GAMMA RAY Perform At Spain's TORRES ROCK Festival
German power metallers GAMMA RAY played their first show of the year at Torres Rock Festival in Spain on Saturday (May 24). According to the group's official web site, "the band were in great shape and performed a set that was pretty similar to the 'Skeletons' tour set, just four or five songs were different."
GAMMA RAY's complete set list at Torres Rock was as follows:
02. Gardens Of The Sinner
03. Rich And Famous
04. New World Order
05. Rebellion In Dreamland
06. Land Of The Free
08. Heavy Metal Universe
09. One With The World
10. Drum Solo
11. Razorblade Sigh
12. Heart Of The Unicorn
13. Last Before The Storm
14. Victim Of Fate
15. Rising Star/Shine On
16. The Silence
17. Somewhere Out In Space
Check out photographs taken at the show at this location.
GAMMA RAY's double live album, "Skeletons In the Closet", is due to be released on Aug. 25 through Sanctuary/Noise Records.
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