Judas Priest come yet at the Copenhell. It will be just next year.
The renowned metal band was among the headliners for this summer's sold-out metalfestival, that was canceled because of the coronaepidemien, but it is already successful organizers to persuade Rob Halford and co. to show up in 2021 instead.
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Judas Priest has won in the field of heavy metal, in which the English were to lay the in the 1970s.
the Group, which could celebrate the 50th anniversary in 2019, also appeared on the second edition of the Copenhell in 2011.
The hard-hitting festival in the capital has transferred five more international bands from this year's poster for next year's program. It is about Jinjer, Agnostic Front, Northlane, Gatecreeper and Crypt Sermon.
recently, it came to light this summer's undisputed topnavn, Iron Maiden, do not play at festivals in 2021, so them going Copenhell so missed.
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the Festival's boss, Jeppe Nissen, has previously stated to Ekstra Bladet, that he hopes to be able to present two-thirds of this year's program to next year.
Copenhell anno 2021 will take place on Refshaleøen from Wednesday, 16. June to Saturday 19. June.
Copenhell draws typically up to 30.000 heavyfans to the capital, when there is coronakrise. Photo: Per Lange