Testament played the Garage in Saarbrücken for their last headlining show of the current summer festival tour. With a lot of fun on stage, the gentlemen around Chuck Billy tore down the hall in one and a half hours, with some specials on the setlist.
After cancelled flights, trips across the country to the next airport and a specially closed highway, Gloryhammer came on stage for the remaining four songs. Unfortunately, there was no more time left. However, the guys played the short set with tons of energy and thus started the Wacken Wednesday.
Sold out Backstage Werk. Cosy summer evening at 30 degrees. Steel Panther had the hall under control from the first second and ripped off an energetic, sweaty show, brimming with pure rock 'n' roll.
Art of Delusion rocked the well-filled Backstage Club in Munich as headliners.