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Evergrey returns to Zagreb after five years.

After a little more than five years, the legends of progressive metal scene Evergrey are returning to Zagreb, to be exact in Močvara to delight the home crowd once again, just like they did in 2019. On this occasion, the band will promote their 14th studio album, "Theories of Emptiness" with 11 new songs, which will see the light of day on June 7. They will be joined on tour by the Italian-American progressives Klogr, and the name of the last band that will complete the line-up will be announced soon. The date of this exceptional metal a ceremony that should not be missed is on December 4. Early bird tickets are priced at 28 euros and they can be purchased online through Hangtime ticketing, while their presale price will be 32 euros. At the entrance the tickets will cost 35 euros, and the hard copy will soon be available for purchase at the Dirty Old Shop.

Evergrey was formed in 1993 in probably the most metal city in the world, Gothenburg. Three years since the foundation and after putting together a stable line-up, they released their first album "The Dark Discovery". In his in a specific, darker progressive/power expression, they deal with topics such as paranoia, cults, abuse, kidnappings and the like, and their albums are often of a conceptual nature. They were in December last year released the compilation "From Dark Discoveries To Heartless Portraits" marking 30 years of work. The latest album to be released on Napalm Records was produced by the band's founder, Tom. S Englund and ex drummer Jonas Ekdahl, it was mixed by Adam "Nolly" Getgood (ex-Periphery), while the master is credited Thomas "Plec" Johansson who is known for his work with bands such as Soilwork and Onslaught. As a guest on the song "Cold Dreams" it is definitely worth highlighting the guest appearance of Jonas Renkse, vocalist from Katatonia.

Members: Tom S. Englund - vocals, guitar. Henrik Danhage – guitar, back vocals Rikard Zander – keyboards, backing vocals, Simen Sandnes – drums, Johan Niemann – bass, backing vocals.

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Klogr is a four-member band formed in 2011 in the Italian city of Carpi. Their style can be described as alternative metal with progressive elements. Their name is a dedication to the Weber-Fechner law in in the field of sensory psychology and perception, and its formula is S=Klog, which is read Key-Log-Are. They were on tours with bands such as Prong, Infected Rain and Butcher Babies, and theirs is also worth noting cooperation with the environmental organization Sea Shepherd just like their bandmates Gojira do. They are known for their ultra-energetic and fierce live performances, so everyone should check out that reputation on 4. December in Močvara. A day earlier, the bands will perform in Belgrade's Dorćol Platz, also in organizations Hangtime.

Other important dates:

25.7. UADA @Močvara

27.7. Cradle of Filth @Tvornica

29.7. Suffocation, Porazium @Močvara

25.9. Nytt Land @Močvara

14.10. Ellende, Groza, Servant @Močvara

21.10. Alcest @Boogaloo

23.10. Septic Flesh, Equilibrium, Oceans, Scar of The Sun @Boogalooo


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