Parkway Drive March 2020 Promo credit Dave LePage
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Parkway Drive, Faith No More, Prophets Of Rage And More To Stream Sets For Hellfest From Home

This weekend’s Hellfest From Home will feature streams from Parkway Drive, Faith No More, Prophets Of Rage and loads more.

France’s awesome Hellfest Open Air are hosting a virtual festival this weekend, featuring performances from the likes of Parkway Drive, Faith No More and Prophets Of Rage.

Running from June 19 – 21, the festival will be streaming performances from previous years, with Friday’s schedule including Beartooth, Steel Panther, Anti-Flag, Opeth, Dropkick Murphys and DevilDriver.

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Tomorrow’s bill will feature the likes of Every Time I Die, Papa Roach, Sepultura, In Flames and Faith No More, while on Sunday you’ll be able to watch past sets by Gallows, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Parkway Drive, Bullet For My Valentine and Prophets Of Rage.

Check out the full schedule below:

Hellfest Online 2020 Schedule

Of course, these virtual festivals are becoming more and more common amid the coronavirus pandemic, with the UK’s legendary Download hosting theirs last weekend.

We sent’ Kerrang! writer Sam Law to attend the livestreaming event as if it were the real thing, with Sam concluding after a three-day metal bonanza in his garden: As coverage ends in time for the 9pm BBC Rock Show afterparty, a more positive realisation dawns. My neighbours are finally at peace. The tent is packed up. The laptop is stowed. The 63 empty cans and bottles I’ve somehow generated have been shoved into recycling. My hot shower and soft bed are calling – and I’ve made it through a full weekend without fresh injuries or a lost phone. By Monday morning, the countdown to Download 2021 will begin: a sweeter-than-ever showcase that might just be the best ever.”

Read this: Parkway Drive’s Winston McCall: No-one opens doors for us… we kick them in!”

Posted on June 19th 2020, 4:21p.m.
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