South American Dates Of Hell Tour 2009

Tour Notes
Venom did a tour in South America in December 2009. Brazil’s show was the first in 23 years as the band played a historical handful of gigs in the country in ’86. This tour was the first meeting between the new drummer Dante and the Legions. Dante was amazing and fits great into Venom, he played the early songs with power and brought feel to the new songs. The gigs were a great succes with crazy crowds everywhere. The Mexican and Argentinian gig were the only ones that weren't 100% packed out. The kids stormed the doors at the Bogota gig and the police were called out Tear Gas, there were more in than officially supposed to be. But - the police backed off and the kids won.
 

Tour Dates

Year Date City Venue Country Support Act Notes
2009 5 December Mexico DF Circo Volador Mexico   First gig with Dante 
2009 6 December Bogota Teatro Metropol Columbia    
2009 9 December Santiago Teatro Caupolican Chile    
2009 10 December Buenos Aires Teatro Flores Argentina    
2009 12 December Sao Paulo Victoria Hall Brazil    

Setlist
The setlist for this tour saw a welcome return for the classic Buried Alive, not played live since year 2000. The very appreciated medley that was first played on the Scandinavian Tour 2007 did now also include Calm Before The Storm.  The same setlist was played on all five concerts except in Santiago, there the Chile Legions did get a mini encore with Don´t Burn The Witch and In Nomine Satanas after Metal Black before blasting into In leauge With Satan.

Black Metal
Welcome To Hell
Bloodlust
Antechrist
Straight To Hell
Countess Bathory
7 Gates Of Hell
Hell
Possessed/Schizo/Live Like An Angel/Calm Before The Storm/Possessed
At War With Satan
Buried Alive
The Evil One
Resurrection
Burn In Hell
Warhead
Metal Black
-------------------------------------------
In League With Satan
Witching Hour
 

Posters
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Tickets
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