Behemoth -- Sydney, Australia -- October 26th, 2013
Support for the night was from Hour of Penance. Unfortunately they had some technical difficulties for the first few songs, but that all cleared up eventually. They played for almost 45 minutes.
Sedition Through Scorn
Incestuous Dynasty of Worms
Slavery in a Deaf Decay
Decimate the Ancestry of the Only God
Behemoth's set, they played for a bit over an hour:
Ov Fire and the Void
Blow Your Trumpet Gabriel
The Seed ov I
Alas, Lord Is Upon Me
Christians to the Lions
Decade of Therion
At the Left Hand ov God
Slaves Shall Serve
Chant for Eschaton 2000
23 (The Youth Manifesto)
Ugh, what a surprise for Behemoths set. They're vicious and amazing live, but I've been saying for years that they have a very stale set. Before I even read the actual setlist, I guessed about 8 of the songs they were going to play correctly.
With that being said, if you've never seen Behemoth live: Go.
They need to bring more stuff back from Apostasy and Zos Kia Cultus. The only track they've played from ZKC in the last almost-decade is the most stale song on that record.
Is HoP playing a new song? Never heard of "Regicide". They did say they plan on releasing a new album next year.
[QUOTE=Polock91;544944]They need to bring more stuff back from Apostasy and Zos Kia Cultus. The only track they've played from ZKC in the last almost-decade is the most stale song on that record.[/QUOTE]
They were playing Heru Ra Ha at their dates in Poland last year but then took it out of the setlist for the US tour. I was pretty bummed about that.
HoP said 'Regicide' was from their new album, due out next year.
The first time I saw Behemoth they played No Sympathy for Fools & As Above So Below ;) That being said, it was in 2006!
What's more annoying is that they used the ZKC backdrop for the show, got the excitement going and played nothing from it!
[QUOTE=fletchzer;544970]HoP said 'Regicide' was from their new album, due out next year.[/QUOTE]
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