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  • Jia Ke
    Jia Ke wrote:
    <p><img src="http://i1.sinaimg.cn/ent/y/2011-02-15/U1819P28T3D3230727F326DT20110215160448.jpg" alt="" width="383" height="600" /></p> <p>It&rsquo;s been 10 years since the birth of the 330 music festival to celebrate the birthday of Kou (the guitarist of Suffocated and Spring/Autumn fame) and the festival has grown to become one of the biggest indoor metal festivals in China. For musicians and fans alike this event promises a great feast of metal as repeated metal miracles intoxicate all your senses.</p> <p>This year&rsquo;s event pushes the boundaries of Chinese metal festivals in terms of stage design, audio equipment and, of course, all twelve carefully selected bands, to ensure Chinese heavy metal perfection.</p> <p>Ten years of gathering, ten years of memories, ten years of classics and ten years of metal will melt together on the 19<sup>th</sup> of March. The sponsors, Suffocated, will draw on all their experience to give a festival to remember. Heavy metal soldiers, hold high your horns, let`s mosh!</p> <p>What: 330 metal festival 10<sup>th</sup> anniversary - Metal never left</p> <p>When:19<sup>th</sup> Mar 2011&nbsp; 15:00PM</p> <p>Where: TANGO 3RD FLOOR. No.79 Hepingli Xi Jie, South Gate of Ditan Park</p> <p>Sponsor: Pilot records, Tango, 7miao.cn</p> <p>Tickets: VIP-330rmb/&nbsp;&nbsp; Site purchase-150rmb&nbsp;&nbsp; Package-330rmb(4 tickets)</p> <p>Tickets business: 400 692 6606</p> <p>Exclusive tickets: <a href="http://www.7miao.com/">www.7miao.com</a></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>BAND INFO</strong></p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> <p>SUFFOCATED: Thrash Metal(1997)</p> <p>Official sponsors of 330 metal festival, the backbone of Chinese thrash metal and well known to anyone with an iota of metal in their blood.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>THE FACE: Heavy Metal (1989)</p> <p>This band is one of the most famous Chinese rock bands. After the band restructured in 2006 they are keen to get back on stage.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>SPRING/AUTUMN: Heavy Metal (2000)</p> <p>Traditional heavy metal fuses with Chinese music elements to create a rich and vigorous sound.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>CRACK: Thrash Metal (2005)</p> <p>Part of the new generation of Chinese thrash metal bands, their sound is characterized by a powerful fluidity.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>DIE FROM SORROW: Melodic Death/Power Metal (2004)</p> <p>The most famous melodic death/power metal band in China. Superb playing skills combine with rich a melodic content to make them become a new force of Chinese heavy metal.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>RAGING MOB: Thrash Metal (2005)</p> <p>Th
  • Jia Ke
    Jia Ke wrote:

    RAGING MOB: Thrash Metal (2005)

    The singer Robert (of Germany thrash cult band ASSASSIN fame) has been living in Beijing for over fifteen years. The mixed nationalities of the musicians create a band style very different from other Chinese bands.


    MOONLESS ACHERON: Thrash Metal (new)

    Band from HuNan province.Launching their first album and new EP at the festival.Also is their frist show in Beijing


    LAST SUCCESSOR: Progressive Metal (2002)

    Progressive metal with a strong Chinese folk influence this is arguably the best Chinese progressive metal band.


    EVILTHORN: Black Metal (2001)

    Reforming last year after a short hiatus this band is one of a handful of black metal bands in Beijing to still play live. Overtones of Immortal meet elements of Satyricon in this caustic mix of militaristic vehemence. Corpse paint is a must.


    SHENTOU: Heavy/Thrash Metal (1999)

    Drawing from pure US heavy/thrash metal (METALLICA, TESTAMENT).


    LACERATE: Thrash Metal (2005)

    Deeply influenced by SLAYER, OVERKILL with female vocals.


    TEMPERED: Melodic Metal (2004)

    With their roots in Beijing Union University, returning after two years of separation they reformed in 2009 to play melodic metal.


  • Fabian Kollen
    Fabian Kollen wrote:

    cooooool!!! stay rock! and heavy more!!!

  • Jia Ke
    Jia Ke wrote:


  • Martin Svean
    Martin Svean wrote:

    jia ke niu bi a

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