Blaqutio Cojones/Putrid Blood/Wolf’s Hunger
Dom Omladine, Belgrade
Wolf’s Hunger held a concert in the club of Dom Omladine, and this concert was a promotion of their latest new album “Bezte Zivi Vracaju se Mrtvi“.Well the one think I can say about this concert was, that it had some energy and the atmosphere was really great. The other two bands have had a great perfomancies, the rage and anger was all over the place in the club.
The first band to perform was Serbian punk rock band Blanquito Cojones. When they entered the stage the fans supported the band like there was thousands and thousands of people there, well the club was almost full, they began the show with the song”Alkohol“. This band is quite interesting, thier perfomance is always unigue, the interaction with fans is like the fans are friends with them personally. They gave the beer and other alcohol drinks to all the fans in the front of the stage, as a introduction to the song “Vinjakolada“, of course the alcohol that was given to the crowd made the atmosphere even more crazier and positive and to get even more crazier they brought on the stage some other punk musicians to play with them, the crowd went in trance completely.They sang many of thier songs like “Deca iz bloka“, “Bubasvaba” and “Rakija” which on the third one second vocalist Dusko gave more alcohol to the audience again. So the time went on, and the band had to leave the stage.
The second band to play was Serbian thrash-hardcore black metal band Putrid Blood. Well in my opinion the band that crushed with the sound was this band, the club was shaking. The crowd screamed after each song, because the band has some kickass and badass sound to their perfomance. One of the song they played and crowd reacted very positive to them was “Silovanje”, the song is a strong one, and the crowd gone mad on it, also the second song that brought out the most attention was “Pokvaren Do Srzi“, the crowd headbanged, there were some moshpits, it was a real good atmosphere. The fans of the band were enjoying every second of their concert. The third song that brouhgt out the most attention was “Vođa“,crowd singed some songs about the politics, but that was not important everyone had a blast. The band got off the stage and left the crowd and fans in disbelief in a good way.
Finnaly the stars of the night and headliners Wolf’s Hunger Serbian thrash black metal band arrived at the stage to promote their latesr album. Sadly the larger crowd left the club before the show and the loyal fans and friends stayed to the end, it’s sad because the band is really great, and desirves more, so they played in almost empty club.So they began the vocalist Caslav has some amazing screams coming from his throat.The first song to play was one from their latest album called “Bez’te Zivi Vracaju se Mrtvi” as the album itself is called. The crowd reacted very good to the song, and then there were other songs from the new album like “U Vatri Sazdan” and “Gvozdeni Puk” and they played other songs from their album also, but in my opinion could sound better, but they didn’t as on the album.They played some other older songs too like “Great Serbia” and “Krv Moja Srpska“.This band needed that anger and passion like they had on the album, they had it but, they needed more, so that their songs could sound more agressive and raw as their are. The last song they played was a song of the Serbian punk metal band Ritam Nereda called “Heroj” with vocalist of the Serbian band Mortal Combat- Milos Krickovic, and then the fans got on the stage to sing some song and then the band got off the stage, and the show ended, some people were satisfied some very not, but the thing is you can not satisfy everyone, that’s the thing about the great bands you can love them or hate them. This band is going to be big, but they need more that raw power on thier live shows, great concert with some amazing atmosphere.
Live report: SAPRON
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