Powerwolf + Gloryhammer – 013, Tilburg (concert review)

Powerwolf + Gloryhammer – 013, Tilburg (concert review)

November 10, 2019 | 013, Tilburg – The wolf is back in the Netherlands! We don’t just have some wolf, we have Powerwolf together with Gloryhammer! A nice pack of symphonic power metal who are rising in fame the last few years.

Powerwolf (GER)

Powerwolf finds its origin in Romania, France and Germany. After 7 albums the message may be clear: epic power metal with biggest choruses and delicious riffs. Ant that’s what they do tonight in Tilburg. Juicy and melodic metal is brought tonight by an enthusiastic band towards a crazy and awesome audience. A nice mix of old and new songs is served tonight.

  1. Fire and Forgive
  2. Army of the Night
  3. Incense & Iron
  4. Amen & Attack
  5. Killers With the Cross
  6. Demons Are a Girl’s Best Friend
  7. Armata Strigoi
  8. Stossgebet
  9. Resurrection by Erection
  10. Blessed & Possessed
  11. Where the Wild Wolves Have Gone
  12. Kiss of the Cobra King
  13. We Drink Your Blood
  14. Lupus Dei

    Encore:
  15. Sanctified With Dynamite
  16. Coleus Sanctus
  17. Werewolves of Armenia

Gloryhammer (UK/CH)

Gloryhammer is a the special guest tonight. This band with Alestorm frontman Christopher Bowes on keys, started as a parody of power metal themes, but is nowadays so popular that they even have their own storyline wiki. The third album “Legends From Beyond The Galactic Terrorvortex” is released in May 2019 and tonight there’s room for 5 songs from that new one. The slightly over the top music and act is taken by the audience with both hands.

  1. The Siege of Dunkeld (In Hoots We Trust)
  2. Gloryhammer
  3. Angus McFife
  4. The Land of Unicorns
  5. Questlords of Inverness, Ride to the Galactic Fortress!
  6. The Hollywood Hootsman
  7. Goblin King of the Darkstorm Galaxy
  8. Hootsforce
  9. Masters of the Galaxy
  10. Universe on Fire
  11. The Unicorn Invasion of Dundee

About the author

John is photographer at his own company in the southern part of The Netherlands. On occasion, he shares his pictures of Dutch heavy bands with us, here at PitKings.

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