Despite of evil spirits messing around, “The gig that should not be” was performed by Witchcraft and Arwat at Randevu/Danđn bar.
As their singer Jan explained, every Cold Snap song has a story to tell and a deeper meaning behind it. The same was with this Friday night.
This year was the 41st edition of the Ri Rock festival. It lasted four days total and it started on the 6th of December.
At The Gates delivered a world-class death metal knockout which will be talked about for a long time!
Paradise Lost definitely deserve a place in the cathedral, probably they would sound even better there, but since they decided to take Lucifer on this tour, Vintage Industrial Bar looked like a quite decent place for occulting of this kind.
Deep Purple was playing in front of the audience, and yes, we could feel the deep and purple force rising above us, entering our minds and hearts.
In case your winter Monday wasn’t depressing enough, there was a chance to drive it to the ground by joining us for an exciting evening of men in colourful tights and their shiny guitars!
If you came across Nanowar at your hometown, just go see them live, because it’s a no brainer!