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House of Metal announces three more acts for 2019 Umeå festival

At The Gates, Ross The Boss, Tiamat

Ross The Boss, Tiamat, At The Gates

As previously reported here at Stargazed, the House of Metal in Umeå, Sweden will take place on March 1st and 2nd of 2019. In addition to The Haunted, Taake, Necrophobic and Malakhim, the festival now adds Gothenburg death metal legends At The Gates and two acts with sets focusing on some of their most legendary albums. Ross The Boss will perform songs from his time in Manowar while Tiamat will perform “Clouds” (1992) and “WildHoney” (1994) in their entirety!

Early Bird tickets are available until November 30t through Biljettcentrum & Tickster.

2-days – 795 SEK incl. service fee
1-day – Released later on…

For more information visit: www.houseofmetal.se

ROSS THE BOSS (US) Web – Facebook
Ross Friedman, better known as Ross The Boss, began his musical career in the early 1970’s as one of the founders of the punk band The Dictators. But in the world of Heavy Metal he is more famous as the co-founder of Manowar. A band where he participated right up to “Kings of Metal” (1988). In 2006 however, the band later named Ross The Boss was formed. A band that up to date has released three full length albums consisting of some quality Heavy/Power Metal. Ross & co. will perfom a Manowar-set at this years House of Metal, along with some later songs as well. So in other words, prepare yourself for a night in the sign of the hammer!

TIAMAT (Sweden) Facebook 
Tiamat visited House of Metal during the 2012 edition and is once again welcomed back to the Idun stage. This time, the band will perform two of its most classic albums, “Clouds” (1992) and “WildHoney” (1994), in their entirety. A concept that has been very well received by both old and new fans of the band.

AT THE GATES (Sweden) Web – Facebook 
As with The Haunted, At The Gates also attended the 2015 year edition of House of Metal. Trendsetters and predecessors of what became to be known as “Gothenburg Death Metal” or the “Gothenburg-sound”. The band now returns to the Idun stage with their new album “To Drink From The Night Itself” freshly out of the printers.

 

Cristoffer Eriksson

Cristoffer Eriksson

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