18:19 - J. N. Running schedule for Brutal Assault added. [link]
17:35 - Dima Oh I see. If I ever see Sunn live I hope they play this song (with Attila of course) [link]
17:33 - Redn1ght Dima, Abbath = Immortal. They also had problems with the smoke machine and the wind fucking it up. xD Finland's weather was being edgy.
17:30 - Dima Ye, pretty much that Apoth ahah. Maybe a bit more smoke :D Can't go wrong with more smoke
17:27 - Dima Dno who they are. I'll take your word for it though heh. Ideally one would want Sunn in a dark room with smoke machines.
17:26 - Apothecary I don't think I've ever seen a vid of Sunn O))) performing outside. They definitely make sure to set the mood for their performances. This church one is just great [link]
17:23 - Redn1ght Dima, reminds me that in Tuska it was still bright as day when Abbath was performing. It would've been cooler when it was dark but oh well. You can accuse the stupidity of Finnish summer. :P
This band's profile is 'invisible', meaning that it's much less prominent on the site - either because it's incomplete, or maybe doesn't entirely fit MS format.
Formed in late 2008, Deadend in Venice tried right from the beginning to combine the power of true Melodic Death Metal with the beauty of a clear female voice. A short three song demo was recorded at the end of the same year and first local club-gigs followed. In 2009 the band shared the stage with names like Tristania, Finntroll and Tanzwut on some bigger shows and played great concerts for both, crowd and band.
During the year 2010 the band decided to get all the stuff together for a full-length album and through CASKET Music and PLASTICHEAD the chance was given for worldwide distribution. The productions started in November and 2011 will be the year for: See you on the ground!