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Jack White, for the first time in Romania

The winner of 8 Grammy Music Awards, Jack White (White Stripes), will be playing for the first time in Romania on the 9th of November at Romexpo as part of the tour promoting his new album.

Jack White is this summer's sensation. His latest album, Lazaretto, launched on the 10th of June, reached first place in Billboard 200 on its launch and has been sold in over 140.000 copies during the first week since its appearance. Since April, the non-conformist artist, guitarist, composer and music producer has charmed millions of fans both at the numerous festivals which he head-lined – such as Music Midtown in Atlanta, Bonaroo in Manchester, Glastonbury and iTunes Festival – and the sold-out concerts in numerous cities in the USA and West Europe.
Jack White is best known as the founding member of the famous duo The White Stripes with which he has managed to enthrall his fans with his non-conformism, natural vibe and eclectic style that combines elements from blues, rock and punk.

His divorce with Megan White led to the break-up of The White Stripes, and Jack White started his solo career, this time with an altogether new formula: always reinventing himself and exploring new dimensions with his music, White surrounded himself by extraordinary musicians in order to add to the complexity of the atmosphere of his songs.
On the 9th of November, Jack White will be arriving in Bucharest, at Pavilionul Central Romexpo with a truly unique show: a production filled with originality and style, imagined by White down to the smallest detail. One of the greatest guitarists of our time, the riffs and solos so characteristic of White will resound in the distinctive ambiance, under the mysterious blue that has become defining for the new concept developed by the artist.
It is truly an unique occasion to take part in one of the most non-conformist musical phenomena of our times.

Public access will begin at 18:00 and the concert will begin at 20:00.

After the pre-sale, tickets will be available starting with Friday the 19th of September through Eventim and online on Prices will be as follows:
First-on-the-scene tickets (first 1000) in the normal circle category will be available for the exclusive price of 130 lei and the ones in the Golden Circle category (first 500) will be available for the exclusive price of 215 lei. After the First-on-the-scene offer runs out, the final price for the Normal Circle category will be 157 lei and the final price for the Golden Circle category will be 252 lei. VIP category tickets (seated) will be available at the price of 360 lei.
The Jack White Concert in Romania is organized by Phoenix Entertainment and recommended by Rock FM.

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UNEARTH is set to play in Sofia on 16 September. The US metalcore machine will destroy the *MIXTAPE 5* side B.
The support will be announced next week.
The gig is promoted by radio TANGRA MEGA ROCK with tickets priced 25 BGN (18 Euro) to go on sale on Monday through They will go up to 30 BGN on the day.

Source: TangraMegaRock

PARADISE LOST unveils SONGS to be played with ORCHESTRA

PARADISE LOST is set to play for the first time with a real Orchestra on 20 September.

The show will welcome fans from all over Europe in the special settings of the Roman open air theater in Plovdiv, Bulgaria and is promoted by radio Tangra Mega Rock.

PARADISE LOST has confirmed the songs to be performed for the first time with an orchestra, these are:

1. Last Regret
2. Your Own reality
3. Over The Madness
4. Joys Of The Emptiness
5. Gothic
6. Tragic Idol
7. Soul Courageous

Plus a brand new song, which title will be revealed next week.

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Source: Radio TangraMegaRock


ENTOMBED A.D. and GRAVE will play at Sofia's JET ROCK club on 10 October.

Tickets are already on sale via Eventim and BGTSC. The price is 35 BGN~18 Euro, at the door the price will be 45 BGN~23 Euro.


GHOST will be the support act for IRON MAIDEN in Sofia

The Swedish heavy metal band GHOST will be the support act for IRON MAIDEN's concert in Sofia. The band was formed in 2008 and gained popularity with their debut full-length album Opus Eponymous, which went on to be nominated for a Grammis award (the Swedish alternative to the Grammys) in 2011 in the "Best Hard Rock" album category. Their second and much anticipated album Infestissumam was released in 2013 with a major label backing (Universal Music group), debuted at number one in Sweden, and won the Grammis Award for Best Hard Rock/Metal Album in 2013.

GHOST are easily recognizable because of their eccentric on-stage presence. Five of the group's six members wear hooded robes and the vocalist appears wearing skull make-up and dressed as a Roman-Catholic pope. The band's members keep their identities secret and their names have not been publicly disclosed; the vocalist calls himself Papa Emeritus II and the musicians are only referred to as Nameless Ghouls.


Here is how the band describes itself:

As the tides change and the flames mount, Papa Emeritus II and the Group of Nameless Ghouls reflect upon man's fall and the Antichrist's rise.

In the year of 13, the second phase of papa Emeritus II and the Group of Nameless Ghouls begins with the release of the sophomore psalm Infestissumam. Papa Emeritus II succeeded Papa Emeritus at the conclusion of phase one in the year of 12, and the Nameless Ghouls joined him under the unholy church's current moniker Ghost B.C. – the "B.C." is silent when spoken aloud, please remember that. Their rituals demand reverence and praise, fortified through a delivery of sweetly satanic melodies, snaking distorted riffs, and vaudevillian keyboards.

The world's introduction to the troupe, the year of 10's Opus Eponymous, closed with "Genesis", a foretelling of the Antichrist's coming. He is here now on Infestissumam and shall be treated accordingly.

Infestissumam – Latin for "The greatest threat" – refers to the Antichrist as being the biggest danger to the Christian world, and ironically a choir conducted by Papa Emeritus II heralds His onset.

Speaking of life, Papa Emeritus II and the Group of Nameless Ghouls invite all to witness their rituals on stage. The front row remains continually comprised of females willing to do anything for Papa Emeritus II as a dramaturgical exposition of the Antichrist's ascent unfolds on stage. Rituals have taken place in front of sold out audiences across the world and at festivals such as Download, Orion Music + More, Coachella, and more. The congregation has grown to include such high-profile members as James Hetfield of Metallica, Phillip Anselmo of Down and Pantera, Fenriz of Darkthrone who has the honor of being the first public supporter, and Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters and Nirvana, who participated in the recorded ritual on a cover of ABBA's "I'm a Marionette".

The age of Infestissumam is formally underway. Allow Papa Emeritus II and the Group of Nameless Ghouls to open your mind or simply play witness. Either way, you're under their spell now.

Of course, the big stars of the night on June 16th will be IRON MAIDEN. Sofia is one of the last stops on their super successful MAIDEN ENGLAND WORLD TOUR. It started with 34 dates in the USA and Canada in June 2012, moved on to Europe and Latin America in 2013, and in summer of 2014 the sextet is returning on European soil.

IRON MAIDEN's fans should prepare for an mindblowing show in Sofia. "Arena Armeets Sofia" hall will be blown to bits by the British metal legends who promise that this will be a truly spectacular evening, indeed. Except for some set list changes, the concert will feature an incomparable light show, including pyrotechnics, and a unique new look for the band's mascot – EDDIE the Head.

When the tour ends on 5th July at the Sonisphere Festival at Knebworth, UK, IRON MAIDEN's show will be watched by over 2 million exalted fans all over the world. This would be just another proof that the band does not have plans to slow down or to lose the passion, which is the reason why it continues to be at the top of metal music for more than three decades.

Tickets for IRON MAIDEN's show are available at prices from 60 to 140 leva and can be purchased from all Ticketpro outlets in the country and online at


On Saturday 20th September gothic metallers PARADISE LOST will be performing at an exclusive show in the magnificent Roman theatre in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. For the one off event the band will be joined by the renowned Plovdiv Philharmonic Orchestra founded nearly 70 years ago and made up of over 100 highly qualified musicians. The orchestra has its roots in the hundred year old orchestral tradition in Plovdiv and over the years has launched the careers of many world-famous conductors.

The prestigious evening will be promoted by the Bulgarian independent radio station Radio Tangra Mega Rock and orchestrated by conductor Levon Manukyan who wrote the first metal ballet and is the founder of the Levon Manukyan Collegium Musicum orchestra.

"We have recorded elements of orchestration many times in the studio over the last two decades, as many of our songs lend themselves well to classical arrangement. However, we have never before had the chance to play with a real orchestra in a live situation, so it's very exciting to have the opportunity to play with Plovdiv Philharmonic and in such a prestigious location as the Roman theatre"

This event will mark a key milestone in PARADISE LOST's, already esteemed, career as they make their first ever performance accompanied by a full live orchestra.

Source: TangraMegaRock