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Satan Perform Live For First Time In 20 Years

A bunch of photos from legendary NWOBHM (New Wave of British Heavy Metal) band SATAN's one-off reunion show Friday (August 6) at Germany's Wacken Open Air festival have been posted online at this location (courtesy of Germany's Bright-Eyes.de).

SATAN's classic "Court In The Act" lineup (including BLITZKRIEG singer Brian Ross and SKYCLAD's Graeme English and Steve Ramsey) performed together at Wacken for the first time since 1984. A live recording from the group's early days, entitled "Live in the Act", is tentatively scheduled to be released later in the year.

In related news, BLIND FURY's only album, "Out of Reach" (1985), was re-released by Majestic Rock in early June. BLIND FURY was essentially SATAN with a different singer (Lou Taylor - vocals, Steve Ramsey - guitar, Russ Tippins - guitar, Graeme English - bass, Sean Taylor - drums).

Source: Blabbermouth

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1. walker writes:

jimi hendrix rules from the grave

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2. Arno writes:

Just want to say that your link to the Satan pictures seems to be broken :( And it is so very sad because I was in Wacken this year and had a chance to see Satan performing and I felt sooo lucky! That was indeed a great show; I was especially amazed by Michael Jackson: What a voice in spite of his slight excess of weight... definitely one of the best Heavy Metal singer I have ever witnessed in my life!!
As a matter of fact, I write chronicles of concerts, festivals for a website and I would then be delighted to have those pictures from Wacken because I didn't take any :(

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