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Garmonbozia Inc. presents: Kamelot with guest Leaves’ Eyes @ Paris, Elysée Montmartre



Garmonbozia Inc., en accord avec RTN Touring, présente :

[ 🎤 groupes ] □ KAMELOT (power) www.kamelot.com
□ LEAVES’ EYES (symphonic metal) www.leaveseyes.com

[ 📝 où et quand ] samedi 15.09.2018 @ Paris – Elysée Montmartre

[ 🎁 tickets -chers+jolis] 32€ //
□ envois postaux : billetterie@garmonbozia-inc.com
□ Paris : Rock’n Roll Voltage (+0.5€/ticket)

[ 🎫 billetteries ] 35.2€ //
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□ ticketmaster bit.ly/Kamelot-tm

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Therion France Shows by Garmonbozia Inc

Garmonbozia Inc. Presents:

The Sweedish Symphonic Operatic Metal THERION Live In France for 3 Shows!


In Paris on February 16 at Le Trabendo

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With Supporting bands

IMPERIAL AGE (symphonic metal from Russia) imperial-age.com
NULL POSITIV (rock/metal From Germany) nullpositiv.com
MIDNIGHT ETERNAL (symphonic metal From USA) MidnightEternal.com


Doors Open at 5,30 pm
– Midnight Eternal 15.40pm
– Null Positiv 6.40pm
Imperial Age 7.45pm
– Therion 9.00pm


30 €
e-mail: billetterie@garmonbozia-inc.com
or Rock’n Roll Voltage (+0.5€/ticket) & A Jeter Prom

ONLINE Tickets:

33 € //
– fnac ow.ly/x9Ov30eEk9D
– digitick ow.ly/sUOX30erEAD
– ticketmaster bit.ly/Therion-tm

In Lyon on February 18 at Ninkasi 

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With Supporting bands

IMPERIAL AGE (symphonic metal) imperial-age.com
NULL POSITIV (rock/metal) nullpositiv.com
MIDNIGHT ETERNAL (symphonic metal) MidnightEternal.com


– 24,49 €  (Sounds Like Hell Productions Membership rate only on YURPLAN)
– 25,30 € (Students at YURPLAN)
– 29,00 € (At The Door)

ONLINE Tickets:

26,99 € //

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In Marseille on February 28 at Espace Julien

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With Supporting Bands:

IMPERIAL AGE (symphonic metal) imperial-age.com
NULL POSITIV (rock/metal) nullpositiv.com
THE DEVIL  (Cinematic Metal) www.thedevil.org


23.99 € //
Online at: Le Molotov

Organized By:
Le Molotov


Garmonbozia Inc.




Anneke Van Giersbergen’s VUUR First Headlining Show REVIEW

Anneke Van Giesbergen’s VUUR First Headlining show REVIEW!

Anneke Van Giesbergen's VUUR First Headlining show REVIEW

Anneke Van Giersbergen was poised, charismatic, and down to earth. Two hours before the start of the show where she and her new formed band Vuur are going to headline for the first time, we left the tour bus where an in-depth interview has just taken place (find out all about it here). “It’s unbelievable” I said to myself “Unbelievable that a mega star like Anneke can be that modest and friendly”. I guess sometimes you have to see a person outside of the limelight to discover the human in them. To have a glimpse, only a little one at their true self.

Interview with Anneke Van Giersbergen

Episode 1 | Interview With ANNEKE VAN GIERSBERGEN Of VUUR

Interview with Anneke Van Giersbergen of Vuur - Ep 1 - Metal Bell Podcast! For our very first episode of ...

The place is Paris and on a cold and rainy Thursday evening of December, Vuur alongside My Propane and Scar Symmetry were ready to rock the Parisian night. Into the waiting line, I make my way and there to my surprise I meet many fans who came to see Scar Symmetry, a band that I didn’t know beforehand but for sure worth a listen. And for sure, all of Vuur’s fans waiting under rain drops to meet the stars of the night.

My Propane

The concert started with My Propane, a dark progressive band with one album under their sleeve (Modern Violent Gentleman-2013) with a new release coming soon. Their energy was quite remarkable with interesting melody lines and outstanding musicality. This band is definitely going straight to my Spotify playing list. Unexpected surprise…check!

Anneke Van Giesbergen's VUUR First Headlining show REVIEW

Scar Symmetry

The next act was the Swedish melodic death metal band Scar Symmetry. This band has a lot to offer: catchy riffs, dreamy melodies, strong growls, and spacy clean voice. By seeing the many die-hard fans in the audience losing it, I could say that Scar Symmetry has built a loyal fan base through the years even if this was the first time they play in Paris for a long time. Metal dose….check!


Then of course, it was time for the one and only Vuur. With their great melody lines, extreme music mastery, the spot on lighting, Vuur had the venue in their pocket!

Anneke, the front woman that she is, moved us all with her powerful, angelic voice proving again why she’s a power player in the metal world. She was on another dimension, moving us through space and time with her voice range and her undeniable presence on stage. She also plays an important role with the string section playing those important chords that add to the orchestra of steel.

But what caught my attention even more was the great harmony and connection between band members. Beginning with Ed Warby behind the drums, the guardian of the rhythm, he was spot on the whole concert bringing fluidity and beat to the sound.

And then there was the string section comprised of Jord Otto (guitars), Ferry Duijsens (guitars), and Johan van Stratum (bass). The energy between those three gentlemen was very satisfying to watch. Goofing on stage, making fun of one another, all while rocking the hell out of their instruments. With great solos of Otto, cut clear bass lines of van Stratum, and hypnotic rhythms of Duijsens, the mix was explosive.

They were not shy to include Anneke into their little stage games. Seeing the band on stage was a privilege. The playing, the amusement, and the stage atmosphere made the concert an extraordinary experience. A night to remember…check!

The setlist included mainly songs from Vuur new album “In this Moment We are Free-Cities”, but the surprise package were songs from “The Gentle Storm” (Anneke’s latest music adventures), a Devin Townsend song (Fallout), and the ending was no other than The Gathering’s signature song “Strange Machine” (for the full setlist, click here*). The only other song that I personally wished to be included was the power ballad “Freedom” from their latest release.

Taking a step back to see the whole picture, it seems that Vuur is one big family: The band members for sure but also lighting technicians, Evert behind the console and Robbin the tour manager who even with a broken hand because of a “stupid accident” (to paraphrase her own words) is around to make sure that it all goes smooth and on schedule for the band.

All in all, Vuur’s concert got the Metal Bell seal of approval! The only downside in my opinion was that there were some empty spots in the concert hall. An event like that really does merit a full house.

After the show, in a generous gesture, the band was at the merchandise booth for their traditional after party meet and greet. I make my way to thank Anneke and the boys for a great evening.

Then again, with a smile, with the lights almost out, and the energy fading away, we exchanged our farewells. The contrast between now and then tremendous just like the warrior’s rest after a glorious fight…. The balance is restored….. This is “Darkness and Light”…..

Anneke Van Giesbergen's VUUR First Headlining show REVIEW

– By  Maher Ajamane

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Interview with Anneke Van Giersbergen

Episode 1 | Interview With ANNEKE VAN GIERSBERGEN Of VUUR

Interview with Anneke Van Giersbergen of Vuur - Ep 1 - Metal Bell Podcast! For our very first episode of ...


Anneke Van Giersbergen’s Vuur Live In Paris

Garmonbozia Inc. presents :



Dutch vocalist Anneke van Giersbergen is easily one of the hardest working people in music, and an artist that defies being pigeonholed by genre. She will forever be known as the vocalist for melancholic metallers The Gathering, but since striking out on her own in 2007, she has solidified a solo career, recorded and performed multiple times with Canadian metal genius Devin Townsend, launched the prog rock band The Gentle Storm, and recorded an album with Icelandic folk group Árstíðir. This has provided Anneke with a huge catalogue to choose from as a live performer, but it has also created a certain amount of confusion amongst her fans which has led to the creation of a new band, VUUR, a new band that features some of the best heavy metal players in the Netherlands.

In early 2016, Anneke decided for the sake of clarity to narrow her musical focus, choosing to go in a folk acoustic direction as a solo artist and in a heavy progressive metal direction as a band vocalist. The name VUUR – translated from Dutch as “fire”, which can also be interpreted to mean “passion” or “drive” – was chosen as a moniker to represent Anneke’s metal side, with the idea that when fans buy a ticket with the VUUR name on it they will be getting her heavy progressive music, while an Anneke van Giersbergen show will be entirely different.

“It’s like I’m searching for contradictions,” Anneke says of splitting her focus in two. “I want the heavy to be really heavy, and the soft acoustic stuff that I can do can be almost silent and inward. I’m trying to find those outer limits. I’m still writing and collaborating with different people, so VUUR’s style is still kind of different from The Gathering and The Gentle Storm. You could say VUUR’s music has the melancholy of The Gathering and certain elements from The Gentle Storm, but it’s darker with fewer folk elements. It’s still melodic and warm, but heavy.”

The Gentle Storm proved to Anneke that fans have been waiting for her to go back to the heavy progressive style of music, which is why VUUR came to be.

VUUR will release their full length debut in the fall of 2017 produced by Joost van den Broek, who will also be involved in some of the writing and arranging. From there the band will hit stages across Europe and beyond. Make no mistake: VUUR is a band and not a project, meaning that Anneke will focus on new material as well as the heavier side of her previous outings.

“I will always play songs from The Gathering and Devin Townsend because I love them,” she says. “I also know for a fact that people want to hear those songs, so I’ll never leave them out. I also have my absolute favourite songs from The Gentle Storm that I will keep playing. I have such a big outlet to choose from nowadays, it’s such a luxurious position to be in. We should look at VUUR as my ultimate heavy outlet. It’s not a project, which is why when we make the setlist it will include the new stuff and my favourites from my catalogue.”

Anneke van Giersbergen – vocals
Ed Warby – drums
Jord Otto – guitars
Ferry Duijsens – guitars
Johan van Stratum – bass


Thursday 07.12.2017


Paris, Le Trabendo


23€ //

By e-mail: billetterie@garmonbozia-inc.com
Paris : Rock’n Roll Voltage (+0.5€/ticket)

Online tickets:

25.3€ //


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Vuur Live In Paris

Check out full tour dates:

  • Nov 09 | Klub Studio | Kraków, Poland.
  • Nov 10 | Masters Of Rock Cafe | Zlin, Czech Republic.
  • Nov 12 | Kesselhaus | Berlin, Germany.
  • Nov 13 | Markthalle | Hamburg (Altstadt), Germany.
  • Nov 14 | Essigfabrik | Cologne, Germany.
  • Nov 17 |Stereolux | Nantes, France.
  • Nov 18 | Krakatoa | Mérignac, France.
  • Nov 20 | La Riviera | Madrid, Spain.
  • Nov 21 | Altice Arena | Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Nov 22 | Hard Club | Porto, Portugal.
  • Nov 24 | Razzmatazz | Barcelona, Spain.
  • Nov 25 | Le Moulin | Marseille, France.
  • Nov 26 | LE TRANSBORDEUR | Villeurbanne, France.
  • Nov 28 | LKA Longhorn | Stuttgart, Germany.
  • Nov 29 | Backstage | Munich, Germany.
  • Dec 01 | Estragon | Bologna, Italy.
  • Dec 02 | Z7 | Pratteln, Switzerland.
  • Dec 03 | L’Aeronef | Lille, France.
  • Dec 07 | Le Trabendo | Paris, France.
  • Dec 08 | Biebob | Vosselaar, Belgium.
  • Dec 09 | The Dome, Tufnell Park | London, United Kingdom.
  • Dec 10 | Tivoli Vredenburg | Utrecht, Netherlands.
  • Jan 27, 2018 | Momfest | Erp, Netherlands.
  • Feb 06, 2018 | The Wardrobe | Leeds, United Kingdom.
  • Feb 07, 2018 | O2 ABC2 | Glasgow, United Kingdom.
  • Feb 08, 2018 | The Cluny | Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom


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