Unfortunately is seems to be some kind of fashion to equip Concert halls with barriers. We can argue about the sense and purpose, but it has nothing in common with free seating.
First of all Sepultura honoured them by appearance: the opener played one hour. Unfortunately they couldn’t tie up to those glory days.
About 10pm it finally began: Motörhead left the bar and there was two hours of finest Rock and Roll. The guys presented a colourful mixture of their almost 30 years lasting career. Including songs from their latest release "Inferno“ like "In the Name Of Tragedy“ – which is regarding to Lemmys statement his favourite song. Classics like "Killed by Death“, „ Sacrifice“ or "Ace of Spades“ completed the night.
Technical engineering was pretty convincing: rarely the fans have been witness of such clear sound of the trio. The fantastic light show also fulfilled all desires.
Towards the end the primary rocks surprised the audience with the "Whorehouse Blues“: and even though Mickey had indeed a few problems with the handling of his acoustic guitar, the "most quiet Motörhead song ever" proved to be a feast for ears and eyes.
Beside that all supporters can look forward to shots, which were made there and will be released on DVD. The day of release wasn’t clear until copy deadline.