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Destrozer



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PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 6:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nifelheim/Root 2Heavy4You 2001 Falkenberg Sweden
Dark Quarterer/Aria Muskelrock 2013 Sweden
Celtic Frost 2007 Stockholm Sweden
Gehennah/Mrk Gryning 1996 Stockholm Sweden
Aria 1987 Moscow Russia (my first show)

Also all the uncountable underground Black Metal gigs in Sweden in the mid 90s deserve praise. Seeing a young Watain without paint in a very small pub is a nice memory.
Also, Diamanda Galas in Stockholm in the late 90s.
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GnosticPoison



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PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 6:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Not sure about a top 5, but the number one gig Ive seen was non-metal and was Trad Gras Och Stenar in Newcastle circa 2010???

Still had a near original lineup, prior to the sad passing of a few of the members. I remember being completely in awe of how these old, somewhat disabled guys could still tour Europe and perform music with such passion and dedication as if it were still the late 60s / 70s. Absolutely mindblowing and a pivotal moment in my journey through music.
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Acid Orgy



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PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 6:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Destrozer wrote:
Dark Quarterer

This is one of those italian bands that are appreciated way more in other countries (mostly in Northern Europe) than in their native one. THE BLACK and related projects are other examples.

Destrozer wrote:
Seeing a young Watain without paint in a very small pub is a nice memory.


I saw them here in Italy in 2002, they played in a small pub in front of maybe 30/40 ppl, and they did a hell of a show. Funny thing is that they were the opening band for UNPURE, who later that night played just a couple of songs because Kolgrim was stoned as fuck.

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Aria 1987 Moscow Russia

HOLY HELL!
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blindfolder



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PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 8:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Slayer and Motorhead about five years ago.
Wolf Eyes...every time I've seen them.
Mayhem earlier this year, way better than anticipated.
Terveet Kadet couple years ago..
Wehrmacht with Scott Peterson doing Cryptic Slaughter songs was sick too.
Souls Of Mischief for like 5 bucks years ago was very sick...


Honorable mentions are Culo, The Locust, Fantomas, way too fried to remember a lot of shows sadly. I'm sure they'll come to me randomly.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 8:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Vovod / Kreator 1986
Iron Maiden / Accept 1984
Celtic Frost 2007
Metallica 1984
Motrhead / Destruction 1988
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 8:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

1. bolt thrower - bassano del grappa 2006
2. bulldozer - macomer 1989
3. celtic frost - milan 2007
4. nirvana 2002 - stockholm 2010
5. dissection - codevilla 2004
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 10:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Manilla Road - US tour 2015
Rotten Sound - US tour 2016
Mortuary Drape - US tour 2016
Wormrot - NL Deathfest 2017
Incantation - Marduk tour 2017
Zeke - any show before 2017
Blasphemy - Vancouver 2017
Revenge - 2015 Mayhem tour
Lamb of God - 2001 tour
Deeds of Flesh - 2002 tour, upstaging Cannibal Corpse
Mortician - 2004 US tour
Cro-Mags - 2011 one-off show

edit - i guess that's more than 5
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heavymetalsteve



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PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 11:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Destrozer wrote:
Nifelheim/Root 2Heavy4You 2001 Falkenberg Sweden
Dark Quarterer/Aria Muskelrock 2013 Sweden
Celtic Frost 2007 Stockholm Sweden
Gehennah/Mrk Gryning 1996 Stockholm Sweden
Aria 1987 Moscow Russia (my first show)

Also all the uncountable underground Black Metal gigs in Sweden in the mid 90s deserve praise. Seeing a young Watain without paint in a very small pub is a nice memory.
Also, Diamanda Galas in Stockholm in the late 90s.


I gotta ask how big was the venue for the Aria show in 87? From the footage I've seen they got pretty big fast. Was the Root show the same one that was recorded and released on double lp?
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Destrozer



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PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 11:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

heavymetalsteve wrote:
Destrozer wrote:
Nifelheim/Root 2Heavy4You 2001 Falkenberg Sweden
Dark Quarterer/Aria Muskelrock 2013 Sweden
Celtic Frost 2007 Stockholm Sweden
Gehennah/Mrk Gryning 1996 Stockholm Sweden
Aria 1987 Moscow Russia (my first show)

Also all the uncountable underground Black Metal gigs in Sweden in the mid 90s deserve praise. Seeing a young Watain without paint in a very small pub is a nice memory.
Also, Diamanda Galas in Stockholm in the late 90s.


I gotta ask how big was the venue for the Aria show in 87? From the footage I've seen they got pretty big fast. Was the Root show the same one that was recorded and released on double lp?


The Aria venue was a stadium, so pretty huge. This was in April 1987, I actually spoke to the members of Aria about it some years ago and they were quite surprised I had attended that concert. It was around the time when "Hero of the Asphalt" was released. It was a festival with many other bands from the former Socialist camp. There was also an East German band called Prinzip.
Yeah, that's the Root gig, first ever in Sweden and it was Nifelheim's first concert ever.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 11:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mare at Magasin 2011
Black Flames of Blasphemy 2009
Antaeus 2003 Lisbon in a restaurant kitchen
Dissection/Watain 2004
Running Wild 2003
Maiden 2008
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 11:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Motorhead/Dio/Iron Maiden - 2003 Lineup speaks for itself

Slayer, Unholy Alliance tour - 6/6/2006 Wasn't a fan of most of the opening bands, but this was my first time seeing Slayer, and they had Lombardo for this tour.

Testament - 2009 Awesome energy out of Testament, and in a small venue (which I prefer)

Death Angel, Anthrax, Slayer - 2016 Real awesome thrash lineup, Anthrax with Belladonna was the real winner for me

Beyond the Gates - 2017 First multi-day festival, first time in Europe, truly fantastic lineup.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 11:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Funestus wrote:

Antaeus 2002 Lisbon in a restaurant kitchen


Please, tell more.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 12:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nothing much to tell really... it was the possible venue for some metal gigs at the time. And it was indeed a kitchen for a close down restaurant if i recall correctly.

*It was 2003 and not 2002.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 12:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Someone open a thread for weird shows / things happening in shows
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 12:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Destrozer wrote:
heavymetalsteve wrote:
Destrozer wrote:
Nifelheim/Root 2Heavy4You 2001 Falkenberg Sweden
Dark Quarterer/Aria Muskelrock 2013 Sweden
Celtic Frost 2007 Stockholm Sweden
Gehennah/Mrk Gryning 1996 Stockholm Sweden
Aria 1987 Moscow Russia (my first show)

Also all the uncountable underground Black Metal gigs in Sweden in the mid 90s deserve praise. Seeing a young Watain without paint in a very small pub is a nice memory.
Also, Diamanda Galas in Stockholm in the late 90s.


I gotta ask how big was the venue for the Aria show in 87? From the footage I've seen they got pretty big fast. Was the Root show the same one that was recorded and released on double lp?


The Aria venue was a stadium, so pretty huge. This was in April 1987, I actually spoke to the members of Aria about it some years ago and they were quite surprised I had attended that concert. It was around the time when "Hero of the Asphalt" was released. It was a festival with many other bands from the former Socialist camp. There was also an East German band called Prinzip.
Yeah, that's the Root gig, first ever in Sweden and it was Nifelheim's first concert ever.


Damn, impressive about that Aria gig. Would love to see those guys. The old footage I've seen is so awesome. Nifelheim didn't play live in the 90s?
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