MONSTER METAL FROM HELLSINKI
On July 26, 2019, the new Lordi concert DVD "Recordead Live - Sextourcism in Z7" was released. The concert spectacle recorded in our rock temple shows Mr. Lordi and his band in absolute top form and is peppered with countless hits and anthems of the iconic monster troupe. At the end of 2022, the Finns come back to Pratteln with their tenth album and a new bass player on the occasion of the "Killectour" to once again offer the fans a little bit of horror show.
With their surprising win of the Eurovision Song Contest 2006, Lordi became known far beyond the borders of the hard and heavy community. However, die-hard fans have been familiar with the band, which has been in the music circus for almost three decades, since their debut "Get Heavy" (2003) and the catchy song "Would You Love A Monsterman? In their Finnish homeland, the musical monster bakes have long since achieved cult status. Kids sip Lordi Coke and suck on Lordi candies. Even credit cards with the musicians' creepy likenesses are considered trustworthy in Finland. In 2008, the band even shot a feature-length horror film, just like Kiss once did. Hollywood-like it goes then also on the stage to and fro. With a powerful, unstoppable live show, which is somewhere between Kiss, Alice Cooper and GWAR and combines the theatricality of classic horror films with real rock'n'roll feeling, the monster rockers inspire their fans with beautiful regularity. One can always be curious about the costumes, which Mr. Lordi personally designs. The band leader says: "Create the band you want to see yourself on stage. Write the songs you want to sing along to yourself. That's what we love!" You can check out what he means by that on the latest live DVD. Recorded at Z7, "Recordead Live" offers 2 hours of concert footage including a lot of bonus material, including "Inferno", the first ever released music video of the band from 1995. The perfect music to shorten the waiting time until the new album and the "Killectour".
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Wheelchair users need a normal ticket, the accompanying person is free.
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