Event information

Location: Belgium, Wieze (Oktoberhallen)
Date: 21-23 October 2011
Website: metalfemalevoicesfest.be
Organizer: 2Wild4

Tickets:

3 DAY PASS: 65 EUR
VIP: 105 EUR
Xmas offer: 50 EUR (expired)
Buy at www.ticketnet.be
 
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Who was there?

100% dismaleuphony (USA)
100% Draugen (Sweden)
100% albatros (Germany)
100% Earthbound (Greece)
100% bassie39dier (The Netherlands)
100% Twisted
100% barbaar


DAY 1 (21.10)

19:40 Bare Infinity
20:45 Xandria
22:00 Battlelore


DAY 2 (22.10)

10:40 Hanging Doll
11:30 Nemhain
12:25 Coma Divine
13:25 Kivimetsän Druidi
14:25 Amaranthe
15:25 Deadlock
16:30 Benedictum
17:35 Dylath-Leen
18:40 Trail Of Tears
19:50 Diabulus In Musica
21:10 Leaves' Eyes
22:40 Doro


DAY 3 (23.10)

11:00 D.A.M.N.
11:50 Operatika
12:50 VelvetSeal
13:50 Triosphere
14:50 System Divide
15:55 Midnattsol
17:00 Stream Of Passion
18:10 Draconian
19:30 Visions Of Atlantis
21:00 Therion

 
Updated: 12.10.2011




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dismaleuphony - 12.12.2010 at 16:43  
Just updated the band list yesterday, and it's already a solid lineup. Trail Of Tears of course is always high on my list. Not any complaints yet
dismaleuphony - 17.04.2011 at 16:53  
Looks like the lineup is getting close to complete Such great news to see that Battlelore and Xandria will be playing now as well
dismaleuphony - 04.06.2011 at 06:32  
Looks like this will be the final lineup of bands, and I'm thrilled to see Theatres Des Vampires as well added! Can't wait to return to Belgium this October
Carl Berg - 04.06.2011 at 14:01  
Choice of headliners somewhat dissapointing... But I'm sure to come for the mighty Draconian!
dismaleuphony - 06.06.2011 at 00:05  
Written by Carl Berg on 04.06.2011 at 14:01

Choice of headliners somewhat dissapointing... But I'm sure to come for the mighty Draconian!

Yes Draconian is certainly one of many bands I'll be looking forward to seeing live, particularly in a setting that should have ideal sound for them I'm curious, who would you have rather seen as headliners? I'm quite happy with the lineup myself, as most possible headliners I think I have seen previously, perhaps even more than once.
dismaleuphony - 27.10.2011 at 00:41  
An excellent festival all around again, and by far the best place to hear female-fronted metal bands play, as the sound is stellar. Numerous bands praised the organization of the festival, so even from their side, it's quite a great experience. Awesome fans, and plenty of international presence from us Personal choices for performances (though is in no way diminishes others!) include firstly Battlelore, as well as DIabulus In Musica, Trail Of Tears, Diary About My Nightmares (best morning coffee I had all my trip haha), VelvetSeal, Triopshere, Draconian, Operatika, Kivimetsan Druidi, and Nemhain. But really, I could say many good things about all the bands. I kept my photography low this time around, and it finally allowed me to relax at the festival, and take it all in, and it gave the chance to say hello to a few other festival goers, and one or two MSers as well. I hope to make it out there again in the coming years
Ozman - 27.10.2011 at 01:39  
Written by dismaleuphony on 27.10.2011 at 00:41

An excellent festival all around again, and by far the best place to hear female-fronted metal bands play, as the sound is stellar. Numerous bands praised the organization of the festival, so even from their side, it's quite a great experience. Awesome fans, and plenty of international presence from us Personal choices for performances (though is in no way diminishes others!) include firstly Battlelore, as well as DIabulus In Musica, Trail Of Tears, Diary About My Nightmares (best morning coffee I had all my trip haha), VelvetSeal, Triopshere, Draconian, Operatika, Kivimetsan Druidi, and Nemhain. But really, I could say many good things about all the bands. I kept my photography low this time around, and it finally allowed me to relax at the festival, and take it all in, and it gave the chance to say hello to a few other festival goers, and one or two MSers as well. I hope to make it out there again in the coming years


Great to read you had a grand time.
But I keep on repeating my mantra... damn shame you're not making it to DDD this year. Hell, Helevorn is there, man and now I will have drink twice the amount of bockbeers as compared to last year and the jenevers as well. You want me dead?
i wonder what Simone and the others will say when I tell them you opted for FVMF instead of DDD
albatros - 28.10.2011 at 11:44  
Like Jason said, it was a great festival. Great sound, great lightshow. There were less smokers in the hall than last year. Many went outside to smoke and I'm grateful for that. So I felt pretty much at home there.

Dylath Leen became my favourite band of the festival. Their atmospheric shrieks haunted me all the way home. Further favourites were Triosphere, with their excellent conventional metal, Nemhain's punkrock, System Divide and their energetic live show, Coma Divine's floating soundwalls and probably Draconian.

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