Wednesday, 9 November 2016
RE-UPLOAD: Age Of Heaven - Wave Gotik Treffen, Theaterfabrik, Leipzig, Germany - 06.06.2014 (Flac)
Thanks to NorthernNephilim for sharing his recordings here.
- Church Audio CA-11 (Omni Caps) mounted on glasses
- Tascam DR-05 @ 24 Bit / 44 kHz
- Cubase (Master, Tracksplitting, DC Offset Remove) -> WAV 16 Bit / 44 kHz
- Trader´s Little Helper 2.6.0 (FLAC Level 8, SBE Fix, Checksum)
- including artwork for Jewel Case
01 - Broke The Chain
02 - Armageddon
03 - Machinery
-- - Interlude (20 Years Armageddon Album)
04 - In The Mirror
05 - Your Hidden Mind
06 - Red Roses
07 - The Garden Of Love
08 - Love Is Just A Lie (new song)
09 - Lethal Poison
10 - To The Clouds
11 - The Providence (Extended Version 2014)
12 - Over The Seven Seas
Heidi - Keys
July - Guitar
JU Age - Vocals
Torsten - Guitar
Christian - Guitar
Tommy - Bass
Spring 1991, Leipzig. Three friends come together with the idea of forming a band.
For the moment they just meet to make a lot of noise and call it rehearsal.
No beginning is an easy one. So it wasn't for them either. It was J.U., who had already written some lyrics by then, who started composing the first songs.
Although he worked on a synthesizer the sound of the band was guitar oriented from the beginning on.
The style was clear it should be Gothic Rock with its roots in the late 80's.
The Show on WGT 2014 was the celebration of 20 Years since the album "Armageddon" was released.
The set included "The Providence" as a new mix which is also part of the special "20 Years" edition re-release of "Armageddon" on CD Digipak and with "Love Is Just A Lie" another new unreleased song was played first time.
It was the first gig with Tommy Steuer on bass from the German/French Goth Rock Band "Arts Of Erebus".
Recording made by NorthernNephilim (DIME: TimeBandit )
Do not transcode to lossy formats or remaster!
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If you like the band, please visit their concerts and buy their records.
Thank You, Very Much