Originally posted in The Black Planet.
WEB went on stage at the time they were scheduled to get off it – 2 a.m. – but the crowd wasn’t less restless to welcome these metal veterans. They’re also in anniversary mode, to the beautiful number 30, so they decided to re-release their first tapes (yes, as in cassettes), “Evil Tape” and “Promo Tape” in just one pack. The last song of the night, “Strong Winds, Strong Waves”, was taken from there, although it’s also featured in the band’s debut album “World Wild Web”. More recent songs such as “Vendetta”, “Death My Enemy” or “Leaving Scars” – the latter featuring EQUALEFT-Miguel Inglês, whom singer Nando amusingly introduced as “a rookie, not at all used to these things” – as well as the mandatory “Mortal Soul” were some of the titles that drove people into a metal bliss and carved that night in everybody’s good memories.