Extreme Metal Television has posted a video recap of the 2014 edition of "The World's Biggest Heavy Metal Cruise" — 70000 Tons Of Metal — which sailed January 27 to January 31 from Miami, Florida to Costa Maya, Mexico and back. The 11-minute clip, which can be seen below, features interviews with Burton C. Bell and Dino Cazares from FEAR FACTORY; OBITUARY's Donald Tardy; and Steve DiGiorgio of DEATH TO ALL. In addition, metal legends RAVEN stop by to recount a "terrible tale from the road."40 heavy metal bands and 2,000 fans from all over the world traveled once again to the Caribbean for a five-day and four-night trip of a lifetime. The trip included unrestricted festival access to all live shows on board, metal karaoke until sunrise, the all-star jam, clinics, workshops, our infamous Belly Flop Contest, bars that never close, two full days at sea and the opportunity to mingle side by side with the artists. The 2015 edition of 70000 Tons Of Metal will be held from Monday, January 22 to Friday, January 26.
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