MALEMORT au Covent Garden le 17 mars prochain

MALEMORT sera en concert au Covent Garden le 17 mars prochain!
Page Facebook du concert: ICI

Concert le samedi 17 mars à 19:30 – 23:30
Adresse: Covent Garden Studios, 1 rue du Bouvreuil, Parc d’Activités de la Danne, 95610 Éragny, Ile de France
Page Facebook du Covent Garden: ICI
Pour vous rendre au Covent Garden Studios: Itinéraire ICI
Transports en commun:
Bus 49a et 49b
RER A: Cergy Préfecture/ Bus
RER C: St Ouen Liesse/ Bus
SNCF Gare d’Eragny sur Oise/ Bus
GPS: Angle des rues du Bouvreuil, Jacques Brel et de la Palombe

Retour aux sources pour Malemort le 17 mars prochain, jour de la Saint Patrick, au Covent Garden d’Eragny-sur-oise (95)!
Malemort vous donne rendez-vous pour célébrer cette date “home sweet home” et festoyer en famille avec DemonTool et Bömberhead.

Site internet officiel du Covent Garden: ICI

Page Facebook officielle de MALEMORT: ICI
Official Biography:

Having released their very first record entitled ‘French Romances’ which was critically acclaimed in France and in Germany, MALEMORT wanted to prove its singularity on stage. Then, MALEMORT took the opportunity to play with Death Angel, UFO, Pro Pain, Diamond Head and many more, and the band quickly built up a reputation as a singular band with a unique atmosphere on stage.

With their second album called ‘Ball Trap’, the band is making a major comeback on the Metal Scene, pushing back the limits of Metal Music in the broadest sense of the term. MALEMORT just signed a distribution deal for France with Season Of Mist and ‘Ball Trap’ is now available in all French stores.

‘Ball Trap’ has also been critically acclaimed and is often classified as a Top act by French medias, such as webzines, radio and newspapers. Rock Hard France Magazine, biggest Metal Magazine in France, has nominated « Ball Trap » in its International TOP 10 for year 2016, among major records of the year where the band met the greatest Metal names, such as Metallica, Death Angel and Testament.

About the band’s musical style? You’d better check for yourself this ‘Free Metal Band’, when music sounds like a “straight to the point” rock’n roll where thrash and death metal meet, and includes high colors coming from hard rock, heavy metal and fusion metal.