cowboy71 wrote: would be Within Temptation:
KevinP wrote:cowboy71 wrote: would be Within Temptation:
I enjoyed Mother Earth and the previous stuff, but they have strayed far too towards the mainstream for me to bother with on the last few albums. I do like their sound, but they need to give it more bite and less "pop".
cowboy71 wrote:Others that are not ridiculously out of the question.
My fave band, from England, MAGNUM:
I would loooove to see AVANTASIA too:
I'd totally settle for EDGUY though:
Evil Red wrote:
mooyagi wrote:Since they stated they will never tour in the United States again:
I'd put Deicide but this band is more fun.
Memnoch wrote:^Yes. I've seen Bal-Sagoth twice in two years and both times they weren't good. The cloak is one thing, but what the fuck is up with that stupid-ass laughing Byron does every 20 seconds of so? Idiot, that's what he must be.
I'd love to see Within Temptation on broad( ) as they are a killer live band. Seen them a few times over the years and haven't seen a mediocre show yet. Knowing that Sharon is pregnant, again, them being on the cruise isn't going to happen.
last_candle wrote:btw, there are some that don't recognize each and every band just by a bandphoto - sometimes even a logo isn't enough...
mooyagi wrote:What Slaytanic said. They are very high on my "bands I'd love to see but most likely never will" list.
Element0s wrote:mooyagi wrote:What Slaytanic said. They are very high on my "bands I'd love to see but most likely never will" list.
If you want to catch Therion, they will be headlining one of the days at the Progpower fest in sept. 2011, Atlanta. They are playing a "special" 2 hour set of some sort.
Disaster Area wrote:^^I approve^^ but I can hear the howls of derision from the "brutal" side of the ship if Edguy were in fact the last announcement.
No, we need a BIG name for the last one. Halford and/or Priest would make the sweetest icing on the cake.
corrosive wrote:Corrosion of conformity....not sure how to put a pic up of them though...
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