BLOOD RED THRONE And URKRAFT Confirmed For Denmark’s ROYAL METAL FEST
Norwegian death metallers BLOOD RED THRONE have been confirmed for the Royal Metal Fest, set to take place February 8-9 at Voxhall in Århus, Denmark. The band will replace DHG (DØDHEIMSGARD), who was forced to cancel their appearance due to the recent split with vocalist Kvohst. Moreover, Danish death metallers URKRAFT will take over the vacant slot left by LAST MILE, who had to cancel due to a member suffering from a serious back injury.
The complete festival billing is as follows:
Friday, February 8:
BURNING SKIES (UK)
SPECTRAL MORTUARY (DK)
Saturday, February 9:
THE HAUNTED (SE)
BLOOD RED THRONE (NO)
THE BURNING (DK)
A KID HEREAFTER IN THE GRINDING LIGHT (DK)
For more information, visit MetalRoyale.dk.
BLOOD RED THRONE's video for the song "Taste of God" can be viewed below. The track comes off the group's latest CD, "Come Death", which received a European release in August via Earache Records.
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