GRAVE DIGGER: 25-Year-Anniversary Live CD/DVD Track Listing Revealed

German power metallers GRAVE DIGGER filmed their "25-Year Anniversary" show on May 7 at the TV Direct Music Hall in Sao Paulo, Brazil for an upcoming live CD/DVD, tentatively due October 17. The group's setlist was as follows:

01. Intro: Passion
02. The Last Supper
03. Desert Rose
04. The Grave Dancer
05. Shoot Her Down
06. The Reaper
07. Paradise
08. Excalibur
09. The House
10. Circle of Witches
11. Valhalla
12. Son of Evil
13. The Battle of Bannockburn
14. The Curse of Jacques
15. Grave in the No Man' Land
16. Yesterday
17. Morgane Lefay
18. Symphony of Death
19. Witchhunter
20. The Dark of the Sun
21. Knights of the Cross
22. Twilight of the Gods
Encore #1:
23. Rebellion
24. The Grave Digger
Encore #2:
25. Rheingold
26. The Round Table
27. Heavy Metal Breakdown

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