Avast, ye landlubbers! From the deepest darkest depths of the Caribbean comes ALESTORM, a drunken band of pirates on an epic quest to drink your beer, steal your rum, and be the greatest damn band that ever did sail the seven seas! After a resounding success of their first single "Heavy Metal Pirates", they not only changed the band's name to Alestorm but decided to create pirate-inspired music. Musicians did not surrender their heavy metal credentials but decided to introduce instruments traditionally associated with folk music, such as violins and tin whistles resulted in a creation of an entirely new genre of music. The musicians came up with their very own genre of metal music, combining heavy metal with elements of folk music to achieve "heavy metal shanties". Their pirate-spired music is paired up with a pirate-inspired aesthetics, artwork and lyrics. Another feature that sets the band apart is their humorous lyrics and tongue-in-cheek approach to touring, performing, and creating music.
From humble beginnings playing shows to farm animals in a field somewhere in Eastern Scotland, Alestorm have evolved into an international party machine hellbent on conquering album charts and festival stages throughout the world, with their infectious brand of 'Pirate Metal' and their dashing good looks.
Somehow they've managed to convince hundreds of thousands of people from New Zealand to Argentina to Lithuania and everywhere in between (except Paraguay), that it's cool to wear a pirate hat and sing stupid songs about getting drunk and stealing ships. So prepare your spleens, because Alestorm are coming to kick ass and chew gum. And they're all out of ass.
Also, they have a giant inflatable duck. Does your band have a giant inflatable duck? No. I didn't think so.
Today we have learned the results of the public opinion polls conducted in Kostrzyn nad Odrą, which hosts Woodstock Festival Poland. The citizens answered questions about their attitudes towards Woodstock Festival Poland.
The competition allows you - the audience - to shape the line-up of this year's PolAndRock Festival. Let's see who is on their way to the top and who clearly will not make the cut... Is your favourite safe?
The Academy is an inextricable element of the Woodstock Festival Poland landscape. An area devoted to learning, cultural exchange and inspiring ideas presented by the NGOs.