HEAVEN SHALL BURN, Parkway Drive, Carnifex, Northlane
29.11.14 Sweden Stockholm Arenan
30.11.14 Sweden Gothenburg Trädgårn
01.12.14 Denmark Copenhagen Amager Bio
02.12.14 Germany Berlin Columbiahalle
03.12.14 Germany Offenbach Stadthalle
04.12.14 Czech Rep Prague Roxy / Folimanka
05.12.14 Germany München Zenith
06.12.14 Hungary Budapest Barba Negra
07.12.14 Austria Wien Gasometer
08.12.14 Italy Bologna Estragon
09.12.14 Switzerland Zurich Volkshaus
10.12.14 Belgium Deinze De Brielpoort
11.12.14 Holland Tilburg 0.13
12.12.14 UK London Roundhouse
13.12.14 UK Newcastle o2 Academy
14.12.14 UK Glasgow Barrowland
15.12.14 UK Nottingham Rock City
16.12.14 UK Bristol o2 Academy
17.12.14 UK Manchester Academy
18.12.14 France Paris Le Cabaret Sauvage
19.12.14 Germany Köln Palladium
20.12.14 Germany Leipzig Haus Auensee
21.12.14 Germany Hamburg Sporthalle
Heaven Shall Burn fans know and appreciate the massive doublebass grounding that Christian Bass gives to the music. Since 2013 he has been a member of the German Melodic Death giants, after having filled in several times as substitute drummer as early as 2006.
Born in 1977, he thought himself to play. Luckily his older brother already had a drumkit set up in the basement when little Christian discovered his love for the instrument. 1992, at the age of 15, he played his first live show, at 18 he signed a deal with label Nuclear Blast, resulting in several album releases by his band Night In Gales.
But one group wasn‘t enough for the dedicated musician, so he also became a member of Deadsoil, Der Weg Einer Freiheit (until 2011), White Eyes and Bloodred Bacteria. Several other outfits, among them Dew-Scented, Deadlock and Born From Pain, chose his skills when they needed a substitute drummer for live shows and recordings.
Since 1994, Christian has played nearly 500 gigs and worked in the studio for a diverse array of groups and projects. Trained as a graphic designer, he is currently working as a teacher for media technics and the German language.
Christian Bass is always interested in new musical projects, studiowork etc.
(Written by Christof Leim 2014)