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Metal Monday

Nameless Ghoul

@thebandGHOST @copenhell #copenhell2018 #ghost #concertphotography #copenhell

Metal Monday

slayer kerry king copenhell

Kerry King

@COPENHELL #copenhell @Slayer #KerryKing

Copenhell hopefuls

Rob Cavestany

@deathangel @nuclearblastusa @nuclearblasteu #deathangel @copenhell #copenhell2019

Sometimes you can sort of predict who will be coming to a festival based on what bands are doing similar festivals in the area during the same season. Such was the case when Copenhell announced that Dimmu Borgir, Tool, and Slipknot will be performing in 2019. Who else is in the area that I hope Copenhell will add?

Death Angel
Primordial
Dark Tranquillity
Cult of Luna
King Diamond
Cradle of Filth

Please and thank you.

Happy Helloween!

Jack V Lantern

@helloweenorg @copenhell #copenhell2018 #michaelweikath

Kellermensch

Kellermensch's Sebastian Wolff

@COPENHELL #copenhell18 @_Kellermensch

This is the time of year when the festivals in Europe begin to release their lineups for the following year. Last year Copenhell announced that Kellermensch would be on the bill. I had never heard of them. So I went to their Facebook page and read that they like “Tom Waits, Neil Young, and Neurosis”. I thought, “wow, what a combo, this sounds interesting”. I love Neil Young and Neurosis by the way.

Since then I’ve listened to everything Kellermensch has done many times, and they’ve become a favorite. Their show at 2018 Copenhell was incredible.

Here they are covering Neil Young’s “Don’t Let it Bring You Down” many years before they played it again at Copenhell.

Metal Monday

CELESTE @ 2018 Roskilde Festival

@orangefeeling #RF18

It’s not easy shooting a band who plays in the pitch blackness, with nothing but head lamps for lighting. Today’s photo was nearly an instant delete (as it was just a small red light as a jpg). However, when I pulled up the RAW file and lightened it a bit this pattern over the image appeared. Anyone know the source of this design? Given that it isn’t coming from the light, is it from my camera’s sensor, the lens, or just a ghost?

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