Beretta, Laudare, Farsot und Anthem For A Dying Day
20. April @ 20:00 - 21. April @ 3:00
Die Musik: Irgendwo zwischen Punk und Metal. Die Shows: Punk. Mit Liedern wie “Seemannsreise”, “Inside of me” oder “Bonnie&Clyde” bringen die vier Jungs aus Lörrach gute Laune in jeden Schuppen. Sauber kommen, dreckig gehen. Zerstörte Instrumente inklusive
“He who has an ear, let him hear.”
She who has an eye, let her witness.
Farsot have never liked being pigeon-holed. Flirting with Depressive Black Metal on their first recordings, the five musicians from Thuringia learned to stand on their own feet with their debut album “IIII” – not only stylistically, but conceptionally as well. In this manner, they created a classic of avant-garde Black Metal. In 2011, these musicians – who work under cryptic noms de plume – released the legitimate successor “Insects,” furthering their reputation as one of Germany’s most original and extravagant Black Metal bands.
Anthem For A Dying Day:
Anthem For A Dying Day is more than just a band. It’s a bundle of pure energy consisting of five young lads from Switzerland, a band of brothers sticking together through thick and thin. A well-defined “in your face”-mentality is as important to their signature as well as a diversity of shattering and exciting riffs in the great style of modern metal bands.
Rebellious and alive to make a statement, Anthem For A Dying Day is bringing back the metal-attitude that most bands nowadays are lacking: Reckless, loud and without compromises. Down to earth, always good for a laugh and connected with their fanbase, the boys made it clear that diva-tantrums and a stuck-up behaviour is a no-go for them. Unrestrained motivation and determination let them enter the Swiss metal scene with a foot in the door and their ambitions will carry them further.