Dutch death metallers SINISTER shot their first-ever live DVD with seven cameras on August 24 at the Stodola Club in Warsaw, Poland. The group's setlist was as follows:
01. Intro 1
02. Bleeding towards the Wendigo
03. Epoch of Denial
04. The Grey Massacre
05. Sadistic Intent
06. Into the Forgotten
07. Men Down
08. Barbaric Order
09. Intro 2
10. Enslave the Weak
11. Altruistic Suicide
13. Intro 3
14. Cross the Styx
15. To Mega Therion
Entitled "Prophecies Denied" (view cover here), the set will be released in November as a standard DVD and a DVD+CD limited-edition package via Metal Mind Production.
SINISTER's latest CD, "Afterburner", was released earlier this year through Nuclear Blast Records.
SINISTER's current lineup consists of Aad Kloosterwaard, drummer and founder of the band, on vocals, Alex Paul on guitar, Paul Beltman (ex-JUDGEMENT DAY) on drums, and Bas van den Bogaard on bass.
The band, who re-signed with Nuclear Blast back in 2002 after a one-album stint with the now-defunct Hammerheart Records, have already announced the working title of their next album: "No Mercyful God".
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