While onboard the 7th annual 70000 Tons Of Metal Cruise we caught up with the guys in Century Media’s Finnish pagan metal band Moonsorrow and asked them to tell us about their most frightening tour story ever.
Day 4 of 70000 Tons of Metal is always the craziest. We caught the All-Star Jam (aka Jamming in International Waters) with musicians from various bands performing classic metal covers.
70000 Tons of Metal docked in Haiti on Day 3 of the cruise. Check out some shots of Marduk, Grave, Moonsorrow, Trollfest, Stam1na, and Uli John Roth.
The Pool Deck Stage opened up on Day 2 of 70000 Tons Of Metal, where you could watch great bands like Anthrax, Vreid and Suffocation while sitting comfortably in a hot tub.
On February 2, 2017, Round 7 of the 70000 Tons of Metal cruise set sail from Fort Lauderdale, FL. with 3000 fans excited to embark on 4 nights of pure metal debauchery featuring 61 bands on 4 stages aboard Royal Caribbean’s Independence of the Seas.
In this video, Iced Earth’s vocalist Stu Block and guitarist Jon Schaffer talk to us about the positive impact music can have on not only the listeners but the songwriters as well.
In this video My Dying Bride founding member and guitarist, Andrew Craighan, talks to us about his band’s doom metal and how it has positively impacted the lives of dozens of the group’s fans.
Vocalist Paul Kuhr of The End Records metal band Novembers Doom shared this awesome tour story that we’ve titled “Dirty Laundry”.
On 2016’s 70000 Tons of Metal cruise we gave Moyses Kolesne, guitarist for Brazilian Century Media death metal legends, Krisiun, the Rockblot test, our take on the Hermann Rorschach inkblot test.
In this new episode of Tales of Touring Terror COB drummer Jaska Raatikainen helps us to understand the downfall of sharing a tour bus.
Wanting to better know Michael “Vorph” Locher, vocalist and guitarist for the Nuclear Blast and Season of Mist metal band, Samael, we had some fun with Rockblot, our take on the Rorschach inkblot test.
Tampa, Florida’s revered Century Media metallers, Iced Earth, pummeled crowds on this year’s 70000 Tons of Metal. Jon Schaffer (guitar, vocals) and Stu Block (lead vocals) also shared this gnarly story about… well… a restaurant?
In between chatting with fans and performing tracks of the band’s twelfth opus, Feel the Misery (out now via Peaceville Records), My Dying Bride guitarist Andrew Craighan shared with us this awesome tour story.