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Bootlegs: Behemoth, Septic Flesh

Good lord was it hot last night! People were passing out left and right! I haven’t seen Slim’s that packed – ever.

Behemoth pretty much tore the roof off of the place. I think they could’ve played every song they knew and everyone would’ve been okay with that. They had a good mix of old and new, although I didn’t really notice any material from The Apostasy. Septic Flesh were alright, they had some good stuff but I could’ve done without some of the “cheese” factor. I didn’t catch too much of Lightning Swords of Death, but their bassist had a Cliff Burton-esque bass solo to close the show out.

I was able to catch a few videos of Behemoth and Septic Flesh in between the mayhem. Enjoy.

Written by DS

Dan Spiteri is the owner and main shenanigan distributor of Bay Area Metal Scene. When he's not blasting his hearing into oblivion, you can find him doing "outdoorsy" stuff like skiing, bike riding and drinking cheap beer.

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16 Responses to "Bootlegs: Behemoth, Septic Flesh"

  1. Ryan Ryan says:

    Couldn’t go, serious bummer. I hope/think Nile will be better though.

  2. DS DS says:

    I already have tickets to the Nile show. Those guys are going to blow the roof off!

  3. Adam Adam says:

    Behemoth really owned that night

    Behold bastard son, I am the Evil One!