Meet Julian, vocalist of the German old-school Death Metal band Totenkreuz. His festivals provide a stage for his band and to support the local metal scene. His story underlines the weight of personal and social media networks for bands and the local scene. Your's too!
Impressions from the M.I.S.E. Open Air [M:O:A] in Büßfeld back in June. The festival summer has gone with the wind or more precisely blown by the thunder in many cases. The hunger for more is growing already and thus a perfect moment to buy your tickets for 2024. Here, the visual will rule.
Early July 2023, the metal community has already seen the first festivals this year, small ones like RMD’z at Oschersleben, or mid sized like Metal Frenzy Festival, Gardelegen in Germany or Graspop Metal Meeting in Belgium and many more with Rock Harz Festival in plain sight. This year marks the 30th anniversary and promises the best line-up ever with some surprise acts for about 25.000 spectators.
What makes a good festival? The crew behind the scenes! Meet the M.I.S.E. Heavy Metal Club. Let me introduces you to the crew behind the M.I.S.E. Open Air, a chilled metal festival from fans for fans.
Summer has come to the Hessian hinterlands and so have some 1200 metalheads to celebrate the M:O:A festival after two years break. A cosy metal festival with family atmosphere and cool music! Long life the small festivals!
In the woods of the faraway Northern realms, the Dark River Festival was held year after year. Neither rains nor storms, nor foes either huge or invisible could stop Kymi clan from celebrating life with heavy music.
Interview with Crimson Sun vocalist Sini Seppälä and keyboard player Miika Hujanen at the Dark River Festival about handling the situation and being privileged to play on a festival at all in corona summer 2020.