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Lords of Black at the Cathouse, Glasgow

8th December 2016.

Pint sized Ronnie Romero played his first ever show in Glasgow to a smaller than expected crowd.

Glasgow music fans were spoiled for choice on this particular night as The Red Hot Chilli Peppers were playing The Hydro , The Temperance Movement at the Oran Moor and a couple of small gigs close by.

Local lads Mason Hill opened up the night’s entertainment, followed by Worcestershire lads -Fury. Both support bands had their share of fans there.

The crowd took a bit of time warming up to The Lords of Black., who started the set with ‘Merciless’ from their second album – Lords of Black 2. The band have been around since 2014 and this is their biggest headlining tour to date.

Some of the songs were quite long and seemed to drift into the next one.

The band who are based in Spain, sound has been described as Prog Power Metal /Metal Opera.

The band Guitar player Tony Hernando , Drummer Andy C. and Bass player Victor Duran seemed to relax and enjoy playing after a few numbers.

Duran, playing his Fender Jazz and Hernando playing his Ibanez guitars soon won the audiences approval. Both are very good classical musicians.

Towards the end of the 14 song set things seemed to liven up and there was more audience participation than earlier.

The encore Neon Knights and Kill the King has the audience jumping and singing along. Great cover versions of both songs. I’m sure those two songs were the reason for some folks going along to the show.

It’s easy to see why Ronnie Romero was snapped up by Blackmore last year to front Rainbow. What a voice!

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Set list:


Nothing Left to Fear

Everything You’re Not

New World’s Coming’

The Art of Illusion I: Smoke and Mirrors

The Art of Illusion II: The Man From Beyond

Ghost of You

Guitar Solo

Tears I Will Be

Forgive or Forget

Intro / Lords of Black

Cry No More

Shadows of War

When Everything is Gone


Neon Knights

Kill the King

Lynn Lamond
Lords of Black at the Cathouse, Glasgow


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