevensevenmusic.com
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www.powerwolf.net
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www.label.napalmrecords.com
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www.border.se
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Day 3

www.lostsocietyfinland.com
Facebook Page
www.facebook.com/lostsocietyfinland
Instagram Page
www.instagram.com/lostsocietyfi
Twitter Page
www.twitter.com/lostsocietyfi
Label
www.nuclearblast.de
Facebook Page
www.facebook.com/nuclearblasteurope
Twitter Page
www.twitter.com/nuclearblasteu
Youtube Page
www.youtube.com/user/NuclearBlastEurope

 

www.europetheband.com
Facebook Page
www.facebook.com/europetheband
Twitter Page
www.twitter.com/europetheband
Label
www.sl-music.net/en
Youtube Page
www.youtube.com/user/UDRmusic

 

www.wreckingcrew.com
Facebook Page
www.facebook.com/OverkillWreckingCrew
Twitter Page
www.twitter.com/OverkillBand
Label
www.nuclearblast.de
Facebook Page
www.facebook.com/nuclearblasteurope
Twitter Page
www.twitter.com/nuclearblasteu
Youtube Page
www.youtube.com/user/NuclearBlastEurope

 

www.robzombie.com
Facebook Page
www.facebook.com/RobZombie
Twitter Page
www.twitter.com/RobZombie
Instagram Page
www.instagram.com/robzombieofficial
Youtube Page
www.youtube.com/user/robzombie
Label
www.tboyrecords.com
Facebook Page
www.facebook.com/TBoyRecords
Twitter Page
www.twitter.com/tboyrecords

 

www.slayer.net
Facebook Page
www.facebook.com/slayer
Twitter Page
www.twitter.com/Slayer
Instagram Page
www.instagram.com/slayerbandofficial
Youtube Page
www.youtube.com/channel/UCA7S5M8w5X4P1NRzaJ4lsrg?sub_confirmation=1
Label
www.nuclearblast.de
Facebook Page
www.facebook.com/nuclearblasteurope
Twitter Page
www.twitter.com/nuclearblasteu
Youtube Page
www.youtube.com/user/NuclearBlastEurope

 

 

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