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martes, 24 de noviembre de 2015


Romanian Thrash Metal Club is proud to present

OLD GRAVE FEST 2016, the 5th edition of the only metal festival in Romania organized by a fan club, for fans,

the festival where your money helps us fund the next edition

Romanian Thrash Metal Club is proud to present the first details about the Old Grave Fest 2016, the 5th edition of the only metal festival in Romania organized by a fan club, for fans. The event will take place on October 7th and 8th at Club Fabrica, Bucharest. The first confirmed bands are Archgoat(Finland), Castle (USA) and Hellsodomy (Turkey).

The first headliner of the Old Grave Fest 2016 is the mighty Archgoat from Finland, for their first show ever in Romania.
1989 saw the birth of one of the most intense acts in the black metal scene. Archgoat was formed by Ritual Butcherer (Vocals, Bass) and Lord Angelslayer (Guitars), along with drummer Blood Desecrator. The first demo, Jesus Spawn, was unleashed in 1991. In 1992 Archgoat signed with Necropolis Records and in 1993 the MLP Angelcunt (Tales of Desecration) was released. Archgoat entered the studio to record a full length release, but after a disagreement with the label the material was kept from the masses and in late 1993 the decided to vanish from the black metal scene, which they deemed too commercial. Fast forward to 2004, when the band began anew their black metal crusade, starting with a release of the material recorded in 1993 as the EP Angelslaying Black Fucking Metal. The assault has never stopped since, with a host of releases including three crushing full-length records, Whore of Bethlehem (2006), The Light-Devouring Darkness (2009) and The Apocalyptic Triumphator (2015).
The unholy crusade continues and the show at the fifth edition of the Old Grave Fest will be the very first time it hits Romania, so beware!

After their excellent show in Club Fabrica, in May this year, a lot of people asked us to bring Castle back to Bucharest. Now we can make this possible, at Old Grave Fest 2016.
Founded in 2009 in San Francisco, Castle is, alongside bands like Argus, Hour of 13 or Sinister Realm, part of a very talented generation of American musicians that set out to discover the authentic roots of metal, by mixing the traditional doom of pioneers like Pentagram or Trouble with flashy elements of the ’80s heavy metal. With an appraised debut in 2011, In Witch Order, that earned them Album of the Year honors from Metal Hammer Norway, followed by two other critically acclaimed efforts (Blacklands, 2012, and Under Siege, 2014), Castledisplays a high compositional level and great musicians’ cohesion, as well as impressive individual skills. To the forefront we find the ever-present bassist/vocalist Elizabeth Blackwell, whose solemn, slithering vocals fit perfectly with the dark riffs pouring from Mat Davis’s guitar.Castle‘s music can be described as heavy and occult, with periodical outbursts of hypnotic melodies.
One more piece of good news for the band’s fans: Mat Davis let us know that they are currently finishing writing their 4th album, scheduled to be released next year. Therefore expect new Castle songs, live on the Old Grave Fest stage.

As a nod to the crazy, dedicated Turkish metal scene, the third band announced is Hellsodomy.
The old school death metal band was founded in 2011 in Kadiköy/Turkey. After intense rehearsals and shows their first demo, Masochistic Molestation MC has been unleashed by Danish Deadbangers Records in early 2014. Losing no time, they started working on new songs which were later to be embodied as their new EP, Sodomy is Nigh which was released by Barbarian Wrath Recs in August 2015.

Old Grave Fest 2016 will take place in Club Fabrica (Bucharest) in October 7th and 8th 2016. Limited tickets are already available for only 99 lei / 23 EUR, online at and The hard tickets are also available, in UMAN shops, MUZICA store, Perfect Tour shops, in Private Hell bar (Bucuresti, 5 Soarelui Str.) or via Titus Constantinescu (Bucuresti).

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