Blog: Your Own Festival That Blows Hellfest Out Of The Water

Written by: Thryce
Published: 18.06.2010
Right this very instant Hellfest Open Air is taking place.


If you don't know what Hellfest is, congratulations, you are either enjoying your first day on Metal Storm territory, or you are the proud owner of a hot tub time machine (in either case, welcome).


For months we have bombarded you with Hellfest news and announcements, preview articles, give-away contests and more news and announcements. But now that the time has finally come, well, we're not there. And if you're reading this, it obviously means you didn't make it as well. Yeey us for not being there!



The look that says: "100% not attending... and biting the bullet."



The Staff Towers are pretty much abandoned now. Nobody is working at their desks. Marcel's drunken ramblings don't echo from our chill-out room annex bar. Our supersized fridge is completely empty as the bastards took all the food and beer with them "for the road" - fuck! - and the Canadian elites aren't awake yet so I can't order them to fetch me some new booze.

All sober and no Hellfest makes Thryce a cranky boy.


Can you imagine? Around this time, half of the board is there, enjoying the shit out of the festival with its many great bands, watching a good show in the summer sun, having a blast with the many other Metal Stormers, drinking overpriced dishwater (or whatever the heck the French serve as beer)... And we have nothing. Absolutely nothing.


Well, I'm not taking it any longer! I'm here to make a statement... I'm here to start an anti-Hellfest revolution...

Well, that and I'm freaking bored.


So let's have a little fun on our own, shall we. To hell with Hellfest and everyone attending Hellfest, let's organize one kickass festival that is way better and more awesome than silly Hellfest. One that will put Hellfest with their pants down. If everyone makes a list, we'll get there.


Here are the rules of our little game:

  • You can only participate if you didn't go to Hellfest Open Air 2010.
  • You can only pick five bands, and line them up according to the following set-up:

    opening act - warm-up - direct support - headliner - after-party.

  • You have one wildcard to summon a deactivated band to do a one-time reunion gig.
  • You have one wildcard to summon one musician from the death.


In short: just come up with the best line-up since the dawn of fucking time, and select your five all-time/current favorite bands that'll play just for you and your enormous wallet.

I'll go first.



[Insert kickass band] in the middle of their set on [insert awesome name] Fest.



OPENING ACT - WARNING The festival takes off with an exclusive one-time reunion show of Warning, the epic doom metal outfit that broke up somewhere last year. Those hauntingly beautiful soul-crushing songs will be a guaranteed hit, sending chills down many spines.

WARM-UP - HEAVEN SHALL BURN These days there are only a handful of worthwhile metalcore bands that truly deserve your attention, Heaven Shall Burn being one of them. With their death metal instigated metalcore this band will stir up the crowd like a human blender. The perfect warm-up of any festival.

DIRECT SUPPORT ACT - MORBID ANGEL Brilliant live band. No further introduction needed. If you don't see why I lined-up Morbid Angel, stay the fuck off my festival lawn.

HEADLINER - EXODUS (1985-1993 era) Let me tell you a well-kept secret. The best thrash band at the end of the nineties wasn't Metallica, it wasn't even Megadeth (puh-lease!), it was fucking Exodus. For the occasion, the band will be hosting an old school thrash night and only play material coming off their five first records. Why? Because it's my goddamn festival, and I feel like it, that's why.

AFTER PARTY - THE ANGELIC PROCESS After this evening of relentless violence it's time to take a breather and close the festival in an ethereal and mesmerizing atmosphere. Since the late K. Angylus rejoined the land of the living for a few hours, The Angelic Process can end the festival in mysteriously stunning style.


Your turn.


 




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Black_Handed - 18.06.2010 at 17:37  
Hmm silly idea. but why not. but cramping only 5! bands to do it is crazy, still, i managed.

OPENING ACT - ENSLAVED - blasting is way through the past and present. songs from Eld, Frost, Mardraum, Below The Lights, Isa and Ruun. slightly meditative before getting slapped into face by....

WARM-UP - SUFFOCATION - ok for anyone that havent seen that live, because they are bored by their album performance (not implying that this is true). see them live, seriously. your head will fall off.

DIRECT SUPPORT ACT - THE CHASM - epic, melodic, atmospheric, progressive, doom, slightly blackened, thrashy death metal from mexico! unparalled instrumentals. fantastic twisted songwriting, because of both riffs and they way they work together.

HEADLINER - AKERCOCKE - original progressive death that doesnt sound a bit like opeth. every album has a unique sound, from grindy death, through blackened death, atmospheric death, progressive, and such. so, lets get Enraptured by Evil!

AFTER PARTY - TAAKE - getting folkish is good for getting drunk eh? great, complex although dirty, catchy etc.

runner ups - nile, mithras, origin, atheist, pestilence, cynic, zyklon, xenomorph, negura bunget, melechesh, tristwood, emperor, vader, the amenta, dying fetus, mastodon.
Troy Killjoy - 18.06.2010 at 18:03  
KILLJOY DEATHFEST

This running order is written under the assumption that all bands will be performing with their original line-up for specific albums to be stated in the write-up.

Opening Act
7th Nemesis - Violentia Imperatrix Mundi

Warm-up
Kronos - The Hellenic Terror

Direct Support Act
Gorod - Leading Vision

Headliner
Benighted - Icon

After Party
Carcariass - Killing Process

Because Hellfest is taking place in France, I decided to honor it by selecting only French death metal bands.
Valentin B - 18.06.2010 at 19:22  
A better line-up than this year's Hellfest? well, Sonisphere Romania already has that
aporyon - 18.06.2010 at 20:14  
Well this maryland deathfest was the best line up that i ever seen in my life, but a if i can make a festival i'll put.

Opening Act: Intronaut

Warm-up: Revocation

Direct Support Act: Impaled

Headliner: Emperor

After Party: Suffocation

Yes I know that it's very fucked up
Black_Handed - 18.06.2010 at 20:19  
Written by aporyon on 18.06.2010 at 20:14

Well this maryland deathfest was the best line up that i ever seen in my life, but a if i can make a festival i'll put.

Opening Act: Intronaut

Warm-up: Revocation

Direct Support Act: Impaled

Headliner: Emperor

After Party: Suffocation

Yes I know that it's very fucked up


no its actually quite varied and twisted . gj
!J.O.O.E.! - 18.06.2010 at 20:54  
OUCH! MY POOR EARS-FEST!

Opening Act: Bone Awl... who bow out due to technical reasons and are replaced with Ash Pool

Warm Up: Watchmaker

Direct Support: Agoraphobic Nosebleed

Headline: Ildjarn

After Party: Robedoor doing a free improv set with Skullflower
Heissayen - 18.06.2010 at 20:56  
Opening Act: Skeletonwitch

Warm-up: Cavalera Conspiracy

Direct Support Act: CoB

Headliner: Death

After Party: Dethklok
Shipwrecked - 18.06.2010 at 23:45  
[b][/b]BrianFest!

Opening Act: Imperanon

Warm Up: Skyfire

Direct Support Act: Symphony X

Headliner: Death

After Party: Wintersun (assuming they've released Time by now)
Doc Godin - 18.06.2010 at 23:52  
Quote:
the Canadian elites aren't awake yet so I can't order them to fetch me some new booze.


Remember that chili I served you last night? Yeah, I shit in it.

Anywho, awesome festival...hmmm

Doc's Birthday Party Fest

Opening Act: 3 Inches Of Blood

Warm-Up: High On Fire

Direct Support Act: Keep Of Kalessin

Headliner: Danzig-era Misfits reunion

After Party: Hardcore Superstar
enumaelis - 19.06.2010 at 01:02  
OPENING ACT - Therion
WARM-UP - Sabbat (With Walkyier)
DIRECT SUPPORT ACT - Arkona
HEADLINER - Death
AFTER PARTY - Pain

Would be a nice festival :P:P
StarBarer - 19.06.2010 at 01:30  
OPENING ACT - Crotchduster (LMFAO)
WARM-UP - Electric Wizard (Electric Wizard Album)
DIRECT SUPPORT ACT - In Flames
HEADLINER - Dark Tranquillity
AFTER PARTY - DIO... Sad

With the DIO raising from the dead would be enough alone to be way better than Hellfest
BitterCOld - 19.06.2010 at 03:41  
For starters, i think HF 10 is tough to beat... and it's not just me towing the company line. the presence of both Ulver and a Godflesh reunion... wowzerz.

BitterFest i'm avoiding horribly bleak oppressive stuff (see: Godflesh) for happy fun party times.

Opening Act - The Vandals. They aren't metal. so fucking what. there is punk at Hellfest, there is punk at BitterFest. they know how to put on a great show with tons of energy and party atmosphere. (set would include Waffy calling underage girls up on stage, serenading them with Teen Idol, then a nice double round of "Butt Bongos")

Warm-Up - High On Fire. hate to slot them here rather than deeper, but it's five bands only.

Direct Support Act - Exodus. Circa early Zetro years. After being Fury Whipped by HOF, it's time to do the Toxic Waltz

Headliner - Ministry. Circa "Psalm 69". a raging great intense party.

After Party - Darkthrone. Circa now. Sure they don't play live, but the odds of them playing BitterFest are about the same as the odds of BitterFest happening. Their last several albums would be great for a rowdy after party.
Koen Smits - 19.06.2010 at 06:43  
Opening: Caducity: cause my fest is in Belgium I choose a Belgian band to open it. Straight-on death metal.
Warm Up: Vomitory: never seen this Swedish death metallers but I'm sure they kick ass!
Support: Rotting Christ: I love their early work, but at my fest they can only play songs from Khronos and later.
Headliner: Carcass: must play whole Symphonies Of Sickness, some Reek..and some Necroticism...
After Party: Darkthrone: can only play songs from their 4 last albums. Great drinking party!!!

Jammy international line-up!
And guess what: I'm seeing Carcass next week @Graspop Metal Meeting!
Fat & Sassy! - 19.06.2010 at 07:50  
Opening Act: Hinder

Warm-Up: Breaking Benjamin

Direct Support Act: Creed

Headliner: Nickleback

After Party: Stained



But if that dream couldn't come true, then...



Opening Act: Scorpions

Warm-Up: Atheist

Direct Support Act: Savatage

Headliner: Led Zeppelin original line-up

After Party: Pain of Salvation

>:[
Derwood - 19.06.2010 at 08:29  
Written by Fat & Sassy! on 19.06.2010 at 07:50

Opening Act: Hinder

Warm-Up: Breaking Benjamin

Direct Support Act: Creed

Headliner: Nickleback

After Party: Stained



Dude, you forgot Finger Eleven!

Hmm...


Opening act - Rumpelstiltskin Grinder
Warm up - Oranssi Pazuzu
Direct support - Riverside
Headliner - Behemoth
After Party - Process of Guilt

For a twisted evening of massive metal mood swings.
oroboros - 19.06.2010 at 09:59  
Opening Act: Kylesa

Warm-Up: High on Fire

Direct Support Act: Insomnium

Headliner: Gojira

After Party: Misery Index
Valentin B - 19.06.2010 at 10:34  
Written by Fat & Sassy! on 19.06.2010 at 07:50

Opening Act: Hinder

Warm-Up: Breaking Benjamin

Direct Support Act: Creed

Headliner: Nickleback

After Party: Stained



But if that dream couldn't come true, then...



Opening Act: Scorpions

Warm-Up: Atheist

Direct Support Act: Savatage

Headliner: Led Zeppelin original line-up

After Party: Pain of Salvation

>:[

dude, Scorpions as the opening act? that's kinda fucked up no?
LeChron James - 19.06.2010 at 10:58  
OPENER: "DROUGHT 3" ERA LIL WAYNE
WARM UP: LIL WYTE
DIRECT SUPPORT: IMMORTAL TECHNIQUE
HEADLINER: "LETS GET FREE" ERA DEAD PREZ
AFTER PARTY: WU. TANG.

not that the last three would ever be in the same place as the first two, but one could only dream.
Fat & Sassy! - 19.06.2010 at 10:58  
Written by Valentin B on 19.06.2010 at 10:34

dude, Scorpions as the opening act? that's kinda fucked up no?


Seeing as how their discography is the weakest, I'd say that it's fair... Assuming they'd play some stuff from post-Taken by Force.
Fat & Sassy! - 19.06.2010 at 10:59  
Written by LeChron James on 19.06.2010 at 10:58

OPENER: "DROUGHT 3" ERA LIL WAYNE
WARM UP: LIL WYTE
DIRECT SUPPORT: IMMORTAL TECHNIQUE
HEADLINER: "LETS GET FREE" ERA DEAD PREZ
AFTER PARTY: WU. TANG.

not that the last three would ever be in the same place as the first two, but one could only dream.


I like this. It'd be a big surprise. XD
LeChron James - 19.06.2010 at 11:12  
Written by Fat & Sassy! on 19.06.2010 at 10:59

I like this. It'd be a big surprise. XD

Everyone would be soooooo pissed hahahaha
Valentin B - 19.06.2010 at 14:07  
It was hard to cramp only 5 bands but here goes, Vali's Hellfestpwnzorfest:

opening act: Saxon with Dawson and Oliver reunion show, playing only stuff from the first 6 albums

warm-up: Blind Guardian

support: Iced Earth- at the end of the set, Jon gets out his acoustic guitar and without saying anything starts playing the Demons and Wizards tune Fiddler On The Green, with Hansi Kursch on vocals

main act: Judas Priest

afterparty: Diamond Head
corrupt - 19.06.2010 at 15:15  
Corrupts corrupted corruptionfest:

Opening Act: Theatre Of Tragedy, original lineup with a special Theatre Of Tragedy and Velvet Darkness They Fear set.
Playtime: 120 minutes.

Warm-up: Arcturus, original lineup with Garm and Vortex.
Playtime: 120 minutes.

Direct Support: X Japan, Hide resurrected from the dead.
Playtime: 180 minutes.

Headliner: Emperor, Ihsahn, Samoth, Alver, Trym with a full-length set of each album in order. Thorns On My Grave would be the last song. Awesome!
Playtime: 240 minutes

After-Party: Bloodbath, current lineup with Dan Swanö and Peter Tagtgren where appropriate.
Playtime: 120 minutes.

Awesome! I'll start planning right away.
Panterica - 19.06.2010 at 15:31  
Come To IL You Asses Fest:

Opening Act: Soundgarden - Not very metal, but great music.

Warm Up: Pantera (1988-1992) - Is there a better way to get into the mood than getting a Thrash/Groove metal band as warm up?

Direct Support Act: Children Of Bodom - If you won't take your hat off, they'll take your head off.

Main Act: Opeth - I gotta see them again with decent sound.

Afterparty: Mastodon (Crack The Skye) - The only album that these guys made that I love, but it's one of the of the albums I LOVE.

*I wanted to put Skid Row/Led Zeppelin as an opening act, but putting Panthera as a Warm Up act wasted both of my wildcards.
Promonex - 19.06.2010 at 16:08  
Promonex spending his Friday at Hellfest Fest:

Opening act: Between the Buried and Me
Warm-up: Infectious Grooves
Direct support: The Young Gods
Headliner: Godflesh
After-party: Ulver

And tonight Fields of the Nephilim. Sucks to be you who are NOT posting here from the Hellfest wifi bus!
Fat & Sassy! - 19.06.2010 at 19:28  
Written by Promonex on 19.06.2010 at 16:08

Warm-up: Infectious Grooves


Wait. WHAT?
*Has feelings of extreme jealousy*
D:<
Soulweeper - 19.06.2010 at 20:17  
Metal Up Your Fucking Ass Festival

Opening Act: High On Fire
Warm-up: Evile
Direct Support Act: Vader
Headliner: Immortal
After Party: Prong
afu - 19.06.2010 at 20:19  
Opener: Baroness
Warm-up: High On Fire
Direct Support: Danzig
Headliner: Black Sabbath
After-party: Monster Magnet
Damnated_Soul - 19.06.2010 at 20:44  
My fest would be Gothic as hell:

TOTAL FUCKING DARKNESS FEST:

Opening act: Desire (Doom Metal) - Since I'm portuguese I believe it would be good to start with portuguese metal band.

Warm-up: Moonspell (Gothic/Black Metal) - I know, another portuguese but hey, early Moonspell is fucking awsome.

Direct Support: Draconian (Gothic Doom Metal) - Playing whole Where Lovers Mourn album and some more songs. Starting with Scenery of Loss & The Amaranth. Death Come Near Me had to be played as well as Expostulation and Heaven Laid In Tears (these two played like one).

Headliner: Cradle of Filth (Symphonic Black Metal) - Only their early works till Cruelty and the Beast. Starting with Forest Whispers My Name and Finishing with Bathory Aria (YAY *_*). Funeral in Carpathia, Ebony Dressed for Sunset, A Gothic Romance and Beauty Slept in Sodom would have to be played. Oh, and Paul Allender has to be on Lead Guitar!

After-party: Noctem (Fuck, Extreme Black Metal?) - Their brutal, violent, sadistic black metal would just blow away the rest of the audience's energy.

Fuck! Now that I read it, it would be my dream Festival *_*
Don Martin - 19.06.2010 at 22:58  
Written by Koen Smits on 19.06.2010 at 06:43

Headliner: Carcass: must play whole Symphonies Of Sickness, some Reek..and some Necroticism...
After Party: Darkthrone: can only play songs from their 4 last albums. Great drinking party!!!

Agree with the Darkthrone and Carcass!

Blastapalooza

Opening: Suhrim
Great Belgian death metal band, sadly split last year I think, if you find their last effort Happy Hour in the shops, buy it!

Warm-up: Haemorrhage
Great fun! Best goregrind band all around.

Support: Devourment
Topping the standards of brutality for over years, this band. Must play at least one song with the ressurected Wayne Knupp.

Headliner: Autopsy
This recently dug up death metal legend is my headliner, must play their whole discography. And a couple of songs written only for my festival, the performance will be available on dvd and cd at ridiculous prices.

Afterparty: Hirax
Having only released 4 studio albums in 20 years or so, this is going to a short afterparty hehe. Great thrash with a singer that looks like Lenny Kravitz but will eat Lenny alive.

Can't wait to see Carcass at GMM, I also expect many good things from Bloodbath. Gonna see them, Dizzeke?
Ag Fox - 20.06.2010 at 02:59  
Damn... five bands only >:

Opening: Shade Empire
Only playing material from the first two albums. This is some Symphonic / Industrial Black Metal aka synth fest >:D

Warm-Up: Heaven Shall Burn
Blazing death infused metalcore. Preferably songs from the latest album Invictus and Deaf To Our Prayers

Direct Support: Nightwish
I like Nightwish with Anette please. The most mainstream thing here

Headliner: Arcturus
Need Garm & Vortex here

Afterparty: Yearning
Summons Juhani from his grave for some amazing Atmospheric Doom >:
Derwood - 20.06.2010 at 06:24  
All right - call this my second night - Metal Evolution

Opening - Led Zeppelin
From their first four albums

Warm Up - Black Sabbath
Ozzy era

Direct Support - Judas Priest
Sad Wings through Defenders

Headliner - Iron Maiden
The Number of the Beast through Seventh Son

After Party - Death

They all get the same amount of stage time. A head banging tour of the development of metal from its inception into the 90's. I need one more band so I can work Slayer in there as well...
seafood - 20.06.2010 at 14:40  
CRAZY-DEATH-JAZZ-PROG-FEST

Opening act: WAYD - local avant/jazz-death band, perfect opener for an event like this

Warm up: UNEXPECT - music getting weirder

Direct support: ATHEIST - continuation of madness

Headliner: HAGGARD - maybe not as strange, but hell, it's death metal with symphonic orchestra, what more do you want ?!

Afterparty: CYNIC - no need for explanation
albatros - 20.06.2010 at 22:29  
Albatros's Rumblefest 2010

Opening act :

Sabaton - 45 minutes to wake everybody up.

Warm-up :

Deadlock - 50 minutes straight to the bones

Direct support :

Vicious Crusade - 70 minutes Rock'n Roll with the lost generation from Belorus

Headliner :

Cryptic Wintermoon - 90 minutes neck shattering in a blackish, thrashing symphony.

After Party :

Pain - it goes On And On And On ...
Black_Handed - 20.06.2010 at 23:18  
Written by seafood on 20.06.2010 at 14:40

Opening act: WAYD - local avant/jazz-death band, perfect opener for an event like this


wow what a great choice. shame that theyre hardly known outside slovakia and czech rep.

general: shouldnt we give this a little more meaning? like summing it up, and choosing the best lineup? its your article Thryce. what was your original idea with this? apart of the obvious random elitist wankery (woo check my own picks, kvlt isnt it! ).
Mongoose2557 - 21.06.2010 at 06:05  
Opening Act: Falkenbach

Warm-up: Tyr

Direct Support Act: Insomnium

Headliner: Amon Amarth

After Party: Swallow the Sun
darktemplar007 - 21.06.2010 at 06:17  
Opening: Amon Amarth

Warm-Up: Novembers Doom

Support: Acid Bath (brought back together with their bassist from the grave)

Headliner: Agalloch

Afterparty: Ensiferum (Iron era)
Dangerboner - 21.06.2010 at 09:00  
BONERFEST


Opening: Carcass - I'm just in a Carcass mood I guess, plus they ruled that one time I saw them

Warm-Up: Dying Fetus - Seen them like four or five times and they always bring it

Support: Darkthrone - They never play live, so I think it would be sweet to see them

Headliner: Bathory - Preferrably only playing stuff from the first 4 albums

Afterparty: Rainbow - I guess this would end up being a headliner lol

These lists change for me every time I do them

I'm surprised there aren't more Dio posts, and yes, I know I broke the rule by having too many dead people
Koen Smits - 21.06.2010 at 11:46  
Written by Don Martin on 19.06.2010 at 22:58


Can't wait to see Carcass at GMM, I also expect many good things from Bloodbath. Gonna see them, Dizzeke?


Off course, first Behemoth, Bloodbath and last gig for me this year, Amon Amarth.
Ellrohir - 21.06.2010 at 12:21  
Opening Act: Equilibrium
Warm-up: Moonsorrow
Direct Support Act: Sabaton
Headliner: Blind Guardian
After Party: Arkona
Yavanna - 21.06.2010 at 15:58  
Written by Valentin B on 19.06.2010 at 14:07

It was hard to cramp only 5 bands but here goes, Vali's Hellfestpwnzorfest:

opening act: Saxon with Dawson and Oliver reunion show, playing only stuff from the first 6 albums

warm-up: Blind Guardian

support: Iced Earth- at the end of the set, Jon gets out his acoustic guitar and without saying anything starts playing the Demons and Wizards tune Fiddler On The Green, with Hansi Kursch on vocals

main act: Judas Priest

afterparty: Diamond Head



Fiddler on the green? It worth the whole festival (for me)...
I would only change Diamond Head for Moonspell
Ilham - 21.06.2010 at 17:34  
Haha. I know I'm not adding anything interesting to the discussion, but I just wanted to say, I've been to Hellfest 2010 .
Heinosity - 21.06.2010 at 23:12  
Written by Ilham on 21.06.2010 at 17:34

Haha. I know I'm not adding anything interesting to the discussion, but I just wanted to say, I've been to Hellfest 2010 .


You lucky bastard!

Ok, here we go:

Opening Act: Skeletonwitch (my homies!)
Warm-up: Behemoth
Direct Support Act: Dimmu Borgir
Headliner: Original Mercyful Fate Reunion (playing stuff from Mercyful Fate, Melissa, and Don't Break the Oath)
After Party: Witchery

Yeah, I know Mercyful Fate is not nearly as brutal as the other bands, but IMHO any self respecting, trueblood black metallers (especially those age 35 and over), have alot of love for them...
albatros - 21.06.2010 at 23:28  
Written by Ellrohir on 21.06.2010 at 12:21

Opening Act: Equilibrium
Warm-up: Moonsorrow
Direct Support Act: Sabaton
Headliner: Blind Guardian
After Party: Arkona


oh, excellent. If you only please could reverse the running order I'll attend gladly.
arwestromen - 22.06.2010 at 03:10  
This sounds like a fun idea

Awesome Festival 2010

Opening Act: Lost Horizon... Daniel Heiman and the other guys reunites for one more gig

Warm-Up: Misfits reunion... both Danzig and Graves era

Direct Support Act: Metallica... Because they aren't as good as the headliners

Headliner: Iron Maiden... If metal bands where mountains, then this band would be Mount Everest

After Party: Volbeat... Great party music
Diabolos - 22.06.2010 at 08:41  
Ok, 5 bands are not much, so I decided to make a special "best of Austria festival"

Opening Act: Die Verbannten Kinder Evas
Warm-Up: Dornenreich
Direct Support Act: Estatic Fear
Headliner: Summoning
After Party: Hollenthon

Best festival ever
Mikyz - 22.06.2010 at 13:08  
Opening Act
Warning - Watching From a Distance

Warm-up
Alcest - Souvenirs d'un Autre Monde

Direct Support Act
Taake - Hordalands Doedskvad

Headliner
Dissection - Storm of the Light's Bane

After Party
Rapture - Songs for the Withering

Well that's about it
Black_Handed - 22.06.2010 at 13:48  
Written by Diabolos on 22.06.2010 at 08:41

Ok, 5 bands are not much, so I decided to make a special "best of Austria festival"

Opening Act: Die Verbannten Kinder Evas
Warm-Up: Dornenreich
Direct Support Act: Estatic Fear
Headliner: Summoning
After Party: Hollenthon

Best festival ever


best of austria and no tristwood? pfft. (silly trolling/flame-warish post, ignore P)
Amatsu Mikaboshi - 22.06.2010 at 23:16  
OPENING ACT - Carcass

WARM-UP - Behemoth

DIRECT SUPPORT ACT - Nile

HEADLINER - Sepultura (Maybe the Cavalera lineup reunited for a good, surprising measure)

AFTER PARTY - Neurosis

The headliner proved difficult. I didn't want to be all around having the same group of genres and ages but neither too vague or varied completely... There were ideas of also including Nevermore, Morbid Angel, Immortal and Moonnsorrow aswell.
Amatsu Mikaboshi - 22.06.2010 at 23:21  
Written by Amatsu Mikaboshi on 22.06.2010 at 23:16

OPENING ACT - Carcass

WARM-UP - Behemoth

DIRECT SUPPORT ACT - Nile

HEADLINER - Sepultura (Maybe the Cavalera lineup reunited for a good, surprising measure)

AFTER PARTY - Neurosis

The headliner proved difficult. I didn't want to be all around having the same group of genres and ages but neither too vague or varied completely... There were ideas of also including Nevermore, Morbid Angel, Immortal and Moonnsorrow aswell.


OH! And should Sepultura play all of Arise, and most of Beneath the Remains and Schizophrenia with maybe Derrick jumping into it at times and outclassing Max for epicly hailarious measure...

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