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Celesty

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1998-1999

Celesty was formed 1998 in town called Seinäjoki, Finland. First line-up was totally different than today, only bassist Ari Katajamäki (b. 1979) and drummer Jere Luokkamäki (b. 1979) are left from those days. In the year 1999 Tapani Kangas (b. 1980) joined the band as a guitar player and Celesty made their first demo in summer 1999, which was recorded only for themselves and wasn’t released or sent anywhere. In a short time after that Ari Read more on Last.fm

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Sunday Slaylist: Gone but not forgotten (2012 edition)

December 9th, 2012

Gone But Not Forgotten 2012 Thrash Hits

With the year beginning to draw to a close, and with only a bare handful os Sundays left for 2012 Slaylists, this week we’re turning out attention to those we’ve lost in 2012. We’re talking about the bands that have either broken up or gone on hiatus, as well as the more serious subject of musicians who sadly died at some point over the last 12 months.

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Thrash Hits TV: SpineFeast at Sea 2009 – part 3

February 24th, 2009

Kiuas promo Thrash Hits Spinefeast

By now you should’ve seen part 1 and part 2 of Thrash Hits TV’s “adventures” in Finland during Spinefarm Records’ awesome seabound festival, Spinefeast at Sea. And now we’re serving up the third and final part, and we promise that we’ve saved the best till last. How can we be so sure? Because this one contains the foulest language of the lot, that’s why.

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Thrash Hits TV: SpineFeast at Sea 2009

February 12th, 2009

moonsorrow spinefarm records thrash hits 2009

Spinefarm Records are more metal than you. Hell, they’re even more metal than Thrash Hits – and that’s not something we give away lightly – so when they asked us if we wanted to go to Helsinki, Finland and then get on a boat and watch loads of heavy metal, we accepted.

It really shouldn’t be a good idea to put 1,500 heavy metallers, eight bands and millions of gallons of booze and Thrash Hits on a ten-deck ferry and then set sail across the Baltic Sea for Tallinn, Estonia but it worked for us.

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