ARTISTS 2018

IRON MAIDEN UK
Yes, you did just read it. To summarize - although most of it would be familiar to most of you - Iron Maiden got their break with their eponymous 1980 debut, while albums like "The number of the beast" (1982), "Piece of mind" (1983) och "Powerslave" (1984) made them the undisputed superstars of heavy metal. The anthemic melodies, the dueling guitars, the galloping bass, the intriguing lyrics, Bruce Dickinson's grandiose vocals, the ever-changing mascot Eddie - this all adds up to an identity unique in heavy metal, and in all of music. Following the tour for their latest blockbuster "The book of souls" (2015) - the band's 16th studio album - Iron Maiden in 2018 begin their colossal arena- and festival tour "Legacy of the beast world tour". This will feature a setlist ripe with 80s' material plus a selection of surprises from the band's more recent output. And also a stage production as majestic as it is multi-faceted - not least as far as Eddie is concerned. In short, this historical SRF debut could not take place under better circumstances. As Bruce Dickinson would, and in all probability will, say: "Scream for me, Sweden Rock!"
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OZZY OSBOURNE UK
One of the greatest legends in metal, and the one who has succeded the most as becoming a superstar twice. As the frontman of Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne co-remodeled rock music forever with songs like "Paranoid" and "Iron man". As a solo artist he has released ten studio albums since 1980, packed with more classics like "Crazy train", "Mr Crowley", "Bark at the moon", "No more tears" and "Gets me through", to name but a few. Ozzy is also renowned for all the great guitarists who have been part of his solo band. Besides iconic original guitarist Randy Rhoads (1956-1982), the most beloved of them all would probably be Zakk Wylde, who has had multiple stints with Ozzy since 1987 as well as become famous in his own right with Black label Society. We are happy to inform you that Ozzy, with Zakk back by his side, will make their only concert on Swedish soil this time around at SRF 2018.
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JUDAS PRIEST UK
Whether they invented heavy metal is debatable, but they were the first to call themselves heavy metal with pride. They also launched heavy metal's distinct "studs and leather"-esthetics and have time and again redefined the genre on albums like "Sad wings of destiny" (1976), "British steel" (1980), "Screaming for vengeance" (1982) och "Painkiller" (1990). Judas Priest are, plain and simple, heavy metal personified, and ever bit as popular and influential after all these years. The band of today consists of core trio Rob Halford (vocals), Glenn Tipton (guitar) and Ian Hill (bass), long-standing drummer Scott Travis and guitarist Richie Faulkner. The first album by this lineup, "Redeemer of souls" (2014), was a great success, and the highly anticipated followup "Firepower" (Judas Priest's 18th album in all) will conveniently arrive just in time before SRF.
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HELLOWEEN D
The albums "Keeper of the seven keys part 1 & 2" (1987/88) founded the phenomenon we now call power metal. The version of Helloween that created these albums has forever a place in metal history. Since this lineup split up in 1988, Helloween has continued making music with great success. Which of course has made their classic lineup - featuring singer Michael Kiske (Unisonic) and guitarist/singer Kai Hansen (Gamma Ray, Unisonic) even more legendary, not least to new fans who never got to see it perform. Now they finally get the chance. Helloween's hugely anticipated "Pumpkins United" tour, featuring the present lineup PLUS Kiske and Hansen, will land at SRF 2018. Needless to say, the concert will be an extra long one.
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STONE SOUR US
Stone Sour from Des Moines, Iowa have one foot in alternative metal and the other in "regular" heavy metal. The band was founded by singer Corey Taylor (Slipknot) and have released six studio albums since 2002. Their big break came in 2006, with sophomore album "Come what(ever) may" and hit single "Through glass". The winning streak has continued with, for instance, concept album duo "House of gold & bones 1 & 2" (2012/13) and most recently the more accessible "Hydrograd" (2017), featuring current single "Rose red violent blue (this song is dumb and so am I).
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KREATOR D
They are Europe's biggest thrash metal band, and also one that was never afraid to experiment. Kreator from Essen, Germany have released fourteen studio albums since 1985. These include thrash metal classics like "Pleasure to kill" (1986) and more recently "Violent revolution" (2001), but also more experimental releases like their most recent epic "Gods of violence" (2017) - the band's first #1 album. Now the SRF crowd will get to experience Kreator like they've never experienced them before: in the dark, with a major production including pyrotechnics, smoke, additional lighting, a multitude of stage props and a dozen LED screens - give or take.
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HEAVY LOAD S
For the first time since 1985, Heavy Load - Sweden's first heavy metal band and the world's first Viking metal band - will return to the stage. Their first album arrived in 1978, but their cult status is founded mainly in their early 80s' releases: the EP "Metal conquest" (1981) and the albums "Death or glory" (1982) and "Stronger than evil" (1983). The band has now been reunited by brothers Ragne (vocals, guitar) and Styrbjörn Wahlquist (vocals, drums) and Torbjörn Ragnesjö (bass), and the fourth classic member Eddy Malm (vocals, guitar) will appear as "special guest" at SRF. The setlist will contain songs from every record and one or two brand new tracks may appear as well.
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ROSE TATTOO AUS
They rank among Australian rock nobility and Guns N' Roses' main influences. Rose Tattoo's debut album was released in 1978 on Albert Records. Alongside labelmates AC/DC and the Angels, they created a brand of their own in raw, blues-based hard rock. Rose Tattoo, featuring singer Angry Anderson, hit the big time with songs like "Bad boy for love", "Nice boys" and "Rock'n'roll outlaw". Internationally they peaked in the early 80s, but have since been inactive for extended periods. Now they're back after a long hiatus - and by Anderson's side, we find the likes of bassist Mark Evans (AC/DC) and guitarist Bob Spencer (the Angels).
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BODY COUNT US
Body Count's eponymous debut made many a headline in 1992. Never before had the world seen a band of African-Americans, creating such raw metal with rap elements, and chronicling life on the mean streets with such explicit candour. "Body Count" became a classic and with the lauded "Bloodlust" in 2017, the band have made it to their sixth album. In the interim several band members have did prematurely, but core duo Ernie C (guitar) and Ice T, singer and hip hop legend, is still intact and they have not mellowed in the slightest.
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TARJA FIN
Many will be overjoyed to see Tarja Turunen at SRF again after seeing her with Sweden Rock Symphony Orchestra 2017 - not to mention the ones who last saw the world-famous soprano at SRF as the frontwoman of Nightwish in 2004. As most of you will know, this groundbreaking symphonic metal band is where Tarja got her break. During her nine years in Nightwish (1996-2005) the band released five studio albums and became one of the biggest names in European metal. Since then, Tarja has moved on with two solo careers, in classical music and rock/metal respectively. In the latter genre, she has released four albums so far, most recently "The shadow self" (2016), which have received an enthusiastic response from old and new fans alike.
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IN THIS MOMENT US
In This Moment from Los Angeles rank among the brightest stars at the current US metal scene. They were formed in 2005 by Maria Brink (vocals) and Chris Howorth (guitar) and at the time could be described as a metalcore band. From their second album "The dream" (2008) the band have kept broadening their sound, from influences as diverse as Pantera, Whitesnake, Deftones and Dead Can Dance. A successful move: the succeding albums "A star-crossed wasteland" (2010), "Blood" (2012), "Black widow" (2014) and "Ritual" (2017) have met with even greater success.
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TURBONEGRO NO
Norway's most celebrated and cult-certified band ever? Turbonegro describe themselves as "deathpunk", and their eclectic career displays their punk attitude to the extent that they have often rebeled even against punk itself. Their third album "Ass cobra" (1996) made them a cult band, the proto-glam infused "Apocalypse dudes" (1998) brought them to the verge of stardom - and then they split. However, their fanbase kept growing, and when Turbonegro returned in 2006 the joy of the public was immense. Just as it was when they heard the news that the band will release their first album in six years this February, called "Rock'n'roll machine".
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WILMER X S
Wilmer X are legends in Swedish rock with 18 studio albums to their credit since 1981. Their roots lie in 60s'- and early 70s' rock, with traces of pop, blues and not least punk. They reached their commercial peak in the early 90s, but topped the Swedish charts as recently as 2005 with their latest album "13:e våningen" (The 13th floor). They now return to the stage after seven years away, to give their 1000th concert at SRF in their classic lineup: Nisse Hellberg (vocals, guitar), Jalle Lorensson (harmonica), Thomas Holst (bass) and Sticky Bomb (drums).
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KILLSWITCH ENGAGE US
Whether you call them metalcore, or representatives of the New Wave of American Heavy Metal, Killswitch Engage are still one of the biggest bands of the respective scene. Their influences lie in the Gothenburg sound, hardcore and thrash metal. Their debut album arrived in 2000 and in 2004, "The end of heartache" gave them their big break. To date, Killswitch Engage have released seven albums and sold over four million copies in the US alone. The three most recent albums - two of whom recorded after original singer Jesse Leach's return to the band - have all made Top 10. Their very most recent, "Incarnate" (2016), have also been called their most eclectic.
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VIXEN US
The classic Vixen lineup only released two studio albums, "Vixen" (1988) och "Rev it up" (1990). This, however, was enough to secure tha band's place in melodic metal history, since the albums contained songs like "Edge of a broken heart", "Cryin'", "How much love" and "Love is a killer". A planned reunion of the band's classic lineup in 2013 was sadly thwarted when guitarist Jan Kuehnemund succumbed to cancer the same fall. The remaining three; Janet Gardner (vocals), Roxy Petrucci (drums, also in Madam X) and Share Pedersen (bass, ex-Dogs D'Amour); decided to continye anyway. Vixen's return to SRF will see Britt Lightning at the guitarist's position.
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HARDCORE SUPERSTAR S
One of Sweden's biggest hard rock acts have gone through several phases since their formation in 1997.Their early releases are an eclectic mixture of hard rock'n'roll, punk and pop. Their fourth album "Hardcore Superstar" (2005) - coincidentally their big break - established them as playing "street metal": sleaze rock with a thrash-influenced aggression. The band maintained this style for four more albums, and then released the experimental "HCSS" in 2015. Their up and coming eleventh album will be more in the veins of classic Hardcore Superstar, the single "Have mercy on me" providing a first appetizer.
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PRETTY MAIDS DK
Albums like "Red hot and heavy" (1984) and "Future world" (1987) are must-haves for any lover of 80s' metal. Furthermore, Denmark's Pretty Maids have stuck to classic metal more persistently than most, and their audience have rewarded this loyalty. Their most recent albums "Pandemonium" (2010), "Motherland" (2013) and "Kingmaker" (2016) have earned Pretty Maids many new admirers. The fact that Ronnie Atkins (also known from Avantasia) is still a great singer and frontman certainly is no disadvantage either.
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PRIMORDIAL IRE
Primordial is Ireland's biggest name in 21st century metal. They debuted in 1995 and got a tremendous popularity boost with their sixth, universally praised album "To the nameless dead" (2007). The band's sound is influenced by Celtic folk music as well as Greek and Norwegian black metal, not to mention dark metal pioneers Celtic Frost and Bathory. The intense vocals and elaborate lyrics by Nemtheanga (Alan Averill) are the icing on the cake. To date Primordial have released eight studio albums and most recently the double live album "Gods to the godless" (2016).
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SKINDRED UK
Welshmen Skindred rank among the true oddballs in heavy music. Their sound is largely a hybrid of metal and reggae, with hints of punk, electronica and hip hop - and more. The band's first album "Babylon" (2002) gave them an instant cult status, which they have reinforced with succeding works like "Union Black" (2011) and most recently "Volume" (2015). Skindred are known as a brilliant live band and have musically been compared to the likes of Living Color, Soulfly and System Of A Down - since Skindred, like them, doesn't sound like anything else.
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JOE LYNN TURNER US
Perennial Sweden fave Joe Lynn Turner has a list of merits as long as his arm. His album discography includes three massive sellers with Rainbow from 1981-83, Yngwie Malmsteen's best selling record "Odyssey" (1988), "Slaves and masters" (1990) with none other than Deep Purple, supergroups Mother's Army, Hughes Turner Project and Rated X, plus ten solo albums. And then some. Simply put, Joe Lynn Turner is one of the most famous, pioneering and popular singers in the realm of melodic hard rock, and on stage he still works as hard as ever.
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SHOOTER JENNINGS US
Artist and producer Shooter Jennings, son of country music legend Waylon Jennings, is a true original. His official debut came in 2001 with cult rockers Stargunn. His first solo single "4th of July" became a hit with the country crowd, and roughly speaking he has kept one foot in outlaw country and the other in Southern rock. When he hasn't, for instance, made a psychedelic, dystopic concept album featuring Stephen King. As in "Black ribbons", the third of Shooter's seven solo albums to date.
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SLADE UK
One of the very biggest bands from the golden age of glam, and an inspiration to countless successors as diverse as Kiss, Ramones, Nirvana and Oasis. From 1971-76 Slade had no less than 17 top 20 hits in Britain - "Cum on feel the noize", "Mama weer all crazee now", "Far far away", "Coz I luv you" and "Merry X-mas everybody", to name but a few. In the 80s they got a second wind with such hits as "My oh my", "Run runaway" and "All join hands". Today, Slade are as active as ever, centered around the perpetual dynamic duo Dave Hill (guitar) and Don Powell (drums). The singer is Mal McNulty (ex-Sweet) while John Berry plays bass and - violin!
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DOC HOLLIDAY US
"Doc Holliday" and "Doc Holliday rides again" (both 1981) are two of the classic albums from the second generation of Southern rock. After which the Georgia band started meddling with their sound and lost touch with their audience. However, Doc Holliday got the picture, returned to Southern rock and remained active until 2011. In 2014, classic frontman Bruce Brookshire advised his forner partner in crime Eddie Stone (keyboards, guitar, vocals) to reunite Doc Holliday for the benefit of all their European fans. Eddie took his advice - and here they are now.
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MADAM X US
Madam X' Swedish debut at SRF 2014 was a great success. Their album "We deserve the right" (1984) is a glam metal classic, and the single "High in high school" a favorite for generations of Swedish metalheads. Their SRF triumph was crucial for the band's decision to reunite permanently in their original lineup: singer Bret Kaiser, bassist Chris "Godzilla" Doliber, and sisters Maxine and Roxy Petrucci (the latter also in Vixen) on guitar and drums respectively. Now Madam X are returning to SRF, with a new album to boost. "Monstrocity" (2017) has also received enthusiastic response from both fans and reviewers.
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NAZARETH UK
Their most famous song is hit ballad "Love hurts" (1974), and it was a two-front attack that made Scotsmen Nazareth one of the biggest hard rock bands of the 70s. Firstly, hit singles like "Broken down angel" "This flight tonight" and the aforementioned "Love hurts". Secondly, heavy, groove-laden, rocking albums like "Razamanaz" (1973), "Loud 'n' proud" (1973) and "Hair of the dog" (1975). One defining characteristic for the band was the raspy vocals of Dan McCafferty (Axl Rose's role model), who had to leave the band for health reasons in 2013 - after 44 years and 23 studio albums. However, Nazareth persisted as always, and this will be the first time that the SRF crowd gets to experience the band with Carl Sentance (ex-Krokus) at the microphone.
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SUFFOCATION US
forgotten" (1991) by Long Islanders Suffocation was a milestone with its combination of extreme brutality and extreme musical chops. Said debut has been followed by seven more albums, most recently "...Of dark light" (2017), and many insist that Suffocation is one of the most reliable bands of the genre. Vocalist Frank Mullen - forming the band's core duo with guitarist Terrance Hobbs - have also been widely praised for his majestic growling.
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ROTTING CHRIST GR
The architects behind the now classic Greek black metal sound. Since their inception in 1987, Rotting Christ have been centered around the brothers Sakis (vocals, guitar, keyboards) and Themis Tholis (drums). Since 1993 the band have released 13 studio albums, with an interesting variation in terms of brutality and influences like industrial metal and not least Gothic metal. The pitch-black "Non serviam" (1994), the atmospheric "A dead poem" (1997) and the progressive "Theogonia" (2007) are all classics in their own way. Rotting Christ remain a relevant and popular addition to the underground metal scene - their latest, epic album "Rituals" (2016) even made the charts.
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POP EVIL US
Pop Evil is the band who Mötley Crüe guitarist Mick Mars guested in the "Boss's daughter" promo video in 2012. The Michigan band combines the happy-go-lucky vibe of Kiss and, yes, Mötley Crüe with the seriousness of Soundgarden and Pearl Jam. On their native soil they have had great success with five albums since 2008 (number six is in the making), that have produced numerous hits like the aforementioned "Boss's daughter", "Trenches", "Deal with the Devil", "Torn to pieces" och "Footsteps". Pop Evil's Swedish apperaneces have been few and relatively modest - until now.
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BRIAN DOWNEY'S ALIVE AND DANGEROUS IRL
Drummer Brian Downey was in the classic Thin Lizzy from beginning to sad end. His jazz-influenced rhythmic patterns was a vital ingredient in Thin Lizzy's unique sound. After some years of relative inactivity, Brian Downey has returned with a new constellation, named after Thin Lizzy's classic live album "Live and dangerous" (1978). What Brian Downey's Alive And Dangerous is about, is performing the legendary Thin Lizzy songs as they should be played. Audience response has been amazing, not least in eternally Thin Lizzy-crazy Sweden.
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NOCTURNAL RITES S
Arguably the earliest progenitors of Swedish power metal, and definitely among the most important. Nocturnal Rites debuted in 1995 and was officially promoted to major power metal league with their fourth album "Afterlife" (2000), introducing classic singer Jonny Lindqvist. Four more albums followed until 2007, after which the band seemingly went into hiding. Finally, in 2017 they returned with new guitarist Per Nilsson (Kaipa, Scar Symmetry, Meshuggah) and new album "Phoenix". One of the most highly anticipated comebacks in Swedish metal was finally a fact.
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THE 69 EYES FIN
One of the truly big names in contemporary Goth. The 69 Eyes formed in 1989 and would create a groundbreaking hybrid of glam rock and Gothic rock, named Goth'n'roll by their fans. Their increasing popularity in their native Finland was officially promoted to stardom with the major hit "Gothic girl" off their fifth album "Blessed be" (2000). The next album, "Paris kills" (2002), brought them international success. To date "the Helsinki Vampires", as they are also known, have released eleven studio albums and remain one of the most influential names in Gothic rock.
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THE DARK ELEMENT S/FIN
Swedish singer Anette Olzon fronted Finns Nightwish 2007-12 and made two very successful albums with them. Finnish guitarist Jani Liimatainen was with power metal heroes Sonata Arctica for their first five albums. And that's just what the two are most famous for. The eponymous debut by their new constellation The Dark Element arrived in November, containing dark, melodic, orchestral and catchy metal. With a certain ABBA flair as well.
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CYHRA S
CyHra is a modern metal supergroup of sorts, featuring former In Flames-duo Jesper Strömblad (guitar) and Peter Iwers (bass), former Amaranthe singer Jake E and journeyman drummer Alex Landenburg (Annihilator, Luca Turilli's Rhapsody, Stratovarius and many more). Since the recording of their debut album, second guitarist Euge Valovirta (Shining) has been added to the ranks. Said album, "Letter to myself" (2017), is a piece of modern and very emotional metal and has met with rave reviews. The members of CyHra are veterans, but clearly not has-beens.
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BULLET S
One of the earliest, most influential bands in the 21st century wave of Swedish old school heavy metal formed in 2001. After a demo and an EP that both achieved cult status, Bullet's debut album "Heading for the top" arrived in 2006. Its followup "Bite the bullet" (2008) elevated the band to a level where they both got to open for AC/DC and warm up an NHL hockey crowd at Stockholm's Globe Arena in 2009. After "Storm of blades" (2014) Bullet have kept fairly silent, but now they're finally about to release their sixth album of anthemic metal in the veins of AC/DC and Accept.
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BERNIE TORMÉ IRL
What guitarist has played with both Ian Gillan, Ozzy Osbourne and Dee Snider? The answer is, obviously, Bernie Tormé. This lauded guitarist was actually a punk rocker in the late 70s, before joining Gillan in 1979 to create classic albums like "Glory road" (1980) and "Future shock" (1981). After Gillan, Bernie played briefly with Ozzy Osbourne, and recorded albums with Atomic Rooster and Desperado (the latter featuring Dee Snider on vocals). Among other things. For most of his chequered career he has been active as a solo artist, and his status as a guitar hero is undisputed.
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THE MICK CLARKE BAND UK
Guitarist/singer Mick Clarke is a veteran from the late 60s' British blues boom and cult band Killing Floor. In the early 80s he formed the Mick Clarke Band, who have gathered a loyal following through hard touring and songs like "Murderers' home", "Cheap", "Walking in the dark" and "The killingest place". In 2017, new album "Diggin' down" and the compilation "Mo' boogie" was added to Mick's catalogue - and another album's on the way. At SRF he will be accompanied by bassist Stuart McDonald (Killing Floor) and drummer Chris Sharley (Sassafras).
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PIST.ON US
In the late 90s, New York's Pist.On was a prominent name in alternative metal. Their debut "Number one" (1996), produced by Josh Silver from their pals in Type O Negative, was a success with fans and critics alike with its dark, melodious sound, ripe with social commentary. Internal struggles and a less successful sophomore album contributed to the band splitting up in 2001. Today, Pist.On are back, as always under the leadership of singer/guitarist Henry Font, and will be hard at work in 2018 celebrating "25 years of gloom".
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F.K.Ü. S
Freddy Krueger's Ünderwear, as their full name is, are both veterans and spearheaders in current Swedish thrash metal. The band, who debuted in 1999, combine mosh-inducing music with lyrics and esthetics from vintage slasher movies. Their current and fifth full-length album "1981" upholds the tradition from older fanfaves like "Sometimes they come back... to mosh" (2005) and "Where moshers dwell" (2009). All in FKÜ have solid resumés: for instance, singer Larry Lethal is identical to Lawrence Mackrory (Darkane, Scarve).
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CIRCUS MAXIMUS NO
A flagship in the Norwegian prog fleet, and arguably one of Europe's most prominent progressive metal bands. Since 2005, Circus Maximus have recorded four studio albums and one live - all by the same lineup too. Their sound has been compared to the likes of Dream Theater, Symphony X, Helloween and Pretty Maids, though their latest studio effort "Havoc" (2016) boldly leaped into contemporary radio rock territory. Brilliant vocalist Michael Eriksen has gained additional fame outside the domains of Circus Maximus, from stints with Kamelot and Ayreon.
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THE QUILL S
Swedish cult band The Quill are oftened described as stoner rock. A more precise description of their sound would be 70s' style hard rock with additional influences from 90s' bands like Soundgarden and Kyuss. Classic singer Magnus Ekwall (also of Ayreon fame) has also been praised for his Chris Cornell-style voice. The Quill debuted in 1995 and in 2002 released what many claim to be their masterpiece, fourth album "Voodoo caravan". In 2017, the band returned after an extended break with their eighth album "Born from fire", which also marked the return of Ekwall.
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LUGNET S
Sweden's Lugnet (pronounced "loong-net", meaning "the calm" in Swedish) deliver, in their own words, "the tough, gritty sounds of '70s hard rock that features well rounded musicians with touring and recording experience". Their eponymous debut was released in 2016 to great praise for its solid grooves and powerful songwriting reminiscent of Rival Sons and Blues Pills. Since then the band have undergone lineup changes and are currently working on their second album.
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JUNKYARD DRIVE DK
Junkyard Drive from Roskilde, Denmark are representatives of the new, hungry rock'n'roll breed. Their debut "Sin & tonic" is based on the timeless roots of rock, as well as the decadent 80s' era with bands like AC/DC and Guns N' Roses. Plus the occasional nod to contemporary bands like Airbourne. The band have the explicit ambition to reinstate honesty in popular music, as opposed to such phenomena as "X Factor" and concert crowds looking at their phones instead of the stage.
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THE NEW ROSES D
Germany's The New Roses, or TNR, play rootsy, loud rock'n'roll with hints of AC/DC, Bruce Springsteen, Black Crowes, DAD and Dogs D'Amour. After three albums and an EP since 2012, and a whole lot of touring - including a trip to the US with Y&T - they are a rising force at home as well as abroad. Their most recent album "One more for the road" arrived in 2017 and contains the single "Life ain't easy (for a boy with long hair)". The latter a little stab at everybody who told the band that they, and rock'n'roll, didn't have a future.
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THREE DEAD FINGERS S
The band who opens the entire festival are four 12- to 13-year-old boys from Sweden. Despite their age they are a routined act that have been together for two years, performed at other major festivals, and even won one of Sweden's most prestigious music competitions "Livekarusellen". (Their appearance in "Sweden's got talent" will be broadcast in the fall of 2018.) Three Dead Fingers released their debut EP in October 2017 and play a hybrid of thrash metal, heavy metal and nu metal. Their main influences are Slipknot, Korn, Sepultura and Rise Against.
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