Devilstone Open Air will take place in Anykšciai, Lithuania on July 11-14, 2013.
Enslaved, Kadavar and Avulsed are among the bands that will perform at the Devilstone Open Air 2013 festival.
The Swedish extremists SHINING come to the Devilstone Open Air on 11-14 July to give yet another shocking performance. Established back in 1996, today SHINING are renowned for wacky musical experiments and scandalous madness on stage. Having release eight albums, the band is praised for dynamic compositions, expressive psychedelics, singing vocal and peculiar acoustic elements. The lead singer Niklas Kvarforth is an exceptional character – he masters multiple instruments, creates original compositions, and has a reputation of the scandalous bastard preceding him. SHINING’s music is a pure aural psychosis with a no less eccentric view.
The headliners of the East stage are the classic heavy/stoner metalheads ORANGE GOBLIN from the UK. Blending the heavy metal essence with the drive of rock ’n’ roll and punkish unpredictability, ORANGE GOBLIN embrace the experimentations. Highly sought in many festivals worldwide, these chaps will off-load your extra energy.
Another treat for music lovers are the Ukrainian stoner/psychedelic band STONED JESUS. Their latest album Seven Thunders Roar summarizes the band’s credo – progressive riffs, 60s psychedelic, experimental structures, and fierce atmosphere combined in harmony.
Among other confirmed bands are the headliners ENSLAVED, fusing the wisdom of psychedelic rock with icy Norwegian black metal; incredibly fast Berliners KADAVAR bringing in the psychedelic vibe of the 70s with sharp guitar solos; SAMSARA BLUES EXPERIMENT with their mesmerizing melodies and crushing riffs fusion; and last but not least, Swedish sluggish sludge monsters KONGH with their atmospheric music and crushing melancholy.
The tickets are available online at a ridiculously low price – only 27 EUR. The prospective visitors can reserve the tickets now securing the lowest price and pay upon arrival. Ticket reservation is free of charge.