2019 – welcome to hell!

The first month of 2019 couldn’t be better! These three gigs are going to be kickass!

January 10: Michale Graves (ex-Misfits) – Support: The Crimson Ghosts (Robot, Budapest)


Michale Graves (if you haven’t read our exclusive interview with him yet – then just click here) kicked in the door of the music scene in 1995 as the lead singer and songwriter of one of the most legendary punk rock bands of all time, The Misfits. The Hungarian fans had to wait quite long to his first concert in Budapest, but it finally happened in April in 2018. The show was sold out, so it was not a question that the legendary musician will return. Get your tickets here!

January 25: Amorphis, Soilwork, Jinjer, Nailed to Obscurity (Barba Negra, Budapest)


Finnish melancholic progressive metallers AMORPHIS released their enormously successful new album »Queen Of Time«, on May 18th, 2018 through Nuclear Blast. To present their new hymns live on stage, the band is pleased to announce that they will join forces with visionary Swedish metallers SOILWORK for a European co-headline run in early 2019. The band is currently working hard on the follow-up to 2015’s hit album »The Ride Majestic« (Nuclear Blast). The trek will mark SOILWORK’s first tour in support of their new record. As if this package wasn’t great enough, these headliners will be supported by Ukrainian modern metal outfitJINJER plus German melodic death/doom metallers NAILED TO OBSCURITY, who are working on their Nuclear Blast debut. Do not miss it out!

January 29: Behemoth – Support: Wolves in the Throne Room, At The Gates (The Circus, Helsinki)


“We hear your cries, Europe!” – stated the band at the official Facebook event. “We’re super excited to announce the continuation of the ‘Ecclesia Diabolica’ World Tour on to the hallowed grounds of Europe and Scandinavia. We bring together our Unholy Trinity completed by At The Gates and Wolves In The Throne Room to manifest a sacrilegious swarm that will consume the continent and…beyond!’ says Behemoth frontman Adam Nergal Darski about the tour announcement of the band’s ‘Ecclesia Diablica Evropa e.v. Tour 2019’.” This is gonna be hella good – buy your pass here.

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