Day: 16th March 2009
Price: 8 € presale / 10 € doors
Place: Sala A! - Vigo
Teño algún problema de indecisión de qué lengua usar para este post, pero vou segui-la miña política de facer os concertos en inglés ainda que este sexa un evento certamente local.
I guess the experience was positive cause I could see in that place more people than in other concerts like Behemoth, Firewind or After Forever.
Anyway, the thing started a bit later than thought cause of soccer and because of usual spanish behaviour XD
First band playing were Ephemereal. They did a kind of agressive Death Metal with technical touch. Well, sound wasnt the best so we quite guessed that technical part. Anyway, their songs were not the most brilliant thing on Earth. Seemed like they played the random buttom when uniting parts of a song and it could last 3 min. or 9 min. because structures just didnt exist.
I didnt like at all them, even not liking too much their attitude, but that's a more personal view.
I can say they had nice guitars (I know, I'm a bit rough, but...)
and the first lottery of guitars...
Seems they draw for 3 guitars, each one of them signed by one rock star. I know there was one signed by Gary Moore and another by Doro Pesch.. third.. no idea.
And that's probably the only black point of the night. The prize was a bit unclear, I mean, they just told one number and the winner came... but... much later, almost at 5:00 AM they told this is the guitar and this is the winner. I asked my friends and none heared any number. And the third one.. I dont know but if they wanted to make a lottery at 8:00 AM not too much people would wait for that. We left at 6:00 AM almost and we decided that waiting more in the place wasnt worth. Besides, 50% of the people already left when we went away. Strange draw.
Nocheni - Los Rockeros Van Al Infierno
Sound was as well much better than with Ephemereal.
And second cause in general was a total entertainment. Hope we can have more of this kind of parties and people start going out to see music in live instead of complaining at home that big bands dont come close...