4 NEW BOOKINGS
CANNIBAL CORPSE, ENSIFERUM, AGALLOCH, WINTERFYLLETH
We are very happy to announce four new killer bookings for our festival edition 2015. We really hope you enjoy the new arrivals as much as we do. By the way…the ticket pre-sale runs fast and in case you still wanna catch a early-bird shirt you better hurry!
Sometimes, a band can completely divide its fanbase right down the middle by making changes in their sound, or revising their identity altogether. They try new directions or sometimes ride the waves of popularity in what mainstream metal shifts towards. We feel like no one has ever had these sorts of problems with CANNIBAL CORPSE, in their quarter-century long career. Honestly, have these guys ever put out a bad album? If any Death Metal fan exists who isn’t into CANNIBAL CORPSE, (unbloody likely, but they could exist), you better do your homework. One of the greatest and biggest Death Metal bands around will play Party.San Metal Open Air 2015: CANNIBAL CORPSE.
From the chilly Scandinavian homeland which they draw their inspiration, ENSIFERUM sits atop the heap of modern folk-metal bands. Along with other few genre standbys ENSIFERUM have built their reputation with heroic lyrics, power-metal riffs, and raspy guttural vocals. The band is well known for their very entertaining live shows and it´s about time that these northmen return to german soil. ENSIFERUM live at Party.San Metal Open Air 2015.
For a band that has spent the last 15 years gracefully and aggressively testing the limits of the sound that heavy metal makes, Portland’s AGALLOCH have explored many ways. AGALLOCH have twisted Black Metal into a fabric of folk reverie, classical grandeur and atmospheric washes. There have been exultant harmonies and disembodied howls, chamber music interludes and industrial noise ruptures, gilded acoustic fantasies and barbaric electric marches. From the start, AGALLOCH created new ways to work these disparate elements into complicated prog-rock forms—song suites, lengthy tracks, uninterrupted albums—while maintaining momentum. See the band live at Party.San Metal Open Air 2015.
Upon the moors of ancient Albion, a cold wind of Black Metal fury has been roaring, growing steadily in pitch since its first stirrings back in 2007. England’s own WINTERFYLLETH has pretty much branded English Black Metal into the flesh of the international map. The name WINTERFYLLETH is derived from the Old English for ‘winter full moon’, a moniker which brings about visions of frost amid foggy moors of naked trees, benighted and ancient. You are facing one of the greatest Black Metal bands from the old island…see them live at Party.San Metal Open Air 2015.
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