This is a clip that should be posted once in a while to remind people not to throw things on stage for any band: Lemmy
Good clip there Vortexx, but fortunately that's not what happened.
The band didn't do a soundcheck for this show. They arrived at the hall around an our and a half before the doors opened. I'm not sure if this has anything to do with the many technical problems that layed ahead, but there we're quite some few throughout the show.
Lemmy had soms bass problems, as well as some problems with his ventilator. Tim tried his best to fix it. But it 'only took him five attempts,' as Lemmy joked.
Phil also had some problems. His guitarsound just disappeared completely once or twice. Roger ran around trying to fix it, and he did. But the damage was already done.
Not sure about Mikkey, but it seemed he had some (smaller) issues too.
'Overkill' was on the setlist, but as mentioned before, they didn't play the song. The band got offstage for a while (as they always do). Lemmy introduced the band, and they played Ace of Spades. After that, they left. Not sure why. It wasn't eleven o'clock yet, so it couldn't have been the curfew. Perhaps the band was just fed up after the technical issues they were having on stage.
Nobody threw anything, as far as I know. On the contrary, the audience was actually quite friendly. There was no moshpit or anything like that. Just people standing, singing and some of them were a bit dancing/jumping around. But not a lot of movement in general. I was actually quite surprised, as I'm used to Dutch and German crowds, who like a bit of moshing now and again. In short; I don't know why the band quit early. But I too was disappointed. As someone else pointed out; 84 euro's isn't exactly cheap.