W.A.S.P. To Tour South America In April?

According to Ticketek, W.A.S.P. will perform at Teatro Colegiales in Buenos Aires, Argentina on April 22, 2010. More South American dates are expected to be announced soon.

Fan-filmed video footage of W.A.S.P. December 5, 2009 concert in Stockholm, Sweden can be viewed below.

The band's setlist was as follows:

01. Mephisto Waltz
02. On Your Knees
03. The Real Me
04. L.O.V.E. Machine
05. Crazy
06. Babylon's Burning
07. Wild Child
08. Hellion / I Don't Need No Doctor / Scream Until You Like It
09. Arena Of Pleasure
10. Chainsaw Charlie (Murders In The New Morgue)
11. The Idol
12. The Headless Children
13. Take Me Up
14. I Wanna Be Somebody

Encore:

15. Heaven's Hung In Black
16. Blind In Texas

W.A.S.P.'s new album, "Babylon", entered the U.K. "Rock Albums" chart at position No. 15. The CD was released in Europe on October 12 through Global Music (via Demolition Records) and was issued in the U.S. on November 17.

(Thanks: Mario Costas a.k.a. Warlord666)

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