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Children Of Bodom - Live shows (in chronological order)

Discussion in 'Children Of Bodom' started by <Arcane>, Feb 5, 2021.

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    Amazing quality! More impressive being a 1997 amateur video. I knew this should exist somewhere, there's a snippet on the chaos ridden years documentary. 3 songs were also available on youtube, but audio quality was shit
     
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    rj rl multidimensionally dyslexic

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    Here's all 3 songs in a single video with corrected aspect ratio and interpolated 50fps (you have to download it to get good quality, preview is 480p25), all credit goes to the original poster and, to my knowledge, the guy who actually filmed it - Ykä Järvinen
     
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    Bangalore/Bengaluru, October Fest 2012






    Little bit better quality, Angels Don't Kill:


    " Tales from the depths of lake Bodom pt 14

    There had been many plans to play in India but sadly they had never worked out, but in 2012 we were approached by a festival in Bangalore. This time it would work. But there would be some troubles. First of all Henkka had pneumonia and was hospitalized two weeks before the trip. He got better but the doctor was not happy about a long flight ahead. Eventually he got the permission to fly but he should keep his heart rate low for the next 4 weeks. “How do I do a Bodom show without my heart rate going crazy?” he recalls thinking then. He just had to start mentally prepare for an “easy show”.

    After traveling for 20 hrs we landed in hot Bangalore. Our crew did the line check one concern arose: the festival was outdoors but the stage was not covered. It was not suppose to rain that day. Line check went fine, but around noon the rain came. Well, we had the last slot so maybe we would be fine.
    The rain didn’t stop. Band after another canceled their performances. When we arrived to the site our tour manager gave us two options, either we pack our stuff and go back home. Or we figure a way to do this in case the rain would not stop.
    It was pretty easy decision; we had finally got our asses to India and not to mention the few thousand soaked metal heads waiting for us.

    “The key was to figure out how to play electric instruments without danger of electric shock. The rain showed no signs of stopping. We got into a point where all the backline could be secured from the rain, progress but how to have the guys on stage without getting electric shocks from their instruments. The very last resort was to have a small garden tent for each musician. When we told this to the guys they just laughed, but then we said ́no we are serious ́. They looked at each other and said fuck it” says Viltsu our sound guy

    By the time some one had found and assembled 5 garden tents on stage we had already lost almost half of our stage time. But hey, we could finally get on. We went on and played one of the most memorable shows (at least visually ) for the crazy metalheads who had been standing in the rain for hours.

    We salute you!
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