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June 27, 2022

Diamonds Are Forever at METALHEAD Meeting 2014

Diamonds Are Forever, the fifth out of seven artists to perform at the METALHEAD Meeting 2014 festival from June 7 at Arenele Romane, has just been confirmed. Sepultura (Brazil), Moonspell (Portugal), Last Hope (Bulgaria), and Endsight (Greece) will be headlining the show, according to a press release. Diamonds are Forever is a metal-core band from Cluj-Napoca formed in 2011 when two local bands merged. They have gone on multiple tours throughout Romania, Hungary, Ukraine, and the Republic of Moldova, sharing stages with Suicide Silence, Veil Of Maya, Betraying The Martyrs, Cancer Bats, Subscribe, Super Butt, and Give Em’ Blood. In 2013, they became the first Romanian band whose DVD documentary was played in cinemas. The festival will take place June 7 at Arenele Romane in Bucharest and pre-sale tickets purchased at www.iabilet.ro, www.Myticket.ro, www.Bilete.ro,  www.Biletoo.ro, www.Eventim.ro, and other sale points before March 3 will cost RON 65 and RON 90 (Golden Circle), respectively. Ticket prices will range from RON 80 for General Access to RON 110 for Golden Circle until June 6, from RON 100 for General Access to RON 140 Golden Circle on the day of the concert and at the concert entrance. Tickets can also be purchased from Diverta stores throughout the country, Muzia store, Sala Palatului, Mihai Eminescu Bookstore in Bucharest, Orange, Vodafone, or Germanos stores, Humanitas and Carturesti bookstores, InMedio stores, Romanian Post offices, Unirea Shopping Center (ground floor), Flanco stores, Adevarul and Eminescu bookstores, and Palatul National al Copiilor. The second edition of METALHEAD MEETING 2014 is organized by METALHEAD.ro with support from BestMusic Live Concerts and Gala. Organizers will add two more world class names of bands to headline the event and details on meet & greet packages will also be provided. The festival is brought to you by Ciuc Premium and Monster Energy!

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