There’s nothing comparable. You have big fests in the United States, although not as big as Hellfest. There’s fests like Coachella which tries to be like a Euro fest but that’s more of a weird alternative indie fest. It’s very eclectic and got everything from pop to rock to DJ’s. I remember one year Ghost played but at a really weird time, around noon (laughs).It also works in Europe to have a diverse line-up. Here you have punk, rock, hardcore, metal, hard rock, death and black metal, stoner, and even bands like Status Quo, all together and the people are into it and support it. It’s an amazing thing. I think Europeans are a little bit more connoisseurs of music. In the United States it’s more like fast food for the brain and people are focused on what’s cool. Here they stay into that band, support that band, buy the t-shirt, whether it’s 10 years later.