PAIN

+ THE VISION BLEAK + DYNAZTY + BILLION DOLLAR BABIES

30 Out 2016
Abertura de Portas: 21h30
Início: 20h00
Entrada: 22,00€

PAIN + THE VISION BLEAK – Concerto exclusivo em Lisboa.
Dia 30 de Outubro / Domingo – RCA Club Lisboa
Abertura de Portas 19:30 / Início 20:00

Os Suécos PAIN regressam a Portugal para um concerto único e exclusivo em Lisboa, no RCA Club, dia 30 de Outubro.

A banda liderada pelo Sr. Peter Tägtgren um dos mais carismáticos produtores no mundo do Metal, conhecido também pelo mentor dos veteranos HYPOCRISY, passa por Portugal numa tour inserida na promoção do novo trabalho dos PAIN “Coming Home” disponível no próximo dia 9 de Setembro.

A acompanhar esta extensa tour estão também os Germânicos THE VIOSION BLEAK, eles que trazem na bagagem o seu mais recente album “The Unknown”.

Ainda com ambas as bandas temos também os DYNAZTY | da Suécia| e os BILLION DOLLAR BABY’S |da Suécia|

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PAIN
“That’s me, designed to piss you offˮ – when Peter Tägtgren is ascending from the depths of his legendary Abyss Studio to take the microphone, a little musical revolution is inevitable. Because what else would you expect from HYPOCRISY’s death metal veteran, who not only plays industrial metal with PAIN, but is considered to be one of the most influential producers in the metal scene (DIMMU BORGIR, CHILDREN OF BODOM, SABATON etc.), and just recently launched his controversial project LINDEMANN in partnership with RAMMSTEIN’s frontman Till.

Since the beginning of his career in the early 90s, the Swedish allrounder has enjoyed diving into the extreme and has grown to be an untameable force. But this is exactly what makes him so fascinating. Taboos, creative stagnation or genre boundaries have never existed in the world of the 46-year-old mastermind. And, of course, Peter Tägtgren wandered the same unexplored paths when the time came to forge »Coming Home«, the 8th studio release of the industrial institution PAIN. However, the path was long and winding and therefore, the writing process for the follow-up of 2011’s »You Only Live Twice« wasn’t all fun and games – but Peter Tägtgren is well prepared for the fight:

“Sometimes you pull your hair out and lay sleepless all night long, because you can’t figure out this one chorus or don’t know how to finish a certain song,ˮ admits singer and axeman Peter. “That’s just me: When I dive into it, there’s no ending in sight. It’s a self-destructive mechanism. But I want perfection – or I don’t want it at all.ˮ

Therefore, it is no wonder, that PAIN deliver a revolutionary mix of styles on this new release – bizarre alternative metal meets electronic melodies – and, in addition, the band weave some spectacular orchestral arrangements into the tracks on »Coming Home«, without risking any cheesy moments or overloading the songs. The result are ten highly addictive metal hymns with massive depth and experimentation. Especially with the orchestrated parts, PAIN entered a new era and seeked assistance from CARACH ANGREN’s Clemens “Ardekˮ Wijers, who added some magical final touches to Peter’s bombastic songwriting. But PAIN also allow the album to breathe with beautiful acoustic guitar intros appearing hand in hand with stormy moments, showing the band at the zenith of their creativity.

When it comes to guest musicians, »Coming Home« rolls out a red carpet: On drums, Peter’s 17-year-old son Sebastian Tägtgren delivers an impressive guest appearance and for the song ‘Call Me’, SABATON’s Joakim Brodén joins the team for some typically raw warrior vocals. But a PAIN release wouldn’t be a typical masterpiece without some enthralling lyrics and fascinating topics: On the callboy-singalong ‘Call Me’ or ‘Final Crusade’, the band crawl through the deepest corners of society and the human mind, while ‘Absinthe-Phoenix Rising’ is based upon an incident in Leipzig during PAIN’s tour with NIGHTWISH, where the band were attacked and beat up after leaving an Absinthe bar. And of course, lovers of mystery and conspiracy theories also get their money’s worth with ‘Black Knight Satellite’, just like on many previous HYPOCRISY releases:

“Nikola Tesla, who invented the lightbulb, electricity and other stuff, thought that he heard beeping sounds from space,ˮ Peter explains the story that inspired the song. “It was around the year 1899 and it seemed like a message to him, a hidden code. He was the first one to discover it, but in the 1950s, when humans started to go into space, they heard the same noises and found out: There is some signal from a satellite out there… but it isn’t ours. And as they started their research, they found out, that people had been talking about this phenomenon for around 13.000 years. The story of this so-called ‘Black Knight Satellite’ is very fascinating to me – but whether it is true or not… I don’t know. But it definitely inspired me to write these lyrics.ˮ

Fitting the alien conspiracy and space theme, PAIN teamed up with Stefan Heilemann for an obscure and spectacular album cover, after the German artist had already produced breathtaking artworks for LINDEMANN and EPICA.

So take a deep breath, before you jump into this sea of industrial metal, thunderous orchestra arrangements and thrilling conspiracy theories – and Swedes, who are just designed to piss you off, in their most elegant way.

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THE VISION BLEAK
The Vision Bleak perform Horror Metal in perfection. When Ulf Theodor Schwadorf (Empyrium) and Allen B. Konstanz (Nox Mortis) founded the band back in 2000, they didn’t suspect that their common project would soon develop a larger-than-life independent existence. The duo’s theatrical and dark orchestral Metal knows no boundaries when it comes to opulence: Doom and Death, strings and operatic vocals, horror-movie soundtracks, and dark fiction all feed a kind of music that is ‘Gothic’ in the truest sense of the word. On each of their albums thus far, Schwadorf and Konstanz have been fathoming different dimensions of horror: from the tribute to various horror classics on “The Deathship Has A New Captain” (2004) via the H.P. Lovecraft-inspired concept album “Carpathia – A Dramatic Poem” (2005) and the more straight-forward and heavier “The Wolves Go Hunt Their Prey” (2007) to the musical and conceptional quintessence of “Set Sail To Mystery “, “Witching Hour” (2013) and the just released new Album “The Unknown” (2016). The Vision Bleak create a total work of art in image and sound that is tailor-made to be brought on stage

PAIN

Género
Industrial Metal

Membros
MEMBERS
Peter Tägtgren – Vocals & Guitar
David Wallin – Drums (2003-)… Ver Mais

Naturalidade
Sweden

Companhia discográfica
Nuclear Blast Records

Localização atual
Sweden

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THE VISION BLEAK

Género
Horror Metal

Membros
Schwadorf – guitars, bass, keyboards, Screams and additional Vocals
Konstanz – voices, drums, keyboards

Naturalidade
Mellrichstadt

Companhia discográfica
Prophecy Productions

Influências
H.P. Lovecraft, F. Murnau, Max Schreck, Edgar Allan Poe, John Carpenter…

Localização atual
Mellrichstadt

Biografia
“You cannot move away from your roots” Schwadorf says in the last Empyrium “Weiland” interview a laconic view on THE VISION BLEAK. The largest Horror theatre. Curtains up for Schwadorf and Konstanz, 2 circus entertainers emerge to catch the souls of the audience and to extend the fear and shock. Six-foot high towering guitars, a sawing melotron and voices from the grave honour the mind of horror as well as its representatives – first and foremost Max Schreck, John Carpenter, Friedrich Murnau or George Romero. Are ya ready to meet the reaper?
The second album “Carpathia” is an incomparable and sinister musical drama. Not without good reason have Konstanz and Schwadorf brought up the whole musical spectrum of their artistic careers so far. Even though the Shadow Philharmonics – who already provided the majestic textures on “The Deathship Has A New Captain“ – have been increased, it is Death Metal that rises erratically above all: forceful, black riffs, heavyweight drums, full and many-facetted vocals … Each track is vibrantly brimming with sheer intensity and energy.
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BILLION DOLLAR BABIES

Fundada a 2005

Género
Hardrock

Membros
Frankie Rich – Lead Vocals /// Pat Kramer – Guitars & vocals /// Max Lander – Guitars & vocals… Billion Dollar Babies pulverizes everything blocking their way; with mind blowing bombastic live shows. Sound wise, it’s a mash-up of Ozzy and Rob Zombie.

Naturalidade
Falun, Sweden

Companhia discográfica
METALVILLE a division of Flying Dolphin Entertainment.
www.metalville.de

A&R
Holger Koch

Influências
KISS, W.A.S.P, Ozzy Osbourne, Alice Cooper, Rob Zombie, Black Sabbath

Localização atual
Falun

Biografia
Noted hard rockers BILLION DOLLAR BABIES
have a well-earned reputation as one of Sweden’s most
entertaining and explosive live acts. Over the last decade and more than 200 concerts all over Europe, including some of the biggest festivals in Sweden, fans have learned to expect nothing less than the best from the band.

Hailing from Falun in the middle of Sweden,
BILLION DOLLAR BABIES started as the unruly brain-child of lead singer Frankie Rich, early 2005.
The idea was to redraw the map to fit the band’s own designs and nobody else’s. All considerations as to what was considered hip went out the window.

Heavily influenced by big spectacle US rockers such as Kiss, W.A.S.P, Marilyn Manson and Alice Cooper, the band created their own standard for live shows and album sound.

To pay the rent while not being on the road the band members took jobs at local theatres and a special effects company. This fired up the creativity for building props and adding effects to their live show.
Also, their common childhood interest in blowing things up was not lessened from working with pyrotechnics.

In 2009-2011 the band quit their jobs and decided to do away with all obstacles standing in their way. Studying at BoomTown Music Education in Borlänge, Sweden, not only enabled the band to spend more time refining their songs and sound but also gave 24-7
access to a professional rehearsal and recording studio.

Early 2011 the band released their first full length album, Die For Diamonds, on German label Pure Rock Records and toured Germany, Switzerland and Austria to support the album. The tour left the band wanting more.

During an odd gig as a demonstration band at a course for studio technicians at Dalarna University the band met producer Rikard Löfgren (Mustasch, Enforcer, Sister Sin) which led to a first collaboration on the EP House Of Dreams Pt.1. It was clear that Löfgren knew where the band was going musically and he managed to bring out the best of every member.

The recording was done live and brought out a sound that was heavier, dirtier and more alive than ever before.
Between 2012 and 2014 the band kept playing club shows and festivals in Europe while working on new material. In the summer of 2014 Rikard Löfgren once again took the helm to produce the new album.

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