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70.000 Tons of Metal: Day 4: Internal Suffering – Ne Obliviscaris – Obituary – Vomitory

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Band Photo: Obituary (?)

Hailing from Pereira, Colombia death metal band Internal Suffering (who have since relocated to madrid, Spain) open the last day of metal mayhem for me on the last day of the cruise. The group deliver a solid live performance on the Studio B - Ice Rink stage. See for some pics below:

After lunch I had the pleasure to witness six-piece progressive melodic death dealers from Melbourne, Australia Ne Obliviscaris (also Studio B - Ice Rink) convince the crowd. The unconventional metal band had their fans soon spell-bound by the flawless live-performance of their two charismatic frontmen vocalist Xenoyr, violinist / clean vocalist Tim Charles and all other band members:

The afternoon and evening was spent with old school death metal again: Obituary's pool deck performance and Swedish death metal from Vomitory were on the menu.

A perfect conclusion to a perfect metal-cruise, every metalhead should at least experience once in a lifetime. Thanks to the entire 70K Tons Of Metal Crew for making this awesome and successful trip happen and hopefully see YOU reading this on board in 2020.

For next year the 70K organization has opted for an earlier January departure: sailing Tuesday through Saturday (January 7th-11th) to Cozumel, Mexico. Reason: With the Super Bowl in Miami, cripplingly expensive hotel rooms prices can be expected, if bands and guests even get one stay.

More 70K 2019 coverage:

70.000 Tons of Metal: Day 3
70.000 Tons of Metal: Day 2
70.000 Tons of Metal: Day 1

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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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