Band name: Volbeat
Date: Thursday, April 18, 2019
Venue/location: Ford Center, Evansville, Indiana, USA
Recording type: Audience
Taper(s): Chickenwing
Media: Lossless; 1 CD
Source information: Digital Master
Lineage: Zoom H2N internal X-Y microphones (16 bit, 44.1 KHZ WAV) -> mastered in Goldwave -> track splitting in Goldwave -> encoded to FLAC level 6 using Trader's Little Helper
Generation: Master
Total running time: 1:01:30 (62 minutes)

Track listing:
01. Intro
02. The Devil's Bleeding Crown
03. Lola Montez
04. Sad Man's Tongue (with Ring of Fire tease)
05. A Warrior's Call
06. The Mirror and the Ripper
07. Let It Burn
08. Black Rose
09. 16 Dollars
10. Dead but Rising
11. Seal the Deal
12. Fallen
13. Still Counting
14. Outro

Notes and comments:
Lineup: Stitched Up Heart, Volbeat, Godsmack
The band:
Michael Poulsen – lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Jon Larsen – drums, percussion
Rob Caggiano – lead guitar, backing vocals
Kaspar Boye Larsen – bass guitar, backing vocals

Recorded from section 102, row F, seat 14.

I usually remark on how unremarkable intermissions are, but this one actually gave me cause to write in a little PSA. I was texting my girlfriend between bands when I noticed a guy talking to my dad. At first I thought it was security asking about my Zoom, but instead, it was a casual concert goer asking questions about me and my blindness. He mentioned how cool it was that someone "like me" was at a rock show, and kept mentioning how amazing it was that I could do things, all directed at my father. Even when I interjected myself, I was only addressed for a fleeting moment before he turned back to dad and continued to talk about me as if I wasn't there.
I say all of that to say this. If ever you have a question for a disabled person, as much as you may mean well by trying not to offend them by asking them directly, that is always worse. It is okay to address us as human beings, because that's what we are, and most of us would be more than happy to chat.
With that shit out of the way, let's talk about metal, shall we? I expected the break between bands to be shorter since Volbeat was another support act, but it was a full half hour before Volbeat took the stage. This was kind of annoying since I was hoping for two hours of Godsmack, but I guess they're getting old. Volbeat, to put it simply, were incredible. I'd not heard much of their music prior to this day, and their performance blew me away. The vocals and melodies were flawless, the instrumentation was on point, and while the crowd wasn't hype as shit!

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My masters:
If you're interested in a trade, a taper around Kentucky, Ohio, Indianna, Tenessee, or Missouri, or would like to contact me for any reason, I can be reached via the ID Chickenwing8 on or Alternatively, feel free to email me.
I would like to include a heartfelt thank you to the people over at Setlist.FM for constantly doing their best to update and accurately post setlists from every show possible. Everyone makes mistakes (and they're known for it) but they have helped me immensely in writing up track listings for my show, and lots of the information found accompanying my shows is thanks to them. Whether I have used Setlist.FM to collect information for this particular show or not, they deserve so many thanks for all the help they have given me in the past.
Finally, the confusion in regards to the legality of recording concerts is due to those dishonorable individuals who sell them. I do not condone selling freely-shared live music, and blame those who sell concerts for the lack of people recording and sharing content. Let it also be noted that any who sell this recording deserve nothing more than to have their own collection confiscated and shared freely with the masses. Please only degrade audio quality for personal use. Also, I ask that you keep this info file intact.
Mastered by Chickenwing on April 19, 2019.