The summer festival season is finally here after two years of pandemic time and the first big major festival in Finland Rockfest was last weekend at Hyvinkää, Finland.
The festival draw 60 000 people in total during the three day festival and on Thursday the bands hitting the main stage at the festival were Finnish metal giants Nightwish, electronic rockers Bring Me The Horizon, rap rockers Fever 333 and modern metallers Lost Society.
For Fever 333, who has really strong political message in their music and the band members call the band more of a movement than a band, the show in Finland was their first one to date and the band delivered a really energetic and powerful show. Chaoszine sat down with the group’s founder and vocalist Jason Aalon Butler before the show and discussed about new music, Spotify’s royalty system and fast acting that should be done to prevent more school shootings happening in US. You can watch the entire interview below:
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