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Download Festival 2013
@ Donington Park, UK
Review by Anna Dumpe
Download Festival is known as one of the most exciting rock/metal festivals all over the world. It’s usually one of the first events to kick off the festival season and it never disappoints. For eleven years in a row, Download has booked some of the biggest names in rock and metal music scene and 2013 was no different. Three acts to headline the Download weekend of June 13th-15th included Slipknot, Iron Maiden and Rammstein. However, many other bands appeared on five different stages across the weekend and we were there to catch as many of them as possible. So we offer you to read about our Download 2013 adventures and see what you missed out on, if you weren’t there.
The excitement that kicks in once you arrive to the arena is inconceivable. You see first bands hitting the stage and thousands of heavy metal fans arriving and gathering together. The sun is shining and beer is flowing signalizing the beginning of one of the most exciting weekends of the year.
We’re at Download 2013. This is happening…
The first band we get to catch when arriving to the arena is Asking Alexandria.
While the legendary Uriah Heep are performing on the Second (The Zippo Encore) stage. It’s an easy decision, so we quickly pass the Main stage to kick off our Download 2013 with some good old “Easy Livin’”.
Uriah Heep put on a great show and it’s a pleasure to be watching such a classic band still going strong. They’re still sounding tight and perform some of their greatest tunes they’ve ever written, like “Sunrise,” “Gypsy,” “Look at yourself” and, obviously, “Easy Livin’”.
After a great set by Uriah Heep, we head back to the Main Stage to see Papa Roach.
We wonder if there are still people out there that genuinely love this band, taking that their streak of luck happened quite a while ago. About a minute later our question is answered when we’re nearly swept off our feet by thousands of Papa Roach fans, running head over heels, just to fight their way through the crowd and get to the front of the stage. True story, ladies and gent. It was crazy.
Papa Roach set is everything you’d expect from it. It’s energetic, fun and a bit ridiculous when singer Jacoby Shaddix jumps off the stage to dive in the mud. …but that’s what you do when you’re at Download Festival, right?
Not everyone’s a fan of this band, but trust us on this one. When it comes to hits like “Between Angels and Insects,” “Scars” and “Last Resort,” not a single person in the audience is able to stand still.
After a good shot of energy delivered by Papa Roach, we head over to The Pepsi Max Stage to witness The Sword blast out some epic riffs in the best retro-metal manner. Coming all the way from Austin, Texas to perform material off their new album ‘Apocryphon’ and throw in some good old classics, like “Freya,” The Sword guys prove themselves as a great bunch of professionals that manage to sound live as great as they sound on the record.
Back to the Main Stage and it’s time to see Down.
Phil Anselmo and the boys have chosen to perform a great selection of tunes turning their set into an absolutely ripping performance. Songs like “Witchtripper,” “Lifer,” “Ghosts Along the Mississippi,” “Stone The Crow” and “Bury Me In Smoke” go down exceptionally well.
Best comments in-between songs and the funniest facial expressions delivered by the one and only Mr. Phil Anselmo; there is no stage too big for that man.
Next up on the main stage are Korn with a thrilling and rather challenging set, as they mix all the well-known classics with some fresh material off their latest album The Path Of Totality. Dub step inspired tracks, like “Narcissistic Cannibal” and “Get Up!” go down surprisingly well and the audience seems to be having a blast.
Songs like “Falling Away From Me,” “Coming Undone”, “Did My Time” and “Freak On A Leash” are sounding as powerful as ever and takes us on a sentimental trip back to the 1990’s when nu-metal and dreadlocks ruled the charts and were a part of every teenager’s life.
Next up on the Main Stage are Bullet For My Valentine.
Apologies to all their fans, but no, thank you.
We leave the Main stage to catch the upcoming and in-every-aspect-awesome-and-mind-blowing French trio The Algorithm. They’re on at The Red Bull Studios Stage and deliver a killer of a set. Songs like “Trojans” and “Access Granted” are the right party anthems to officially kick off this Friday night. As amusing it might seem to see hundreds of metal heads bounce around to electronic music mixed with proper metal breakdowns, it’s also incredibly satisfying to see so many people that seek variety in heavy metal genre and are here to support upcoming artists, like The Algorithm.
Just before it’s time to head to the Main stage for tonight’s headliners, we wander off to the Second Stage and catch a bit of Gogol Bordello’s on-stage shenanigans.
Bringing a full band of eight people with him, he puts on a show that’s as entertaining as hectic and chaotic. There’s a mad party happening on-stage and within the audience, as the band performs hits like “Wonderlust King,” “Break The Spell” and “Start Wearing Purple”.
Gogol Bordello is a gypsy punk band you must see if you’re familiar with or a fan of Eastern European and Russian culture, as hearing their music will make you want to down vodka, dance a little stupid and swear in Russian. What a band..!
After a nice day of watching lots of great bands and drinking beer with your mates, it seems that it doesn’t get any better than this, but just because we’re at Download, it does, in fact, get a lot better.
It’s Friday night at Download 2013 and 90’000 people are here in Donington Park to witness Slipknot headline the Main stage for the first time since 2009. The crowd is buzzing with excitement, as we prepare to be blown away by their performance.
Slipknot take the stage with an incredible amount of energy and they manage to own the crowd within seconds.
Opening their set with “Disasterpiece,” Slipknot manage to shake the grounds of Donington like a thunderstorm. Blasting out a hit after hit, they seem to have managed to put together a set list to please any kind of Slipknot fan. Classics like “Wait and Bleed,” “Dead Memories,” “Sulfur,” “Psychosocial” and “Duality”, which is dedicated to Paul Gray, really make the crowd go nuts.
There’s mosh-pits, circle-pits, crowd surfing and random human bodies flying around the place. The performance is stopped twice during songs “Before I Forget” and “Left Behind”, as the safety barrier in front of the stage collapses twice. It’s an absolute madness, but it’s also the best fun we’ve had in a long time.
The band appear to be in a great shape and are sounding superb. Corey Taylor’s vocal parts are sounding immense and Joey Jordison’s drumming is, as always, spectacular and a real entertainment to watch. Shawn ‘Clown’ Crahan is a great entertainer, as she smacks the hell out of his percussions while spinning up in the air.
After finishing their set with “Spit it Out,” Slipknot return to stage for an encore of “(sic),” “People = Shit” and “Surfacing”.
The band really put their heart and soul into this performance and you would struggle to find a single member of the audience that was left unsatisfied.
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15-16/6 – 2012
Live pictures and reviewed by: Anders Sandvall
Guest contributor: Ulrika Henriksson
Here comes a review of the great Copenhell festival that took place during two slightly rainy days in the middle of June. Acts that performed included Slayer, Anthrax, Lamb Of God, Immortal, Saxon, Gojira etc.. Lets take a closer look at what the festival had to bring…..
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Tags: Anthrax, Brutal Truth, Copenhell Festival, gojira, IMMORTAL, KORPIKLAANI, LAMB OF GOD, MASTODON, MESHUGGAH, Saxon, SLAYER, SOULFLY, Trivium
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BAND TO PERFORM AT READING AND LEEDS FESTIVALS IN THE U.K.
“ALL THE HEAVY LIFTING” LIVE VIDEO COMING SOON
May 7, 2012 – (Burbank, CA) – Mastodon have announced that they hit the road in Europe, performing both major festivals, including Pinkpop, Sonisphere, and Nova Rock, as well as headlining shows beginning May 23rd and continuing through the end of June. Mastodon will also perform at both the Reading and Leeds Festivals in the U.K. in August. Mastodon have always commanded a high press profile abroad and THE HUNTER continues to amaze fan and critics alike. Kerrang! Magazine, the UK’s leading hard rock publication has nominated Mastodon in both “Best Album,” and “Best Video: “Curl Of The Burl” at this year’s Kerrang! Awards set for June 7th, in London. Click here for further info.
Mastodon are touring in support of their critically acclaimed current album The Hunter, which entered the Billboard Top 200 Album chart in the Top 10 and found its way onto several Year End/Best Of critics’ lists, including those compiled by Rolling Stone, Spin, Revolver, Decibel and many more. A video for the current single, “Dry Bone Valley,” shot live at London’s Brixton Academy, has been posted here. Another live video clip from the same show for “All The Heavy Lifting,” is being readied for release now. Details to be revealed soon.
The band travels to Europe a few days after performing at this year’s Rock on the Range Festival on May 20th. Mastodon have been on the road since early April co-headlining a triumphant U.S. tour with Swedish metal band Opeth and special guest Ghost that wraps on May 12th with a show in Mastodon’s hometown Atlanta at The Masquerade. As ever, the press remains in thrall of Mastodon’s powerful presence:
“Sinewy tendrils that wrap around your ankles and pull you into the deep end. by the time the band closed out the show with the almost-pretty “The Sparrow,” it was hard not to feel like you had been a part of something grand in scale.・- GuitarWorld.Com
“Mastodon came out heavy from the start and stayed in that gear for most of its set. The impressive Mastodon does a lot of things in double — the dual vocals of Brent Hinds and Troy Sanders, the synchronized guitars of Hinds and Bill Kelliher and the drumming of Brann Dailor, who often sounds like two people…all of which kept the mosh pit in motion.” – Pittsburgh Post Gazette
“Like the beast it’s named after, Atlanta’s Mastodon makes a hell of a racket. In just over a decade, the band has released five albums and each has been better than the last, culminating in 2011′s The Hunter.” – Dallas Observer
Mastodon on the road with Opeth:
05/07 Minneapolis, MN Brick – Ghost 8:00 | Opeth 8:50 | Mastodon 10:20
05/09 Washington, DC The Fillmore – Ghost 7:30 | Mastodon 8:20 | Opeth 9:50
05/10 Charlotte, NC The Fillmore – Ghost 7:30 | Opeth 8:20 | Mastodon 9:50
05/11 Myrtle Beach, SC House of Blues – Ghost 8:00 | Opeth 8:50 | Mastodon 10:20
05/12 Atlanta, GA Masquerade Music Park – Ghost 7:00 | Opeth 7:50 | Mastodon 9:20
Rock on the Range Festival:
05/20 Columbus, OH Crew Stadium
European and Canadian tour dates:
05/23 Oslo, Norway Valle Hovin
05/25 Lisbon, Portugal Bela Vista Park / Rock in Rio Lisbon (w/ Metallica, etc.)
05/26 Madrid, Spain Getafe Sonisphere
05/27 Landgraaf, Holland Pinkpop Festival
05/28 Werchter, Belgium Boutique Festival (w/ Metallica, etc.)
05/30 Yverdon, Switzerland Sonisphere at Rives du Lac (w/ Metallica, etc.)
06/01 Bavaria, Germany Rock In Park Clubstage
06/02 Nurburgring, Germany Rock Am Ring Clubstage
06/03 Warsaw, Poland Ursynalia Festival
06/06 Horsens, Denmark Open Air
06/07 Sölvesborg, Sweden Sweden Rock Festival
06/08 Zagreb, Croatia Rokaj Festival
06/09 Muenster, Germany Vainstream Festival
06/10 Nickelsdorf, Austria Nova Rock Festival (w/ Metallica, etc.)
06/13 Bergen, Norway Bergen Calling
06/15 Copenhagen, Denmark Copenhell Festival
06/16 Gothenburg, Sweden Metaltown
06/17 Seinäjoki, Finland Provinssirock
06/19 Tallinn, Estonia Rock Café
06/20 Riga, Latvia Palladium
06/23 Roeser, Luxembourg Rock A Field Festival
06/24 Eindhoven, Holland Effenaar
06/25 Amsterdam, Holland Melkweg Max
06/27 Rome, Italy Atlantico
06/29 Werchter, Belgium Rock
06/30 Belfort, France Eurokennes
07/14 Ottawa, ON Ottawa Bluesfest
07/15 Quebec, QC Festival D’Ete Quebec
08/25 Reading, England Reading Festival
08/26 Leeds, England Leeds Festival
MASTODON: Troy Sanders — Bass Guitar / Vocals
Brent Hinds — Guitars / Vocals
Bill Kelliher — Guitars
Brann Dailor — Drums / Vocals
For information, merch and so much more visit: www.mastodonrocks.com
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MASTODON RELEASE LIVE VIDEO CLIP OF NEW SINGLE “DRY BONE VALLEY” AT MASTODONROCKS.COM
VIDEO WAS SHOT DURING SOLD-OUT SHOW AT LONDON’S BRIXTON ACADEMY – MASTODON’S BIGGEST U.K. SHOW TO DATE
BAND HIT THE ROAD THIS WEEK FOR CO-HEADLINING SPRING TOUR WITH OPETH
April 3, 2012 – (Burbank, CA) – MASTODON have posted a live video of their new single “Dry Bone Valley.” The performance was shot live at London’s Brixton Academy – the band’s biggest UK headlining show to date in front of a sold-out manic crowd. View “Dry Bone Valley (Live)” here.
“Dry Bone Valley” is the second single from Mastodon’s critically acclaimed Top 10 album The Hunter, and has just entered the Top 20 at radio this week. As expected, The Hunter found its way onto several Year End/Best Of Critics’ Lists, including those compiled by Rolling Stone, Spin, Revolver, Decibel and many more.
The song’s original video was created by noted fine artist Tim Biskup, a long-time friend who has amassed a cadre of loyal fans and collectors of his painting and sculpture. Watch that clip here.
This week, Mastodon hit the road for a co-headlining tour with Swedish metal band Opeth, plus special guests Ghost. The coast-to-coast trek kicks off Wednesday, April 4th. Watch a trailer for the tour here.
Tour dates and Set times as follows:
Be sure to arrive early to see Special Guests, Ghost.
04/04 Portland, ME State Theater – Ghost 7:30 | Opeth 8:20 | Mastodon 9:50
04/05 Boston, MA Orpheum Theater - Ghost 7:30 | Mastodon 8:20 | Opeth 9:50
04/06 Montreal, QC Metropolis - Ghost 7:30 | Mastodon 8:20 | Opeth 9:50
04/07 Toronto, ON Sony Centre - Ghost 7:30 | Mastodon 8:20 | Opeth 9:50
04/09 Philadelphia, PA Electric Factory - Ghost 7:30 | Opeth 8:20 | Mastodon 9:50
04/10 Wallingford, CT The Dome - Ghost 7:30 | Opeth 8:20 | Mastodon 9:50
04/11 New York, NY Roseland Ballroom - Ghost 7:00 | Opeth 7:50 | Mastodon 9:20
04/13 Chicago, IL Riviera Theatre - Ghost 7:00 | Opeth 8:00 | Mastodon 9:40
04/14 Grand Rapids, MI The Intersection- Ghost 8:00 | Opeth 8:50 | Mastodon 10:20
04/15 Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE - Ghost 7:30 | Opeth 8:20 | Mastodon 9:50
04/16 Knoxville, TN TN Theater - Ghost 7:30 | Opeth 8:20 | Mastodon 9:50
04/18 Oklahoma City, OK Diamond Ballroom - Ghost 7:30 | Opeth 8:20 | Mastodon 9:50
04/19 Dallas, TX Palladium Ballroom - Ghost 7:30 | Mastodon 8:20 | Opeth 9:50
04/20 San Antonio, TX Back Stage Live - Ghost 8:00 | Mastodon 8:50 | Opeth 10:20
04/21 Corpus Christi, TX Concrete Street- Ghost 8:00 | Mastodon 8:50 | Opeth 10:20
04/23 Denver, CO Fillmore Auditorium - Ghost 7:30 | Mastodon 8:20 | Opeth 9:50
04/25 Las Vegas, NV House of Blues - Ghost 6:30 | Opeth 7:20 | Mastodon 8:50
04/26 Los Angeles, CA Gibson Amphitheatre - Ghost 8:15 | Mastodon 9:05 | Opeth 10:35
04/27 Oakland, CA Fox Theatre - Ghost 8:00 | Mastodon 8:50 | Opeth 10:20
04/28 Reno, NV Grand Sierra Resort - Ghost 8:00 | Opeth 8:50 | Mastodon 10:20
04/30 Seattle, WA The Paramount - Ghost 7:00 | Mastodon 7:50 | Opeth 9:20
05/01 Vancouver, BC Orpheum Theatre - Ghost 7:00 | Mastodon 7:50 | Opeth 9:20
05/03 Edmonton, AB Events Center - Ghost 8:00 | Mastodon 8:50 | Opeth 10:20
05/04 Calgary, AB MacEwan Hall - Ghost 8:00 | Opeth 8:50 | Mastodon 10:20
05/05 Saskatoon, SK The Odeon - Ghost 8:00 | Mastodon 8:50 | Opeth 10:20
05/06 Winnipeg, MB Burton Cummings - Ghost 8:00 | Mastodon 8:50 | Opeth 10:20
05/07 Minneapolis, MN Brick - Ghost 8:00 | Opeth 8:50 | Mastodon 10:20
05/09 Washington, DC The Fillmore - Ghost 7:30 | Mastodon 8:20 | Opeth 9:50
05/10 Charlotte, NC The Fillmore - Ghost 7:30 | Opeth 8:20 | Mastodon 9:50
05/11 Myrtle Beach, SC House of Blues - Ghost 8:00 | Opeth 8:50 | Mastodon 10:20
05/12 Atlanta, GA Masquerade Music - Ghost 7:00 | Opeth 7:50 | Mastodon 9:20
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NEW SINGLE – “DRY BONE VALLEY” – IMPACTS RADIO FEB 14TH
January 31st, 2012 – (Burbank, CA) – Grammy nominees Mastodon have announced that they will hit the road for a spring North American tour in support of their current album The Hunter, which was released by Reprise Records in September. The tour kicks off on April 4th in Portland, ME, and visits more than 30 cities in the U.S. and Canada before wrapping up with a hometown show at Atlanta’s Masquerade Music Park on May 12th. These shows will feature an amazing night of powerful music featuring a dream bill with Swedish metal band Opeth as co-headliners, with special guest Ghost providing support on all dates. Collectively Mastodon has stated: “We’re excited to co-headline this tour with Opeth for whom we have great respect and admiration. Having Ghost along as well will make this tour a special event.” Tickets go on sale February 3rd and 4th. Visit www.mastodonrocks.com for details. There will be a Fan Presale scheduled to begin at 3pm local venue time on Wednesday, February 1stavailable only at www.mastodonrocks.com
Mastodon have recently posted a very special video for their new single “Dry Bone Valley,” created by noted fine artist Tim Biskup, a long-time friend who has amassed a cadre of loyal fans and collectors of his painting and sculpture. Watch the new video here.
“Dry Bone Valley” is the second single from Mastodon’s critically acclaimed album The Hunter, which found its way onto several Year End/Best Of critics’ lists, including those compiled by Rolling Stone, Spin, Revolver, Decibel and many more.
Released on September 27th, The Hunter entered the Billboard Top 200 Album chart in the Top 10. The first single, “Curl of the Burl,” has been nominated for a 2012 Grammy Award for “Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance.” Radio play for the track brought even Mastodon to the attention of the mainstream masses by rocketing into the Top 15 of the Billboard charts resulting in their greatest radio presence to date. By comparison, “Dry Bone Valley” is already accelerating with more immediate impact on radio waves. The press also continues to pledge their commitment:
“Mastodon exists as one of the most crucial and challenging acts working today.” – The Los Angeles Times
“Zeus be praised! Mastodon streamlined their molten thrash into a taut thwump that doesn’t pull back one bit on their natural complexity of innate weirdness.” – Rolling Stone’s Best of 2011
Mastodon is currently immersed in an extensive tour of Europe and Australia. At the conclusion of the tour, Mastodon will fly directly to Los Angels to attend the Grammys as “Curl Of The Burl” has captured a nomination for “Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance.” Have a look at the official video for “Curl Of The Burl” here. The 54th Grammy Awards Show will take place in Los Angeles on February 12th and be broadcast on CBS stations.
Tour dates as follows:
(M) Indicates Mastodon closes the show
(O) Indicates Opeth closes the show
04/04 Portland, ME State Theater (M)
04/05 Boston, MA Orpheum Theater (O)
04/06 Montreal, QC Metropolis (O)
04/07 Toronto, ON Sony Centre (O)
04/09 Philadelphia, PA Electric Factory(M)
04/10 Wallingford, CT The Dome (M)
04/11 New York, NY Roseland Ballroom (M)
04/13 Chicago, IL Riviera Theatre(M)
04/14 Grand Rapids, MI The Intersection (M)
04/15 Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE (M)
04/16 Knoxville, TN TN Theater (O)
04/18 Oklahoma City, OK Diamond Ballroom (M)
04/19 Dallas, TX Palladium Ballroom (O)
04/20 San Antonio, TX Back Stage Live (O)
04/21 Corpus Christi, TX Concrete Street (O)
04/23 Denver, CO Fillmore Auditorium (O)
04/25 Las Vegas, NV House of Blues (M)
04/26 Los Angeles, CA Gibson Amphitheatre (O)
04/27 Oakland, CA Fox Theatre (O)
04/28 Reno, NV Grand Sierra Resort (M)
04/30 Seattle, WA The Paramount (O)
05/01 Vancouver, BC Orpheum Theatre (O)
05/03 Edmonton, AB Edmonton Events Center (O)
05/04 Calgary, AB MacEwan Hall (M)
05/05 Saskatoon, SK The Odeon (O)
05/06 Winnipeg, MB Burton Cummings Theatre (O)
05/09 Washington, DC The Fillmore (O)
05/10 Charlotte, NC The Fillmore (M)
05/11 Myrtle Beach, SC House of Blues (M)
05/12 Atlanta, GA Masquerade Music Park (M)
More Mastodon information to be announced soon.
Tags: GHOST, MASTODON, OPETH
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Mastodon - The Hunter
December 2, 2011 (Burbank, CA) – Nominations for the 54th Grammy Awards were announced Nov. 30th in Los Angeles. Among them, hard rock icons MASTODON received the Grammy nod for “Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance” for “Curl Of The Burl,” the first single from their new album, THE HUNTER. At present, “Curl Of The Burl” is ascending the Active Rock charts in the Top 15 and moving towards Top 10 territory. Have a look at the official video for “Curl Of The Burl” here.
THE HUNTER was released this past Sep 27th, and entered the Billboard Top 200 Album Charts in the Top 10 and immediately warranted Global critical praise.
Mastodon received their first Grammy nomination in 2006 for the single “Colony Of Birchmen,” from their Reprise Records debut album BLOOD MOUNTAIN, also in the “Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance” category. Although the award went to their good friends Slayer, BLOOD MOUNTAIN went on totop several Year End “Best Of” and/or “Critics Lists” including Rolling Stone, Billboard, Decibel, Metal Hammer, Kerrang!, Blender, Total Guitar to name a few.
The members of Mastodon received the news of their nomination while on tour and responded in kind: “We were so excited to find out that we’ve been nominated for a Grammy. It’s a huge honor for our band, and we really appreciate the recognition.”
Mastodon will end their current US tour today, Dec 2nd, in their hometown of Atlanta with a special show. A tour of the U.K. and Europe will follow and wrap on Feb 11th.
The 54th Grammy Awards Show will take place in Los Angles the following day, Feb 12th and broadcast on CBS stations.
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Unholy Alliance Tour
Thursday, July 13, 2006
General Motors Place
Vancouver, BC Canada
**Review & All Photos By Lord of The Wasteland
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Tags: CHILDREN OF BODOM, LAMB OF GOD, MASTODON, SLAYER, Thine Eyes Bleed, Unholy Alliance
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Thursday, August 11, 2005
White River Amphitheatre
Auburn, Washington USA
**Live Review & All Photos By Lord of The Wasteland (NOTE: Photo approval was not granted for Iron Maiden or Black Sabbath)
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Tags: A Dozen Furies, Arch Enemy, As I Lay Dying, Black Label Society, Black Sabbath, Bury Your Dead, Gizmachi, IN FLAMES, Iron Maiden, It Dies Today, Killswitch Engage, MASTODON, Ozzfest, Ozzy Osbourne, ROB ZOMBIE, Shadows Fall, Soilwork, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, The Haunted, Trivium, Wicked Wisdom
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