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Vulture @ Metal Magic Festival

Vulture

@MetalBlade #Vulture @MetalMagicDK

One of my favorite bands from this year’s Metal Magic Festival. Coordinated outfits you occasionally see from metal bands, but I don’t know if I’ve ever seen matching guitars from a band before.

Metal Monday

Let's Go Crazy!

@MetalMagicDK @besthairinmetal @irablack @DarkSkyChoir #brianallen

Metal Monday

In Mist She Was Standing

@the_oathbreaker @orangefeeling ‏#rf17

Oathbreaker @ 2017 Roskilde Festival

Blue Hour Little Mermaid

Copenhagen's Little Mermaid under a full moon during the blue hour

@VisitCopenhagen #LittleMermaid #Copenhagen #Denmark

Flashback Friday to my neighborhood in Copenhagen last year. I really missed not being in the Inner City (Indre By) this year and hope to remedy that situation next year.

Mercyful Fate @ Copenhell 2020!

King Diamond @ Copenhell

@COPENHELL #copenhell @RealKingDiamond #KingDiamond #MercyfulFate

As my summer festival season is approaching an end, I was thinking that now there are close to no bands left that I really want to see that I haven’t. And then this showed up in my email….

“The legendary Danish heavy metal band MERCYFUL FATE will make a spectacular return at next year’s COPENHELL festival in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Almost 40 years ago, singer King Diamond and guitarist Hank Shermann created what would later become the most iconic and influential Danish heavy metal band ever…

The band will perform (at 2020 Copenhell) with the “9” lineup featuring Hank Shermann (guitar), King Diamond (vocals), Bjarne T. Holm (drums), Mike Wead (guitar) and Joey Vera (Bass)… the set list will only consist of songs from the very first ‘mini LP’, the “Melissa” and “Don’t Break The Oath” albums plus some brand new songs written specifically in that very same style.”

And now I really must get back to Copenhagen next summer!

Yes, I’ve seen King Diamond a few times (including back in the 1980s), but I don’t like any of his albums nearly as much as I love Melissa and Don’t Break The Oath, and he barely touches those albums live anymore.

Happy birthday, Michael Amott!

Michael Amott arch enemy copenhell

Michael Amott of Arch Enemy @ 2018 Copenhell

@archenemymetal @copenhell #copenhell2018 @Michael_Amott

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