psoa16 The second of the P.S.O.A. bands which I had an “agreement” with. Long time friends, all time favourites with another super show and complete with the satanic hellfires signed by P.
Just that someone decided to cut the show off before the extra songs in the end and with still 7 mins of stage time. What was up with that? As far as I know, the P.S.O.A. crew don´t fuck up. It´s all about German quality and precision, so what the hell happened? When the band was coming back for the extras, the drums were already rolling out and stuff being unplugged. And me who (with awesome help from Majk, the official PSOA shooter. Great guy) climbed up in the sound tower to witness the end. Narrow ladder, very steep, very high. For me who´s genuinly afraid of hights, it was totally death defying so shut up!!
And without the last two songs, no bombastic ending in fire with P. finally burning down the whole thing. Ok, I can see the pros of it…:)
But even without the last two, it was an awesome gig! But as great as they are on the big open air stages, I can´t wait to see them at Black Harvest in October!



Death/grind from Birmingham, UK. The band is new (january 2016) The guys in the band have been around for awhile:) haven´t heard anything recorded yet (there are some demo stuff around. a couple of songs) but they were great live! No wonder with that line up…
Karl Willets (BOLT THROWER) – Vocals Frank Healy (BENEDICTION, CEREBRAL FIX) – Bass Scott Fairfax (CEREBRAL FIX) – Guitar and Andy Whale (BOLT THROWER) – Drums



psoa16Absolutely brilliant! Such a great show with one of my most loved bands. And P. (WATAIN) as their “tireless one man road crew” and also The Pyro Guy (pyros even for NIFELHEIM the day after).

The first bang took everyone by surprise, even the guys on stage :D Omfg that heat!! Unfortunately I was in the pit and couldn´t capture the the sky high hellfires from so close but there is at least one pic taken from the back of the crowd. You have to google it. It could also be posted on the bands FB page?) Anyways, agreed with the band to shoot during the whole gig so got some from the stage also. I never went back to the pit which I regretted in the end when P, joined in at some point and especially when they played “Tamam Shud” with both KzR from BÖLZER and former D 666 member Mersus (drums 2001-2012, nowadays GOSPEL OF THE HORNS) joined them on stage. Fkn legendary!!

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