Headlining the Saturday night of Hammerfest 2014 were German thrash legends Kreator. It’s pretty hard to go wrong with dependable Teutonic thrash as the a headline act of a boozy, indoor metal festival.
God Damn were a last-minute addition to the Hammerfest 2014 line-up, but by gosh, were they a welcome one. God Damn remain one of those one-to-watch bands that ooze so much potential that they’re practically dripping with it.
Sometimes we get sent a gallery of photos by one of our snappers that makes us not want to know anything else about a band. Druganaut are one such band. Anything we learn couldn’t possibly live up to the facial expressions of their frontman at Hammerfest 2014.
We’re pretty sure Grand Magus couldn’t not be a heavy metal band. As in: can you imagine JB Christoffersson workin as an estate agent? Or a parking ticket inspector? No, no you can’t. Just look how ridiculously heavy metal they looked at Hammerfest 2014.
Having just released their new album, The Living Infinite, Soilwork are hitting the road all over Europe to promote it. Hammerfest 2014 was their first stop on their run at promoting it here in the UK.
Headlining the Friday night of Hammerfest 2014 was Overkill. Bobby Blitz still likes to give photographers the finger, we see. Cheers Bobby. All we wanted to do was make you look pretty on the internet.