70000 Tons Of Metal 2013 - First Bands Announced


The organizers of 70000 Tons Of Metal 2013 have announced the first 10 bands that will take part in next year's floating heavy metal festival.

Already confirmed for the festival extravaganza are: In Flames, Nile, Sabaton, Lacuna Coil, Immolation, Doro, Die Apokalyptischen Reiter, Helstar, Subway To Sally and Anacrusis.

The festival will take place from January 28th-February 1st 2013 aboard the luxury cruise ship Royal Caribbean "Majesty Of The Seas" that will sail from Miami, Florida, and will feature 40 bands. Ticket prices start at US$666 plus US$299 taxes and fees per person. For all the details, please go to http://www.70000tons.com.

Source: 70000tons.com
Event: 70000 Tons Of Metal 2013
 
Posted: 27.06.2012 by BloodTears


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27.06.2012 - 21:23
Cathval
Hang out with Karl Sander...
Drink and discuss ancient war with the guys in Sabaton...

Cristina Scabbia... IN A BIKINI?

Might have to check this one out.
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27.06.2012 - 21:26
Unhealer
Eclecticist
Written by Cathval on 27.06.2012 at 21:23

Cristina Scabbia... IN A BIKINI?


I don't think she will be doing that, it would be suicide.
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27.06.2012 - 21:40
Cathval
Written by Unhealer on 27.06.2012 at 21:26

Written by Cathval on 27.06.2012 at 21:23

Cristina Scabbia... IN A BIKINI?


I don't think she will be doing that, it would be suicide.
Well there goes my entire reason for going.
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27.06.2012 - 21:52
Cynic Metalhead
Atrocious Virgin
Cristina Scabbia was hot til Andrea didn't start taking rounds on her. It was bad. Karmacode would have been much better release if that wouldn't happened.
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27.06.2012 - 22:19
Unhealer
Eclecticist
I would actually enjoy going to one of these. Maybe one day...
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28.06.2012 - 05:11
GutturalNinja
What is the difference between this and Barge to Hell? Both events are organized by the same people and are happening on the same cruise, at the same time of the year and with no apparent difference other than the bands. The only thing I've noticed is how the bands featured on Barge to Hell tend to be more extreme.
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28.06.2012 - 11:42
Evican
Ann O'War
Written by GutturalNinja on 28.06.2012 at 05:11

What is the difference between this and Barge to Hell? Both events are organized by the same people and are happening on the same cruise, at the same time of the year and with no apparent difference other than the bands. The only thing I've noticed is how the bands featured on Barge to Hell tend to be more extreme.

It's exactly that. BTH is mostly "extreme", so your death, black, doom, etc and 70000 Tons caters for a more eclectic metal fan who likes all sub-genres of metal.

I was on 2011 and 2012 70000 Tons and there were rumours that UMC are going to have four cruises going at some stage.
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28.06.2012 - 13:56
GutturalNinja
Written by Evican on 28.06.2012 at 11:42

Written by GutturalNinja on 28.06.2012 at 05:11

What is the difference between this and Barge to Hell? Both events are organized by the same people and are happening on the same cruise, at the same time of the year and with no apparent difference other than the bands. The only thing I've noticed is how the bands featured on Barge to Hell tend to be more extreme.

It's exactly that. BTH is mostly "extreme", so your death, black, doom, etc and 70000 Tons caters for a more eclectic metal fan who likes all sub-genres of metal.

I was on 2011 and 2012 70000 Tons and there were rumours that UMC are going to have four cruises going at some stage.


Thanks! Makes sense.
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