This year’s edition of Beirut Metal Fest will take place on September 7th and 8th! As promised before, this will be a two days festival, with 2 of biggest Metal bands in the world headlining, plus some of the finest Lebanese and Regional bands.
Witness Scandinavian Melodic Death Metal at its finest.
A Marriage of Scandinavian Death metal and traditional Finnish tunes, catchy but progressive, melodic but brutal – these have been KALMAH’S trademarks ever since. Kalmah Live In Dubai at The Music Room on September 29th, 2017.
KALMAH was formed in 1998 in Finland, and will be performing for the first time in the Middle East,
Alongside ATRIA from Iran , Phenomy from Lebanon, and Dubai’s own Angmar.
The fast-rising Lebanese Thrash Metal band PHENOMY released their debut album “ONCE AND FOR ALL” on NOVEMBER 1st, 2016 at STATION Beirut.
Lebanese Thrash/Death Metallers, InnerGuilt, headlined the show in support of Phenomy, as an act to push and support up-and-coming bands in the scene.
A special and successful debut was for Slave To Sirens, who were launched by Metal Bell Magazine during the event as the opening band! Slave To Sirens left a great impact on the crowd and we will be seeing more of them soon \\m//
A free metal concert? Yes, it happened! “Skull Session” was held on the 8th of September, as “a free event for all Heavy Metal enthusiasts featuring a selection of some of the best bands in the Lebanese Metal society today: Blaakyum, Phenomy, Turbulence, and Qantara”. As Bassem Deaibess told us in an interview, the concert was held in order to encourage metal heads and people from the scene to attend, promising entertainment and good music! Continue reading
Since 2012, the Metal scene has started to pick up and get back on track, and bit by bit, things are looking great. I will not expand a lot on this subject (maybe in another article), but what makes up the Scene? It is definitely not only the bands, it is also the organizers, media, managers, and behind-the-scene people, but most importantly the FANS. Continue reading
Adel Hassan was introduced to the Lebanese Scene as Phenomy’s vocalist, just few months back, Phenomy and Adel parted ways and he was replaced by Sam Felfly. Today Adel has a few interesting projects under his belt and he is giving us an exclusive insights on them.