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Satyricon Reports On WOA, Set List Revealed

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Norwegian black metallers Satyricon have posted this report from Wacken Open Air 2004 on their official website:

Today there is a lot of tired and happy people out there. It's the same for us. We put a lot into preparing this show and the weekend itself was one facing many challenges of practical nature. But, the show went well and we were very proud to see how far this genre has come. How far? 43,000 people, they told us! INSANE. All there throughout the entire show, loud and proud. Perfectionists as we are, there were things that in the bigger picture is not important that we let get to us. Then we decided to go for a walk to talk to fans and press to see how they felt. It was such a good move because it helped put everything into perspective. People said they felt had witnessed a historical moment and that this would go down in history as a legendary concert. Thank you for reminding us about what is important! And thanks to Nocturno Culto for the strength put into the show and Zephyrous for helping create the right vibe in the hours before the show. Last salute goes out to the several hundred who lined up for the signing session with Frost, Nocturno Culto and Satyr.

Satyricon's set list for W:O:A 2004:

01. Walk The Path Of Sorrow
02. The Night Of The Triumphator
03. Angstridden
04. Filthgrinder
05. Fuel For Hatred
06. Forhekset
07. Repined Bastard Nation
08. Hvite Krists Død

Darkthrone set w/ Nocturno Culto on vocals:

09. Kaatharian Life Code
10. The Hordes Of Nebulah
11. Transilvanian Hunger
12. Under A Funeral Moon

Encore:
13. Mother North (w/ Nocturno Culto on guitar)

Source: Metal Eater

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