Bastardolomey

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Bastardolomey
Nufry, the front-man of Bastardolomey, shouting in the mic with his fist in the air
Dimitar Vassilev - Nufry, performing at the Sonisphere Festival in Sofia, June 2010.
Background information
Origin Sofia, Bulgaria
Genres Heavy Metal, Groove Metal, Industrial Metal, Thrash Metal
Years active 2007 (2007)-present
Labels Jet Rock
Associated acts New Model Army (band), Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth, Anthrax (American band), W.A.S.P.
Website http://www.bastardolomey.com
Members Dimitar Vassilev – Nufry, Kiril Petrushev – Busti, Venelin Georgiev – Villi, Milen Ivanchev

Bastardolomey is a Bulgarian heavy metal band from Sofia, formed in 2007.[1] The band was founded by Dimitar Vassilev – Nufry and drummer Milen Ivanchev. The band's debut album is called Plastic Pig Society and was released in April 2010. Bastardolomey's aggressive metal sound involves fast guitar picking, atonal guitar solos, double bass drumming and tight vocals. The band's lyrics cover topics such as antisocial issues, the devil, religion and warfare.

The four band members are:
Dimitar Vassilev – Nufry – vocals/guitar
Kiril Petrushev – Busti – lead guitars
Venelin Georgiev – Villi – bass guitar
Milen Ivanchev – drums

The band's greatest recognition came with staging one of the main musical events in Bulgaria in 2010 - Sofia Rocks - part of Sonisphere Festival, as the local support band, on 22 June 2010, warming up for Metallica along with Anthrax, Megadeth and Slayer - the Big Four (thrash metal bands) acts.[2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bastardolomey са готови с албум" [Bastardolomey are ready with an album]. Darik News. 11 February 2010. Retrieved 18 July 2010. 
  2. ^ "Countdown to Sonisphere Festival in Sofia 2010". The Sofia Echo. 9 June 2010. Retrieved 18 July 2010. 
  3. ^ "Bastardolomey и Skre4 са българските подгряващи групи на Sofia Rocks 2010" [Bastardolomey and Skre4 are Bulgarian support bands at Sofia Rocks 2010]. Dnevnik (Sofia). 10 June 2010. Retrieved 18 July 2010. 

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