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Copenhell II

02:01 PM Monday 11/15/10 | |

The sequel may lack the mock-horror of the original – which had the devil wandering around Copenhagen looking for a burger stall – but the marketing for the second Copenhell festival in Denmark has also launched with a film.

This time it’s more of a celebration of the inaugural gathering at the 10,000-capacity industrial works site on Refshale Island.

The Live Nation-produced event was also a hit for its specially brewed – and apparently very strong – Copenhell beer, the effects of which led to what a Berlingske Tidende reporter described as “a quite brilliant experience.”

The devilish theme is continued by the festival’s mascot, which is drawn by a different illustrator each year. This year it was Joe Petagno, who has worked for Motörhead among others. The 2011 mascot – commemorating the 1711 plague that wiped out a quarter of the population of Copenhagen – has been created by Ed Repka, who has done album sleeves for Death, Venom and Megadeth.

He’s created the “The Plague Doctor,” a black-clad character carrying a small lance and a torch. The lance is for bloodletting and the torch is for burning corpses. The second edition of Copenhell is June 17-18.

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