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Old 07-24-2009, 04:22 PM
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Testament -- London, England -- July 24th, 2009

Europe's Summer Hell Tour
Venue: Shepherd's Bush Empire

Warbringer (19:25-19:55)
Total War
Severed Reality
Living In A Whirlwind
At The Crack of Doom
Jackal
Prey For Death
Combat Shock

Anaal Nathrakh (20:15-21:00)
Bellum Omnium Contra Omnes
In The Constellation of The Black Widow
The Final Absolution
Submission Is For The Weak
More of Fire And Blood
Der Hölle Rache Kocht in Meinem Herzen
Lucifer Effect
The Destroying Angel
Do Not Speak
Pandemonic Hyperblast

Testament (21:40-22:50)
The Preacher
The New Order
Over The Wall
Practice What You Preach
More Than Meets The Eye
The Persecuted Won't Forget
Burnt Offerings
Into The Pit
Souls of Black
Disciples of The Watch
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D.N.R.
3 Days In Darkness
The Formation of Damnation

No 'Demonic Refusal', 'True Believer', 'Sins of Omission', 'Electric Crown' or 'Alone In The Dark', which have been played elsewhere on this tour. FAIL.
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Old 07-24-2009, 04:46 PM
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Testament setlist looks very, very similar to what was played in KC. Perhaps the same.

Thanks for the Anaal Nathrakh set!

Methinks the opening song would be Bellum Omnium Contra Omnes and tbe closing song was more than likely Pandemonic Hyperblast.

edit: i fixed the anaal nathrakh tag for the thread, but i cant delete the old one from my phone.
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Originally Posted by The vocalist of Anaal Nathrakh, Dave Hunt
There was a degree of thrash fans not knowing what was going on with the sound of a volcano on stage, but for the most part it was great.
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On stage he said "There's this group at front going "Yeaah!! Anaal Nathrakh!!" and everyone else standing at the back going "We were expecting Testament. What's gone wrong?"
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The band were a bit worried about playing that show. They knew they didn't really fit, but apparently Testament asked for them specifically.

I'm in the larger proportion of the fans, to be honest. It was a thrash bill. Everywhere else on the tour Onslaught played that slot and went down a storm. If Onslaught weren't available then they should have been replaced with another thrash band. If it had to be an English band because of logistics then Evile would be my preference if available. I'm sure they could have found someone to appeal to Testament fans.

I found Anaal deadly boring. Every song, even if it started differently with a good riff or rhythm, ended up being the same high-speed monotony. It was like listening to 45-minutes of the same track with occasional pauses for chat.
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London Promoters Suck!!!!!

I am tired of London gigs man!! They always put crap support bands playing for too long resulting in the main act playing a lot less than they usually do on the rest of a tour!! That Anaal whatever were really fucking bad!! Warbringer were ok though.

Testament played only 13 songs!! Ommitting real gems like "Demonic Refusal", "Electric Crown" and "Alone In The Dark" among others that have been played on this tour. The Lagacy was on the setlist and they didn't play it!!!

Here's the setlist from Cincinnati, USA, so you see an example of how we're getting screwed here in London!!!

The Preacher
Practice What You Preach
The New Order
Over the Wall
Sins Of Omission
More Than Meets the Eye
The Persecuted Won't Forget
Demonic Refusal
True Believer
Do or Die
The Legacy
Into the Pit
Souls of Black
Electric Crown
Disciples of the Watch
D.N.R. (Do Not Resuscitate)
3 Days in Darkness
The Formation Of Damnation

That's 18 songs!!! We only got 13 in London!!!

This has to stop!!! London promoters, YOU SUCK!!!!!
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