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    October 14, Saturday 20:00
    1800 - 4000 rub.
    Recommended age 16+
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Kings of nightmares and horrors, Finnish rock band Lordi returns to Russia with his unforgettable show!

At concerts in Moscow and St. Petersburg, the band will perform songs from their new album "Monstereophonic - Theaterror vs. Demonarchy ", as well as classic hits from previous records.

Lordi was founded in 1992 by musician Tomi Putaansuu, acting under the pseudonym Mister Lordi. During the existence of the band, eight studio albums were released. The most successful is "The Arockalypse", which included the song "Hard Rock Hallelujah", with which Lordi won the Eurovision Song Contest in 2006. The album became three times platinum in Finland and gold in Sweden, Germany and Greece.

The Finnish group Lordi is famous for performing in masks and costumes of monsters, performing songs on the topic of horrors. The new, eighth album "Monstereophonic" reveals the band from two different sides. One side of the record is recorded in the style of heavy metal of the 80s, and the second is thematic, telling the story of a zombie, a vampire, a werewolf girl and a witch. The combination of heavy metal and horror attracts the attention of media and music lovers around the world!

Costumes and masks are the main feature of the group. They are made of latex and hand-painted by Mr. Lordi. Before each concert, the musicians make up for more than an hour. Each image created by musicians is unique. During the performances the band members use chainsaws, swords and skulls. Bright shows Lordi with a lot of theatrical elements will be remembered by spectators at concerts in Moscow and St. Petersburg, and they will not leave anyone indifferent!

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