Candlemass, Orange Goblin, Torche and Raging Speedhorn lead the ‘vanguard’ for HRH\’s new Doom and Stoner Sheffield Trip

Spread the love


Hard Rock Hell \’s sister brands HRH Doom and HRH Stoner are pleased to announce a new 2 day, 2 stage, 2 brand ‘city experience’ at its Northern base , O2 Academy in Sheffield 1st and 2nd October 2016.

The aptly named ‘Sheffield Trip’ will feature 30 bands over 2 days with multiple HRH Hotels on O2 Academy Sheffield’s doorstep adding the infamous HRH community feel to this new proposition.

Leading the vanguard are Swedish Doom Lords, Candlemass who make a rare appearance, UK heroes Orange Goblin, Miami Stoners, Torche and Northern Sludge Masters, Raging Speedhorn.

Other home-grown stars include, Witchsorrow, OHMMS, Limb, Cold in Berlin, Sergeant Thunderhoof, Desert Storm  and Druganaut, with plenty more to be announced shortly.

To see Candlemass click here

To see Orange Goblin click here

To see Torche click here –

To see Raging Speedhorn click here –

Jonni Davis, CEO and Founder of HRH commented; ‘The ‘city experience’ is a new blue print for various projects, Doom n Stoner is a natural winner for this type of set up and doing this particular event in the O2 Academy Sheffield with its purpose built Rock n Roll village, gives us the ability to create something special.’

Ian Richards Head Booker, Academy Events; Academy Events are delighted to welcome back the HRH community. O2 Academy Sheffield are proud to host such an event with this great line-up of bands.”

Current line up stands as below and all Royalty, VIP & Classic packages feature 2 nights’ accommodation, breakfast and entrance to both days and nights, weekend passes are also available on or by calling Fleur on 0203 287 6684.

Line up:


Orange Goblin

Raging Speedhorn





Cold In Berlin

Sergeant Thunderhoof

Desert Storm


Plus many more to be announced shortly.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: