Fire and Blood (Manowar)

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Fire and Blood
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Video by
ReleasedDecember 2, 2002
GenreHeavy metal
Length275 minutes[1]
LabelSteamhammer SPV[2]
ProducerNeil Johnson [3]
Manowar chronology
Hell on Earth I
(2000)
Fire and Blood
(2002)
Hell on Earth III
(2003)

Fire and Blood is a double-DVD from American heavy metal band Manowar. The first DVD is a documentary that features part 2 of the series "Hell on Earth". With almost two hours of running time "Hell on Earth Part 2" documents the 1998 "Hell on Stage" European Tour with almost 30 shows.[2] The second DVD, Blood in Brazil is their live performance at the Philips Monsters Of Rock in São Paulo, Brazil on September 26, 1998.[2][4] This was the first a complete concert performance captured in the band's career.

Blood in Brazil track listing[edit]

  1. Intro
  2. Manowar
  3. Metal Daze
  4. Blood Of My Enemies
  5. Kill With Power
  6. Sign Of The Hammer
  7. Gates Of Valhalla
  8. Sting Of The Bumblebee
  9. The Gods Made Heavy Metal
  10. Metal Warriors
  11. Kings Of Metal
  12. The Power
  13. Hail And Kill
  14. Black Wind, Fire And Steel
  15. The Crown And The Ring (Lament Of The Kings)

Hell On Earth Part II chapter[edit]

  1. This Is Heavy Metal
  2. Blood Of The Kings
  3. France
  4. Voulez Vous
  5. Belgium
  6. Bridge Of Death
  7. Switzerland
  8. Guyana (Cult Of The Damned)
  9. Germany Part I
  10. Hatred
  11. Germany Part II
  12. March For Revenge (By The Soldiers Of Death)
  13. Germany Part III
  14. The Gods Made Heavy Metal
  15. Czech Republic
  16. Army Of The Immortals
  17. Austria
  18. Hungary
  19. Master Of The Wind
  20. Portugal
  21. Dark Avenger
  22. Spain
  23. Battle Hymn
  24. The Crown And The Ring (Lament Of The Kings)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Amazon Product Details". Amazon. Retrieved 2010-10-22.
  2. ^ a b c "Fire and Blood". metal-archives.com. Encyclopaedia Metallum. Retrieved 2010-10-22.
  3. ^ "Fire and Blood". Internet Movie Database.
  4. ^ "Philips Monsters of Rock - Music Festival". songkick.com. Retrieved 2010-10-22.

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