Deathstars live concert, 2 February 2023

Thu, 2 February 2023 19:30 (local time)
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Concert of Deathstars 02 February 2023 in Lyon
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Concert Deathstars in Rock n'Eat

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About artist Deathstars

Deathstars is a Swedish heavy metal band from Strömstad. Formed in 2000, the group are noted for their dark horror-themed lyrics, pessimistic and misanthropic social commentary, distinctive trademark face paint, dark stage uniforms and physical appearances that correspond to gothic fashion. They have released four full-length studio albums; Synthetic Generation (2002 in Europe and 2003 in North and South America), Termination Bliss (2006), Night Electric Night (2009), and The Perfect Cult (2014). Deathstars have supported live acts by bands such as Korn and Cradle of Filth, the latter of which were part of the inspiration for Deathstars. Deathstars also supported Rammstein on their Made In Germany 1995-2011 tour.

The current lineup of the band consists primarily of members from Swordmaster, a black metal project that has former members of Dissection, and Ophthalamia. The band currently consists of Whiplasher Bernadotte (lead vocals), Nightmare Industries (guitars and keyboards), and Skinny Disco (bass, backing vocals). The band normally uses standard C tuning, in which instruments are transposed two whole tones lower than standard tuning.



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