Romanian Government Decree That Metal Shows Must Be Approved by the Church

Must Read

Buhari Cannot Defeat Boko Haram: Fani-Kayode

Former minister of aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode has expressed that President Muhammadu Buhari cannot defeat terrorist group, Boko Haram. This is...

Chelsea Survive Late Hull City Scare To Qualify For FA Cup Fifth Round

Chelsea survived a late scare from the championship side, Hull City to qualify for the FA Cup fifth round...

Lassa Fever: 24 Killed, 163 Cases Confirmed So Far In January

At least 24 people have died of Lassa fever in the country since the latest outbreak of the disease...

University Of Ibadan Offers Admission To 4,359 Out Of 19,482

The University of Ibadan approved the provisional offer of undergraduate admission to 4,359 candidates for the 2019/2020 academic session. According...

Valencia Hands Barcelona First Defeat Of The Year

Barcelona has been handed their first defeat of the year by Valencia during their domestic league clash at the...

metal_band_dead_by_april-t2

Following a show by a metal band called Dark Funeral in Romania, the country’s government has announced that all future metal shows in the area will have to be approved by the orthodox church.

Many have criticised the law, claiming it is in violation to several sections of the Romanian Constitution, and saying all citizens enjoy the rights and freedoms granted to them by the Constitution and other laws.

Conflict between the church and extreme metal artists is said not to be new in Romania, with the former branding the genre as ‘Satanic music’.

Many cases are said to be often reported by independent metal media.

Like the case of Russian Orthodox Priests spitting on metal bands at the airport.

A member of the Dark Funeral band, Lord Ahriman, shared his view through Facebook.

Dark Funeral

 

- Advertisement -

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

More Articles Like This

- Advertisement -