Members of some of the biggest bands on the Brazilian heavy metal scene — including ANGRA, VIPER, SHAAMAN, DR. SIN, KORZUS, TORTURE SQUAD, TUATHA DE DANANN, CLAUSTROFOBIA, ANDRALLS, BARANGA, MONSTER, BARANGA, SUNSETH MIDNIGHT, HARD ROCKET, and HOLY SAGGA — will join forces for a special performance at the "1st Stay Heavy Metal Stars", set to take place May 25 in São Paulo, Brazil. The musicians will gather to perform classic songs from the heavyweights of the heavy metal/rock scene, including BLACK SABBATH, SLAYER, IRON MAIDEN, METALLICA, JUDAS PRIEST, AC/DC and DEATH. The event will also feature an appearance by the French band SHADYON, who are scheduled to play several gigs in Brazil. It promises to be a historical event that will include several surprises for the audience.
The "1st Stay Heavy Metal Stars" show was organized by the Brazilian TV show "Stay Heavy", which specializes in heavy metal. More information is available at www.stayheavy.com.
(Thanks: Ricardo Batalha / Brasil Music Press)
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