Saturday, 30 March 2019

Percival "Slavny Tur III" - 30.03.19 Stary Klasztor, Wrocław

On 30th of March in Wroclaw the band Percival promoted their newest release SLAVA! III. The concert also included a special set of "The Witcher" soundtrack.
Percival is the band whose main inspiration is Slavic history and culture. Their popularity grew rapidly after creating the music to beforementioned "The Witcher. Wild Hunt" game. They have released five albums so far. 

Friday, 22 March 2019

Wayfarers and Warriors Tour Wroclaw - Korpiklaani, Turisas, Trollfest

A fair dose of laughter, positive energy, strong sonic kicks, loads of fantastic sounds, sense of humour and sharp music blast - does it sound like a description of a Metal concert? Well, even if it doesn’t I must say the best I got from Wroclaw part of “Wayfarers and Warriors” tour was a huge amount of joy and endorphins. Three bands - KORPIKLAANI, TURISAS and TROLLFEST - played four concerts in Poland in March (Gdansk, Warsaw, Cracow and Wroclaw) and the combined Norway-Finland Folk / Power Metal attack on the city was a huge success.   Read more Reflections of Darkness

Monday, 4 March 2019

COVENANT: Fieldworks Tour 2019 support Empathy Test, Grabyourface

The 2nd of March was the date that was marked in my calendar as the one when I'd finally see the triumphant return of Covenant to stage. The Fieldworks Tour 2019 that started back on 7th of February in Berlin finally got to its grand finale in Leipzig. The supporting bands for Covenant were the Brits of EMPATHY TEST and - for the first time (technically – second – after Jena show) - GRABYOURFACE. It was a celebration understood in many ways – not only was it a real feast of fantastic music and atmosphere but also a joyous champagne drinking to mark the entire tour as a great success. The crowd that came that night to der Anker was enthusiastic enough to fill the air with the aura of excitement and energy one may experience only at the very best events of the kind. I think the artist met the high expectations and left the audience recharged, happy and invigorated.

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