Musicians from the Swedish band Tiamat, which came to prominence as early as 1989, have more than once experimented with music genres and styles. Their members changed several times and, in 2015, Tiamat’s founder and all-time leader Johan Edlund was on the verge of leaving his own project because of creative differences with other members. Fortunately, those bitter days are now behind, and the entire company will show up in Moscow this coming Autumn. Come to Moscow’s Arbat Hall to enjoy Tiamat’s celebrated songs,influenced by gothic and doom/death metal culture.© 2016-2018 moscovery.com
Date:01 November 2018 - 01 November 2018
Address: Moscow, Novy Arbat street, 21
Ticket Price: From 1800 rubles
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