Some bands welcomed to the stage at Het Patronaat draw clear inspiration from texts like Dante’s Inferno. If anything, it makes perfect sense to have biblically heavy, soul crushing music performed in a space that was once a church. Few bands have upheld this notion as thoroughly as Oregonian blackened doom outfit Hell. Their 2016 performance featured a violinist and a performance touching upon much of their discography, including both tracks from the otherworldly devastating III album. With the recent release of Hell’s self-titled album, their first in five years, we’re thrilled to welcome them back to perform this new release in its entirety.
“Roadburn is an incredible experience and Hell is honored to perform there once again.”
For the uninitiated, this will be a rare treat indeed. As this will be Hell’s sole European date, we expect nothing less than the entire fury and weight of a dozen shows packed into a single offering of vicious density. Hell outdoes themselves with every gig and we expect the potent and evocative new material to impress even more than our past experiences. Brace yourselves for cataclysmic doom when Hell takes the stage at Roadburn 2018 on Sunday, April 22.