70000 Tons of Metal Cruise, the “heaviest metal cruise in the world” has released a video touting their return to the open seas in 2023. They could not sail in 2020 and 2021 due to the ongoing pandemic. The video suggests the possibility of “a new ship, a new destination and the best lineup the cruise has ever promised.” Watch the video now!
Voragos: Destination Lunasea Beach has announced Mudvayne, Atreyu, Crown The Empire, and Afterlife to the lineup for the private island festival and 5-day rock cruise coming in early 2022. The recently reunited Mudvayne (who continues to partner with Danny Wimmer Presents for their first live performances after a 12-year hiatus), Atreyu, Crown The Empire and Afterlife. Mudvayne will play both on board and at Lunasea Beach and will replace Chevelle who regrettably have to cancel their VORAGOS Lunasea Beach appearance due to a conflict with their upcoming touring schedule. All other previously announced acts will be appearing, including Rob Zombie, Mastodon. and more.
Long in the works, and presented by Danny Wimmer presents and Sixth Man Cruises,Voragos Lunasea Beach Cruise and Festival promised an innovative exciting approach to music cruises and destination festivals. The inaugural voyage sets sail on the Norwegian Pearl during sea days (February 16, 17, 19, and 20) are as follows (subject to change) that features Rob Zombie, Chevelle, Mastodon, Black Stone Cherry, Tremonti, Saint Asonia, New Years Day, Amigo the Devil, DED, Fire From The Gods, Jeris Johnson, Amigo The Devil, Joyus Wolf and more! There is also with an EXCLUSIVE all-day festival on land on Feb. 18th. The public on sale begins on June 4th, 2021 and the pre0-sale is on now, all at the links below.
House of Blues, Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, NV 8/18/19
The 70000 Tons Of Metal is right around the corner, kicking off next week, and have confirmed some late additions to the cruise. Setting sail with the current bands on the bill and the fans are Vio-Lence, Ross The Boss, Seven Witches, Toxik, Aeternam and Brujeria. Round X (10) of 70000 Tons Of Metal will sail January 7 to January 11, 2020.Continue reading →
The “only band that matters” has done it again! Slipknot has announced they are taking to the high seas next summer for Knotfest At Sea! Departing from Barcelona, Spain August 10th – August 14th 2020, the cruise will feature two performances from Slipknot on the ship, have a bounty of bands and make experiences and tie-in events to be announced soon. Watch a teaser from Clown (#6) himself right now!Continue reading →
The tenth annual 70000 Tons of Metal Cruise has been dropping some incredible bookings for the 2020 cruise this January. Recently added bands are Michael Schenker Fest, Sortilège, Soen, Trollfest, Grave Digger, and more have been added to the cruise lineup! Schenker’s appearance makes the Official 50th Recording Anniversary for him as an artist. For the cruise he will be joined by a very special compliment of musicians:Continue reading →
Like most metalheads, I’ve been to a lot of metal shows over the years. Over the hundreds of metal shows I’ve attended, never once did I think to myself “You know what would make this even better? Being trapped on a boat in the middle of the fucking ocean.” And yet, having taken some time to reflect on my experiences aboard the inaugural MegaCruise by Megadeth, I revel in the memories of experiencing choppy water while thrashing through the Pacific, convinced I’m going to die on a boat watching Dragonforce and being oddly ok with it. Continue reading →
After a late start announcing bands for 2020 that had long-time cruisers concerned for the future of the event, 70000 Tons of Metal 2020 has announced their first bands for 2020. Black Metal legends Emperor we the first band announced, will Epica soon after, and now Haggard. Many more bands will be announced right up until the cruise. Gold and Silver level “Survivors” – past cruisers, are getting email codes for pre-purchase this weekend, with the public on sales taking place next week, October 26th. 70000 Tons of Metal Cruise takes place from January 7th to 11th 2020 and sails from Miami/ Ft. Lauderdale to Cozumel, Mexico. Tickets and more info at the link below. Continue reading →
Following the pre-cruise party last night with UFO, Raven, and Armored Saint, the Megacruise tales off today from Los Angeles for its maiden voyage! The cruise features members of Megadeth, and performances from Lamb of God, Anthrax, Testament, Dragonforce, Overkill, Corrosion Of Conformity, Queensryche, Suicidal Tendencies, Death Angel, Sacred Reich, Phil Campbell And The Bastard Sons, Doro, Armored Saint, John 5, Metal Church, Danko Jones, Beastö Blancö, Metalachi, and Toothgrinder. Megadeth tribute band Mechanix will also take part in the cruise, hand-selected by Dave Mustaine himself. In addition, Official Cruise Hosts Eddie Trunk (VH1, SiriusXM, Axs), Luc Carl (SiriusXM) and Jose Mangin (SiriusXM) will be moderating Q&As and events. Departing out of Los Angeles aboard the Norwegian Jewel, the five-day/five-night full ship charter cruise will set sail toniht, October 13-18, 2019, visiting two ports of call (Ensenada, Mexico and San Diego, California) and host two heavy metal-filled days of music and events. The cruise will also feature an optional pre-cruise party in Los Angeles (details to be announced), Megadeth wine and beer tastings and a ton of metal fan frivolity! Stay tuned for our review coming in a few weeks!
Megadeth’s Megacruise plans to be the ultimate heavy metal music experience at sea! The public on sale is live right now, with tickets now available at the links below. Departing out of Los Angeles aboard the Norwegian Jewel, the five-day/five-night full ship charter cruise will set sail October 13-18, 2019, visiting two ports of call (Ensenada, Mexico and San Diego, California) and host two heavy metal-filled days of music and events. The cruise will also feature an optional pre-cruise party in Los Angeles (details to be announced). Cabins start at $1,349 per person (double occupancy). Government fees, taxes, and gratuities are additional and mandatory for all passengers, regardless of age.Continue reading →