Rhapsody of Fire, Lord of The Lost & More Join Equilibrium, Evil Scarecrow, Xentrix & Many More for HRH Metal Meltdown IV26th February 2019 0 By John Deaux
It’s cycle 4 and for 5 days only we’re offering you all the deal of the century! 25 quid, no booking fee for 40 bands over 2 days and 3 arenas, a complete Metal Meltdown next February and yes, it’s gotta be HRH Metal IV!
Here’s what’s just been added to make it even more worthwhile to take advantage of this offer…
Headliners Rhapsody of Fire will re-write the HRH Metal IV script – the symphonic metal legends bringing with them the spirit of the legendary Christopher Lee to Birmingham’s O2 Academy. The home of heavy metal will welcome the million-selling Italians as they show the metal legions why their career has spanned over 20 years and 12 studio albums.
Germans Lord of the Lost promise a wild ride across almost every genre of metal – from Latin infused metal to dark rock through symphonic, industrial and metalcore. Frontman and founder Chris Harms leaves no boulder unturned in his pursuit of their unique brand of sweat, sex and rock’n’roll.
We’ve really pulled one out of the dark metal bag for HRH Metal IV – Japan’s very own black metal horde Ethereal Sin come to conquer these shores and head to the O2 Academy in Birmingham next February. Founded in 1997 by Yama Darkblaze, she leads her black flame of symphonic melodic pagan black metal to Britain for the very first time!
Not only that, but Londoners Die Kur will supply their own unique brand of energy to the O2 Academy stage as they showcase their 2 decades of industrial metal, while Bedford based Dialekt will continue to build their reputation as purveyors of nu-metal post grunge metalcore.
So what are you waiting for? We still have another dozen to announce, but the offer finishes Sunday night at midnight then shoots up to £40.
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