Rock am Ring signs up H-Blockx and Slayer icon Kerry King


Kerry King, the guitarist of cult thrash metallers Slayer, who disbanded in 2019, has now confirmed his participation in Rock am Ring. After a five-year break, King recently returned with his solo project and the album "From Hell I Rise", which will be released on May 17. In addition to King on guitar, he is supported by top-class musicians such as Mark Osegueda (Death Angel) on the mic, bassist Kyle Sanders (ex-Hellyeah), guitarist Phil Demmel (Vio-lence, ex-Machine Head) and a colleague from the Slayer days, Paul Bostaph, on drums. Musically, Kerry King wants to remain true to his Slayer heritage, as his show at Ring will prove.

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Crossover pioneers H-Blockx have also joined the line-up, and this year they will not only be celebrating one of their first appearances at Ring since 2010. They are also celebrating the 30th anniversary of their pioneering debut album "Time To Move", which not only achieved gold status but was also named album of the year at the time, spending 62 weeks in the charts. After the band led by singer Henning Wehland returned to the stage in 2020 after a long absence from live performances, the four of them showed that they are still among the spearheads of German rock acts. Ring fans will be able to see for themselves just how fresh their rock music sounds.
Unfortunately, Mudvayne have had to cancel their European concerts, including their appearance at Rock am Ring.
All tickets for Rock am Ring Utopia Stage Camping are already sold out. There are only a few options left in the premium camping categories in the Experience Camp.
Festival Weekend Tickets are still available in the current price category. Information on the next price level change will be announced shortly via the festival channels.