Tallinn was taken by force last Saturday, when Polish black metal phenomena Mgła blitzed to the stage during their “final“ European tour before a rumored break. An international alliance between New Zealand and Lithuania formed the support for the evening.
The evening was commenced by the closer neighbor band carrying the name Sisyphean, with a fresh released album Colours of Faith backing up their setlist. The strong start for the evening was followed by a brutal dose of death metal in the hands of Ulcerate.
They might have been far away from their home country, yet they delivered a powerful show to heat up the Helitehas’ stage for the evening’s main protagonists. Speaking of which, Mgła surprised the crowd by invading the stage a bit early, and followed it up with an emotional and vigorous show for a plentiful crowd. Estonia has been blessed with a great selection of various forms of extreme metal gigs this year, and Mgła certainly kept the black flag flying for their part to contribute to the cause. You can find the full picture galleries on our FB-Site!