RICHIE KOTZEN Releases First-Ever Professionally-Filmed DVD, ‘Richie Kotzen Live,’ Out Now Via Amazon And CD Baby

November 22nd, 2015
by EvilG


For fans of guitarist/singer/songwriter RICHIE KOTZEN, their wish for a professionally-filmed look at his intricate guitar and genre-spanning song stylings has finally come true in the form of his new DVD, RICHIE KOTZEN LIVE, which was released October 13 via his Headroom-Inc label.

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ANVIL to Release New Album “Anvil is Anvil” February 26th On SPV/Steamhammer

November 22nd, 2015
by EvilG


Anvil is Anvil!A self-confident statement. A band philosophy. And what’s more: a life motto. Anvil is Anvil, that’s the title of their latest album. And the name says it all: an unambiguous, uncompromising recording, typical of this band. At the same time it’s fresh, occasionally surprising and generally exciting through and through. A stalwart metal manifesto by a band who stand for authenticity and credibility like few others in this fast-lived business.“We’re sometimes criticized for never changing,” guitarist and vocalist Lips explains. “But why should we change something we’re renowned for? Isn’t it much more important to stay faithful to yourself? To do what you do best? The idea behind our latest album is: we are what we are, and that’s how it’s going to stay!” For all Anvil fans, this is the best news of the year. And the all-important date for 2016 has already been scheduled: Anvil is Anvil will be released by Steamhammer/SPV on  February 26, 2016. So be sure to mark the day in your diary!

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Lost Society – BrainDead- listening party at Sonic Studios Helsinki

November 21st, 2015
by Arto Lehtinen


The Finnish thrashers Lost Society got thrown into the larger attention after winning the Global Battle Of The Bands and inked a deal with the prestigious Nuclear Blast. The four young thrash maniacs took the metal world by storm with the intensive fast and furious speed/thrash maelstrom, but with the obvious sense of humour. The debut album titile FAST LOUD DEATH got the overwhelming respond and with the second opus TERROR HUNGRY gained more and more attention from the metal world.

Now it was a brilliant timing for Lost Society to conquer the world with the passionate metal hymns. Therefore the combo hit the legendary and wellknown Sonic Pump Studio with the long-time and Finnish metal icon and producer Nino Laurenne 20151120_182650(Thunderstone fame by the way) monitoring the recording process as well as the mixing stage. It is usually said and written the third one is the most difficult output in a band’s history. Therefore the listening session of the upcoming third Lost Society album is far more interesting than expected in the first place. The album had been named with pretty a suitable title BrainDead and the due out in the 12th of February 2016 on Nuclear Blast.


However now it is time to sit down in the studio of Sonic Pumpu and check out what the guys with Nino Laurenne have created in the catacomb of the studio environment

  1. I Am the Antidote

The song kicks off with the groove metal elements with the melodic hooks. The song is definitely the obvious headbanging one, with the Panterish references popping up here and there. Especially the solos are blood awesome, based on the catchy melody lines. The opening song is without any doubts a major surprise as Lost Society rages with the full force ahead, but this groove heavy influenced song is beyond the belief


  1. Riot

Another heavy one with the groove touch with the double drum starting the songs. Elbanna definitely abuses his lungs by screaming from the bottom of his tortured lungs. Yes Riot turned out to be another unexpected heavy groove song.


  1. Mad Torture

Lost Society toured with Destruction thru Europe, obviously Mad Butcher references may have influences the guys because of the name and especially the sounds of a chainsaw as an opening intro. After the intro the head ripping guitar riff goes thru the head and speeds up to the thrashing rage, but the whole song ain’t the pure thrash one as the groove midtempo elements are the essential part of the song. However Elbana once unleashes the voice by showing no mercy


  1. Hollow Eyes

The song stars with the catchy opening riff and in general the strong riffs play the leading role throughout the construction of songs. Especially harmonic double guitar riffs sounds splendid. As for the vocals, the vocalist normally screams his lungs, but in this case he doesn’t rip the lungs and throat to the pieces.


  1. Rage Me Up

As the title of the song already tells it has to be the fast one and it was. Rage Me Up is pure extreme aggressive and energic thrash hymn for sure. Rise the fist into the air and bang that head fits to describe this song.


  1. Hangover Activator

Another fast one, but the song slows down a bit in the middle. The song has the vicious and killer sounding solos.


  1. Only My Death Is Certain

All right some Testament mind association definitely popped up in the previous songs, but when the acoustic start of the song is like Testament, there is no doubt about that. The song itself aint any hyperfast one, instead midtempo one throughout. Especially the epic chorus with the whole band singing gives the utter brilliant feeling to the song. Again Testament came to the mind with the strong influneces


  1. P.S.T

If the Pantera influences play the strong part in the first two songs, there seeing the Pantera cover off from the Power Metal album was any that major surprise. The funny song done with the cheek-in-tongue in the Lost Society style. Picking up the more obscure song from the Pantera catalogue was nothing but a right choice, but these more known ones are remembered by the metal fans.


  1. Terror Hungry (acoustic version)

The guys have always thrown some pretty wild and humoristic things on each album. Besides the Pantera cover, the acoustic version of Terror Hungry was another one. To be honest the simple less metallic sounding tune could be the real top ten chart stuff.


Summary  :

Lost Society have created the lethal metal output for sure. The first two opening songs caused the jaw dropping effect because of the heavy groove sounding elements. However Lost Society definitely puts the full force ahead on the album. So the band hasn’t forgotten the thrash roots. Even though the title of the album is BRAINDEAD, however this song wasn’t played this time. In genera it ain’t sure in which order songs will be released on the forthcoming album. As far as the cover song are concerned it ain’t sure on which and where those cover ones will be released.

Lost Society has proved to be one hell of a band with the skilled musician coming up great riff and hopefully the metal fans worldwide will approve of BRAINDEAD

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Sepultura – Helsinki Finland

November 19th, 2015
by Arto Lehtinen


   Nosturi, Helsinki, Finland


               Review and pictures by Petri da Costa

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Lamb Of God cancels the European tour

November 19th, 2015
by Arto Lehtinen

Lamb Of God have cancelled the remaining dates on the European tour.  Children Of Bodom has issued the following statement.

“Lamb of God has chosen to leave the tour due to security concerns in Europe. Our team has been working very hard to make all of the remaining shows happen. We want to continue on the road and play the rest of the tour. Here is what we know so far.

Unfortunately the promoter has decided to move forward and cancel tonight’s show in Oberhausen, Germany, and the additional shows in Germany.

At this time, the remaining schedule will move forward as this

22 Nov – Pratteln- Z7 Konzertfabrik
23 Nov – Lausanne- Les Docks
24 Nov – Milan- Alcatraz
26 Nov – TBD
29 Nov Brussels- Ancienne Belgique
01 Dec – Copenhagen- Amager Bio
03 Dec – Helsinki- Old Ice Hall
05 Dec Stockholm – Klubben
06 Dec Oslo – Rockefeller Music Hall
09 Dec- Tampere- Tähtiareena
10 Dec- Seinajoki- Rytmikorjaamo
11 Dec- Jyvaskyla- PAVILJONKI
12 Dec- Oulu- SuperPark Areena”

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Endstille @ The Barfly, Camden

November 19th, 2015
by UK Team


@ The Barfly, Camden

30th October 2015

Review by Demitri Levantis
Photography by Jo Blackened
Altercarnated Photography

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GENTLEMANS PISTOLS – Interview With James Atkinson

November 19th, 2015
by Peter Atkinson

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Interview With Guitarist/Vocalist James Atkinson

By Peter Atkinson

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England’s Gentlemans Pistols have maintained a steady, if somewhat low-key – and apostrophe-free – presence over much of their dozen years together. Led by frontman/guitarist/founder/lone original member James Atkinson, they have released three albums – the latest of which, Hustler’s Row, arrived in mid-October – and toured mostly around their home country and mainland Europe, with a few gigs in Japan.

With Hustler’s Row, however, the band stand to make something of a bigger splash. For one thing, after two albums on the modestly underground Rise Above Records, the Pistols have signed with Nuclear Blast for the new record. For another, since 2009 the band’s ranks have included guitarist Bill Steer, whose other band – and fellow Nuclear Blasters – Carcass have experienced a remarkable resurgence in the wake of their 2012 comeback album Surgical Steel, raising the Pistols profile – even if slightly – by osmosis.

And Hustler’s is just an all-around more likable album than the previous releases, full of bouncy rhythms from drummer Stuart Dobbins and new bassist Robert Threapleton, fetching harmonies and hooks, and fantastic guitar teamwork from Steer and Atkinson. Its retro vibe channels everyone from Thin Lizzy and Deep Purple to The Sweet and Traffic, with just a hint of old Iron Maiden and Judas Priest, without ever sounding like mere idol worship.

Via Skype from the band’s home base of Leeds, Atkinson offered the following about the new album and the label situation, the evolution of Steer’s involvement with the band and its impact on their sound, and his hopes for the road ahead as the Pistols look to strike while the iron is comparatively hot.

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STRIKER Launch Pre-Order Campaign + Premiere ‘Too Late’

November 19th, 2015
by EvilG

Edmonton, AB metallers STRIKER are ready to set out on a new adventure with their forthcoming album ‘Stand In The Fire’ being released via their own Record Breaking Records label on February 5, 2016 and before it drops, the band has teamed with for the Canadian premiere of their new track ‘Too Late’. Hear it  below.


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Edu Falaschi to participate all-metal-stars Vivaldi Metal Project

November 19th, 2015
by EvilG
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Edu Falaschi

Brazilian singer and composer Edu Falaschi (Almah, ex-Angra) has confirmed his participation in the all-metal-stars Vivaldi Metal Project which already involves more than 70 musicians from such bands as Yes, Helloween, Stratovarius, Rhapsody of Fire, Yngwie J. Malmsteen, Ring of Fire, Royal Hunt, Avantasia, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Symphony X among others.  The metal version of the legendary classic masterpiece “The Four Seasons” by Antonio Vivaldi is set to be released in the first half of 2016 worldwide.

The international Vivaldi Metal Project was launched at the end of 2013 by keyboardist, composer and producer Mistheria (solo artist who also worked with such top artists as Bruce Dickinson, Rob Rock, Roy Z, etc.) together with co-producer, bassist Alberto Rigoni (solo artist, TwinSpirits). Right now it’s available for pre-order via crowdfunding campaign on PledgeMusic as mp3 or CD with various exclusive options:

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ANTHRAX reveal cover art for upcoming album FOR ALL KINGS

November 19th, 2015
by EvilG

Anthrax has revealed the cover art for the band’s upcoming release, For All Kings, due out February 26, 2016 (Megaforce).  The band’s drummer, Charlie Benante, who designed the artwork and worked closely with artist Alex Ross, talks about the concept in this short video.

Benante promises that the eleven-songFor All Kings will be “aggressive and super-thrashy.”  The album was written by Benante, bassist Frank Bello, and rhythm guitarist Scott Ian, the dynamic triumvirate whose unique composition chemistry is, in part, what sets Anthrax’s music apart from other bands’ in the same genre. Add to that Joey Belladonna’s breathtaking vocals and the searing guitar leads by newest member Jonathan Donais, and it’s no wonder the band is so excited for fans to hear what will be their 11th studio album.

Anthrax is currently on tour with Slayer in Europe and will join up with Lamb of God here in the U.S. starting in January.  On these dates, fans will be treated to songs from throughout Anthrax’s career, including the classics as well as the brand new “Evil Twin,” a song that Bello says “is a song that begs to be played live.” U.S. tour dates are below.

15   Stage AE, Pittsburgh, PA
16   Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA
17   The Fillmore, Silver Spring, MD
19   Tabernacle, Atlanta, GA
22   Constant Convocation Center, Norfolk, VA
23   Hammerstein Ballroom, New York, NY
24   Oakdale Theatre, Wallingford, CT
28   Royal Oak Music Theatre, Royal Oak, MI
29   Egyptian Room at Old National Center, Indianapolis, IN
30   Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL
31   Orbit Room, Grand Rapids, MI
 2   Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland, Kansas City, MO
 4   Revention Music Center, Houston, TX
 5   Bomb Factory, Dallas, TX
 6   Concrete Street Pavilion, Corpus Christi, TX
 8   ACL Live at the Moody Theatre, Austin, TX
 9   Diamond Ballroom, Oklahoma City, OK
11  Brooklyn Bowl, Las Vegas, NV
12  Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA

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W.A.S.P. with support on The Bloody Road To Golgatha European Tour 2015 -Leg 1- Moriska Paviljongen Malmo, Sweden

November 19th, 2015
by Anders Sandvall

The Bloody Road To Golgotha European Tour 2015 -Leg 1-

Dynazty – special guest
Critical Solution – support act

Moriska Paviljongen, Malmo, Sweden
29/9 – 2015

Reviewed and live pictures by: Anders Sandvall


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Stratovarius + Gloryhammer + Divine Ascension @ O2 Academy Islington, London

November 19th, 2015
by UK Team

Stratovarius + Gloryhammer + Divine Ascension

@ O2 Academy Islington, London

3rd November 2015

Review & videos by Oliver M.

Photography by David McKnight & Oliver M.


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Epica, Eluveitie and Scar Symmetry – The Forum, London

November 18th, 2015
by UK Team

Epica, Eluveitie & Scar Symmetry

@ The Forum, London
15th November 2015

Review and photography by Graham Hilling


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Jonne Järvelä – Korpiklaani

November 18th, 2015
by Arto Lehtinen



Korpiklaani has been folking since 2003 by conquering the folk metal world with the Finnish culture and nature. Being one of the heaviest and hardest working bands with the nine albums out by now proves Korpiklaani’s folk metal machine is unstoppable. The ninth album called NOITA is another fine slap of the catchy folk metal with the obvious ancient Finnish myth and culture of the past. Some water has flown under the bridge since the previous Korpiklaani interview, therefore it was about to have a conversation of the mastermind of Korpiklaani, Jonne Järvelä.

Interview and live pictures by Arto Lehtinen

Good day – how does the touring life look in the Korpiklaani camp ?

We are just now in Hamburg at Heidenfest 2015 and everything is fine. Ten days behind and about the same still left.


The Petrax studio has been a home studio cave for Korpiklaani for a while, Do you view that finding the right Korpiklaani sound is easier and natural progress there at the Petrax studio with the essential know-how how to carry out a good sounding album with the catchy hooks ?_MG_5399

Absolutely. Petrax is good place to record because it is farm place at countryside. There is its own peaceful atmosphere and we really like to record there. Also it is one of the best studios in Finland and near my home, so it is easy choice.

Noita being the 9th album in a row in the Korpikaani catalogue, that proves Korpiklaani is one hell of working band around, you don’t rest on your laurels at that much – where do you find that much energy and inspiration to keep going on ?

I don’t know actually. This is fun thing to do and at least for me this is the only thing that I can do, so maybe that drives us to keep going on.

You have systematically released new album every year or every second year, as for the time gap between NOITA and MANALA, there is a three year gap, how come it took a bit longer to have the ninth album out ?

We toured even more than usually, so we couldn’t find the time for song writing so much than before. Also I wrote, recorded and produced my “solo” album JONNE, which is not actually a solo album because I got help so much from many musician friends of mine. Then I produced, mixed and partly recorded Oceanwake new “Sunless” album, which also took some time.

How did you start working on the material for the NOITA album ? Do the lyrics come first before the music ?

Tuomas Keskimäki wrote most of the lyrics again, so there were lyrics first but I don’t put my focus on lyrics yet when writing music. When the main structure of the song is ready I start to think which of the Tuomas’s lyrics would fit to the character of the song.

What was the most challenging part of the whole writing and composing process of the NOITA album ?IMG_7450

Find the time to do it. The songs came very easy and naturally and we actually dropped some songs away from the album whole.

What does the title of the album originally come from ?

There are some songs about witch what Noita means in English and one of the key songs on the album is Ämmänhauta. It’s about one finnish folklore that lives strong in one little village, called Vesilahti, where I’m from with our bass player Jarkko. One powerful witch lived there and when she noticed that the end of her lifetime in here will be over soon her last wish was to be buried into the sacred ground of the church. So she managed to find four men to carry him to there secretly because during those times pagans were not allowed to be buried to the “holy” ground. Before their journey begun she had one important rule for those four men; If she would die before they reach their destination she must be buried straight to the place where that happens. They didn’t manage to get to the church’s graveyard and when the witch took her last breath those four men could not move her anymore because of her spell. So they buried her immediately to that place and threw birches on her grave to hide the body. Later on the story started to spread from mouth to mouth and people started to throw birches on the witches grave because they feared that witch will curse them if they would not do that everytime they passed her grave. So even nowadays there is a great pile of birches on the same place where the witch was buried.

The Korpiklaani figure known as Vaari did the first appearance on the front cover of TALES ALONG THIS ROAD and since then it has been an expected figure on covers. How did this come about ? Did you find it a good idea to have a mascot of your own ?

Exactly. I like the idea how for example Megadeth or Iron Maiden has their mascot adventuring always on the album covers. I wanted something similar and Vaari is our Eddie in a way.

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The main core of the line-up of Korpiklaani have soldiered up as a united team for about ten years, whereas the violinist got changed as well as the accordionist, as for finding these replacements – was it an easy going process to audit and find right guys with the suitable background and attitude to Korpiklaani  ?

We have been lucky because every time when people changed in this band we’ve getting stronger. I don’t mean to put anyone down because we are really good friend with every _MG_5405ex-Korpiklaani members still but it is a fact. There always been a reason for the changes and it’s been both way deal. Some people got enough this kind of life style and they might to want to do something else in their lives. It was easy to find first Tuomas about four years ago and now Sami three years ago…time flies. Sami is still a new guy in our books  J

Since the VOICE OF THE WILDERNESS album the guitarist, bassist have been in the band beside you and drummer Matson, apparently this has created the bond between you to take further steps for Korpiklaani and focus on building the band’s success ?

I think it is important to keep the band as stable as it is possible. That’s how we all can develop together as a band because this is teamwork if something.

When some member has departed, is it like the end of the marriage, that’s it and goodbye – or do you maintain some sort of contact to each other ?

Yes we are still contacted and friends with ex-members.

The Finnish language has been the big role in the lyrics, leaving the English kind of aside. The whole lyrics or could I say the poetry is fascinating, tending to go deep in the Finnish ancient culture, but do you feel it is kind of odd to have lyrics written in Finnish as the foreigner fans may miss the point in the meaning of the lyrics ?

I don’t feel it odd because nowadays it is easy to translate the lyrics if you want. Internet makes it very easy. Also we have explanations of each song on our booklet of the albums.

Do you feel kind of natural to sing the lyrics in Finnish on tours or do you have to switch it to the English after all ?

It is way more easy for me to sing in Finnish, my native language. Also it is easier to catch and share the feelings of the lyrics using Finnish.

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How much do you spend time exploring and studying the Finnish ancient mythology and culture to ladle them for the lyrics and ideas to develop the soundworld of Korpiklaani ?

I don’t study about mythology or culture but being in this band has been teaches me a lot and still doing it all the time.IMG_6786

When penning the lyrics, do you have to have some certain place and atmosphere to reach the need mood for coming up ideas on papers ?

I’m not writing lyrics so much but when I do, I can be anywhere when I got an idea. I’ve been driving car when I got an idea and then just pulled over and writes it down. I’ve been sitting,  when suddenly got inspired and just walking outside. You never know when it hits you.

You have traveled all over the world, have other cultures and social aspects brought more new ideas, visions and influences on the creation of the musical ideas ?

Absolutely. In the end everything is about your lived life. Met people and places. Being in the band is extremely good chance to meet lot of people and travel around the world.

The four Korpiklaani albums came out on the Austrian Napalm rec, which was a home for Korpiklaani for a long time, nowadays you are at Nuclear Blast. What is the biggest difference between these two labels from your point of view ?

Nuclear Blast is bigger and they can load a little bit more volume on marketing. Of course it would be easier and good to be on some of the Finnish label because being on contact would be easier but unfortunately “know how” and contacts are better at record labels abroad. That’s why most of the Finnish metal bands that are doing international career are on the lists of some record label from abroad. But in our case the interest of the record companies stands at abroad. Finnish record labels are not interest or ready to invest to band like Korpiklaani for some reason, which is sad.

I can’t help asking what was the main factor making you thinking of switching to Nuclear Blast ?

They offered the best deal and they have worked already some Finnish bands like Amorphis and Nightwish, so Blast just convinced us about a good business relationship. We signed again to Nuclear Blast filling second deal with them just before Noita.

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I have paid attention to the behavior and acting of the crowd at Korpiklaani’s gig, the people usually go utter beserk and the feeling is lik_MG_5406e getting catapulted thru the ceiling especially during the fastest tunes, being played. Do you try to set the place on fire and get people nuts on gigs or do you have to calm the moshing and pitting and surfing down time to time ?

We like to see when people gets crazy. Maybe that’s why we have so many up-tempo songs but to keep the feeling and drama of the show it is important to play also some mid tempo or even slow songs. That’s how the fast songs sounds even faster.

Where is the strongest and loyalist fanbase as well as wildest ones ?

Germany and Europe over all is at least most loyal because we can see the familiar faces on every gig for example on this tour now but North America and Canada are rising and rising for us all the time. The most wild audience is definitely in South America.

The videos of Korpiklaani seem to have been an important role. Do you view videos are the one way to catch some attention for Korpiklaani ? Obviously there will be a new video from the NOITA album ?

Now when TV doesn’t show music videos anymore, videos are in the web nowadays. Like on Youtube but I think it is in big role as before. At first we put out a video of Tein mina pillin pajupuusta, which shows us on stage. It’s filmed in Moscow, Russia. Now just a while ago we released a video to Ämmänhauta song.

When Korpiklaani was interviewed back in 2003, the whole thing was in the early stage of kicking the whole on as apparently it was based on the DIY attitude, how do you coordinate and keep your eyes on the business and so on and how do you make the last call what comes to booking festivals and gigs ? Btw are you still involved in Natural Born Records ?

We have a good management to take care about our booking and record label business, so we can put our focus for the music more but of course we are speaking everything through _MG_5395our management, so we know all the time more or less what is going on. Natural Born Records is JonneMusic nowadays and it handles my producer works, some part of merchandise works and publishing for Korpiklaani and JONNE bands.

Speaking of your solo, in my opinion the stuff on the solo album differs quite obviously from the Korpiklaani stuff, was it a conscious choice to separate the stuff from Korpiklaani by working them on the solo output ?

It was the reason for the solo album and band because those songs were so different, than Korpiklaani style. I didn’t have any need to put out a solo album but the songs were asking it if you know what I mean.

Can we expect more solo stuff from you ?

Yes, next album is already under work. JONNE is also real touring band, not just my solo project anymore but because there are also very busy musicians for example Santeri Kallio and Jan Rechberger from Amorphis we can’t play live so often.

All right I thank you for your time to do the interview for Metal-Rules.Com and wish all the best and I let you conclude the interview ….

Thank you so much and see you on gigs


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Europe with support on War Of Kings tour 2015, European tour leg 1 at Kulturbolaget Malmo, Sweden

November 18th, 2015
by Anders Sandvall


War Of Kings tour 2015, European tour leg 1

The Vintage Caravan – support act

Kulturbolaget, Malmo, Sweden
20/9 – 2015

Live review and pictures by: Anders Sandvall


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