Architects have weathered both triumph and tragedy since signing to Epitaph a decade ago, reflected by an ever-evolving sound that has only deepened in melodic intensity over the years. Fresh off the back of their ambitious 2022 album The Classic Symptoms of a Broken Spirit, Brighton's metalcore heroes are ready to give a lesson in massive hooks and finely-calibrated violence.
They insist they are not Viking Metal, but Swedish melodic death metallers Amon Amarth do sing about vikings. They also sing about Norse mythology, and take their name from the Elvish word for Mount Doom in Tolkien's fantasy books. Make up your own mind as they maraud the stage at Hellfest.
Thrash overlords Testament have been reigning supreme for 40 years now, and are widely considered among the undoubted kings of the genre. They bring their huge back catalogue to Hellfest, along with new material from 2020's Titans of Creation.
Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish perform at Hellfest 2022.
After defining the nu-metal sound of the 90s, Papa Roach are now officially old hands at this: This year they mark thirty years as a band. Where better to celebrate than at this year's Hellfest?
One of the last chances to catch a Sum 41 concert: After 27 years of gently rebellious pop-punking, the band have announced they are to split up. Expect this set to be All Killer, No Filler.
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