FIREBIRD Perform First-Ever Show In Continental Europe
Britain's FIREBIRD, led by former CARCASS/NAPALM DEATH guitarist Bill Steer, performed their first show in half a year and first time ever in continental Europe on June 15th at Transvision festival in Graz, Austria. According to bassist Roger Nilsson (THE QUILL/SPIRITUAL BEGGARS), "we had ourselves a quite nice little evening at the Transvision festival. The show went great except for the fact that Bill had to wrestle with some hi-tech German guitar-amp (everyone who ever met Bill know he's not a hi-tech kind of guy...haha). Both Bill and Jolle rocked and I tried to follow them the best I could...haha The morning after we also had a near-death experience when we actually woke up to the sound of accordion and someone yodeling. (Talk about entering the twilight zone) I thought stuff like that only happened in Sound of Music...haha Anyway, the set list for the show was (as I remember it, FIREBIRD never do set lists in advance everything is decided on stage):
01. Dirt Trap
02. Torn Down
06. I Come Creepin' (new)
07. Stranger To Himself
08. Cross The Line (new)
09. Through The Fields
10. End Of The Day (new)
11. Goin' Down
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