Event information

Location: Belgium, Mons (Lotto Mons Expo)
Date: 06-08 April 2012
Website: ppmfest.com

Tickets:

3 day ticket: 84 in advance
Friday ticket: 28 in advance / 39 at the door
Saturday ticket: 47 in advance / 55 at the door
Sunday ticket: 47 in advance / 55 at the door
Buy at www.ppmfest.com

Who was there?

100% wrathchild (France)
100% quirin (France)
100% bif91 (Sweden)
100% Saltimbank021 (France)
100% Lyssamera (France)
100% DeathSmurf
100% Anduriel (Australia)
100% Ticax
100% Twisted
100% randgridhaleth@gmail (Spain)
100% JhayDomingo ()
100% StephenGalea ()


DAY 1 (06.04)

22:50 Rhapsody Of Fire
21:30 - 22:30 Korpiklaani
20:20 - 21:10 Septicflesh
19:30 - 20:10 Trollfest
18:45 - 19:20 Odd Dimension
18:10 - 18:35 Methusalem
17:35 - 18:00 Goliath


DAY 2 (07.04)

23:15 Accept
21:45 - 22:55 Sonata Arctica
20:25 - 21:25 Evergrey
19:20 - 20:10 Finntroll
18:20 - 19:02 Andromeda
17:20 - 18:05 Hell
16:20 - 17:02 Eden's Curse
15:25 - 16:05 Pathfinder
14:40 - 15:10 Evidence
14:00 - 14:25 Fury UK
13:20 - 13:05 Nightqueen
12:40 - 13:05 Azylya
12:05 - 12:30 No Fatality


DAY 3 (08.04)

23:15 Blind Guardian
21:45 - 22:55 Epica
20:25 - 21:25 Freak Kitchen
19:10 - 20:10 Powerwolf
18:05 - 18:55 Mystic Prophecy
17:10 - 17:50 Stormwarrior
16:15 - 16:55 Power Quest
15:20 - 16:00 Manigance
14:40 - 15:10 Lonewolf
14:00 - 14:30 Beyond The Labyrinth
13:25 - 13:50 Stone Goats
12:50 - 13:15 Nereids


Reviews

 PPM Fest 2012 by wrathchild

 
Updated: 21.02.2012




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GT - 21.12.2011 at 14:00  
Damn a nice lineup. Wish I could go.
MarcusV.C.Volpe - 22.12.2011 at 19:27  
Where's Symphony X?
Apothecary - 04.01.2012 at 00:34  
Can the U.S. get a festival like this please?
Carl Berg - 07.01.2012 at 15:52  
Brutal lineup.
Warman - 08.01.2012 at 15:37  
Awesome lineup, I must say.
Zender 1.8 - 01.02.2012 at 22:14  
AWESOME \\m//
Carl Berg - 13.02.2012 at 14:45  
We're there dude... uhuhuhuuhuhuh
Ticax - 17.02.2012 at 15:23  
Yes Great bill. Can't wait to be there!
Milena - 19.02.2012 at 00:23  
Seeing this on my front page reminded me of how much I'd like to see Sonata Arctica again.
Slayer666 - 19.02.2012 at 20:29  
Oh god, I think I once had a nightmare about being on a festival with this line-up...
Ozman - 19.02.2012 at 21:27  
Written by Slayer666 on 19.02.2012 at 20:29

Oh god, I think I once had a nightmare about being on a festival with this line-up...


me too
Mr. Doctor - 19.02.2012 at 23:21  
Written by Ozman on 19.02.2012 at 21:27

Written by Slayer666 on 19.02.2012 at 20:29

Oh god, I think I once had a nightmare about being on a festival with this line-up...


me too


Out of those I guess I would like to see Hell and to a lessers extent Freak Kitchen and Finntroll... But the rest, definitely not a festival for me.
Ozman - 19.02.2012 at 23:40  
Written by Mr. Doctor on 19.02.2012 at 23:21



Out of those I guess I would like to see Hell and to a lessers extent Freak Kitchen and Finntroll... But the rest, definitely not a festival for me.


Hell I would LOVE to see, Freak Kitchen I saw at Hellfest and was okayish and Finntroll at Hellfest were just totally bad. Accept could be good if they played old songs
Valentin B - 20.02.2012 at 00:38  
Written by Ozman on 19.02.2012 at 23:40

Written by Mr. Doctor on 19.02.2012 at 23:21



Out of those I guess I would like to see Hell and to a lessers extent Freak Kitchen and Finntroll... But the rest, definitely not a festival for me.


Hell I would LOVE to see, Freak Kitchen I saw at Hellfest and was okayish and Finntroll at Hellfest were just totally bad. Accept could be good if they played old songs

I don't know if you have seen Accept since they got with Tornillo, but their live shows now are absolutely heavy and energetic as hell (even the longer, newer songs). Out of all the headlining bands, I think they're the best, with Blind Guardian being second.

I sometimes thought of getting to this as Accept doesn't seem to like doing festivals that much since their return (and they totally blew my mind when I saw them in June 2010).
Ozman - 20.02.2012 at 00:42  
Written by Valentin B on 20.02.2012 at 00:38

Written by Ozman on 19.02.2012 at 23:40

Written by Mr. Doctor on 19.02.2012 at 23:21



Out of those I guess I would like to see Hell and to a lessers extent Freak Kitchen and Finntroll... But the rest, definitely not a festival for me.


Hell I would LOVE to see, Freak Kitchen I saw at Hellfest and was okayish and Finntroll at Hellfest were just totally bad. Accept could be good if they played old songs

I don't know if you have seen Accept since they got with Tornillo, but their live shows now are absolutely heavy and energetic as hell (even the longer, newer songs). Out of all the headlining bands, I think they're the best, with Blind Guardian being second.


why would I want to see current wannabe Accept when I saw them in 1983 on the tour supporting their best album? And I hate BG live (also on album tbh) because of the people screaming along to them. If I hate something it's people screaming along to a band right in my ear. I paid good money to hear the band and not some fuckwit next to me.
Darkside Momo - 20.02.2012 at 01:43  
Written by Ozman on 20.02.2012 at 00:42

why would I want to see current wannabe Accept when I saw them in 1983 on the tour supporting their best album? And I hate BG live (also on album tbh) because of the people screaming along to them. If I hate something it's people screaming along to a band right in my ear. I paid good money to hear the band and not some fuckwit next to me.

Then you'll never be able to appreciate BG live, because the audience's reactions make half of the show. The communion between band and fans is just awesome in this case. No, that's definitely no the type of shows one goes to just to listen to music
Ozman - 20.02.2012 at 01:48  
Written by Darkside Momo on 20.02.2012 at 01:43

Written by Ozman on 20.02.2012 at 00:42

why would I want to see current wannabe Accept when I saw them in 1983 on the tour supporting their best album? And I hate BG live (also on album tbh) because of the people screaming along to them. If I hate something it's people screaming along to a band right in my ear. I paid good money to hear the band and not some fuckwit next to me.

Then you'll never be able to appreciate BG live, because the audience's reactions make half of the show. The communion between band and fans is just awesome in this case. No, that's definitely no the type of shows one goes to just to listen to music


I saw them at Hellfest and the crowd spoiled what good there was (and that was very little) I just watched the ACDC Live At Rive Plate DVD and that was horrendous with the crowd screaming along like a total bunch of fucking retards. If I had been there I would have demanded a refund of my money spent on tickets because I coiuldn't hear the band.
Darkside Momo - 20.02.2012 at 02:26  
Written by Ozman on 20.02.2012 at 01:48

Written by Darkside Momo on 20.02.2012 at 01:43

Written by Ozman on 20.02.2012 at 00:42

why would I want to see current wannabe Accept when I saw them in 1983 on the tour supporting their best album? And I hate BG live (also on album tbh) because of the people screaming along to them. If I hate something it's people screaming along to a band right in my ear. I paid good money to hear the band and not some fuckwit next to me.

Then you'll never be able to appreciate BG live, because the audience's reactions make half of the show. The communion between band and fans is just awesome in this case. No, that's definitely no the type of shows one goes to just to listen to music


I saw them at Hellfest and the crowd spoiled what good there was (and that was very little) I just watched the ACDC Live At Rive Plate DVD and that was horrendous with the crowd screaming along like a total bunch of fucking retards. If I had been there I would have demanded a refund of my money spent on tickets because I coiuldn't hear the band.

Different ways to enjoy different bands, I say. BTW, for their HF performance, the only good thing was the crowd. The band (and Hansi in particular) were lame, thankfully the fans cheered and sung all along. I know, I was one of them
wrathchild - 02.03.2012 at 23:31  
Yep, Blind Guardian live are never very impressive but the crowd always is. This is one of the best closing the festival could hope for, and I'm certainly expecting to ruin someone else's show due to my horrendous singing^^

If you see a guy wearing a Metal Storm t-shirt there, stop and say "hi"
bif91 - 18.03.2012 at 04:51  
Me and my friend are looking for a place to stay, if anyone has any space over and willing to share, let us know
contact me at bif91@hotmail.com
/Thomas
wrathchild - 10.04.2012 at 12:07  
I will provide a longer comment later but to sum it up, it was a very good fest! Best performances IMO: Powerwolf, Hell, Accept and Korpiklaani.

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