Spot Festival

Any Nordic goth and industrial bands out there?

M’era Luna and SPOT Festival are looking for Nordic goth and industrial bands!

Europe’s biggest goth & industrial festival M’era Luna and SPOT Festival are continuing their cooperation around the booking of goth and industrial bands and expanding the focus to the entire Nordic region. The bookers from both festivals will thus be cooperating with influential actors from the scene in order to find quality Nordic acts for their lineups. This will ultimately result in Nordic goth & industrial bands performing at both festivals in Aarhus, Denmark, on 2 May 2015 (SPOT Festival) and Hildesheim, Germany, on 9 August 2015 (M’era Luna).

M’era Luna’s director Stephan Thanscheidt explains:
“… The 2014 launch of our cooperation with SPOT Festival was a great success and helped us discover the promising Danish act Euzen, so I can’t wait to expand our focus to the Nordic level and see what treasure we will discover in 2015…”

SPOT Festival’s director Gunnar K. Madsen further adds:
“… SPOT Festival aims to be a bridge between Europe and all Nordic (not just the Danish) rhythmical music scenes. When looking at niche genres like goth and industrial it makes even more sense to take the collective Nordic scenes into account. We are of course also delighted to be cooperating with such a strong international partner for yet another year…”

All interested Nordic goth and industrial acts can contact the booking by sending an email to nordics@meraluna.de. The submission deadline is 9 March 2015.

Please send the following information:
• A video of you guys performing live, which is representative of your current live set-up. We need the video to be uploaded to youtube. Please send us the link
• Please only send us your own material (no covers)
• A press picture of the band
• Short press text presenting the band (5 sentences will do)
For all further questions please contact Christian Buhl (buhl@factory92.eu)

Euzen (picture) was chosen last year to play both SPOT Festival and M’era Luna (Photo: Allan Høgsholm)