Metaldays

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Metaldays
Metaldays Festival Logo
Metaldays Festival Logo
Genre Heavy metal
Dates July, August
Location(s) Tolmin, Slovenia
Years active 2004–present
Founded by Boban Milunovic, Roman Files[1]
Website
metaldays.net

Metaldays is a heavy metal music festival held annually in Tolmin, Slovenia since 2004. The festival has been more popular every year with more media coverage and in order to not let it grow too big, in 2010 the tickets were limited to 12,000.[2] The festival was organized by Austrian promoter Rock The Nation and Slovenian Master of Metal (MOM d.o.o.).[3][4]

2012 was the last year when the name METALCAMP was used. Since 2013 the festival is called METALDAYS.[5] The venue is the same, but the organizer has changed. Metaldays is organized by Slovenian promoter MIFI d.o.o.[6]

Location[edit]

The festival is located at Sotočje, Tolmin, Slovenia, which lies in-between the two mountain rivers called Tolminka and Soča. METALDAYS has two festival-reserved beaches and a camping area.[7]

Lineups[edit]

The lineups[8] for each year are the following:

2004[edit]

When: 20–21 August 2004[9]
Lineup: Danzig, Apocalyptica, Hypocrisy, Sentenced, Primal Fear, Katatonia, Dew-Scented, Dead Soul Tribe, Fleshcrawl, Mnemic, Prospect, Belphegor, Ancient, Destruction, Brainstorm, Dark Funeral, Vintersorg, Finntroll, Green Carnation, Ektomorf, Noctiferia, Rising Dream

2005[edit]

When: 24–26 June 2005[10][11]
Lineup: Slayer, HammerFall, Yngwie Malmsteen, In Extremo, Noctiferia, Betzefer, Suidakra, Soulfly, Obituary, J.B.O., Kataklysm, Ektomorf, Morgana Lefay, Graveworm, Hatesphere, Belphegor, Anthrax, Children of Bodom, Therion, Dissection, Disbelief, Exciter, The Duskfall, Reapers, Prospect

2006[edit]

When: 21–23 July 2006[12]
Lineup: Amon Amarth, Hypocrisy, Jon Oliva's Pain, Nevermore, Deathstars, Decapitated, Scaffold, Dimmu Borgir, Testament, My Dying Bride, Soilwork, Wintersun, Evergrey, Heaven Shall Burn, Excelsis, Opeth, Kreator, Edguy, Kataklysm, Gorefest, Cataract, Mystic Prophecy, Mely

2007[edit]

When: 16–22 July 2007[13][14]
Lineup: Motörhead, Blind Guardian, Cradle of Filth, Immortal, Sepultura, Satyricon, Pain, The Exploited, Sodom, Doro, Grave Digger, Threshold, Unleashed, Converge, Dismember, Ensiferum, Die Apokalyptischen Reiter, Dew-Scented, Graveworm, The Vision Bleak, Disillusion, Born from Pain, Krypteria, Eluveitie, Aborted, Vreid, Korpiklaani, Sadist, Full Blown Chaos, Animosity, Prospect, Noctiferia, Eventide, Ars Moriendi, Sardonic, Nervecell, Herfst

2008[edit]

When: 4–8 July 2008[15][16]
Lineup: Meshuggah, Carcass, Amon Amarth, Kataklysm, Behemoth, Tankard, Brainstorm, Rage, Skyforger, Ministry, Wintersun, Iced Earth, Helloween, Mystic Prophecy, Apocalyptica, Mercenary, In Flames, Finntroll, Subway to Sally, Drone, The Sorrow, Gorilla Monsoon, Alestorm, Sahg, Hate, Morbid Angel, Onslaught, Korpiklaani, Evergrey, Opeth, Six Feet Under, October file, In Extremo, S.A. Sanctuary, Exterminator, At the Lake

2009[edit]

When: 2–7 July 2009[17]
Lineup: Hatebreed, Blind Guardian, Lamb of God, Nightwish, Dimmu Borgir, Edguy, Kataklysm, Destruction, My Dying Bride, Sodom, Legion of the Damned, Graveworm, Die Apokalyptischen Reiter, Sonic Syndicate, Keep of Kalessin, Hollenthon, Hackneyed, Deathstars, Kreator, Vader, Dragonforce, A New Dawn, Arsames, D-Swoon

2010[edit]

When: 5–10 July 2010[18][19]
Lineup: Immortal, Behemoth, Cannibal Corpse, Sonata Arctica, Obituary, Sabaton, Overkill, Finntroll, Korpiklaani, Leaves' Eyes, Ensiferum, Equilibrium, The Exploited, Decapitated, Epica, Insomnium, Kalmah, The Devils Blood, Ex Deo, Rotting Christ, Trail of Tears, Suicidal Angels, Demonical, Metsatoll, Insision, Heidevolk, Dornenreich, Omega Lithium, Enochian Theory, Abstinenz, Ashes You Leave, D-Swoon, S.A. Sanctuary

2011[edit]

When: 11–17 July 2011[20][21]
Lineup: Accept, Achren, Airbourne, Alestorm, Amorphis, Arch Enemy, Ava Inferi, Avatar, Beholder, Blind Guardian, Brainstorm, Brujeria, Bulldozer, Cold Snap, Death Angel, Deicide, Die Apokalyptischen Reiter, Hate, Imperium Dekadenz, In Extremo, In Solitude, Kalmah, Obscura, October File, Rising Dream, Ritam Nereda, Serenity, Slayer, Suicidal Angels, Taake, Thaurorod, The Ocean, Trollfest, Vanderbuyst, Visions of Atlantis, Vulture Industries, Watain, Winterfylleth, Wintersun, Virgin Steele, Zonaria

2012[edit]

When: 5–11 August 2012[22][23]
Lineup: Amon Amarth, At The Gates, Ava Inferi, Avven, Before The Dawn, The Black Dahlia Murder, Brezno, Cattle Decapitation, Dark Funeral, Doomed, Dust Bolt, Edguy, From The Depth, Eluveitie, Epica, Finntroll, The Furious Horde, Gorguts, Grand Magus, Hatebreed, Hatesphere, Heathen, Heidevolk, Incantation, Inmate, Kataklysm, Korn, Korpiklaani, Krampus, Madball, Machine Head, Metalsteel, Milking The Goatmachine, Morana, Municipal Waste, Napalm Death, Nexus Inferis, Nile, Noctiferia, Pain, Paradise Lost, Purify, Sabaton, Sanctuary, Septicflesh, Sin Deadly Sin, Sodom, Steelwing, Testament, Trollfest, Vicious Rumors, Warbringer, Wisdom

2013[edit]

When: 21–28 July 2013[24]
Lineup: 4ARM, Acid Death, Agan, Alestorm, Anaal Nathrakh, Annihilator, Arkona, ArseA, Attick Demons, Aura Noir, Avicularia, Benediction, Blaakyum, Bleed From Within, Bliksem, Bloodshot Dawn, Blynd, Brutal Truth, Calderah, Calling of Lorme, Candlemass, Chained Pistons, Chronosphere, Cold Snap, Coma, Cripper, Dark Salvation, Darkest Horizon, Dickless Tracy, Drakum, Dying Fetus, Emergency Gate, Ensiferum, Enslaved, Eternal Deformity, Exhumed, Extreme Smoke 57, Eyehategod, From The Depth, Gloryhammer, Gonoba, Graveworm, Hammercult, Herfst, Hypocrisy, Iced Earth, Ihsahn, Imperium, In Flames, Incinery, Inverted Pussyfix, Karlahan, Karnak, King Diamond, Kissin Dynamite, Last Day Here, Legion of the Damned, Leprous, Lock Up, Mayhem, Meshuggah, Meta-stasis, Metal Church, Mouth of the Architect, Mustasch, Mystery, Nemesis My Enemy, Neurotech, Nightmare, Nya, Onslaught, Orange Goblin, Otargos, Overkill, Parasol Caravan, Pentagram, Pet The Preacher, Phantasmagoria, Powerwolf, Primordial, Ravenblood, Rest in Fear, Rising Dream, Sabbath Judas Sabbath, Samael, Shining, Soilwork, Sólstafir, Sonata Arctica, Space Unicorn on Fire, SpitFire, Steel Engraved, Stormcast, Subway To Sally, Svart Crown, Taake, The Canyon Observer, The Loudest Silence, The Rotted, Torche, Tsjuder, Turisas, Under The Abyss, Unleashed, Vallorch, Vicious Rumors, Wintersun, Within Destruction

2014[edit]

When: 20–26 July 2014[25][26]
Lineup: Abinchova, Aborted, African Corpse, Alcest, Alogia, Alpha Tiger, Amorphis, Armaroth, Artillery, As It Comes, Asphyx, Benighted, Black Diamond, Borknagar, Brutality Will Prevail, Chain of Dogs, Children of Bodom, Condemnatio Cristi, Cripper, Cruel Humanity, Darkfall, Dead Territory, Deadend in Venice, Downfall of Gaia, Drakum, Duirvir, Fallen Utopia, From The Depth, Ghost Brigade, Gold, Grave, Havok, Heaven Shall Burn, Immolation, In Solitude, Inciter, Inquisition, Kadavar, Lord Shades, Manilla Road, Megadeth, Mephistophelian, Metalsteel, Moonsorrow, My Dying Bride, Nocturnal Depression, Obituary, Opeth, Possessed, Prong, Pyrexia, Rest in Fear, Rising Storm, Roxin Palace, Sabaton, Saltatio Mortis, Sapiency, Satyricon, Scarab, Skelfir, Soen, Space Unicorn on Fire, Suffocation, Tiamat, Torture Pit, Total Annihilation, Turning Golem, Vader, Valient Thorr, Vanderbuyst, Volbeat,Weeping Silence, Within Destruction, Zanthropya Ex, Zaria

References[edit]

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