SONISPHERE Festival: First-Ever Yearbook Due Next Month

The U.K. edition of the Sonisphere festival sold out this year as each day 60,000 festival-goers from all across Europe made the pilgrimage to Knebworth. Nearly a million people across the world watched the official webcast, making Sonisphere the major event in the heavy metal calendar.

Rufus Stone Limited Editions is proud to present the first-ever Sonisphere yearbook... a unique photographic look at this year's festival from backstage, front of stage, the audience, the technicians, the stars... in fact, Sonisphere as you've never seen it before! Rufus Stone's team of photographers was given unrivalled levels of access (not just Knebworth but at all of this year's Sonispheres across Europe!) to bring you a major publishing event.

The book will be released in two strictly limited editions, each destined to become truly collectible. Pre-ordering is essential to secure your copy later this year... in time for Christmas. These exclusive books are not available from shops... only online from Rufus Stone. The standard edition is 40 plus P+P and the luxurious Hardkase edition is 200 plus P+P.

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