Wednesday, 6 July 2011

Iron Maiden - Blood Brothers

Back in Stockholm after two weeks in Gothenburg, we have already taken a look at the festival where I spent the most time of my stay in the eminent city. Finished it all with a weekend at Ullevi and two totally awesome concerts.

Gothenburg, sun, warmth, Ullevi, Iron Maiden and 56,245 cheering fans - probably the most logical formula ever assembled.

The band delivered once again a magnificent evening with their epic galloping metal. The sound is a bit shaky at first, but gets better the longer they come into the setlist, once the song number seven "The Trooper" kicks off then the Ullevi Stadium explodes.

Songs like The Wicker Man, Blood Brothers got a very well received, the new tune "When The Wild Wind Blows" is really epic live. Then the classics tunes make a fire in the hole and they one after an other, see setlist below.

That the band is known for dragging with them a lot of props to build up its production around, and sure, they did so even this time. Space was the theme this time and held a great class with both the radio tower and a giant Evil Eddie. Overall it was an ok concert. Opening acts for the evening was the Swedish Graveyard and Sabaton.

A more detailed review of the concert can be found at WeRock!, Written by Martin Bensch.

Todays tune ”Blood Brothers” is taken from their the twelfth studio album "Brave New World”, released on 30 May 2000.

1. Satelite 15 / The Final Frontier
2. El Dorado
3. 2 Minutes To Midnight
4. The Talisman
5. Coming Home
6. Dance of Death
7. The Trooper
8. The Wicker Man
9. Blood Brothers
10. When The Wild Wind Blows
11. The Evil That Men Do
12. Fear Of The Dark
13. Iron Maiden
14. The Number Of The Beast
15. Hallowed Be Thy Name
16. Running Free

Here is some videos filmed from the show.

Iron Maiden - Blood Brothers Ullevi 2011

More info @ Official Iron Maiden Website
Official Graveyard Website
Official Sabaton Website

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1 comment:

Metallbibliotekarien said...

Kick ass pictures as always! And nicely written as well :-) Thanks for the linking man!