We are proud to announce that Muses Of Metal has been renewed for its 9th term on KUBE Radio, based in Keele.
The award-winning radio show will return to the airwaves on October 18th, from 7-9pm (GMT). Our first show back will bolster a wealth of bands and artists from around the world - with all the exciting new releases over summer we have a lot in store for our listeners.
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Muses Of Metal's complete guide to:
When? - March 27th, 2015
Where? - The Roadhouse, Birmingham, UK, B30 3DZ
WHAT IS THE QUINPHONIC FESTIVAL?
The Quinphonic Festival is cited as being the world's first quintuple headliner. After a success in 2015, the festival is back for it's second edition, where it will host five symphonic and melodic metal bands from both the UK and Central Europe at The Roadhouse in Birmingham.
Birmingham based progressive power metallers Dakesis will join a string of international names for The Quinphonic festival, the festival comes as one of many appearances the group will have this year.
From France, the festival will bolster Alwaid, Wildpath and Beneath My Sins - with the latter two bands playing their debut UK show at the festival.
They'll also be joined by Dutch melodic metal group La-Ventura, as part of their European mini-tour.
HOW CAN I GET TICKETS?
Advance tickets are on sale for £15. The on-the-door price will be £20.
The event is open to all ages 14+.
HOW DO I GET THERE?
From Birmingham New Street station the best way to get to the venue is to take the connection to Bournville which leaves from platform 11B. This connection takes approximately 13 minutes. From Bournville station the venue is roughly a 15 minute walk.
Alternately you can take the 45 or 47 bus service from stops near to Birmingham New Street station. Both services make stops within close distance to the venue.
WHERE SHOULD I STAY?
There are several hotels within walking distance of the venue. The Middleton Hall Hotel and the Mill House Hotel are the closest to the venue, situated in Kings Norton.
SHOULD I GO?
Getting the chance to see some of the best up-and-coming, international, female fronted symphonic metal bands live in the UK is a rare treat – more so when you don't live in London. The Quinphonic festival presents us with a novelty experience and standing out amongst other festivals, if there's one up-and-coming festival you should go to this year, it's the Quinphonic festival.Read the full story
Stoke-based alternative rock outfit Sertraline will be opening the very first edition of Muses Of Metal Festival this May!
The group are set to take the stage by storm with their anthem hits such as Set The World Alight and Dead Set. Sertraline carry so much on stage energy, they are one not to be missed.
Sertraline will also be releasing a brand new live video from their recent performance at The Underground, in Stoke-on-Trent. The video will be released by the band's official youtube channel tomorrow.
The final two acts set to appear at the festival will be announced over the next month.
£28 Students (with valid university ID)
Tickets available at: http://keelesu.com/ents/event/1929/
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