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EVENT | Shadowalls – Runaway Train Album Release live at The Quadrangle – May 16

Date: Saturday May 16

Time: 8:00 pm

Location: THE QUADRANGLE – Hazmiyeh


  • Shadowalls – A Progressive Rock band presenting a blend of some true rock n’ roll inspirations and a touch of modern rock. A while ago, the band released the first single and title track “Runaway Train”.
  • Runaway Jacks – A Hard Rock band playing originals. They recently released a music video for their single “Unseen”.


Entrance Fee:  25,000 L.L including the EP and 1 beer!

EVENT | REBELLION, CANDLENDS & HOMESICK live at The Quadrangle – May 2nd

Date: Saturday May 2nd

Time: 9:00 pm

Location: THE QUADRANGLE – Hazmiyeh


  • Rebellion – A Lebanese heavy metal band always aiming to give you the best of 80’s tunes as well as their originals from the upcoming album
  • Candlends – A three-piece grunge band that covers the best of Nirvana as well as their originals
  • HOMESICK – A Talented Rock Band with fresh new blood

Entrance Fee:  10$ including one beer


An event that’ll blow your minds on Saturday the 2nd of May. Three bands unite to share the stage at the Quadrangle pub. It’s gonna get heavy and it’s gonna get crazy… Be there at 9 pm and be ready to ROCK.

Aly Akl Released Ambient Metal Album QalaQ

Aly Akl… The scene is probably unfamiliar with this name, though he is not new to it. Aly is a Lebanese drummer, or better say musician. Most of you have recently known him from Qantara, the band that played 20 minutes as guests during the W:O:A Metal Battle, but were considered winners in the eyes of the fans, despite not being part of the battle. Continue reading

EVENT (UPDATED)| KAZ Presents: Metro Blast, Metro Al Madina – May 9


Date: Saturday, May 9th

Time: 8:30 pm (First band starts at 9:00)

Location: Metro Al Madina, Hamra, Beirut

Entrance Fee: 20$ including 1 Beer Continue reading

Anuryzm And Phenomy At The Persian Rock & Metal Festival TOMORROW

One day left for our bands to rock the stage in Turkey.

ANURYZM, a Lebanese creation, started in Lebanon back in 2003 and is now based in Dubai. 12 years later, in 2015, they have one album, “Worm’s Eye View”, which was released in 2011. They have shared the stage with legendary bands such as Black Sabbath, Avenged Sevenfold, Yngwie Malmsteen, Nightwish, Epica, Dark Tranquillity, and more. And so, big festivals are not new to Anuryzm.

PHENOMY completed their line-up as a band and started only in late 2014, but they are rising, and they are rising fast. Now that the band is alive and active, you probably would like to know that they have a full album waiting to be recorded.

Anuryzm and Phenomy will be playing at the Persian Rock & Metal Festival TOMORROW.  Make sure you show the guys all the love and support they need to show the world what we have.



EVENTS: Codename : Chaos, Sesto Senso – March 14

Date: Saturday March 14

Time: 7:00 pm

Location: Sesto Senso, Centre Versailles, Joünié

Entrance Fee:   20,000 L.L including 1 beer (discounts on additional beer)


  • Phenomy: Melodic thrash metal performing one last show before they head to Turkey to participate in Persian Rock & Metal Festival. (More info here)
  • Deathtone: Melodic death metal band, known before for covering Children Of Bodom. They will be playing their original songs.
  • Apathia: Groove metal band from Tripoli covering Lamb of God, Pantera, and Sepultura songs.
  • Victim In My Dreams: Metalcore band that covers bands like As I Lay Dying, Killswitch Engage and others.
  • Crusader: A tribute band to  Trivium.


Facebook Event.

EVENT | Metal Militia: A Metal Night, Yukunkun Gemmayzeh – March 12

Date: Thursday, March 12

Time: 9:00 pm

Location: Yukunkun, Gemmayzeh

Entrance Fee: 10,000 LL


We’re back for another metal night! Come by Yukunkun (Gemmayzeh) on Thursday March 12th for some mind blasting metal tracks.
The tracks will be played by Serge Keshishian (Innerguilt) and Noise (Jessica Jinbachian).
A wide variety of metal genres will be played throughout the night.
Styles of metal that will be played: Heavy, progressive, nu-metal, groove, thrash, melodic, djent, death, technical death, old school death, black, melodic black, grindcore, goregrind and many others…

This metal night will have a military theme, so let’s all wear our army/military clothing.

Gather up soldiers of metal and let’s mosh and headbang the true brutal way!

Metal Militia

Check out the event page on Facebook Here.


Wacken’s battle of the bands hits the Lebanese scene in early April!

Wacken Open Air, the biggest metal festival in the world (selling out tickets one week after ticket release for 10 consecutive years), has been arranging for the past 11 years battles around the world giving competing bands the chance to play on the Headbanger’s stage of the W:O:A Festival. Continue reading

Metal East Fest , The Music Room – March 6

Date: Friday, March 6

Time: 7:00 pm

Location:  The Music Room Bur Dubai, Mankhool Road Dubai, United Arab Emirates.


Tickets : 150 AED

Copies of “Catacombs”, Voice Of The Soul’s latest album can be found at the event( Check it out Here).

Hosted by : JoScene & Metal East Records

ANURYZM to Play Persian Rock & Metal Festival

ANURYZM, another Lebanese creation, is out to show the world what we can give. The progressive metal band started in Lebanon back in 2003 and is now based in Dubai. In 2015, 12 years later, they have an album, “Worm’s Eye View”, which was released in 2011, and have shared the stage with legendary bands such as Black Sabbath, Avenged Sevenfold, Yngwie Malmsteen, Nightwish, Epica, Dark Tranquillity, and more.

And so, Anuryzm is not new to big festivals, and their latest will be the Persian Rock & Metal Festival in Turkey on the 27th & 28th of March. They will share the stage with another Lebanese band, Phenomy, Master of Persia (organizers), and other bands from all over.

Best of luck to Anuryzm, another band we can’t but be proud of.

Here is a Video for ANURYZM opening for the Godfathers of Metal BLACK SABBATH:



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