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    Posted: July 26 2012 at 09:35
Believe, one of the best progressive rock bands in Poland, have just been confirmed as a first band to play at the next edition of the prestigious ROSfest. The event scheduled for May, 3rd – 5th 2013 will host live performances from some of the world’s finest progressive rock bands. The past editions of the festival included such names as Pendragon, Gazpacho, IQ, Frost, DeeExpus, Satellite, RPWL and many others. For full details go to THIS location.
 
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Believe, one of the most interesting and original bands on the Polish art/prog-rock scene! The band formed in 2004 by guitarist Mirek Gil, should be known already by fans of Polish prog-rock legend Collage and Satellite. Not only was Mirek a founding member and main song writer of Collage, but he played with Satellite as well.  The band’s debut album “Hope to See Another Day” was released in 2006, six years later Believe return with their second live DVD entitled “Seeing is Believing”. Filmed in 2011 in Wyspiański Theater in Katowice (Poland), this brand new DVD documents how much the band has changed: Believe released two more excellent studio albums, letting their music grow more brilliantly intricate and sublime than ever before; Tomek Różycki was substituted by the charismatic singer Karol Wróblewski, whose deep and distinctive voice contributes much to the style and mood of Believe’s music; the new keyboard player Konrad Wantrych joined their ranks, enriching their music with his stylish and technically superb soundscapes. During this unique evening in Wyspiański Theater Believe primarily presented material from their fourth, most recent studio album „World Is Round” (Metal Mind Productions, 2010). With the release of “Seeing Is Believing” DVD, the band prove they also came to excel as a live act, giving an outstanding performance which will surely be remembered by all the fans that had a chance to see and hear them on that magical evening.
 
In Autumn 2012 Believe will play several gigs around Europe. They are confirmed to play at the Progressive Promotion Festival 2012 in Germany or at Summer’s End Festival in UK. More info on tour to follow soon.
 
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Makes me wish there were some cool prog festivals out West. Would love to see Believe. Not to mention Riverside, After ..., Satellite, Votum, etcetera.
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They just announced the second band in the lineup - BOLUS.
 
After attending my first RoSFest last year, I am making it my one annual trip without the kids!  Hanging with the bands at the Eisenhower is not to be missed.


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Jolly and Riverside have now been added to the Saturday line-up, confirmed bands for Sunday so far are Dream the Electric Sleep, Moetar and Asturia.

Just in case that might interest someone.
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The Flower Kings have been added to the line-up now as well.
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I just started checking out this festival and I was wondering if anyone here can answer a couple of questions I have.
 
What do you get when you purchase a gold seat ticket? I haven't been able to find out any info about this so I was hoping you guys knew. Do you get in a certain section, or any meet and greet type thing? I saw somewhere that there have been some type of meet and greet for this festival.
 
Is the price for the $265 ticket price for the gold ticket for the whole weekend, and the same for the $125 for the regular ticket? I am really interested in this festival since "The Flower Kings" and "Riverside" will be playing there and it looks like they will be playing for 2 hours!
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Originally posted by Pockets17red Pockets17red wrote:

I just started checking out this festival and I was wondering if anyone here can answer a couple of questions I have.
 
What do you get when you purchase a gold seat ticket? I haven't been able to find out any info about this so I was hoping you guys knew. Do you get in a certain section, or any meet and greet type thing? I saw somewhere that there have been some type of meet and greet for this festival.
 
Is the price for the $265 ticket price for the gold ticket for the whole weekend, and the same for the $125 for the regular ticket? I am really interested in this festival since "The Flower Kings" and "Riverside" will be playing there and it looks like they will be playing for 2 hours!



The Gold Ticket gives you a pass to a special after party on Saturday and is also the option for those who wants to chime in a few extra bucks to keep the festival going. The 125 dollars is for Saturday and Sunday. Friday night is an additional 50 dollars for both options.
I.e. entire weekend regular tickets: 50+125 = 175 dollars.
Entire weekend with Gold Tickets that includes after-party and festival support: 50+265 = 315 dollars.

If I remember all details correctly that is. I presume someone will correct me if my memory failed me on this one ;-)
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Line-up has been fleshing out quite nicely for this one since October.

Friday:
(TBA)
Bolus
The Flower Kings

Saturday:
Jolly
Pain of Salvation
Believe
Riverside

Sunday:
Dream The Electric Sheep
Moetar
Asturias
(TBA)

Still two slots to fill though.
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Saturday looks absolutely amazing! Not into any of the Sunday line up though.
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With buying the Gold Seats, you also get first dibs at seats, so you will definitely get better ones than waiting until the regular seats go on sale.
 
I've bought mine the first day they go on sale this year and last year and got 3rd row center both years.


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Latest announcement for ROSfest 2013: Shadow Gallery.
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As previously announced Believe, one of the best progressive rock bands in Poland, will appear at the prestigious festival in USA - ROSfest. The event scheduled for this weekend, May, 3rd – 5th 2013, will host live performances from some of the World’s finest progressive rock bands including Riverside, Pain Of Salvation, The Flower Kings, Jolly or Shadow Gallery. For full details go to THIS location.
 
The band formed in 2004 by guitarist Mirek Gil, should be known already by fans of Polish prog-rock legend Collage and Satellite. Not only was Mirek a founding member and main song writer of Collage, but he played with Satellite as well.  The band’s debut album “Hope to See Another Day” was released in 2006, six years later Believe return with their second live DVD entitled “Seeing is Believing”. Filmed in 2011 in Wyspiański Theater in Katowice (Poland), this brand new DVD documents how much the band has changed: Believe released three more excellent studio albums, letting their music grow more brilliantly intricate and sublime than ever before; Tomek Różycki was substituted by the charismatic singer Karol Wróblewski, whose deep and distinctive voice contributes much to the style and mood of Believe’s music; the new keyboard player Konrad Wantrych joined their ranks, enriching their music with his stylish and technically superb soundscapes. During this unique evening in Wyspiański Theater Believe primarily presented material from their fourth album „World Is Round” (Metal Mind Productions, 2010).  Believe’s fifth studio album entitled “The Warmest Sun In Winter” was released by Metal Mind Productions on April, 22nd in Europe (May, 7th in USA).  The new material was recorded in Mirek Gil’s studio in the following line-up: Karol Wróblewski – vocals, Mirek Gil – guitars, Konrad Wantrych – keyboards, vocals, Przemas Zawadzki – bass guitar, Vlodi Tafel – drums, Satomi – violin.
 
 
Believe - The Warmest Sun In Winter

Label: Metal Mind Records
Cat. no.: MMP CD 0717DG
Barcode: 5907785037830
Format: CD DG
Genre:  Art/Progressive rock
Release date: 22.04.2013 Europe / 04.06.2013 USA
 
Tracklist:
 
1. The End
2. Beginners
3. The Warmest Sun In Winter
4. Words
5. Unborn/Turn Around
6. Please Go Home
7. Heartless Land
+ hidden track
 
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