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Children of Bodom

Children of Bodom

Posted 11 September 2008   by Jesse         Permalink | 1 Comment

Tags: Children of Bodom, bands, gigs, merch

While we here at Unleashed like to think we're on the ball, every once in a while a great band slips under our tour radar. Children of Bodom was one of those bands. These Finnish bad boys blazed their way across the country in June this year, and unbeknownst to us picked up one of our tees along the way.

The band's lead singer, Alexi Laiho is one helluva guitar guru (you should see this guy play!). But there's more to Alexi than mad guitar solos and intense vocals—Alexi's down with helping animals too. So much so that he even sported his new Animals Australia tee on stage at their Perth show. There's nothing like a gritty guitar superstar doing his bit for animals!


Alexi Laiho backstage at the Capitol, Perth.

A big thanks to Antonella and the fab crew at Just Say Rock for not only hooking Alexi up with one of our shirts, but also sending us the photo. Thanks also to theRoute777 of moomu Photography for letting us use his amazing photos from the event (doesn't that photo of Alexi in action at the top of the page rock!).

If you want to do your bit for animals too, then head on over to our shop and do as Alexi does—wear your message loud and proud!

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Teweesa! Teweesa! 22 March 2009
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Many kudos to Mr Laiho.
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