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70.000 Tons of Metal: Day 3: Labadee/Haiti – Paradise Lost - Sodom

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Alright after 2 days of metal madness on board of the 70.000 Tons Of Metal cruise ship I guess everyone needed this: A relaxing day out on the beach. Early birds like me could even witness our arrival at Labadee, Haiti from the Windjammers buffet windows' awesome view, while having another delicious breakfast.

Labadee itself offered almost everything you would need for a fun-day out on the beach: Snorkelling tours, the Dragon’s Breath Flight Line (the world’s longest zip line over water), the 300 foot long Dragon’s Splash Waterslide, a kayaking tour, and many things more. Also a highlight - at least for most male metalheads: The 70K Tons Of Metal pool girls calendar photoshoot.

Refreshed and sun-burnt everyone slowly comes back to life back on board again and prepares for the night ahead:

Paradise Lost's second set on the boat, relied more on Draconian Times/Icon era material, opening with “Embers Fire”. Belting out “Hallowed Land”, “One Second”, “Faith Divides Us”, “Shadowkings”, ”Gothic”, “Pity The Sadness” the band really took no prisoners. Ultimately ending their set with “The Last Time” and leaving a more than happy fan-crowd.

Next up for me were teutonic thrash metal veterans Sodom, who reunited with guitarist Frank Blackfire fired off an almost entirely old school set:

Opening with “Agent Orange”, “Outbreak Of Evil” comes quickly, on the heels. Continuing their glorious performance with “Saw Is The Law”, “Conflagration”, “Nuclear Winter”, “Witching Hour”, “Obsessed By Cruelty” and “Blasphemer” the band send the fans back to the bars with “Ausgebombt”:

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Lugal Ki En is a die hard metal fan since the early eighties. His musical taste ranges from NWOBHM, thrash metal, death and black Metal to deathcore.

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