/> Heaven and Hell Live 2007 | Metro Radio Arena

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Heaven and Hell Live 2007

EVENT INFORMATION

  • Date: Sunday 4th November 2007
  • Doors Open: 7.30pm
  • Pricing: £29.50
Heaven AND Hell Live 2007! Ronnie James Dio. Tony Iommi. Joseph ‘Geezer’ Butler. Vinny Appice. Reunited for the first time in 15 years, since the Dio years of Black Sabbath, the band members have been itching to get back on tour together. They’ll be rocking The Metro Radio Arena on Sunday 4th November. It’s the first time that the arena has seen these musical superstars under this alias. Supporting Heaven and Hell are two heavy weights of metal music; Grammy nominees ‘Lamb of God’ and long time rockers ‘Iced Earth’. Iced Earth, formed by band member and songwriter Jon Schaffer in 1984, is an American heavy metal band that combines influences from thrash metal, power metal and progressive metal. Lamb of God’s (formally known as Burn the Priest) front man Randy Blythe states; “we will always be a thrash metal band, but we just want to see what we can achieve within that genre.” This show is surely not one to be missed, if you’re a fan of metal music then this rock explosion will blow your mind. Tickets costing £29.50 go on sale 9am Friday 30th March 2007.
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  • EVENT INFORMATION
  • Date: Sunday 4th November 2007
  • Doors Open: 7.30pm
  • £29.50
  • Sorry, this event has now passed and ticket sales are no longer available.