ASTARTE's TRISTESSA To Perform With THE CLAN DESTINED At BLOODSTOCK OPEN AIR
Tristessa from the Greek extreme metal band ASTARTE will play bass for SABBAT/ex-SKYCLAD singer Martin Walkyier's THE CLAN DESTINED project during the band's live appearance at the Bloodstock Open Air festival on August 16 at Catton Hall in Derbyshire, England. The group will perform on the Lava Stage at approximately 11:20 p.m. In association with Blue Dog Films, THE CLAN DESTINED will film footage to be included in a concept video for the track "A Beautiful Start to the End of the World", taken from the group's "In the Big Ending..." EP.
All those loyal fans and friends of Martin Walkyier who wish to have their faces seen on this exclusive video shoot are cordially invited to come along on the Thursday evening, and get down at the front of the Lava Stage with their horns held high! Martin Walkyier will also appear live at Bloodstock Open Air on Saturday, August 18 with his now-legendary band SABBAT, and will perform guest vocals on a song with FINNTROLL.
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