The 140’000 Festivalbesucher des Hellfest erwartet dieses Jahr eine ganz besondere Begrüssung in der „Warzone“: a 15 Meter hohes und über 70 Ton monument of Lemmy. Zu Ehren des im Dezember letzten Jahres verstorbenen Bandleaders von Motörhead wurde in Zusammenarbeit aus mehreren Künstlern, sculptors, realized molders and designers within one month of this project in an unconventional way…
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