Posted in metal | music | pictures on January 3, 2012

photos by Carmelo Espanola, words by BBG

Inquisition

Fresh off their appearance at the Rites of Darkness festival in Texas, black metal duo Inquisition flew directly to Chicago for an appearance at Reggie's on 12/13 with Doomsday and Nethervoid. The show was the culmination of a string of dates that included a stop at Studio at Webster Hall earlier that month.

Doomsday kicked off the show, their first for the "supergroup" featuring current and former members of Nachtmystium, Wolvhammer, The Gates of Slumber, Apostle of Solitude, and more; Jeff Wilson, Jon Necromancer, Zach Simmons, Bob Fouts, and Zion Mheager are all members. No word on recorded material, but look out for a new track on BrooklynVegan from Jeff Wilson/Bob Fouts other project with Stavros Giannopoulos (The Atlas Moth), Chrome Waves.

Direct support came from Iowa's Nethervoid, who added sheep heads, candles, and a burnt bible to their traditional black metal chops.

More pictures from the show, and Inquisition's setlist, below....


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Inquisition - 12/13 Reggie's Setlist:
Astral Path to Supreme Majesties
Nefarious Dismal Orations
Empire of Luciferian Race
Command of the Dark Crown
We Summon The Winds Of Fire (For The Burning Of All Holiness)
Where Darkness Is Lord and Death the Beginning
Embraced by the Unholy Powers of Death and Destruction
(guitar head cut out halfway through)
Imperial Hymn for Our Master Satan
Crush the Jewish Prophet
Desolate Funeral Chant
Ancient Monumental War Hymn


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