MÖTLEY CRÜE, VELVET REVOLVER, SCORPIONS At Italy's GODS OF METAL; Photos Available
MÖTLEY CRÜE, THIN LIZZY, SCORPIONS, VELVET REVOLVER, TIGERTAILZ and WHITE LION are among the bands that performed yesterday (Saturday, June 2) on the first day of this year's Gods of Metal festival, which is taking take place in two separate installments at Idroscalo in Milan, Italy. The first part of the festival is being held on June 2-3 while the second installment will take place June 30.
MÖTLEY CRÜE's setlist was as follows:
01. Dr. Feelgood
02. Shout at the Devil
03. Looks that Kill
04. Wild Side
05. Knock 'Em Dead Kid
06. Live Wire
07. Home Sweet Home
08. Same Ol' Situation
09. Louder than Hell
10. Girls Girls Girls
11. Sick Love Song
12. Don't Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)
13. Primal Scream
14. Kickstart My Heart
15. Anarchy in the U.K.
Check out a few photos of all the above-mentioned bands' performances at the Italian news blog Musica Metal.
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