Being an anniversary show, we are of course treated to some early tracks like ‘Nine Steps’ from their debut album Winds of Creation, recorded in 1999, as well as recent favourites like ‘Kill The Cult’ from the most recent 2017 release Anticult, and much in between. In fact, all of their seven-album back catalogue is dutifully represented, and participation never wanes. Both Rasta and founding guitarist Waclaw ‘Vogg’ Kieltyka do find time for genuinely humble and heart-felt thanks to the fans who have supported them through thick and thin and have been coming to see Decapitated playing live in Dublin since 2002. Two decades of Decapitated. Here’s to the next twenty years!
Hopefully Decapitated will regain any momentum they may have lost since the release of undoubtedly their strongest and most accessible offering to date, and put all of the emotional turmoil into writing and releasing another belter of an album very soon
Regarding the times we live in and everything that’s going on in the world, it kind of fits. We wanted to have a really strong cover for this album
Bloodstock, we’re home! Just like opening the front door after a long day at work, pulling up at Catton Park on Thursday morning is a welcome return