Despite the ceaseless drizzle in Dhaka, brought about by the deep depression soon to evolve into a cyclone, hundreds of metalheads braved the weather to storm into mosh pits at the "Legacy of Metal Revived" event last Friday at the Liberation War Museum auditorium.
Guitarist, drummer, and music composer A K Rahul has officially said goodbye to the band, Trainwreck after an incredible 11-year musical journey. Rahul took to Facebook to share this significant decision with his fans and followers.
Dhaka Rock Fest 3.0 is all set to end the year with a bang, with day one of the concert beginning today from 11 am at ICCB Expo Zone. A total of 16 bands will be performing today. Organised by Banglalink and Sky Tracker Limited, the two day long musical event will greet audiences with a stellar line-up including Warfaze, Aurthohin, Artcell, AvoidRafa, Mechanix, Subconscious, Cryptic Fate, Karnival, Nemesis and Aftermath, among others.
In what is the most historic events in the Bangladeshi metal music industry, Trainwreck beat the other participants of Bangalore OpenAir’s competition segment to ensure a place in the biggest metal concert in the world, the Wacken Open Air in Germany.