On March 24th STEEL PANTHER and ARCHIVE played in Berlin. Originally ARCHIVE were booked for Huxley’s Neue Welt (up to 1600 pax) but the show was rescheduled for the much bigger C-Halle (up to 3500 pax) were STEEL PANTHER were supposed to play. C-Halle was already pretty packed when the screening of “Axiom” started at 8pm. As far as we are concerned it’s been a very good decision of ARCHIVE to screen their impressing movie about a dystopian future instead of bringing a support band.
At 9pm ARCHIVE started their live set with “Feel It”, the opener of their latest album “Restriction”. The set list contained mainly songs of “Restriction” but included also a lot of songs of previous albums. The atmospheric light show contributed to the mood that ARCHIVE not only create in the studio but even manage to re-create on stage.
You can find more pictures of ARCHIVEs show in Berlin in the gallery “Archive 24th March 2015“.
Read a full review (in German) on the breathtaking shows in Berlin and Cologne on metal.de.