2013-12-14 - Kristianstad Arena, Kristianstad, Sweden
Information Christmas Metal Symphony bootleg Kristianstad Arena, Sweden 2013
This is an audience recording from the second show in Sweden, which is also the second show from this new tour in 2013. If you want to see more information about the setlist, which songs are of which band, who sings check all the information about the show.
Audience recording. The show was taped by Mathias Svenson with a H2N Zoom device. (It was taped from the bottom-center side)
Master file: WAV (PCM S16 LE, 44100kHz/16 bit). Raw file in one track, not encoded/splitted.
Total playing time: 1 hr 50 min 27 sec
Source Master size: 1,63 Gb.
7-7,5 (easy a 7,5-8 with a little edition)
Comments about the bootleg CMS at Kristianstad Arena, Sweden 2013
Another good bootleg from this new tour of 2013. Michael Kiske sang 'March Of Time', 'Longing', 'I Want Out' and the Christmas Carol 'Silent Night' together with Floor Jansen, UDO and Chuck Billy. Michael did a good performance but it is not difficult to hear that he was starting having some problems of breathing for the flu so he can not hit some high notes for a long time that's why some screams were a a little shorter. His performance in 'I Want Out' was very good.
Not Kiske-related: In this show it was the first time they played 'Highway To Hell' performed by Joey Belladona of Anthrax. And it is the last show without Joacim Cans, so in this show Floor Jansen sang 'Phantom Of The Opera' alone. And also this is the only show where Joey Belladona sang 5 songs.
Comparing with the first show from this tour this bootleg has a little better sound. It sounds a little closer, with high volumen and a little more clear. There is some distortion in some parts, for example the high notes of Floor Jansen, I guess because her microphone was too high because it happened also in the first day, mainly during the high parts of 'Pledge Of Allegiance' and a little in some parts of 'Phantom Of The Opera', but it sounds perfect in 'Nemo' and 'Alone' version of Heart. There is also a little distortion during some parts of Joey Belladona.
Another good piece for the history.