Event information

Location: Germany, Wacken
Date: 03-06 August 2011
Website: wacken.com
Organizer: ICS Event Service

Tickets:

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It was about time! Finally, in its 22nd year of existence, the biggest metal festival in the world will welcome the Prince of Darkness, one of the founders of the music we have all come to love: Ozzy Osbourne will headline Wacken Open Air 2011!
Ozzy's performance at Wacken will be his only German festival show in 2011. The metal opera Avantasia take it even further and will make their performance at Wacken Open Air their only show in 2011 worldwide! Witnessing Tobias Sammet (Edguy) and his myriad of guests in front of tens of thousands of fans under the open sky certainly isn't your everyday concert experience.
And of course there's also American power metallers Iced Earth who will be performing for the very last time with legendary singer Matt Barlow.

But these three acts aren't the only ones with exclusive performances: NWOBHM legends Judas Priest, who are currently on their last world tour ever, TNBM front-runners Mayhem and Australian hard rockers Airbourne will also perform their only German festival shows at Wacken Open Air, and for Trivium it will even be their only festival show on European soil in 2011.

But even if you don't care for either of these bands, Wacken once again offers a wide array of metal styles for almost everyone, like power metal (e.g. Blind Guardian), extreme power/melodeath metal (e.g. Children Of Bodom), thrash metal (e.g. Kreator), death metal (e.g. Kataklysm), rock'n'roll (e.g. Motörhead), glam metal (e.g. Crashdïet), j-rock (Dir En Grey), folk metal (e.g. Moonsorrow), stoner (Kyuss Lives!) and then some. For a complete listing of all 120+ bands, filled to the brim with big names of the scene, you'll only have to scroll down.

Wacken Open Air takes place in - surprise! - Wacken in Northern Germany, a small village with merely 2,000 inhabitants on 361 days of the year. The town is located 10 km north of Itzehoe and 50 km northwest of Hamburg. There will be shuttle buses from the festival site to the train station in Itzehoe as well as to the airports in Berlin, Hamburg, Bremen and Lübeck. For more info on getting there and away check the festival page here.

The festival is officially sold out since February, but some tour operators (e.g. Metal Train for Germany, Bock Tours for the Netherlands, Germany, Austria and Switzerland, Argon Events for the UK) still have some coach trip/festival ticket packages in store. More tour operators can be found here.

Another way to acquire your ticket would be the ticket exchange in the official forum which aims for eliminating the black marketing going on on eBay and other auctioning sites, and reducing the risk of acquiring fake tickets. In this exchange the Wacken staff supervises the ticket prices and acts as trust which means that the seller sends the ticket(s) to the staff who verifies the authenticity of the ticket(s) and reports it to the buyer. After the buyer has transferred the money to the seller, the Wacken staff will pass on the ticket(s) to the buyer. More information on this model can be found here (in English) and here (in German).

Further readings:
Wacken 2010 Metal Train 2010 Wacken 2009 Wacken 2008 Wacken 2007

Who was there?

100% GT (Denmark)
100% Nefarious (UAE)
100% corrupt
100% Promonex
100% OnJackTallBeck? (Brazil)
100% buki of steel (Croatia)
100% TheBigRossowski
100% Infurnace (The Netherlands)
100% Woutjinho (The Netherlands)
100% MeTalRea|istiK (Malaysia)
100% infernall (Romania)
100% Overlord_PT (Portugal)
100% Chris Steele (Denmark)
100% MaiSweettShaadow ()
100% Kallis Helmi (Hungary)
100% MrSpaceman |BR| (Brazil)
100% In Chaos (Norway)
100% Skyum (Denmark)
100% Jack--- (Denmark)
100% Kalmari (Finland)
100% Snockis (Sweden)
100% Heissayen (Spain)
100% Lord Nifiel (Sweden)
100% Gâsh (The Netherlands)
100% hanfsud
100% Alena (Russia)
100% Dewil Rituale (Bulgaria)
100% Den Gode Hr. Kim (Denmark)
100% AngelCryGr (Greece)
100% Brodd (Denmark)
100% Miquele
100% Asmara (Austria)
100% BaZaH (The Netherlands)
100% santiagomp
100% Pucis (UK)
100% Maudraum (USA)
100% Ch3m1c4lThr4sh (The Netherlands)
100% Eleazar (Mexico)
100% Trust (Portugal)
100% Oriôn (Belgium)
100% valeria (UK)
100% MightyMouse (Sweden)
100% Jvenned (Faroe Islands)
100% JaimeeFotzeBetrunken (New Zealand)
100% Wurzelbernd
100% Buried Dreamer (Brazil)
100% Izarus (Denmark)
100% victim (Finland)
100% Melodeathmetal (The Netherlands)
100% svobi_666 (Austria)
100% Link (Israel)
100% Aquad
100% wastedcorpse (Estonia)
100% Doomhammer
100% Necrozika (Sweden)
100% Rhaz
100% Fabiana Thoresen (Brazil)
100% Abbath (Spain)
100% aseth (Spain)
100% Vorhana (New Zealand)
100% FATA ESCARLATA (Czech Republic)
100% Evolucionista (Venezuela)
100% Sword_of_Dawn
100% Rooste (Estonia)
100% thorsdottir
100% Likus93 (Spain)
100% Stoner Banger (Brazil)
100% trchook (Australia)
100% Bonesaw ()
100% Malakiitti (Finland)
100% Queoma Ferreira (Brazil)
100% ANArhia (Romania)
100% Jamie Yagami (Brazil)
100% Üby
100% MorphineChild (UAE)
100% guano (Turkey)
100% goddec (Slovenia)
100% redTobi666
100% Alfredo Pliego (Mexico)
100% Hammar ()
100% systeema (Latvia)
100% Dunkelgeist (Spain)
100% JAS DANIEL'S (Switzerland)
100% Sima (Denmark)
100% alemiglio13 (Italy)
100% kingjelle (The Netherlands)
80% jess_lacrymosa (Slovenia)
70% animal71 (Australia)
60% dunskii (USA)
30% Wyrd (Canada)
30% Coaljin (Denmark)
10% Anarchy2012 (USA)
10% DarkFear (Belarus)


DAY 1 (03.08)

W.E.T. Stage / Headbangers Ballroom
Mother Of God
Leash Eye
Dust Bolt
Hammercult
Virginia Clemm
Death Clocks
Noein
Atrum
Paralytic
Eccentric Pendulum
Aphyxion
Mambo Kurt

Wackinger Stage
The Aberlour's
Reliquiae
Horch

Bullhead-City Wrestling Tent
Russkaja
Ski King
Victims Of Madness

Beer Garden Stage
W:O:A Firefighters
Blechblosn


DAY 2 (04.08)

True Metal Stage
Ozzy Osbourne
Helloween

Black Stage
Blind Guardian
Skyline
Bülent Ceylan

W.E.T. Stage / Headbangers Ballroom
Battle Beast
Pneuma
Tanker
Aeon Throne
Seven Stitches
Achren
Coldwar
Rude Revelation
Exquisite Pus
X-Tinxion
Sacramental

Wackinger Stage
Russkaja
Reliquiae
Maiden United

Bullhead-City Wrestling Tent
Onkel Tom Angelripper
Kvelertak
Ski's Country Trash
Stier
Jim Breuer

Beer Garden Stage
Edelweiss
Hayseed Dixie
Blechblosn
Mambo Kurt
W:O:A Firefighters


DAY 3 (05.08)

True Metal Stage
Judas Priest
Airbourne
Trivium
Sodom
Suicidal Tendencies

Black Stage
Morbid Angel
Apocalyptica
Triptykon
Heaven Shall Burn
As I Lay Dying
Ensiferum

Party Stage
Rhapsody Of Fire
Kyuss
Morgoth
Saltatio Mortis
Van Canto
Primal Fear

W.E.T. Stage / Headbangers Ballroom
Suidakra
Skindred
Accu§er
Sirenia
Tsjuder
Slime
Bullet
Deadlock
Negator
Khold
The Prophecy²³
Skálmöld
Pussy Sisster
Volcano
Pharao
Shraphead

Wackinger Stage
Ignis Fatuu
Rabenschrey
Reliquiae

Bullhead-City Wrestling Tent
Russkaja
Smack Ballz
Betontod
Jim Breuer
Ghost

Beer Garden Stage
Edelweiss
Hayseed Dixie
Mambo Kurt


DAY 4 (06.08)

True Metal Stage
Avantasia
Motörhead
Iced Earth
Subway To Sally
Dir En Grey
Crashdïet

Black Stage
Children Of Bodom
Kreator
Sepultura
Mayhem
Kataklysm
Moonsorrow

Party Stage
Knorkator
Danko Jones
Vreid
The Haunted
Visions Of Atlantis
Eläkeläiset

W.E.T. Stage / Headbangers Ballroom
Hail Of Bullets
Tokyo Blade
Excrementory Grindfuckers
In Solitude
Blowsight
Warrant [GER]
Venomin James
Tauthr
Skeletonwitch
Shining [NOR]
Hämatom
Stormzone
Torture Squad
Triosphere
Hellsaw
The Murder Of My Sweet

Wackinger Stage
Lacrimas Profundere
Reliquiae

Bullhead-City Wrestling Tent
Girlschool
Onslaught
Hayseed Dixie

Beer Garden Stage
W:O:A Firefighters
Edelweiss
Mambo Kurt


News

 03.08.2011 - Avantasia - Wacken Show Live On German TV
 22.07.2011 - Cradle Of Filth - Cancel Wacken Performance Due To Injury
 24.09.2010 - Mayhem - Returns To Wacken In 2011
 08.08.2010 - Wacken Open Air 2011 - First Bands Announced


Reviews

 Wacken Open Air - Wacken, Germany, 6th August 2011 by Promonex
 Wacken Open Air - Wacken, Germany, 5th August 2011 by Promonex
 Wacken Open Air - Wacken, Germany, 3rd and 4th August 2011 by Promonex


Photo galleries

Wacken Open Air 2011 - Day 3: Saturday by Promonex (168 images)
Wacken Open Air 2011 - Day 2: Friday by Promonex (131 images)
Wacken Open Air 2011 - Day 1: Thursday by Promonex (43 images)
Wacken Open Air 2011 - Day 0: Wednesday & Miscellaneous by Promonex (44 images)




 
Updated: 27.07.2011




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corrupt - 09.08.2010 at 10:09  
The first time since I'm going to Wacken that I didn't get the X-Mas ticket package...
Marcel Hubregtse - 09.08.2010 at 11:04  
Written by corrupt on 09.08.2010 at 10:09

The first time since I'm going to Wacken that I didn't get the X-Mas ticket package...


Why not? You always go there anyway. So might as well get that early bird ticket then.
Promonex - 09.08.2010 at 12:10  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 09.08.2010 at 11:04

Written by corrupt on 09.08.2010 at 10:09

The first time since I'm going to Wacken that I didn't get the X-Mas ticket package...


Why not? You always go there anyway. So might as well get that early bird ticket then.


That's what they all say. That's why it's sold out already.
Marcel Hubregtse - 09.08.2010 at 12:20  
Written by Promonex on 09.08.2010 at 12:10

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 09.08.2010 at 11:04

Written by corrupt on 09.08.2010 at 10:09

The first time since I'm going to Wacken that I didn't get the X-Mas ticket package...


Why not? You always go there anyway. So might as well get that early bird ticket then.


That's what they all say. That's why it's sold out already.


The early bird tickets are already sold-out? Wow, pathetic.
corrupt - 09.08.2010 at 12:28  
Took about three hours.
Marcel Hubregtse - 09.08.2010 at 12:31  
Written by corrupt on 09.08.2010 at 12:28

Took about three hours.


What? Has the world gone mad? Only six names announced (of which five are staple festival bands) and already that many tickets sold?
Promonex - 09.08.2010 at 13:05  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 09.08.2010 at 12:31

Written by corrupt on 09.08.2010 at 12:28

Took about three hours.


What? Has the world gone mad? Only six names announced (of which five are staple festival bands) and already that many tickets sold?


That's Wacken to you.

I wouldn't consider ST as a staple festival band btw.
Marcel Hubregtse - 09.08.2010 at 13:07  
Written by Promonex on 09.08.2010 at 13:05

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 09.08.2010 at 12:31

Written by corrupt on 09.08.2010 at 12:28

Took about three hours.


What? Has the world gone mad? Only six names announced (of which five are staple festival bands) and already that many tickets sold?


That's Wacken to you.

I wouldn't consider ST as a staple festival band btw.


They have been doing quite a few festivals the last couple of years. First as ST, this year as Infectious Grooves (they played a couple of ST songs)
Promonex - 09.08.2010 at 13:26  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 09.08.2010 at 13:07

Written by Promonex on 09.08.2010 at 13:05

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 09.08.2010 at 12:31

Written by corrupt on 09.08.2010 at 12:28

Took about three hours.


What? Has the world gone mad? Only six names announced (of which five are staple festival bands) and already that many tickets sold?


That's Wacken to you.

I wouldn't consider ST as a staple festival band btw.


They have been doing quite a few festivals the last couple of years. First as ST, this year as Infectious Grooves (they played a couple of ST songs)


Just checked their recent events and yeah, you are kinda right. Most of those festivals are quite mainstream-oriented though (Exit Festival, Download, Le Rock Dans Tous, Les Eurockéennes, Rock for People) and they don't play that often in Germany either, so that's why I've probably perceived it differently. So for me they'd be a good reason to go Wacken again.
Marcel Hubregtse - 09.08.2010 at 13:30  
Written by Promonex on 09.08.2010 at 13:26

Just checked their recent events and yeah, you are kinda right. Most of those festivals are quite mainstream-oriented though (Exit Festival, Download, Le Rock Dans Tous, Les Eurockéennes, Rock for People) and they don't play that often in Germany either, so that's why I've probably perceived it differently. So for me they'd be a good reason to go Wacken again.


You consider Download more mainstream oriented than Wacken? I'd say they're both as mainstream oriented.
Promonex - 09.08.2010 at 13:37  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 09.08.2010 at 13:30

Written by Promonex on 09.08.2010 at 13:26

Just checked their recent events and yeah, you are kinda right. Most of those festivals are quite mainstream-oriented though (Exit Festival, Download, Le Rock Dans Tous, Les Eurockéennes, Rock for People) and they don't play that often in Germany either, so that's why I've probably perceived it differently. So for me they'd be a good reason to go Wacken again.


You consider Download more mainstream oriented than Wacken? I'd say they're both as mainstream oriented.


I know you're just trolling again, but nonetheless I'll just mention Billy Talent, Staind, Enter Shikari, Pendulum and Lethal Bizzle.
Marcel Hubregtse - 09.08.2010 at 13:39  
Written by Promonex on 09.08.2010 at 13:37


I know you're just trolling again, but nonetheless I'll just mention Billy Talent, Staind, Enter Shikari, Pendulum and Lethal Bizzle.


Wacken caters to the metal mainstream whereas Download caters to the alternative mainstream
corrupt - 09.08.2010 at 14:33  
Marcel, believe it or not, there's more to a festival than just the music. And in that regard there is nothing like Wacken. The Cult that has grown around it, the faithful fans, the village and it's people. Even most bands acknowledge the special place that Wacken has in the scene.

And your trolling won't change things either. The only thing you accomplish here, besides alienating people who actually like the festival is to establish yourself as superior to other people which is what most of us stopped doing at the age of 16.

Although I still feel superior to folk metal fans
Valentin B - 10.08.2010 at 03:03  
Written by corrupt on 09.08.2010 at 14:33

Marcel, believe it or not, there's more to a festival than just the music. And in that regard there is nothing like Wacken. The Cult that has grown around it, the faithful fans, the village and it's people. Even most bands acknowledge the special place that Wacken has in the scene.

And your trolling won't change things either. The only thing you accomplish here, besides alienating people who actually like the festival is to establish yourself as superior to other people which is what most of us stopped doing at the age of 16.

Although I still feel superior to folk metal fans

great rant, awesome stuff haha. MARCEL MUST DIE IN THE NAME OF METAL!! ig i hagezsch

the line-up looks so good//// fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu
corrupt - 10.08.2010 at 10:12  
Written by Valentin B on 10.08.2010 at 03:03

great rant, awesome stuff haha.

Shall I go on ranting about how you managed to skip two (!) times we tried to meet at Wacken, Mr. reliable?

Btw, I bought my ticket yesterday, so did most of our camp. Wacken 2011, though shalt have us!
Valentin B - 15.08.2010 at 21:45  
Written by corrupt on 10.08.2010 at 10:12

Written by Valentin B on 10.08.2010 at 03:03

great rant, awesome stuff haha.

Shall I go on ranting about how you managed to skip two (!) times we tried to meet at Wacken, Mr. reliable?

there's always next year and next year looks pretty fucking good so far.

BG + ST + PF = OMGWTFPWN
MeTalRea|istiK - 12.09.2010 at 14:23  
Here i come!!!
RattleSnake - 14.09.2010 at 12:43  
First time in Wacken ... Wow ...
MeTalRea|istiK - 15.09.2010 at 12:03  
Wait 4 me!!!!!come all the way from MALAYSIA!!!!!!
Valentin B - 15.09.2010 at 22:53  
Airbourne?? aside from their crazy-as-fuck frontman, FUCK THEM
COBdeath666 - 16.09.2010 at 20:41  
Oh jesus Airbourne! Thank you wacken!
Please Manowar
corrupt - 16.09.2010 at 21:50  
What's all the fuss about Airbourne? They've played there like two times or so.
Marcel Hubregtse - 16.09.2010 at 22:13  
Airbourne are a great live band espeically for festivals. No bullshit just music and and some antics. manowar live are horrendous. Half the set is lame assed speeches about how true they and their fans are.
Netherlander - 18.09.2010 at 02:55  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 09.08.2010 at 12:31

Written by corrupt on 09.08.2010 at 12:28

Took about three hours.


What? Has the world gone mad? Only six names announced (of which five are staple festival bands) and already that many tickets sold?


Hell yeah. Guilty as charged.
Every time, the day after wacken at midnight i am spamming the F5 button for metaltix to finally co-operate to order tickets. More a tradition then anything else. Wacken i go for the festival, the line-up really is a secondairy thing.
It was 5 hours btw. Last year it was 10 or so.
Still though, there are like 3 artists in the world that can pull that off, nevermind festivals.
corrupt - 18.09.2010 at 09:30  
Mayhem confirmed.
MeTalRea|istiK - 18.09.2010 at 17:46  
Written by corrupt on 18.09.2010 at 09:30

Mayhem confirmed.


u sure??
corrupt - 18.09.2010 at 17:48  
Written by MeTalRea|istiK on 18.09.2010 at 17:46

Written by corrupt on 18.09.2010 at 09:30

Mayhem confirmed.


u sure??

What's so hard about visiting their site and check for yourself? I'm as sure as one can be after reading an official news post.
MeTalRea|istiK - 18.09.2010 at 17:48  
More power metal plz!!angra..heavenly..etc..
90IRONMAIDEN - 22.09.2010 at 00:45  
This needs to come to usa like dallas
Guib - 08.10.2010 at 07:05  
No cash for the 2011 -_- but I plan on going to the 2012 edition of the festival
This would be my first Wacken evar So sad Im poor and unable to go sooner
thatmetalhead666 - 13.10.2010 at 02:11  
I'm still in school so wacken is not an option
fuck, only a couple more years
corrupt - 13.10.2010 at 11:20  
Written by Guest on 13.10.2010 at 02:11

I'm still in school so wacken is not an option
fuck, only a couple more years

Aren't there cool festivals in Australia? I'm not sure Wacken is the best way to spend thousands of dollars to go to Europe
thatmetalhead666 - 14.10.2010 at 03:47  
Written by corrupt on 13.10.2010 at 11:20

Written by Guest on 13.10.2010 at 02:11

I'm still in school so wacken is not an option
fuck, only a couple more years

Aren't there cool festivals in Australia? I'm not sure Wacken is the best way to spend thousands of dollars to go to Europe

haha not really very many good metal ones, but when it comes to festivals, my parents are a bitch
Valentin B - 25.10.2010 at 14:17  
Ozzy Osbourne announced! quite interesting, to say the least.
GT - 25.10.2010 at 15:16  
That's interesting indeed
corrupt - 25.10.2010 at 15:56  
Written by Valentin B on 25.10.2010 at 14:17

Ozzy Osbourne announced! quite interesting, to say the least.

Too bad. They had us get ready for something amazing and then revealed something boring.

ARC-TU-RUS you morons. What's so hard about that?
Valentin B - 25.10.2010 at 16:04  
Written by corrupt on 25.10.2010 at 15:56

Written by Valentin B on 25.10.2010 at 14:17

Ozzy Osbourne announced! quite interesting, to say the least.

Too bad. They had us get ready for something amazing and then revealed something boring.

ARC-TU-RUS you morons. What's so hard about that?

you know if you´re so discontent with the festival year after year you can send me the ticket, i won´t mind
corrupt - 25.10.2010 at 17:12  
Written by Valentin B on 25.10.2010 at 16:04

Written by corrupt on 25.10.2010 at 15:56

Written by Valentin B on 25.10.2010 at 14:17

Ozzy Osbourne announced! quite interesting, to say the least.

Too bad. They had us get ready for something amazing and then revealed something boring.

ARC-TU-RUS you morons. What's so hard about that?

you know if you´re so discontent with the festival year after year you can send me the ticket, i won´t mind

The secret is the whining. It makes up for all the crap.

But seriously, a good lineup is not so much about big names as it is about good ones.

How long does it need us to realize that we are in fact the best metalheads out there and start the metalstorm festival? I'm all in. Time, effort, money.
Valentin B - 25.10.2010 at 19:42  
Written by corrupt on 25.10.2010 at 17:12

How long does it need us to realize that we are in fact the best metalheads out there and start the metalstorm festival? I'm all in. Time, effort, money.

i would never hesitate to organize a metalstorm festival, if i had the money.
Valentin B - 02.12.2010 at 13:24  
Promo, YOU'RE MY! CHERRY PIE!

when i saw the name Warrant there, i couldn't help it
Marcel Hubregtse - 02.12.2010 at 13:31  
Written by Valentin B on 02.12.2010 at 13:24

Promo, YOU'RE MY! CHERRY PIE!

when i saw the name Warrant there, i couldn't help it


Read somewhere on another forum it's the German Warrant not the horrendous atrocious worst crap ever American warrant
Valentin B - 02.12.2010 at 13:41  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 02.12.2010 at 13:31

Written by Valentin B on 02.12.2010 at 13:24

Promo, YOU'RE MY! CHERRY PIE!

when i saw the name Warrant there, i couldn't help it


Read somewhere on another forum it's the German Warrant not the horrendous atrocious worst crap ever American warrant

Marcel, you have a retort for everything.. in the notifications i saw that it's the German band, and also here on this very page, obviously i knew it wasn't the USA band

what do you think of the German guys btw? are they good?
Marcel Hubregtse - 02.12.2010 at 13:42  
Written by Valentin B on 02.12.2010 at 13:41

what do you think of the German guys btw? are they good?


Not brilliant but enojoyable back in the day some decent speed metal. Not the flowery crap most german bands paly nowadays. Shoudld be fun, unlike that total crap from the US
corrupt - 02.12.2010 at 15:29  
Grindfuckers, Yes!

SIE SIND WIEDER DAAAA!!
Valentin B - 05.12.2010 at 13:29  
Quite a varied lineup so far, i think i might join in on the metal train after all.
corrupt - 11.12.2010 at 13:01  
It's not exactly getting much better these last few days...
Valentin B - 11.12.2010 at 14:32  
Written by corrupt on 11.12.2010 at 13:01

It's not exactly getting much better these last few days...

oh yeah i remember now how much you hate one of the bands which was recently confirmed... can i have a rant? pleeeeease?
corrupt - 11.12.2010 at 15:59  
Written by Valentin B on 11.12.2010 at 14:32

Written by corrupt on 11.12.2010 at 13:01

It's not exactly getting much better these last few days...

oh yeah i remember now how much you hate one of the bands which was recently confirmed... can i have a rant? pleeeeease?

Just copy and paste one of the old ones. Each one of them is eternal

Edit: But it is annoying that said band is playing in Wacken EACH AND EVERY YEAR!
AyΣm - 12.12.2010 at 15:13  
Suicidal, Judas Priest and Blind Guardian... Perhaps I'll be there
Valentin B - 12.12.2010 at 15:34  
Written by corrupt on 11.12.2010 at 15:59

Written by Valentin B on 11.12.2010 at 14:32

Written by corrupt on 11.12.2010 at 13:01

It's not exactly getting much better these last few days...

oh yeah i remember now how much you hate one of the bands which was recently confirmed... can i have a rant? pleeeeease?

Just copy and paste one of the old ones. Each one of them is eternal

Edit: But it is annoying that said band is playing in Wacken EACH AND EVERY YEAR!

well, this year they only played a video of them (or at least that's what Promo told me)

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