MAXIMUM METAL ANTHEMS
Just a few weeks before the first Lockdown, Battle Beast rocked Z7 in February 2020 as support for Hammerfall. Two years later the Finns return as headliners from the forced break. In their luggage they will have a brand new album - and of course as always a lot of well-known metal anthems to fist bump, headbang and bawl along.
"100% Heavy Metal - 0% Bullshit!" - the recipe of Battle Beast is simple, but effective. With catchy earworm hits full of crunchy riffs and Noora Louhimo's incomparable vocal range, the young Finns have recently become the poster child of modern heavy metal. In early 2021, the sextet renewed its contract with metal global player Nucelar Blast. "We are hugely excited to continue our collaboration with Nuclear Blast Records," says bassist Eero Sipilä, "With more than 200 million streams on various streaming platforms and high chart success around the world, there are no reasons to question the fruits of our long-standing partnership. Work on the next Battle Beast opus is progressing well and we can't wait to conquer the stages of this world again once the pandemic is over."
Formed in 2008, Battle Beast released their highly acclaimed debut album "Steel" in 2011 and subsequently toured with Nightwish. The addition of frontwoman Noora Louhimo in 2012 and the release of their self-titled second album was followed by appearances supporting other well-known acts such as Sonata Arctica and Powerwolf. With tours around the globe and three more studio albums, Battle Beast continued their unstoppable journey to the top of the metal world. Meanwhile, the band has achieved more than 200 million streams on digital streaming platforms and albums number three to five all landed at number one on the Finnish charts. The latest output "No More HollywoodEndings" (2019) additionally climbed to number 11 in Germany and number 12 in the Swiss album charts.
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