MARTIN WALKYIER To Perform Set Of SKYCLAD Tunes At 'Viking Funeral' Festival

British vocalist Martin Walkyier (SABBAT, SKYCLAD, THE CLAN DESTINED) will host a free all-day heathen music and performing arts festival called Viking Funeral on Saturday, September 22 at The Nottingham Irish Centre.

Martin will play a headline set of classic SKYCLAD folk metal tunes with Emilio Souto and Matias Pena (SKILTRON), plus Simon Gimli Cliffe, Elizabeth Prendergast, Pete Hawthorne and Jacqueline Taylor.

Says Martin: "Admission to this event is absolutely FREE of charge; All we ask in return is that you each kindly make a small, or large as you like, charitable contribution to Cancer Research UK on the day."

The Viking Funeral lineup includes EIBON LA FURIES, BULL-RIFF STAMPEDE, SEVERED HEAVEN, REZINWOLF, CYNEGETICS, A VULGAR PICTURE and KHYTHON; plus "stand-up misery" from Grim Rita, a vast plethora of varied pagan artistes and very special guest performers to be confirmed.


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