"Live Summer Breeze Festival in Germany 2002, Live in Studio TVP Łęg Kraków Poland on September 10th 1996, Live in River Grove, Illinois 1994 (cam "07 June 2003169 mins
The Black Trip album from Swiss heavy metal band Samael is a double DVD set which contains a concert held on Summer Breeze Festival (2002), a live concert held in Live in Studio TVP Łęg, Kraków, Poland, in 1996 during their "Passage" world tour and also a bootleg concert shot in Illinois (USA) during the "Ceremony of Opposites" tour. There are also video clips for the songs "Jupiterian Vibe", "Infra Galaxia" and "Baphomet's Throne" as well as some interviews and footage shot at Woodhouse Studios during the making of the Passage album.
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