Sunday, 09. March 2014 - 00:03
29. 02. 12. - 15:00
British band Leafblade returns to Romania for a new gig at the Ghost Fest, in Rasnov, Brasov county (central Romania) this summer.
Acoustic band Leafblade will play in an extended group of: Sean Jude, Kevin Murphy, les Smith (ex Cradle of Filth and Anathema) and Mick Reed (ex Anathema).
The band - which launched its first album in 2009, "Beyond, Beyond" - combines rock, medieval, folk and progressive sounds. This year, they are to release their second album "Portrait".
Italian band EchO, known for doom and psychedelic sounds, will also play at the Ghost Fest.
The lineup also includes: Trobar de Morte (Spain), The Moon&the Night Spirirt (Hungary), Allerseelen (Austria) and Trei Parale (Romania).
The Ghost Fest takes place on 13 and 14 July near Rasnov fortress, and offers craftsmen training and exhibitions during the day, while concerts are scheduled at night.
Tickets are available online on eventim.ro, biletoo.ro, bilet.ro, blt.ro and myticket.ro.
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