Orphaned Land: We felt like home, this night. Klone, a revelation

The Israeli progressive rock/folk metal band Orphaned Land performed live late on Tuesday in front of their Romanian fans in a concert held at Silver Church in Bucharest. The famous goup, currently on a European headlining tour, performed tracks such as “Brother” or “Children” featuring their latest album entitled “All is One” officially released on June 21, 2013. The band also played other songs from their first albums such as “Sahara”. Vocalist Kobi Farhi thanked several times the Romanian audience for their warm welcome, adding that they feel like home, each time they perform in Romania. The Israeli band is to give another concert today at Flying Circus Pub in Cluj-Napoca.
The following bands performed in the opening act, in order: The Mars Chronicle (France), Matricide (Israel) and Klone (France), with their music being a real revelation to the Romanian audience. Klone gave us an extraordinary concert. It was a success, an outstanding live performance, amazing backing vocalist and great songs such as “The Dreamer’s Hideaway”, “Hollow Way” or Bjork’s “Army of Me” cover have delighted the audience present at the event organized by Promusic Events and Maximum Rock Magazin (Producer Nelu Brindusan).
As far as the Cluj-Napoca concert is concerned, there are 200 tickets available, with the first 100 sold tickets costing RON 35; the tickets bought by Oct. 16 – RON 45; the tickets purchased on the day of the concert – RON 50. Photos are available at

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