FORBIDDEN: San Francisco Setlist Revealed; Video Footage Available

Reactivated Bay Area thrashers FORBIDDENRuss Anderson (vocals), Craig Locicero (guitar), Matt Camacho (bass) and Glen Alvelais (guitar), along with special guest drummer Gene Hoglan (STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, TESTAMENT, DEATH, DARK ANGEL) — played two shows with DEATH ANGEL on February 28-29 at Slim's in San Francisco, California. Low-quality fan-filmed video footage (distorted audio, dark video) of the February 29 concert can be viewed below (courtesy of "joarel").

FORBIDDEN's setlist was as follows:

01. March into Fire
02. Out of Body (Out of Mind)
03. Feel No Pain
04. Twisted into Form
05. Off the Edge
06. Through Eyes of Glass
07. One Foot in Hell
08. Hypnotized by the Rhythm
09. Phat
10. Step by Step
11. Infinite
12. Chalice of Blood

"Feel No Pain":

"Chalice of Blood":

"Step by Step":


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