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Closed November 16, 2017

HIM have become iconic in their time in music.With a career that spans almost 25 years, the Finnish love metal band have touched the souls of many a fan through their heart breaking lyrics and catchy riffs.

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All Dark Things Must Come To An End

His Infernal Majesty, widely known by the acronym H.I.M, burst out of the 90s dripping in black nail varnish and leather. The goth rockers first put forth their heady mix of metal and goth rock (a genre they've defined as love metal) in the form of critically acclaimed debut Greatest Lovesongs Vol. 666 in 1997. Two decades and eight studio albums later, the band embarks on its final voyage, embracing their fans in their web of darkness for one final time.

With countless tours and shows under their studded belts, the Helsinki outfit knows how to put on a soul-stirring show. The goth rockers light up the stage with flaming licks, driving rock drums and pounding bass, all tied together by enigmatic frontman Ville Vallo's siren cry vocals cavorting around melodious metal hooks. Don't miss the chance to bid these titans adieu at the HIM 2017 North American Bang & Whimper Farewell Tour.

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Performance date: 16 November 2017

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