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Devar Checks In With New Road Report

Norway's Devar has checked in from the road with the following tour report:

"The first two dates have gone reasonably well. First one was at the tour bus company lot, where we played in the bus washing hall. Everybody was initially a bit suspicious about the venue, but it turned out to be an OK show. Next up was Klagenfurt in Austria. A really cool looking club and everything went smooth. We're also getting to know all the guys in the other bands. They're all cool. We kinda like the vibe the American thrash bands send out on this tour. We also confirmed for ourselves that taking Imbalance with us to the homecoming gigs in Bergen is a really great idea.

"Third day became somewhat special. This is in Szerencs, Hungary. The venue seemed more fitting to host a wedding reception than a metal gig. First thing that happened was the promotors greeting everyone with a beer. Not the kind "do you want a beer?" but "Beer!" so rigging took twice as long since everyone only could use one hand (do not disturb the drinking hand). The meal of the day was a traditional Hungarian meal, which consisted of a very thin soup, and (probably) beef in gravy served with macaroni(!!). Odland demanded Obdsaija to bring out the Berzerker hot sauce, which made the meal edible.

"Everyone in the audience got completely shitface drunk and started to party in the pub instead of the venue, so there were almost none there when we played. Big thanks to Imbalance and Viking from Sacrificial Slaugter for keeping the floor busy, though. All the bands made sure that Master had a descent crowd when they played. Afterwards we drank some beer and Odland even tried the local moonshine, which he oddly managed to hold.

"The Romanian gig got canceled, so instead we headed for Bzenec in Czeck Republic (we probably spelled that wrong...) for a couple of days of before we head to Slovakia and Bratislava. Czeck food is really nice and the beer is awesome and cheap!"

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