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26 February 2011
Mulen ruzas Club
Vilnius, Lithuania

1. Intro
2. Kafir!
3. Sacrifice Unto Sebek
4. Hittite Dung Incantation
5. Serpent Headed Mask
6. Ithyphallic
7. Those Whom The Gods Detest
8. The 4th Arra Of Dagon
9. Sarcophagus
10. Lashed To The Slave Stick
11. Black Seeds Of Vengeance

12. Interview with Karl Sanders

Comments from taper

This is a complete recording of the last show of "Those Whom The Gods Detest Tour 2011 Part II (North edition)". At this part of the tour NILE was supported by MELECHESH, BIBLEBLACK, PRESSURE POINT and GOAT THE HEAD and played 9 shows in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. At least two more NILE shows from the tour are taped – one in Gothenburg and one in Tampere.
Mulen ruzas Club is some kind of Lithuanian metal Meka. Almost all underground metal concerts in Lithuania had been organised here. And NILE had the honour to play the last song at this club under that name. Btw, NILE setlist wasn't usual, it was shortened one song – "Permitting the Noble Dead to Descend to the Underworld".
Mulen ruzas Club is also known for quite bad acoustic characteristic. Especially for extreme music. But surprisingly the sound at the last show was quite decent. And I had probably the sweetest recording spot possible – I was standing a bit at the left of soundboard and about 1 meter above the audience. So I captured quite clear and authentic sound, as much as my recording gear allowed. I just wish the rhythm section sounded a bit clearer and more dynamic. In general this recording is of average quality (6/10).
As a bonus material I put an interview with Karl Sanders made by the guy from Audronaša radio show. This interview was made before the show.

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1 CD
Tascam DR-1
Tascam DR-1 [built-in mic, low gain, WAV 24-bit/48 kHz] > Amadeus Pro (sound panorama adjustment, EQ, normalizing, tracking, fade in/out) > iZotope RX (cleaning up some unwanted sounds) > Amadeus Pro (dithering/resampling to WAV 16-bit/44.1 kHz) > XLD (conversion to FLAC high compression)
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