Austria's Stormbringer.at webzine has released a video documentary on the recently completed "Thrashfest Classics" European tour featuring SEPULTURA, EXODUS, DESTRUCTION, HEATHEN and MORTAL SIN. The 18-minute clip, which can be seen below, includes performance footage from the December 18 concert in Vienna as well as interviews with Andreas Kisser (SEPULTURA), Gary Holt (EXODUS), Marcel "Schmier" Schirmer (DESTRUCTION), David White (HEATHEN) and Mat Maurer (MORTAL SIN).
SEPULTURA's setlist for "Thrashfest Classics" consisted of material exclusively from the "Beneath The Remains", "Arise" and "Chaos A.D." albums. The trek's other co-headliner, EXODUS, performed songs from the "Bonded By Blood", "Pleasures Of The Flesh" and "Fabulous Disaster"; DESTRUCTION played tracks from "Sentence Of Death" and "Infernal Overkill"; and HEATHEN performed selections from "Breaking The Silence" and "Victims Of Deception". MORTAL SIN's setlist consisted of material from the "Mayhemic Destruction" and "Face Of Despair" albums.
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