Talking metal: Ipoh Music Symposium goes virtual with 'rock kapak' culture series

Bumi Putra Rockers (BPR) with its first gold award for its second album titled 'Bisa' (which sold 25,000 units) in 1988. BPR is part of the Rock Kapak symposium's online concert line-up on Oct 10. Photo: Filepic

This year's Ipoh Music Symposium series returns this Oct 10 and 11 with a focus on the golden age of Malaysian heavy metal/rock culture in the 1980s.

The symposium, titled Rock Kapak, is set to take place at the creative arts space PORT (People Of Remarkable Talents) in Ipoh on Oct 10.

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