2013-12-20 - Eventhall-Airport, Obertraubling, Germany

2013-12-27 12:41
Germany
December 20th, 2013
Bootleg title: 
A Metal Christmas
Line up
Vocals: 
Michael Kiske
Vocals: 
Chuck Billy
Vocals: 
Floor Hansen
Vocals: 
Udo Dirkscheider
Vocals: 
Joacim Cans
Vocals: 
Joey Belladonna
Guitars: 
Marcel Coenen
Guitars: 
Abel Cañizales
Drums: 
Koen Herfst
Keyboards: 
Jeffrey Revet
Keyboards: 
Joost Van Den Broek
Track list

Information Christmas Metal Symphony bootleg Obertraubling, Germany 2013

Here is another audience recording from one of the last shows of Christmas Metal Symphony tour 2013. If you want to see more information about the setlist, which songs are of which band and who sings check the information about the show.

Audience recording. The show was taped by Saruman with a H2N Zoom device. (Taped from the bottom-right place in the venue.)

Equipment: H2N Zoom device -> WAV (PCM S16 LE, 44100kHz/16 bit).

This is the master edition, the raw file in one track, not encoded/splitted.

Total playing time: 1 hr 56 min 49 sec

Source Master size: 1,72 Gb.


Quality 1-10

7-7,5 (7,5-8 with a little edition)


Comments about the CMS bootleg at Eventhall-Airport, Obertraubling

Michael sings on 'March Of Time', 'Longing' and 'I Want Out' but he doesn't sing in 'Silent Night' which was performed by the other vocalists. He was afected by a flu, mainly to keep the key for a long time. He suffered to sing some parts of 'March Of Time' but he was helped by the guitarist Marcel Coenen making some nice backing vocals. But it was quite good performance. When they finished 'March Of Time' a guy from the audience scream "Future World' it was funny. He sounds good on 'I Want Out'.

About the other vocalist, nothing special happened in this show, is the standard setlist with Joacim Cans. They played the same set than in Bochum.

The master sounds a little low and it has a little distortion sometimes in double bass songs, 'March Of Time', and higher parts of some vocalists also when the audience screams low. The taper commented: "It has a little more distortion, because the concert hall was smaller and so I was nearer to the speakers."