The Sandbox forms a collaboration with Nuclear Blast

The Sandbox has gone ahead and formed an exclusive collaboration with Nuclear Blast. The entity is basically a record label that was officially established in the year 1987 in Germany. During the past few years, the label has managed to successfully make its mark in the field of heavy metal music across the entire world. It has made its impact felt in the overall musical scenario and, as of date, is a name to reckon with. Its stature, however, seems to be growing almost by the moment. 

The entire concept is the brainchild of heavy metal enthusiasts, and it is also for their very consumption. In this matter, it will be Nuclear Blast that will be leading from the front and taking the initiative of collecting its entire experience and bringing it to The Sandbox arena. 

Blast Valley, which is their latest gig, will be featuring musicians connected to the heavy metal arena exhibiting their very best, along with an erupting volcano, in terms of providing the ultimate thrill factor. It will indeed turn out to be the mother of all gigs, something that both entities have put their heart and soul together to achieve. They have ensured the fact that there will be performances that will turn out to be better than the next. All of this will simply be for the sheer pleasure and excitement of heavy metal enthusiasts.  

According to the COO and Co-Founder of The Sandbox, Sebastien Borget, it is indeed a pleasure to have associated with Nuclear Blast as the entity is coming with all of its experience and expertise gathered over the years and providing a much better outcome than one generally expects. He is of the firm opinion that Blast Valley will surpass the expectations of even the most discerning audience.

Trevor Holman

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