In 2013, the mighty Desaster celebrated their 25th birthday with a huge anniversary show in Bamberg, supported by Pentacle and Delirium Tremens and attended by fans and friends from all over the metal globe. If you missed that very special once-in-a-lifetime gig, you should get yourself a copy of the double LP album, which also marks a turning point in the history of High Roller, as it is part of the biggest project we ever realised! Desaster put up a very, very special show, bringing together both old and new members of the band and fans from places as far away as Sweden, Brazil and Peru, and they did what was possible to create an unforgettable concert, as Sataniac assures: 'I think it was an amazing night in Bamberg, really a fine night to remember. We had planned to bring 25 years of total Desaster to the crowd, and we did. Almost all past and current members ever involved in Desaster joined us on stage. We are not really professional, so in the end we are very satisfied with the result. The whole day was fantastic, with maniacs coming from very far places especially for this show. We met a lot of friends, fans and people who worked with and supported us during all the years.' The band also put some thought into the set list for the show, even though that wasn't an easy task: 'Yes, we wanted to deliver songs from every release done in the past. We also ran a little poll on fuckbook (read: facebook), so that the fans could choose some old songs that our former vocalist Okkulto should sing during the gig. But don't believe the rumours! Usually we don't think that much at all.'