Supported by a great stage set the guys obviously enjoyed playing in Holland, which was, by the way, their first show in Utrecht ever
Built to Last is an excellent album that shows Hammerfall pulling off what they attempted but failed with (r)Evolution
Sometimes I like something soft to wind down before bedtime. I listen to a lot of different music, from soft singer/songwriter music to Meshuggah.
Destruction, Metal Church, Criminal, Cancer and Onslaught lead a cast of other great acts, who will join Alestorm, Hammerfall and Napalm Death at next year’s HRH United !!! HRH united III which has been sold out on accommodation since May this year, are pleased to announce another string of bands to an already impressive Metal […]
A headlining show from Hammerfall is somewhat a rarity. Previous trips to the UK have seen great sets at Bloodstock (before it become the outdoor festival) and also the KOKO in London to name just two. Every time the band sell well and are well received. Quite why therefore the visits are so infrequent is unclear. Even tonight sees a solitary UK date. As such the venue is full with an eager crowd waiting to see the headliners.
Having waited a long time to see this excellent power metal outfit, it was definitely a show not to be missed but, due to family and work commitments Fredrik Bergh, Pelle Akerlind and Henrik Olsson would not be performing. It was therefore with some trepidation that I descended the steps of the Underworld to watch them. Would they be able to deliver? Lets see..