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Beirut Metal Fest | Concrete 1994 | April 29

The Lebanese Metal Scene has been going through a serious case of hibernation and the reason is the lack of international metal bands!

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Garage Ink 2 By Instruments Garage March 13 – 20

After the success of the first Garage Ink, Gregory Tetradis Greger is coming once again to Instruments Garage for a live Tattoo show during Garage Ink 2.

Starting March 13 till March 20, Gregory, one of the most talented tattoo artists, will be working live at Instruments Garage Ashrafieh during Garage Ink 2.

Gregory will be doing tattoos for pre-booked clients, so all you have to do is send an email to Instruments Garage to get a quotation and you can then book your tattoo session by paying a down payment.

Don’t miss out on that chance, send your email with your tattoo design along with the desired size to info@instrumentsgarage.com in order to get a quotation for it and schedule an appointment.
Garage Ink 2

Garage Ink 2 Description

Coming straight from London for round 2 due to popular demand, one of the greatest tattoo artists out there, Gregory Tetradis Greger, will be working live at Instruments Garage, for one week only: from 13 until 20 March, giving you the most amazing tattoo you could ever dream of!

His time is limited, so hurry up and email us on info@instrumentsgarage.com to book your appointment! For more info, call us on 01- 202 302

For more info, call 01- 202 302

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THE RESURRECTION At Quandrangle Hazmieh – March 8

The Resurrection

Bands: Aces High, FreeFall
Location: Quadrangle Hazmieh
Date: Wednesday, March 8, 2017
Entrance: 15,000 L.L.

Event Description:

On march 8th at The Quadrangle Hazmieh, The Resurrection of Aces High with a bigger and heavier come back will happen, with opening band FreeFall.
Entrance: 10$ + 1 free beer
Doors open at 9:00PM, show starts at 10:00 PM
For reservations, call: 03/654257

Aces High is back, with a big line up change and a harder & heavier tone, with Ex-Napview and Decibel Hunter vocalist Hrag Meguerditchian and New bassist Joseph Abi Rashed, we’re ready to hit the stage and prove that we’re back bigger and stronger than before with multiple original songs, join us on March 8th 2017 at Quadrangle as we do our comeback.

FreeFall is a neo formed metal band forged by long friendship and love for music. Their unique style tainted by many different genres of music brings a new taste to the music scene. Formed back in 2013, frontman Majd El Roumi, Guitarist Antoine Saade, and Bassist/Clown Moh Fakih formed what would now be FreeFall. Members came and went, but the original trio still remains, with the addition of Albert Obeid on lead guitar and Jack Khamo as the drummer. The band mixes many tastes of music through original songs and awesome covers of famous bands (Metallica, SOAD, A7x, Ghost, Disturbed, RHCP, Breaking Benjamin, etc…).

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Winter METAL SLAM At Metro Al Madina – March 11

Winter METAL SLAM It’s been a while since we have seen these bands perform lately. Dedicated to Rise with the ...
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Winter METAL SLAM At Metro Al Madina – March 11

Winter METAL SLAM

It’s been a while since we have seen these bands perform lately. Dedicated to Rise with the Scene, Metal Bell Magazine teamed up with the young organizers Rock Insight Organization who have shown an incredible dedication to the scene in the past 2 years.
Metal Slam is one of many collaborative events to come, and this time with its winter edition, it features 4 of the top-notch Metal bands in Lebanon and introduces a new band for the first time. The styles vary from Thrash and Classical Heavy Metal to the long forgotten style in the local scene: BLACK METAL.
The event will be headlined by Deathlam and ZiX, supported by Eden and Risky Violet, and will introduce for the first time newcomers Nuwera.
Metal Slam is an event that is being organized in a joint venture between Metal Bell Magazine and Rock Insight Organization.

Bands:
Nuwera – Thrash Metal
Risky Violet – Nu-metal
Eden – Thrash Metal
ZiX – True Metal/Power Metal
Deathlam – Black Metal

Doors Open at 8:00 pm
Event Starts at 8:30 pm
Ticket: 25,000 L.L.

Standing Event

Organized by: Rock Insight Organisation
Produced By: Metal Bell Magazine

ON FACEBOOK: Winter METAL SLAM

Tickets available at Metro & All Librairie Antoine branches.
Seats are assigned by Metro
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Sound engineer: Jawad Chaaban
Stage manager & light operator: Lara Nassar
Stage technician: Nabil Abou el Heijaa
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Metro Al Madina
Hamra, Saroulla Building(-2)
Facebook-twitter-instagram/metroalmadina
info@metromadina.com
www.metromadina.com
Ticketing: +961-76309363, Mondays to Saturdays: 10 to 9 pm, Sundays: 2 to 9 pm

Wheelchair access available upon request

The Alaa Faqir Project Set To Storm Dubai

DATE: Friday January 27, 2017
LOCATION: The Music Room – Bur Dubai
BANDS: The Alaa Faqir Project – LaGlobus STILL RAW Sandstörm
ENTRANCE: 80 AED
AGE RESTRICTION: 21+

Jordan’s leading rock band led by guitar virtuoso Alaa Faqir to play at The Music Room
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Odious Returns To Alexandria – Egypt

ODIOUS is a Symphonic Oriental Black Death Metal band from Alexandria – Egypt, formed in 1998 with the intention of creating something new and unconventional with their music. In the year 2000,  they recorded an Oriental Doom with Black Metal influences demo that was never released. The 2000 recording experience helped the band in making the decision to adopt the Oriental Black Metal style, and they crowned this decision by self-releasing their first official demo, “Summoned by Night“, in 2003. Due to the huge “Summoned by Night“, the band got signed to the Greek record label Sleaszy Rider Records on June 20, 2005 and released their first full-length album entitled “Mirror of Vibrations” in July 2007.

Hibernating for a couple of years, ODIOUS was built up from the ground up in 2012 by Basem Fakhry covering all Vocals and Orchestration and George Boulos handling the drumming duties. Since then, the band have become one of the most active bands in the scene, releasing their highly acclaimed and successful sophomore album “Skin Age” in November 2015.

Today, the Egyptian Folk/Oriental Death/Black Metal band ODIOUS revealed the full details for their upcoming concert in Alexandria. Odious, who conquered the scene in 2015 with their “Skin Age” album and performed it live for the first time ever last year at Metal Blast Festival, will perform the album again but this time in Alexandria. In support of Egypt’s top Oriental Black Metal Band ODIOUS at “Hot Live Fumes” that will take place at Montreal Club – Mediterranean Azur on February 10 will be:
the rising Melodic Death band “Infernum Expectat” who performed for the first time last December at “Metal Grinders”.

DATE: February 10,  2017. Doors open at 6 PM
Ticket Price: 75 EGP (Includes 1 free drink)
18+ Event

Check Out The Event on FACEBOOK.

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ULI JON ROTH – Scorpions Revisited Live In Beirut, January 14

ULI JON ROTH  Scorpions Revisited Live in Beirut

DATE:  Saturday January 14th. Doors Open at 8:00 pm | Show Starts at 9:30 pm
LOCATION: Metro Al Madina – Hamra, Beirut
BANDS: ULI JON ROTH (Ex-Scorpions)
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TIME To ROCK – RADIO BEIRUT, December 18

Time To Rock

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TIME To ROCK
DATE: Sunday December 18, 2016, 4:00 pm
LOCATION: Radio Beirut – Mar Mkhayel
BANDS: Drumsens Students Ft. Nadine Shehade (Vocals), Makram Aboul Hoson (Bass), Shant Bajac (Guitar)
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BTP – (Beer Tattoo Party) Vol.1 The Live Tattoo Show

Having a tattoo has become more and more popular in recent years. While it is still a taboo for some, the tattoo mania is growing and there is nothing stopping it.

People get tattoos for many reasons and it differs from one person to another. Some people get them to make a statement, others to express a personal feeling or thought. Some to carve a certain memory or a milestone in their life. While others just have tattoos for the art of it. Some get them as a way to express their personality and passions… and the list can go on forever.

BTP Beer Tattoo Patry – Vol 1.  The Live Tattoo Show!

For those many reasons, Ozz Tattoos & Accessories, in collaboration with FUEL Garage Bar, have put up a special event. It is a new concept where you can: Drink your BEER while having your TATTOO in a PARTY. How crazy is that? But wait, that’s not all. The crazy and most interesting part will be: a camera shooting the tattooing process for everyone to watch on 14 screens and an LCD projector.

Moreover, every single one of you will be given a free lottery ticket which will give you the chance to win very valuable prizes such as: Vouchers, Free Tattoos, Free piercings, Discounts on tattoos/piercings, Free drinks, and much more.

So BTP Beer Tattoo Party is an event not to be missed.

Date: December 3rd, 2016
Time: 8:00 pm
Location: Fuel Garage Bar (Mar Mkhayel)
Entrance: FREE
For more information: 03 003 425 – 03 372 908
Check out the event on: FACEBOOK.


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JADAL Live In Dubai – The Fridge, November 25

JADAL Live In Dubai for the first time!
LOCATION: The Fridge
DATE: Friday 25th of Nov, doors open at 7:30 pm
ENTRANCE FEE: 80 AED – Tickets sold online and at the Doors

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