Engel was playing at the time I came in. Didn't really mind them playing, allthough it wasn't all too good. They stopped playing around 10 minutes after I arrived, so they caused no harm.
The Stage got empty and soon Amon Amarth came up. The volume was cranked up and Viking metal was crushing through the air. I didn't know Amon Amarth very well, so I have some catching up to do now. They were just too awesome, especially their songs Death in Fire and Cry or the Black birds got everybody's energy. Headbanging, pitting, a whole metal stage fully active. Really rocked!
All too soon Amon Amarth was over and it was time for Dimmu Borgir. They didn't get on the stage too soon, cause it had to be fully rebuilt and they seemed to be struck by technical problems. Their background yet looking down upon us. After the wait they made their entrance. The metal blew out of the speakers, at the limit of harming ears. They played both old and new tracks, which was pretty nice to hear. Before the gig I was expecting the very symphonic Dimmu Borgir, but they surprised me by sounding way more metal live. Great show, great music.
Yelling "Bier en tieten" might keep you happy folk busy for some time.
Might see you at another great metal gig.