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Tuska Open Air Metal Festival 2017 – 20th Anniversary – Suvilahti – Helsinki – Finland

August 23rd, 2017

The Tuska Open Air Festival is definitely a real metal institution among metal festivals in Europe. The mighty Tuska festival has reached one hell of a milestone in the long, yet metallic mayhem history. Tuska celebrated its 20th anniversary this year which is pretty damn good for a festival like this. The line-up was huge, covering a wide range of different types of metal. It was obvious the Finnish Love metal messengers HIM was one of those names pulling a lot of people from other countries. Besides, HIM announced that they will call its quits after this year. Anyhow, Sabaton, Suicidal Tendencies, Amorphis, Tryptikon etc. and a plenty of other bands made Tuska definitely great.  All in all 37,000 people made a visit to Tuska during these three days.

By : Marko Syrjala; Arto Lehtinen; Petri Da Costa

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HIM / Bleeding Through Live In Vancouver: Nov. 9, 2007

January 7th, 2008

HIM / Bleeding Through
Friday, November 9, 2007
The Croatian Cultural Centre
Vancouver, BC  Canada

 

***Live Review & All Photos by Lord of The Wasteland


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Ruisrock Festival 2005 – Turku Finland

August 4th, 2005

RUISROCK FESTIVAL
8-10.7 2005
TURKU, FINLAND

Reviews and pics by Arto Lehtinen and Marko “Spandex” Syrjala

Ruisrock is one of several festivals arranged on the soil of Finland every year by carrying the profile and image of the main stream rock with the proud and honor. Ruisrock is claimed to be one of the longest running rock festivals arranged in a row without big breaks in Europe. The main important purpose of the concept of the festival is to present the frontline names of the Finnish rock scene and have a few big names booked to filling up a headliner?s spot. Originally the much claimed Velvet Revolver was supposed to conclude the whole festival on Sunday, but for a reason or another Slash and the company packed up and was replaced by a long time British gothic mongers Paradise Lost. However the festival was damn success in every aspect as all in all 70.000 people visited the festival during the weekened in the beautiful national park in a town called Turku. However here is the brief article of the festival with a solid dissection of a few bands which played there.


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