DIO Live In Barcelona: Photos Available

Spanish webzine Piece of Metal has uploaded a bunch of photos from DIO's live appearance in Barcelona, Spain this past Sunday (July 25). Check them out at this location. The complete set list for the show was as follows:

01. Intro - Killing The Dragon
02. Sign Of The Southern Cross
03. Stargazer (Medley)
04. Stand Up And Shout
05. Drum Solo / 1812
06. Don't Talk To Strangers
07. The Eyes (new)
08. Mob Rules
09. Man On The Silver Mountain
10. Guitar Solo
11. Long Live Rock N Roll
12. Rock N Roll Children
13. Gates Of Babylon
14. Holy Diver / Heaven & Hell (Medley)
Encores:
15. The Last In Line
16. Rainbow In The Dark
17. We Rock
18. Neon Knights

DIO's new CD, "Master of the Moon", is scheduled for release on August 30 in Europe through SPV Records and August 31 in the U.S. through Sanctuary. The follow-up to 2002's "Killing the Dragon" was recorded at a Los Angeles studio and features lyrics that are "cynical" and "political", with the music being a mixture of up-tempo and doomy tracks, according to frontman Ronnie James Dio.

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