John Garcia (KYUSS, UNIDA, HERMANO) will perform an entire set of KYUSS songs at next year's Roadburn festival, which will be held at the 013 venue and Midi Theatre in Tilburg, Holland from Thursday, April 15 through Sunday, April 18, 2010.
The incredible emotional content of KYUSS is due in large part to the vocals of Garcia. Deeply rooted in blues and baked solid by the searing desert sun, his powerful contributions to the classic KYUSS records "Blues for the Red Sun", "Kyuss" (a.k.a. "Sky Valley") and "Circus Leaves Town" cast the mold for a legion of imitators.
Roadburn festival 2010, including Tom Gabriel Warrior's Only Death Is Real, a GOATSNAKE reunion, CANDLEMASS 25th-anniversary show and ENSLAVED as "artists in residence," will run for three days. There will be an additional afterburner event on Sunday, April 18, 2010.
CANDLEMASS will perform its classic album, "Epicus Doomicus Metallicus", in its entirety, with Johan Längquist (who sang on the original LP) on vocals. There will be a special part of the set that will incorporate new singer Robert Lowe as well.
For more information, visit www.roadburn.com.
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