PRIMAL FEAR REVIEW
Last night Primal Fear And Sinner played at Max Watts in Sydney and metal heads arrived in full force and ready to rock. Everyone was excited for this show and was ready for the full metal experience.
Sinner opened up the show with a bang and man it was a great experience. Sinner are a metal band from Germany that was started by Mat Sinner in 1982. In 1997 Ralf Scheepers and Mat Sinner formed Primal Fear and in 1998 they released their first self titled album.
Sinner played a rang of hits from their twenty four albums and did a cover of Rebel Yell wich was originally by Billy Idol. There set was full of energy and it got you excited for what was up next.
Primal fear came on stage and opened the set with "Apocalypse", "Final Embrace" and "Chain Breaker". As Ralf Scheepers started playing "Blood Sweat Fear" and the asked the audience to join in and sing back to him, everyone sang every lyrics back.
The night continued on with "Face The Emptiness, Hounds Of Justice, The Ritual and Under Your Spell". Ralf introduced the band members Mat Sinner, Francesco Jovino, Magnus Karlsson and Alex Beyrodt. The he made a comment that Alex was born with a beer in one hand and a guitar in the other. It was a night full of jokes and fun.
Primal fear played all the songs you know and love including "Nuclear Fire, Eye Of The Storm, King of Madness, The End is Near, When Death Comes Knocking and Metal Is Forever".
Primal Fear walked off stage and the lights went dim and the crowd started chearing for one more song Primal Fear walked back on stage and played two more songs "Fighting the Darkness" And "In Metal We Trust" as the fans were singing their hearts out you knew every has a fantastic time and it was one hell of a show.