Sinister Realm wrote:Next gig will be when my band plays with Accept and Kings X in October.
Sinister Realm wrote:Last Gig was a big one for me...Wacken
Next gig will be when my band plays with Accept and Kings X in October. I've also got Overkill and then Slayer marked on my calendar.
Element0s wrote:Last gig was seeing my buddies from Viathyn and Thrashomatic at my hometown while I was visiting my parents. Next gig? Not sure. Maybe the Alberta Metal Awards or something next week.
viathyn wrote:Sloppy sloppy sloppy!
hahahaha. Ugh. Our recording got totally fucked. Guess we won't be on the DVD! (Unless we use our album audio...
Vullus wrote:Last gigs/festivals
25-04 Thee Silver Mt. Zion
29-03 Tom McRae
15-02 the Veils
04-02 Machine Head
22-01 The Perfect TOOL
12-12 Thrashfest Tour 2010
19-11 Broken Social Scene
02-10 The Dillinger Escape Plan
28-09 Brandon Flowers
11-09 Muse (Engeland)
06-09 Limp Bizkit
sabaton wrote:last Zwarte Cross
next Gamma Bomb
debborah1 wrote:sO HOW DO YOU LIKE gAMMA bOMB?...How would you describe them?....Ive yet to check them out...just curious of anothers opinion
debborah1 wrote:yep....you got it......nuthin.....................booooooooo...
ShoreSlayer wrote:debborah1 wrote:yep....you got it......nuthin.....................booooooooo...
No myspace either? You working in old Russia???
onenight wrote:Lat gig: Slayer, Megadeth, Testament. in Chicago
Next gig: maybe Nevermore, don't know yet.
ShoreSlayer wrote:Cool review J, thanks!
I'm a lil surprised to hear the bit about Chuck doing that with the crowd as I thought that was Exodus' thing. There's youtube footage of them doing it at Wacken and they did it here when I saw them and then again recently when I didn't go but my buddy did. Maybe it's a Bay area thing that many bands do and it was just that Exodus was the first band that I saw do it.
Glad your lady enjoyed Slayer. Too bad Tom can't bang his head like he used to but his neck's toast so he has to nurse it. Maybe still healing in the vocal dept too? Lucky you guys found the camera!! Tell her to tie a string around it next time
ShreddinJ wrote:Hey Deb, here's my little review of the American Carnage show I saw that I posted on another forum:
I attended the American Carnage show at the Izod Center in East Rutherford, NJ on 8/12. I thought I would post a little mini-review:
I had to haul ass to get to the show and I was surprised to be able to get there in time for Testament. However, they were already playing when I walked in at around 7:05-7:10 pm so I don't know how many songs I missed.
I like this band a lot but the last 2 times I saw them were definitely better. Their sound system seemed a little off and at times Bostaph and the guitar players seemed a little out of time. Bostaph still can pound those drums though. Billy had plenty of energy and was playing to the crowd well. There was a great moment where he told the left and right sides of the pit to line up and then charge at each other. It was like some sort of Thrash Metal Braveheart Battle Most Pit. Awesome.
I was glad to hear some tunes off of The Gathering such as DNR and 3 Days of Darkness.
My main reason for going to this show. Sound problems still seemed to persist through their first two songs, which were Holy Wars... and Hangar 18, since they were playing RIP start to finish. I missed most of Holy Wars... because I was looking for my girlfriend's camera that she dropped (we eventually found it after the show thankfully). By the third song the sound seemed to even out. Dave Mustaine seemed to be totally killing with his guitar playing, much more into it then the last time I saw them (granted it was the 2nd night of a two night stint in NYC so he was probably a bit worn out). It was great to see Ellefson on stage back with the band and he seemed to be really enjoying it. Chris Broderick was a sight to see, as usual. The highlights for me were Broderick NAILING the Tornado of Souls solo (although he didn't improv towards the end a little like he did when I saw them last) and Peace Sells. I can't really describe it but that night's version of Peace Sells was INSANE (maybe something to do with Ellefson being back and nailing those bass lines?).
I didn't know what to expect from Slayer as I haven't seen them live in 10 years. However, they were ON. I was really glad to hear songs like War Ensemble and Expendable Youth. Tom didn't do the scream at the beginning of Angel of Death, but I know his voice ain't what it used to be. My girlfriend enjoyed Slayer and I was glad because I didn't know if Slayer was really her thing, as opposed to say, Megadeth, whom she really likes. They didn't play an encore, which was unexpected, unless Reign in Blood and Angel of Death were supposed to be their encore, I don't know. I guess they were running up against time constraints.
SlaytanicE21 wrote:Debb, I don't want to hear about it... I'll be at work.
Naw but seriously, have fun and enjoy Fuckin' SSSSSSLLLLLLLAAAAAAYYYYYYEEEEERRRRRRRRR!!!!!
debborah1 wrote:THE AMERICAN CARNAGE TOUR.....TONITE TONITE TOOOONNIIIIITTTE!!!!........Yeah bitchez!
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