The night of gothic darkness

The night of gothic darkness Phantasmagoria/Eleine/The Foreshadowing/Moonspell Dom Omladine, Belgrade 5.10.2016 In Belgrade at Dom Omladine , Legendary Portuguese gothic metal band Moonspell held the concert. I would like to say for the start, that Moonspell, brough the darkness to the audience on the hole new level. The first support act was Phantasmagoria Croatian gothic rock/metal band. The crowd was in few numbers in the big hall “Americana”. They were guite good, the crowd supported them for each song, sound was good, the songs were interesting. The singer stated about the…

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The celebration and dominance of heavy metal

The celebration and dominance of heavy metal DreamRites/Warrel Dane Dom Omladine Belgrade 14.09.2016   Warrel Dane held a amazing concert in Belgrade with his band in club of Dom Omladine. The show was about to began, the fans were coming to see one and only Warrel Dane from Legendary metal bands Nevermore and Sanctuary. The concert had to begin at 20:30, but it started at 21:30, because of the opening act Dream Rites, the van broke down. But DreamRites made it after all, and played at Dom Omladine. The first…

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Feel the power in underground of metal

Feel the power in underground of metal Chaosium,Alitor, Abstract, Mysterious Eclipse  Dom Omladine in Kragujevac. 11.09.2016   Four great bands held a awesome concert in Kragujevac at Dom Omladine. While approuching the Dom Omladine, crowd was there in a few numbers, waiting for the bands to start playing. Crowd was excited and they wanted to heard these bands rocking the house. First band to play was Chaosium Serbian death metal, they started playing loud and very brutal, the band was in a good mood, they were jumping screaming, the crowd…

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Death apocalypse at its full power

 Death apocalypse at its full power Legendary American deathgrind metal band held for the first a concert in Belgrade,Serbia at Dom Omladine. While approaching the small hall of Dom Omladine, it can be seen that the fans of this band, were waiting for their favorite band to start playing. The fans waited , with a delay of half an hour for bands begin to play. Finally the fans entered the hall. The support act was a Serbian deathgrind metal band Beg Us To Stop, the show begun. The hall was…

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Female metal power

Female metal power Nemesis, Jenner, Wolf ‘ Hunger, Nervosa, War-Head (see gallery) Nemesis, Jenner, Wolf‘Hunger, Nervosa, War-Head- On the boat in Belgrade, Legendary female- Brazillian thrash metal band Nervosa held the concert. When approuching the boad, it can be seen that the fans where waiting to enter the boad. The small crowd in front of the boad, where true fans of the band, and the other bands, and they where here to gave a support to all of the bands on the boad, the bands were late about 30 minutes, so after…

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Metal chaos and destruction

Metal chaos and destruction METAL FEST-Madvro, Wolf’s Hunger, Pokerface,CounterIgnitioN, Upijtaj Prah (see gallery) 25.5.2016. Belgrade Vrtoglavica At Belgrade, there was held a festival called METAL FEST, held in Belgrade in club Vrtoglavica. There were five bands on this festival, and two of them were Wol’f Hunger and Pokerface. Approuching the club Vrtoglavica, there were people outside the club, waiting to get in the club, for the show to begane. The bands delayed performances about for a half an hour. The people entered the club, and the first Serbain psychedelic stoner…

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The power of symphonic and folk sounds

The power of symphonic and folk sounds The power of symphonic and folk sounds by Heidra, Fleshgod Apocylpse, Ensiferum  Dom omladine, Beograd 14.04.2016 Photo by Ajatara. More on Demon reports FB page. The Legendary Finnish viking-pagan folk metal band held the concert with for the first time In Serbia Belgrade, with another metal legends FleshGod Apocypse which is there second time in Belgrade to held the concert.They held the concert in the theather hall of Dom Omladine. Approuching the Dom Omladine it can be seen, that there were fans outside…

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