2010年2月17日星期三

More rock to Roskilde 2010

"More rock to Roskilde 2010 | GoRockfest.Com - The Latest Rockfest, Artist's Live News"

Motörhead, Gallows and Porcupine Tree add extra guitar chords to the festival’s music poster.

Yesterday we brought good news to rock fans with the announcement of Them Crooked Vultures. Today Roskilde continue the line of bands that establish Roskilde Festival as a mecca for fans of sparkling rock in all styles.

MOTÖRHEAD (UK) is an institution that bears comparison with the most established giants of hard rock, and radiator mascot cooler Lemmy just continues towards rock heaven while the fumes of whiskey and high-octane rock energy make his 64 years of age seem insignificant. "Ace of Spades" is the band's sig-tune but the straightforward rock hits queue up when Lemmy and his motor gang turn up the guitar, bass and drums. Roskilde are looking forward to welcoming back an ever-youthful band.

GALLOWS (UK)
play gruff and uncompromising hardcore punk and have a singer whose violent stage performance is almost a guarantor of an intense concert experience. The British punk band visits Denmark for the first time at Roskilde Festival, and hard rock magazine Kerrang! hails the latest release Grey Britain as the best album of 2009 with its fierce riffs and black diagnosis of today.

PORCUPINE TREE (UK)
is a hot request from a large, perhaps slightly overlooked group among Roskilde Festival's audience. The band's dark prog-rock enjoys enormous respect among both fans of the 70s music scene and metal fans – even if the band constantly renews its steadily growing catalogue with unpredictable steps in new directions. Roskilde are excited to finally present a hard-wearing rock band that has never cared for passing fads.

Different sounds on the way

If there should be someone out there who find the names above a little too manly, then good news is on the way: on Monday Roskilde will announce a couple of equally strong female artists.

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