Sound during the whole show was a big plus. For such a small venue to have that good sound for both opening act and main act is commendable.
Tagged: Live review
The evening is set for ten out of ten but somewhere on the way it appears that the highest rate is far, far away this evening in Sala.
No Thobbe runs his own songs except a Judas Priest cover in the form of “The Ripper” who would have made all Judas Priest cover bands jealous, maybe even Judas Priest themselves.
Critics may call the band “Eurovision rock”but the fans doesn´t really care. You know what you get. A great time all the way through.
Tried to come in but it was full! What can I do, when Sabaton hits the stage it feels like everything falls into place. The band and the audience become one.
The show starts with the extremely well oiled “Ghost Division” and for me that’s one of the best openers when it comes to live shows in the world of Heavy Metal.
The level of frenzy Elvenking displays is simply astounding up to this point and i am truly amazed. The whole band brings professialism and joy to this cold, dark corner of Sweden tonight.
All in all, Nerved delivers a stabile and capable set but somethings missing. I had quite high hopes on this show but it never delivered on my expectations.
The musicians are skilled. If I have to find something to complain about, the sound is not the best, but I don’t care because I have Angus McFife XIII on stage and the whole Hoothforce.
Expectations from the audience are high. Expectations from me are high. Candlemass 2019, how does they sound? From the first notes to the last, it can only be described with one word; Perfect!
Singer Artur Almeida is of high class and it would not surprise me if he has Bruce Dickinson as his role model. His voice is sometimes very similar to the legendary singer of Iron Maiden.
In classic -80’s metal style we get the individual solo parts and first up is Dee Dammers who delivers a acoustic solo which seamlessly goes in to “In The Darkness”, where Udo stands alone and almost pleads to the thinning crowd: “..please dont leave me alone.. In the darkness!” and it is such a beutiful moment that i almost run down front row to scream out my love for him.
The band members are indeed competent on their respective instruments and “When The Sun Goes Down” is a brilliant song, although it’s not good enough this afternoon in Falun.
“Hangover”, “Black Sails At Midnight” and “Mexico” delivers an crowdpleasing, beerstinkin’ metal in which Christopher Bowes gets to really stretch his legs as a front man.
When they got the shit together it was a complete overrun of the rest of the lead singers we have heard so far this weekend. Oh my god what a voice!!