HAMMERFALL Members Perform Metal Classics On Swedish TV

HAMMERFALL members Joacim Cans (vocals) and Oscar Dronjak (guitar) participated in "Hell's Jingle Bells", a Christmas show hosted by Mattias and Melker, two popular metal-journalist personalities from Swedish radio and TV. The program, which aired on the Swedish television (SVT) Sunday night (December 27), included performances of a number of heavy metal and hard rock classics, including MOTÖRHEAD's "Ace Of Spades", AC/DC's "Highway To Hell", DIO's "Holy Diver", METALLICA's "Enter Sandman", TWISTED SISTER's "We're Not Gonna Take It", JUDAS PRIEST's "Breaking The Law", ALICE COOPER's "Poison" and W.A.S.P.'s "I Wanna be Somebody" and KISS's "Rock And Roll All Nite". The entire show is now available for viewing online at this location.

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