芬兰维京金属 Finland Viking Metal Band —— Moonsorrow

芬兰维京金属 Moonsorrow 2016中国巡演深圳站

 

时间:2016.03.01 周二 20:30

场地:B10现场 http://www.b10live.cn

地址:深圳市南山区华侨城创意文化园北区C2栋北侧

电话:0755-86337602(15:00-18:00,仅供咨询)

主办方:华侨城创意文化园

演出不设座位,场地两旁有数十张椅子可供休息。

20:00检票入场。

 

购票信息

票价:预售 160 元;现场 200 元

1/预售

※截止时间:3月1日 00:00

①实体:旧天堂书店(华侨城创意文化园北区A5栋120#)

②淘宝:https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?id=527026538292

③有演出:https://youyanchu.com/show/19984

2/现场

地点:B10现场

※现场售票19:30开始。

 

当海上马车夫奔腾不息,远赴沙场;当骁勇善战的日耳曼民族驾着嘶鸣的战马,刀光剑影时。维京族在一片荒原中点燃了篝火,夕阳勾勒出三支乐队的影子,他们在壮阔场景中永生。 

以芬兰维京金属三剑客Finnotroll,Ensiferum和Moonsorrow为代表的北欧金属力量中尤以Moonsorrow最为突出。他们的歌曲时而是一首唯美的战争史诗,宛如再现了当年铁血纷飞的十字军东征的混沌年代;时而是一声铿锵有力的咆哮,在呐喊,在金戈声声撞击中,救赎在战火中挣扎的英魂。从2001年的《Suden uni》直到2011年的《Varjoina kuljemme kuolleiden maassa》,6张录音室专辑记录了乐队的风雨征程;从首张专辑宏大的维京风格和另类民谣吸纳入新成员Mitja Harvilahti和Lord Euren的加入后,到炮制出鸿篇巨制《Kivenkantaja》,受到全球瞩目,直到最近的《Varjoina kuljemme kuolleiden maassa》大气的键盘和狂躁的吉他把听众带入古战场,体会历史与现实交错的空间。特别值得一提的是,《Kivenkantaja》不是大唱悲观消极的死亡论,不是歌颂爱情的佳谣,而是用沉重的鼓点和愤怒的嘶吼在不和谐的优雅旋律中扩散开来,从序曲《Unohduksen Lapsi》紧锣密鼓征兆着战争的冗长,士兵已经焦躁不安,到同名单曲揭开了序幕,顷刻间,所有金属乐器变奏,如燎原的星火一般,所有士兵勇往直前,哪怕狂风骤雨,哪怕浴血奋战,但心中总有一个声音告诉自己:要坚持,要顽强。 

是的,这就是金属带来的正面力量。当你被喧嚣蒙蔽了双耳,当你欲望侵占了心灵,何不坚决地说声“不!”像内心强大的战士一般,充满血性,和Moonsorrow那样。准备好冲锋陷阵了吗?相约年初,一起让内心更加坚强。

 

更多信息

豆瓣:

http://www.douban.com/group/moonsorrow.vk/

视频:

Moonsorrow - Raunioilla (音频)

http://v.qq.com/boke/page/l/0/l/l01724dnffl.html

Moonsorrow - Kylan Paassa (Live)

http://v.qq.com/boke/page/2/e/n/2eBxrdCnson.html


Finland Viking Metal Band Moonsorrow 2016 China Tour Shenzhen Station

 

Time: 2016.03.01 Tuesday 20:30

Venue: B10 Live http://www.b10live.cn

Add: Building C2, North District, OCT-LOFT, Nanshan District, Shenzhen

Tel: 0755 86337602 (15:00-18:00, info only)

Organizer: OCT-LOFT Culture Development Co., Ltd

Admittance starts at 20:00.

Open area with several seats on both sides for resting purpose.

 

Ticketing

Fare: Presale 160 RMB; At Door 200 RMB

1/Presale

※Presale service available until 00:00 on 3.1

①Entity: Old Heaven Books (120#, A5, North District of OCT-LOFT)

②Taobao: https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?id=527026538292

③Youyanchu: https://youyanchu.com/show/19984

2/Booking

Please send the following information to midori@b10live.cn at least ONE DAY before the concert:

1.Name 2.Phone number 3.Date of the concert 4.Quantity of tickets

Ticket reservation will be closed 15 minutes before the show starts, please pick up your ticket at B10 Live in time.

3/At Door: B10 Live

※Starts at 19:30 on the day.

 

Moonsorrow was founded in late 1995 by cousins Henri and Ville Sorvali in their hometown of Helsinki, Finland. The description, "epic heathen metal", came into the picture somewhere later, but the general idea was there from the beginning: to create epic metal art with a good touch of national romanticism and a distinctively pagan approach. And as much as Moonsorrow's music may have evolved over the years, the principle is still the same. 

Between 1996 and 1998 Moonsorrow recorded four demos: "Metsä" in 1997 and "Tämä ikuinen talvi" in 1998. The other two were unfortunate to disappear and/or be destroyed, and thus never released. The demos helped develop Moonsorrow a small fanbase, and "Tämä ikuinen talvi" eventually earned the band their first record contract with Plasmatica Records. Up until this point Moonsorrow had worked with a drum machine, but the inclusion of an actual drummer felt necessary resulting to Marko Tarvonen joining the band. 

In February 2000 Moonsorrow entered the Tico Tico Studios, which was to become their second home, to record their debut album "Suden uni". The album was released later in June 2001 (go figure). Moonsorrow started carefully with a few live shows in 2000, and invited Mitja Harvilahti and Markus Eurén as session members. It didn't take long though when they realised that the band would be complete as a solid five-piece. 

Quite shortly after the release of "Suden uni" Moonsorrow signed a new record deal with Spikefarm Records, and headed to the studio to record their second album, "Voimasta ja kunniasta", which was released also in 2001. "Voimasta ja kunniasta" showed the first hint of success, and the follow-up "Kivenkantaja" (2003) eventually reached the Finnish charts on position 16. 

After "Kivenkantaja" Moonsorrow took a short break, which was finally interrupted by their first shows abroad in 2004 and the fourth album, "Verisäkeet", in early 2005. "Verisäkeet" also reached the charts, this time on position 18. The first full-size European tour took place in 2006 with Primordial. 

Having renewed their contract with Spikefarm Records, Moonsorrow is currently on the verge of letting out their fifth, called "Viides luku - Hävitetty". This album sees the bold act of putting together only two songs around the 30-minute mark each. The album is set to set the world afire, followed by immense touring around Finland and Europe in the year 2007. 

After increasing set of shows was performed in 2007 Moonsorrow decided to record some new tracks together with the selected cover tracks and older material updated. They had the idea of "Tulimyrsky" ("Firestorm") for years. A song that couldn't fit on the previous album concepts. Now it was right time to release it as an ep. Lasting almost 30 minutes the song has the most fierce parts the band has ever tracked. Always going their own way and not bowed for trends but towards their original roots and influences, including the Scandinavian black metal ca. 1992-1993 and their growing interest towards progressive rock of the '70's. A kind of Jethro Tull from hell was born! Lyrically the song continues the tales familiar from Voimasta ja Kunniasta. As the B-sides they re-recorded a couple of demo songs from 1997-98 and covered Metallica's classic "For Whom The Bell Tolls" and the ever-thrashing Merciless' "Back To North", giving both the needed moonsorrowish spice.

 

More Information

Douban Group:

http://www.douban.com/group/moonsorrow.vk/

Video:

Moonsorrow - Raunioilla (音频)

http://v.qq.com/boke/page/l/0/l/l01724dnffl.html

Moonsorrow - Kylan Paassa (Live)

http://v.qq.com/boke/page/2/e/n/2eBxrdCnson.html