ULTIMA RATIO FEST 2023 28.09. – 15.10.2023 VVK Start ab Mittwoch 18.01.2023

No rest for the wicked! Nach der erfolgreichen Ultima Ratio Fest Edition 2022 wird sich auch 2023 eine schlagkräftige Truppe in Bewegung setzen – das Package gehört nach ganz oben auf die Wunschliste aller Fans, die intensive, melancholische Klänge zu schätzen wissen.

Es wird einen exklusiven VVK für die Shows in Deutschland ab Mittwoch 18.01.23 um 12 Uhr via Eventim geben
Der allgemeine VVK startet am Freitag 20.01.23 um 12 Uhr Link: https://ultima.deinetickets.de/

Hier das Billing und die Stationen:

Paradise Lost
Primordial
rotierende Supports:
Omnium Gatherum
Harakiri for the Sky

28.09. Karlsruhe, Substage
29.09. Zürich, Komplex
30.09. Memmingen, Kaminwerk
01.10. Wiesbaden, Schlachthof
02.10. Nürnberg, Löwensaal
04.10. Antwerpen, Trix
05.10. Saarbrücken, Garage
06.10. Prag, MeetFactory
07.10. Wien, Vienna Metal Meeting
08.10. Budapest, Barba Negra
10.10. Wroclaw, A2
11.10. Hannover, Capitol
12.10. Hamburg, Kronensaal
13.10. Leizig, Hellraiser
14.10. Oberhausen, Turbinenhalle 2
15.10. Utrecht, TivoliVredenburg

PARADISE LOST have been making over the last 32 years, even though this most resilient of British metal bands have stoically refused to be pinned down to one easily defined formula. Powered by a lust for creativity and a stout devotion to haunting heaviness, PARADISE LOST have defied the odds by coming back stronger than ever over the past decade.

“We’re doing really well right now,” says guitarist and co-founder Greg Mackintosh“The last few albums have gone down well and we’ve gradually moved back up the festival bills. But for me, I think about it more in terms of being relaxed and content. It’s a good time to be in PARADISE LOST.”

Formed in Halifax, West Yorkshire, in 1988, PARADISE LOST were unlikely candidates for metal glory when they slithered from the shadows and infiltrated the UK underground. But not content with spawning an entire subgenre with early death/doom masterpiece „Gothic“ nor with conquering the metal mainstream with the balls-out power of 1995’s „Draconian Times“, they have subsequently traversed multiple genre boundaries with skill and grace, evolving through the pitch-black alt-rock mastery of ‘90s classics „One Second“ and „Host“ to the muscular but ornate grandeur of 2009’s „Faith Divides Us – Death Unites Us“ and „Tragic Idol“ (2012), with the nonchalant finesse of grand masters. The band’s last two albums – „The Plague Within“ (2015) and „Medusa“ (2017) – saw a much celebrated return to brutal, old school thinking, via two crushing monoliths to slow-motion death and spiritual defeat. Consistently hailed as one of metal’s most charismatic live bands, PARADISE LOST arrive in this new decade as veterans, legends and revered figureheads for several generations of gloomy metalheads. In keeping with their unerring refusal to deliver the expected, 2020 brings one of the band’s most diverse and devastating creations to date.

Hungry for some modern melodic death metal with ridiculously catchy pop influences? Well, your dinner has just been served.
Omnium Gatherum – OG for close friends – has been offering remarkable pieces of melodic death metal for already twenty-five shining years. While storming through these ferocious decades, Omnium Gatherum has convinced worldwide legions of heavy metal lovers by releasing unstoppable musical onslaughts and touring relentlessly all over the world.

It is this state of diffused terror and paralysis that has been enshrined in HARAKIRI FOR THE SKY’s music ever since their 2012 debut album. January 2021 will see more tales from their feverish dreams ready to break out into the light of day. With M.S.‘s captivating guitar melodies and J.J.‘s lyrics, ridden with trauma, delirium and loss, their unique mixture of black metal and post rock creates an inescapable maelstrom of shattering screams and sudden acoustic guitar interludes. As pioneers of the “post“ movement, the Austrians have, ever since their conception in 2011, drawn fans and critics deeper and deeper into the depths of their melancholy, self-hate and anger.

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