It is not easy to get up on stage in broad daylight and make it look rock n’ roll.
I have a confession to make. I have not listened much to the Scorpions at all.
Of course, I have heard “Rock you like a hurricane” and “Winds of change”. But who hasn’t?
We got sun, fire and horns with a huge dose of melodic death metal.
Amon Amarth entered the stage at Copenhell and delivered a great show.
I first heard Glen Hughes and his mighty vocals on the album “Phenomena” released in 1985 by the musical project with the same name.
Matthew Heafy and the guys in TRIVIUM started their concert at Copenhell at 14:00 in broad daylight. Most people wandering the festival grounds were either looking for a place to get at late breakfast or are trying to wake up after the night before.
I have to admit I was very happy when it was announced that Tool would be playing at Copenhell in 2019. Tool is band that I have huge respect for and their music is absolutely breathtaking.
Halestorm, fronted by the very charismatic Lizzy Hale, performed at Copenhell to an enthusiastic crowd.
I have never heard the band Demons & Wizards but played Dungeons & Dragons twice.
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