An excellent skinhead (Blood & Honour) evening, with a great gig took place in the town of Nis (Serbia). It was organized by the local Blood & Honour unit. About 120 young Nationalists and National Socialists from Serbia and Bulgaria gathered. 

First on the stage were local band Outguard, a new B&H band. They played a short set of 6 songs and one of these songs was "Freedom" from project Comrades. Heavy, hate-core like sound and excellent vocals is how this band sounds. The crowd reaction was positive and if these youngsters keep on rocking a great future awaits them.

Next came Trijumf Volje (Triuph of the will), well known B&H band from Belgrade. They started with the cover "What ever it takes" of  Razors Edge. After they played a set of their own songs, well known to everyone here; "Srbija Srbima" (Serbia to Serbs), "Fenix nad Evropom" (Phoenix over Europe), "Neces me promeniti" (You'll never change me)... There were also covers of Skrewdriver, No Remorse, and songs of the legendary Serbian band Drzavni Udar (State Impact) which is also the former band of T.V.'s singer. They were rocking almost an hour, the crowd was full of energy and the atmosphere was excellent. 

Last band of the evening was host of the gig, local Battle Flag. They started with their own new and old songs; "On the attack", "Blitzkrieg", "Words by swords", Skrewdriver and Public Enemy covers. Their sound is really powerful and professional. They are currently in studio recording the material for their first full length release so watch out for that. They were playing over one hour and in the end they played covers of Aryan ("You gotta go") for the crowd.

All in all, it was a great Pro-C18 gig in Nis, which came through without a single problem and incident and we look forward to another one. See you then. 14/88