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Let's take a stroll down the memory lane!

Another week of partying with good and loud music in Tolmin is coming closer every day. But many visitors of our and your favourite festival can only guess how it was back in 2004 when hard riffs and thundering drums filled Tolmin with sound for the first time....

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MetalDays support a damn nice startup: RockZone

Imagine a place where you can watch countless performances of all your favorite bands, get in touch with other metalheads like you and simply enjoy the greatest music in the world – no, this time we are not talking about the MetalDays.

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Metaldays 2015 – provisional running order online

The line-up for Metaldays 2015 with high-class acts such as Dream Theater, Accept or Behemoth is almost complete.

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Experience adventures in the Soca Valley region

Sports and tourist agency Emerald Soca Valley Adventures offers experience of travel and holidays. Their values are: excellence, safety, relaxation, curiosity and liveliness, flexibility, acceptance and understanding of diversity.

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Anthrax, Gojira and Cynic are NOT confirmed

We received tons of messages about a MetalDays advertisement in Rock Hard magazine that contains Anthrax, Gojira and Cynic in the line-up. Please notice that this is happened by error and that these bands are NOT confirmed!

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First official Trailer for MetalDays 2015

After last months' band announcements, the MetalDays team is now providing you with the right teaser to escape the grey, cold winter-ish spring these days and to get you in the right mood for your summer vacations and an awesome week at Europe’s most beautiful...

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MetalDays.net available in Italian

Good news for all our metal fans from Italy: we just launched the Italian version of MetalDays.net!

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Saxon - The thunder of British cannons

There’s a league of extraordinarily unshakable gentlemen going by the name of SAXON. These five man, who are virtually dancing with the decades, are what could be described best as the “T” in “HEAVY METAL”.

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