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As Kind As Hell

09:01 AM Monday 7/11/11 |   |

Live Nation’s second Copenhell festival in Denmark pulled a bigger crowd than the first, but it was the behaviour of the security that drew the attention of UK heavy rock mag Metal Moments.

“They were probably the kindest and most considerate group of guards I have ever seen at a festivity such as this (and I have tried quite a few by now),” the reviewer said.

“I mean, the guy who got a dildo stuck in his ear during the Anvil show shrugged it off with a smile and a laugh,” he explained.

The bands were as heavy as last year but the rain wasn’t. Live Nation promoter Jeppe Nissen was pleased to see 8,000 fans on Copenhagen’s old industrial works site at Refshaleøen, well up on the 5,000 who braved last year’s stormy weather.

The June 17-18 lineup included Judas Priest, Korn, Morbid Angel, Kvelertak, and Mayhem.

Comments

  1. Studebaker Hawk wrote:

    01:22 PM, Jul 11, 2011

    I'd a thought Judas Priest' supposed last world tour woulda drawn a few more.Maybe K.K. Downing's absence carried some clout? Who knows..I'm sure the tough economy had something to do with it too.Oh yeah..sigh.



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