Metal Evilution Presents
Steel Assassins 2013 Tickets NSW
6:00pm, Fri 1st November, 2013 - 1:00am, Sun 3rd November, 2013
Bald Faced Stag Hotel, NSW
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ELM STREET (vic) + RAZORWYRE (nz) + WIDOW (usa) + SOULFORGE (nsw) + MAJISTER (nsw) + AVARIN (nsw) + DAMNATIONS DAY (vic) + HAZMAT (nsw) + BANE OF WINTERSTORM (vic) + FENRIR (nsw) + SABRETUNG (nsw) + GOREFIELD (qld) + MASON (vic) + MALAKYTE (qld) + MATRONARCH (sa) + HEAD IN A JAR (nsw) + ENTER VI (nsw) + CEREBRAL CONTORTION (nsw)
Australia's only 2 Day event dedicated to Heavy/Trad/Power/Thrash and Melodic Metal, Steel Assassins is returning again for it's second installment on November 1st and 2nd this year. After a successful debut in 2012 at Sydney's Sandringham Hotel that featured the likes of VOYAGER, MEGAHERA (Italy), DARKER HALF, TABERAH and more the festival is looking to up the ante and present a line up of the best True Heavy Metal to be found in Australia and beyond.
18 acts of Steel will ascend on The Wall (Bald Faced Stag Hotel) in Sydney come the first weekend of November to submerge the city in a haze of denim, leather, beer and flailing horns and hair. Leading the charge in 2013 are international Trad Metal sensations ELM STREET (vic) and for the first time live in Australia RAZORWYRE (nz) will represent New Zealand with it's own powerful brand of oldschool Heavy Metal which is also taking them to Europe early this year.
Also confirmed are WIDOW (usa) playing one show only here, MAJISTER who are hitting the stage again for the first time in 15 years, AVARIN (nsw), DAMNATIONS DAY (vic), HAZMAT (nsw), GOREFIELD (qld), MASON (vic), MALAKYTE (qld) and many more. This weekend is a must for every Heavy Metal fan who wishes to resort to a time when sub genres weren't necessary and the term Heavy Metal was all you needed. Traditions never die and neither will Steel Assassins!! \m/
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