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Italy, Naples-based symphonic metallers Poemisia are confirmed, as main support, for Russian folk / pagan metallers Arkona on their show in Kiev, on March 12th!
"For all our beautiful Ukrainian fans, this is for you! After our very first show in Kiev just two years ago, our second one last year, we couldn't miss this year, so it's time for the third one! We're very glad to support Arkona for this show and would be very pleased to meet all of you amazing people again! See you on stage!!"
The musical style of Poemisia is focused on sounds which combine metal music to opera and symphonic elements. This duality leads to a tendency to mark the continuous conflict between darkness and light, between death and life, between Hell and Heaven, sometimes also in a peculiar grotesque way. This is fully reflected also in the lyrics which have always a refined nature. Poemisia
Ukrainian metal act Aftermoon are proud to announce "Phase One Tour 2016"!
30.10 Iasi (RO) – Indoor Metal Festival
1.11 Romnicu Valcea – Aby Stage Bar
2.11 Varna (BG) Varna Live Club
3.11 Cluj Napoca (RO) – Hard Club
4.11 Satu Mare – (RO) Club Algeria
5.11 Szekesfehervar (HU) – Nycolas Muhely
6.11 Targu Mures (RO) – Jazz & Blus Pub
7.11 Oradea (RO) Club Mozskva
1.11 Chisinau (MD) Albion Club
Epic Celtic Death Metal outfit Steignyr have recently confirmed the complete amount of shows that will compose the European Tour "The Prophecy of the Highland 2016".
15/07 - Lille / Le Midland (Fr)
16/07 - Leuven / Rock Café Leuven (Be)
17/07 - Geleen / Cafe Zaal de Reunie (Nl)
21/07 - Berlin / Chesters (De)
23/07 - Prague / Exit Us (Cz)
24/07 - Budapest / Showbarlang (Hu)
29/07 - Kiev / Carpathian Alliance (Ua)
21/09 - Barcelona / Bóveda (Es)
The band recently unveiled their latest video "Hammer of Agony (Live)" extracted from this last album and you can watch it by clicking HERE!
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