Ancient BURIED and ANNOUNCEMENT HIDDEN bass player Victor Brandt created a tribute beer for Lars Goran Petrov. the pioneer BURIED and ANNOUNCEMENT HIDDEN The singer died on March 7, 2021 after a battle with bile duct cancer. He was 49 years old.
The beer will get its premiere exclusive to this weekend Gefle Metal Festival in Gävle, Sweden, where BURIED will play an “exclusive show”.
Brandt said, “I want there to be a LG beer, a tribute beer for LG Petrov and now it has finally come true. LG PetrovThe estate of has been included in the whole process and they are very happy with the result. It’s a pilsner that I know LG would have really liked and it is brewed by the excellent brewery Stigberget Bryggeri. Another thing he would have liked is for some of the proceeds to be donated to Barncancerfonden (the Childhood Cancer Foundation) in LG‘The name of.
“I took the picture that we used as a label in Chicago during a US tour we did in 2016.
“I have to play in a band with LG for twelve years. In BURIED which later turned into ANNOUNCEMENT HIDDEN and in FIRE OF FIRE. This beer is for him. Thank you to everyone involved.”
ANNOUNCEMENT HIDDEN was formed in 2014 when Petrov and other members of BURIED decided to change the band’s name in order to avoid a legal battle with BURIED guitarist Alex Hellid who did not want his former comrades to use the BURIED nickname.
ANNOUNCEMENT HIDDENthe last album of, “Bowls of the Earth”was released in August 2019 via Media of the Century.
In August 2020, Petrov Told metal hammer on how he found out about his cancer: “A few months ago. I felt a lump in my solar plexus. And I was like, ‘Okay, I’ll ignore it.’ But then it started to hurt, so I went to the doctor, and they quickly X-rayed it and said, “You have to go to the specialist. That was weird. You can’t not imagine what it feels like. Your whole body heats up.
Although Petrov revealed his cancer was ‘incurable’, he said doctors ‘hoped’ they could treat it. “Being young, the doctor said there was hopefully a way to control it so it didn’t spread, or maybe even get smaller,” he said. declared.
BURIEDfor the Gefle Metal Festival the performance will include the original members Alex Hellid (guitar),Uffe Cederlund (guitar) and Nick Anderson (battery) older BURIED bass player Jörgen Sandstromwho previously played with the band between 1995 and 2004. There will also be appearances by other former BURIED members and various renowned musicians.
“LG was a central figure in Swedish metal who left behind a huge void”, Gefle Metal Festival CEO Edward Janson said. “When we started Gefle Metal Festival 2016, FIRE OF FIRE with LG was the very first band to play and at the last festival in 2019 they were on stage with their ANNOUNCEMENT HIDDEN In between, he was present as an enthusiastic fan. It feels good to be able to pay tribute to LG and his contributions to metal with this concert.”
Hellid, Cederlund and Andersson play BURIEDthe groundbreaking 1991 album, “Clandestine”in its entirety at Malmö Live in Malmö, Sweden in November 2016. Joining them at the show were Robert Anderson (singing) and Nickis the half-brother Edvin Aftonfalk (bass), both formerly members of Swedish death metal band MORBUS CHRON. Two weeks ago, the most recent Hellid– led by a range of BURIED made its live debut on the Close-up Båten cruise.
Hellid and Petrov had been embroiled in a legal battle over BURIED name for several years. In 2014, Petrov reportedly secured the right to use the band’s name in future recording and touring activities, a decision that Hellid appealed unsuccessfully. The guitarist then registered a trademark for the production of spirits under the name “Entombed”. This decision did not suit Hellidthe former band member, who filed a protest letter against alexander‘s registration of the name, saying it could be confused with the group’s activities. He also said that Hellid acted in “bad faith” when registering his name and there was a desire to “mislead the public”. Petrov‘s protest, however, found no favor with the Swedish Patent and Registration Office, which rejected its claims on the matter in a March 2016 decision.
In an interview with Revolution-Music.dk, Petrov defended his band’s decision to release albums and tour under the name ANNOUNCEMENT HIDDEN in order to avoid a legal battle with Hellid who did not want his former comrades to use the BURIED nickname: “It had to be done, because without an album you can’t tour,” he explained. “I mean, you can tour, but if there’s seven years between albums, that’s ridiculously long. So we did the right thing, and we did what bands should do, and the always do – release an album and go on tour and headbang and have a good time with friends, and that’s what it’s all about.”