Event information

Location: Canada, Calgary, AB (Distillery)
Date: 02-03 October 2009
Website: noctisvalkyries.com
Organizer: Scarab Productions

Tickets:

All Events Pass (Conference, Club Night at The Distillery Show, MacEwan Hall Main & Second Stages): $75
Concert Pass (Club Night at The Distillery Show and MacEwan Hall Main & Second Stages): $35
Conference Pass: $45/$50
Buy at Megatunes/Sloth Records/Campus Ticket Center


On 2 Oct venue is The Distillery (18+ Show)
On 3 Oct venue is MacEwan Hall at the University of Calgary (All Ages show)

Who was there?

100% Doc Godin
100% Luciferion
100% trendkill-
100% alkonost x
70% Thrashard


DAY 1 (02.10)

Novembers Doom
Slough Feg
Ares Kingdom
Kilyakai
Norrath
Tosca


DAY 2 (03.10)

Main Stage
Cynic
Suffocation
Deströyer 666
Aura Noir
Exit Strategy
Begrime Exemious

Second Stage
Death Toll Rising
Akakor
A Bloodshed Nightmare
Hrom
Fornication

 
Updated: 01.09.2009




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Doc Godin - 16.08.2009 at 04:30  
Really creative festival idea...probably going to update the line-up list here tomorrow.

Also should make for an interesting review.
Marcel Hubregtse - 17.08.2009 at 00:15  
Nice... Slough Feg
Doc Godin - 18.08.2009 at 06:34  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 17.08.2009 at 00:15

Nice... Slough Feg

Worth checking out? I was contemplating whether or not to go to the first night of this festival (which is at a bar), and I'm really not too excited about seeing those local bands yet again...
Marcel Hubregtse - 18.08.2009 at 08:42  
Written by Doc Godin on 18.08.2009 at 06:34

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 17.08.2009 at 00:15

Nice... Slough Feg

Worth checking out? I was contemplating whether or not to go to the first night of this festival (which is at a bar), and I'm really not too excited about seeing those local bands yet again...


IMO Slough Feg is definitely worth checking out and for you maybe Novembers Doom as well. PLus it's at a bar which imo is always far superior to a gig in a bigger venue because of the intimacy of a bar.
Doc Godin - 18.08.2009 at 08:46  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 18.08.2009 at 08:42

Written by Doc Godin on 18.08.2009 at 06:34

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 17.08.2009 at 00:15

Nice... Slough Feg

Worth checking out? I was contemplating whether or not to go to the first night of this festival (which is at a bar), and I'm really not too excited about seeing those local bands yet again...


IMO Slough Feg is definitely worth checking out and for you maybe Novembers Doom as well. PLus it's at a bar which imo is always far superior to a gig in a bigger venue because of the intimacy of a bar.

I guess it depends on the bar and the bands...I started really enjoying the shows at the Ballroom recently - all age venue. The problem I have with crowded bar shows is theres always some drunk asshole who decides to dump his beer in my hair instead of drinking it.

Either way, might as well go to this, seems its all anyones talking about in the local metal scene. Theres more buzz over this little fest than there is about the upcoming Obituary and Motorhead shows...
Marcel Hubregtse - 18.08.2009 at 08:48  
Written by Doc Godin on 18.08.2009 at 08:46


I guess it depends on the bar and the bands...I started really enjoying the shows at the Ballroom recently - all age venue. The problem I have with crowded bar shows is theres always some drunk asshole who decides to dump his beer in my hair instead of drinking it.

Either way, might as well go to this, seems its all anyones talking about in the local metal scene. Theres more buzz over this little fest than there is about the upcoming Obituary and Motorhead shows...



It really owuld surprise me if the bar gig was to be crowded. Here in The Netherlands that gig wouldn't draw more than 150 people at most I would say.
Doc Godin - 18.08.2009 at 08:54  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 18.08.2009 at 08:48

It really owuld surprise me if the bar gig was to be crowded. Here in The Netherlands that gig wouldn't draw more than 150 people at most I would say.

Well its not the biggest bar for a show, its almost always local bands playing there. That and just being part of the festival that show will get a solid turn out. Metal shows aren't too frequent here, especially festivals, so when a good show does get put together you can almost guarantee a decent turn out - unless its local bands, local metal has grown pretty fast here, so when you have local gigs any given day of the week people tend to lose interest in anything but the bigger shows...
cityarmy - 21.08.2009 at 02:07  
Hopefully I'll be able to make it to this, I'm too stoked for Cynic, Aura Noir and Destroyer 666.
Second stage acts are gonna be too good as well, the local support is going to rule.
LeChron James - 01.10.2009 at 11:22  
Damn this looks like a fucking rager. goddamn cannucks.

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