BIOHAZARD Heading To Japan
The reunited original lineup of BIOHAZARD has scheduled the following Japanese dates:
Dec. 10 - Diamond Hall - Nagoya, Japan (Magma Festival 2008)
Dec. 11 - Zepp - Osaka, Japan (Magma Festival 2008)
Dec. 12 - Zepp - Osaka, Japan (Magma Festival 2008)
Fan-filmed video footage of BIOHAZARD's November 17, 2008 concert in Milan, Italy can be viewed below.
Photos from the show are available on the news blog Musica Metal.
The group's setlist was as follows
02. Shades Of Grey
03. What Makes Us Tick
04. Tales From The Hard Side
05. Urban Disciple
06. Survival Of The Fittest
07. Black And White And Red All Over
08. Down For Life
09. Chamber Spins Three
11. Five Blocks To The Subway
12. We're Only Gonna Die (BAD RELIGION cover)
13. Love Denied
14. Wrong Side Of The Tracks
16. How It Is
17. Hold My Own
According to Musica Metal, BIOHAZARD frontman Evan Seinfeld announced from the stage that the band may record a new studio album once it has completed the current 20th-anniversary tour.
"Victory" + "Shades of Grey":
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