If you’ve been keeping up with the regular posts going live over on “The Chronicles Of Piercing Ken” for the past week or so, you’ve very likely seen a number of announcements regarding this years Tribeca Festival aka the Tribeca Film Festival. If you missed those aforementioned posts just click HERE to see if any of the upcoming festival interests you. We know our readership is a broad one after sixteen years of entertaining you so you never know. This particular item will be of definite interest to the main core of our readers as one of the festival spotlights will be focused on “the Hottest Band In The World” KISS!!! Read on what I clipped from one of the press releases.
The Press Release:
(Petah Tikva, Israel – April 27, 2021) – To celebrate their 30 year anniversary, Israeli metal quintet Orphaned Landhave just announced a live stream on Wednesday, April 28th on their Patreon page, HERE.
Though its taken something like fourteen months to happen, the world around us is slowly getting back to some kind of sense of normal. Not only are concerts being booked, but more venues are being able to open and conventions are starting to map out the manners in which they will be able to take place once again. Yesterday, the fine folks over at ReedPOP (you know them as the folks responsible for the massive New York Comic Con) have updated the fans on some of the stuff that is being planned. Take a look.
To our community—
As I write this, I’m filled with hope and excitement for the year ahead. There’s much in the works at ReedPop that we’ll announce in the coming months, but today I’m bringing you an update on the return of our physical events and the first look at our plans to promote health and safety.
To give you a peek behind the curtain, events folks have to plan six to nine months down the road. We must put ourselves forward from where we are today into where we think we may be tomorrow, and continue making the next best decisions.
Continue reading ReedPOP Provides Physical Show Updates
The Press Release:
Mudvayne–one of the most creative and distinctive bands in the aggressive music world–has announced that they’re reuniting after a 12-year hiatus, and will be performing at all four Danny Wimmer Presents U.S. festivals in 2021: Inkcarceration Music & Tattoo Festival (a headlining performance) in Ohio, Louder Than Life in Kentucky, Aftershock in California and Welcome To Rockville in Florida. These dates mark the band’s first shows since 2009 and their only dates this year.
Watch the Mudvayne announcement video below
Mudvayne formed in 1996 and has sold over six million records worldwide, earning Gold certification for three albums (L.D. 50, The End Of All Things To Come, Lost and Found). The band is known for their sonic experimentation, innovative album art, face and body paint, masks and uniforms. Mudvayne is Chad Gray (vocals), Greg Tribbett (guitar, backing vocals), Matthew McDonough (drums, synthesizer) and Ryan Martinie (bass).
Continue reading Mudvayne Reunites After A 12-Year Hiatus
The Press Release:
Even heavier and blacker than usual, we have to announce that Tuska 2021 will be cancelled due to coronavirus. The pain-sized festival is not erected at the turn of the hand, but the time of preparation is measured in months and even years. We want to offer the best possible festival experience for Tuska visitors from all lawsuits: from technical implementation to music and from food supply to side program plus everything else. Now comes the time that we could organize a festival that matches our expectations and the audience. So called. the amount of fox is high. We would have liked to have wagged our hair this summer in Suvilahti with you.
The sun is shining into this catacomb: Tuska’s 2022 planning has begun and the artists have a very strong urge to play, so we believe that the program will turn out very interesting. Next time the Tuska festival will be celebrated in Suvilahti, Helsinki on 1.- 3.7.2022, and three days tickets are on sale. Tickets are sold by 2022, 2022, and 2021: https://www.tuska.fi/liput Tickets purchased for the 2020 and 2021 Tuska Festival are eligible for 2022 as such. The best thing a Tuska visitor can do to support the event is to use the purchased festival ticket next year. If you wish, you can also return the ticket to the place of purchase by 31.8.2021 Ticket stores will be contacted by email to customers who bought tickets as soon as possible. This is how it went, but your fist is up – we hope you’ll be there! ✊
Continue reading Perkele! Tuska Open Air Festival 2021 Is Cancelled