The 69 Eyes, Leaves’ Eyes, My Dying Bride and Atrocity live in Bucharest concert

MAXIMUM ROCK FESTIVAL returns in 2013 with an INDOOR edition, Oct 25-26, at Turbohalle, Bucharest. Both Romanian and foreign bands will take the stage at the two-day festival.  After THE 69 EYES, MY DYING BRIDE (Oct 26) and ATROCITY (Oct 25) German-Norwegian band LEAVES’ EYES, too, confirmed their participation at the event, according to, to perform a live concert in Bucharest for the first time, Oct 26.  Symphonic metal is one of the favorite genres of heavy metal fans. LEAVES’ EYES is one of the pillars of this complex, so difficult to perform, style. The band remained loyal to the original blend of symphonic and Goth metal, becoming emblematic for the genre and having a solid and loyal fan base. The band formed in 2003, after vocal soloist Liv Kristine left Theater of Tragedy. She joined the-then lineup of Atrocity, together with whom gave birth to one of the most original symphonic metal projects. Liv Kristine contributed to the birth of a new musical style, as a result of her playing with Theater of Tragedy – one of the first bands ever to have the guts to play alongside a vocal soloist. Some of its band members had been with Atrocity at some time or another, the most technical death-metal band in Europe.
Aside from concerts, the event will host ancillary activities, as well s a large rock product fair where visitors can purchase a variety of items, from T-shirts to rock magazines   and rock accessories.
Tickets and passes can be purchased via the Eventim chain (stores Germanos, Orange, Vodafone and Domo, Carturesti and Humanitas bookshops and online at The first 100 tickets / passes bought will participate in the 20 meet & greet pass draw for the bands The 69 Eyes, My Dying Bride, Atrocity, Leaves’ Eyes, etc. In order to enter the draw, those interested shall send an email at (topic: Meet and greet MRF) including their full name, the ticket(s) barcode, date of purchase and the band for which they participate in the meet & greet.

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