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Rammstein Live at Globen, Stockholm (February 20th, 2010) – Image gallery and HD videos!

27/02/2010


What can you really say about Rammstein? I remember seeing them back in 2004 and being completely blown away by the show, the fireworks, pyrotechnics and just their presence. Almost six years has passed since then, and even though I’m a little older and (hopefully) a little smarter today I still can’t help but to be excited and boyish for everything Rammstein is and does live just when I was six years ago. Just great!

As for Combichrist? I don’t really know… I managed to catch the last song, which was just a cascade of curse words. Meh.

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At first I cut together the best footage (i.e. the ones with least amount of shaking) which landed at a nice ten minutes. Then I thought, hey – not everyone likes Rammstein, but everyone likes some nice pyrotechnics, right? So I cut together a five minute or so “Pyromania edition” which contains all of the pyrotechnic clips from the concert.

Note: Please do excuse the audio. I know it is very bad, and I did what I could with the source material. I really need a better setup than the built-in camera microphone. 😦
Another note, YouTube video compression really took a toll on the videos. If you can, watch in 720p HD!

Regular edition:

Pyromania edition – now with 100% more fire!:

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T0 make benefit of high-resolution footage without watermarks, click here to download. To get all of the images in lower web resolution (with watermarks) click here.

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In other news…
Yes, I know “Globen” is actually “Ericsson Globe” by now, but I’m not calling it that until they force me!

Massive Attack Live at Annexet, Stockholm (October 18th, 2009) – Photos and video

22/10/2009

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It’s been a while since I’ve went to a concert, so going to see Massive Attack felt great. The fact that their light show is über-awesome didn’t really hurt either. Having never seen them live, I was a bit worried that a lot of the performance would be on playback, because of the vast array of singers and musical elements they use in their songs, but I was pleasantly surprised to see them aided by a group of very talented singers. (Horace Andy, Martina Topley-Bird and Deborah Miller) They even played a brand-new song, exciting! You can see excerpts from the concert (Including the new song) in super-shiny high-definition resolution below.

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If you are looking for high-resolution, non-watermarked versions of the images in the gallery below, there’s a zip archive right here for you. If you’re looking for the lower-resolution versions (same as the gallery), click here.

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