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immortalkz
05-13-2009, 12:16 PM
KRROFEST 2009 in South Dakota. My friends were like...lets go on a road trip! so i decided to go along.

most of the bands i didnt really care for but it was an outdoor show, which i always seem to enjoy :)

Slipknot Headlined with Korn, The Used, Clutch, All That Remains, and Dirtfedd

Slipknots Setlist was as followed:

1) Iowa/742617000027
2) Sic
3) Eyeless
4) Wait And Bleed
5) My Plague
6) Before I Forget
7) Get This
8) Sulfer
9) Blisters Exists
10) Dead Memories
11) Left Behind
12) Disasterpiece
13) Psychosocial
14) Duality
15) People = Shit
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16) Surfacing
17) Spit It Out

out of the 5 times i have seen Slipknot this was probably my favorite yet as i always seem to have trouble getting into their music live for some reason.

All That Remains Setlist was:

1) Chiron
2) Not Alone
3) The Air I Breathe
4) Six
5) Undone
6) Two Weeks
7) This Calling

they had good sound but i am not really into these guys either.

The Used was very...not anything i want to see again, this girl that was in front of me was actually crying and taking 9000000 pictures of the lead singer. true story!

Clutch is always a good time live!

Korn was good, lots of kids got into them, they played all their popular songs, i dont remember the order i could probably come up with a fairly accurate setlist if someone wanted

Dirtfedd was pretty cool suprisingly, the singer sounded like Randy from Lamb of God, but they had a sound similar to Bleeding Through, with fairly heavy synth but too many breakdowns for me personally. my favorite song by them, only because of the lyrics went something like "You broke my hearts, now i break your face!" i had to laugh every time they said that. overall pretty fun show surprisingly.

Indestructible
05-13-2009, 12:35 PM
slipknot needs to do more from ahig and get rid of get this

Sanitarium78
05-13-2009, 02:00 PM
Nice to see My Plague in the set. They usually don't do it too often anymore

immortalkz
05-13-2009, 03:40 PM
its kind of funny...i use to be literally obsessed with these guys in high school, when their Self Titles and Iowa were both released...but the only songs anyone sang along to at this show were the new ones and Duality. otherwise it was like everyone was clueless...it was kind of funny.

b_halperin
05-13-2009, 04:06 PM
slipknot needs to do more from ahig and get rid of get this

no they don't ahig is a terrible album. dead memories shows how much they truly did sell out on the album. pyschosocial is a good song. all hope is gone is good. All others are not too good.

get this is not a bad song either. It could be omitted and I wouldn't mind, but it's still a decent song.

Sanitarium78
05-13-2009, 04:07 PM
its kind of funny...i use to be literally obsessed with these guys in high school, when their Self Titles and Iowa were both released...but the only songs anyone sang along to at this show were the new ones and Duality. otherwise it was like everyone was clueless...it was kind of funny.

It's like that at a lot of shows with the more well known bands. People come cos they wanna hear those two songs the radio plays from them. When I saw them on meyham fest last year it was like that. Most people gave the stuff off the Self Titled and Iowa a nothing reaction but when they did stuff off Vol 3 and played Psychosocial everyone got into it. I've never seen the point of spending the money to see a band if don't know most of their stuff. It's always seemed a little strange to me that people do that.

Butcher of Birth
05-13-2009, 04:13 PM
It's like that at a lot of shows with the more well known bands. People come cos they wanna hear those two songs the radio plays from them. When I saw them on meyham fest last year it was like that. Most people gave the stuff off the Self Titled and Iowa a nothing reaction but when they did stuff off Vol 3 and played Psychosocial everyone got into it. I've never seen the point of spending the money to see a band if don't know most of their stuff. It's always seemed a little strange to me that people do that.

I only see bands I'm not to well into to hopefully like them better. What better way to get into a band then to see them live playing a "greatest hits" set. I've done that a few times, but yeah I know what you mean. I saw Stone Sour with Shadows fall a couple years ago and there were a lot of young-middle aged (36-45) Women there and they were mostly there for "Through The Glass". Whereas I got "Get Inside" :D

Indestructible
05-13-2009, 04:53 PM
its kind of funny...i use to be literally obsessed with these guys in high school, when their Self Titles and Iowa were both released...but the only songs anyone sang along to at this show were the new ones and Duality. otherwise it was like everyone was clueless...it was kind of funny.

It was like that at mayhemfest. i think i might of been the only one who really cared. or maybe i just gave a bigger reaction i was headbanging the whole set.

JoshuaB81285
05-13-2009, 05:41 PM
Dangit, kinda upset no "Vermillion" was played...as this could be a very similar set to Rock on the Range on Saturday. Though "My Plague" would be a treat...I'll take one or the other if they don't give us both, haha.

Sanitarium78
05-13-2009, 05:49 PM
I only see bands I'm not to well into to hopefully like them better. What better way to get into a band then to see them live playing a "greatest hits" set. I've done that a few times, but yeah I know what you mean. I saw Stone Sour with Shadows fall a couple years ago and there were a lot of young-middle aged (36-45) Women there and they were mostly there for "Through The Glass". Whereas I got "Get Inside" :D

I've just never been big on shelling money out for tickets of artists i'm not familiar with. To each his own I suppose. I saw Stone Sour on that same tour and the crowd was into everything they did for the most part. Different cities always give different reactions I guess

Butcher of Birth
05-13-2009, 06:21 PM
I really only do that for cost friendly shows. Like Amon Amarth, I'm fairly into each band on that bill, but not a big fan yet, so I went and hoped to get more into them. And I did.

And yeah here in Orlando we have an scene kinda ruled by our radio rock station 101.1, they have the the balls of men and women pretty much from 25-45 lol. Because younger kids are more into the underground.

immortalkz
05-13-2009, 10:37 PM
well this also was a town festival and it had a big range of music here, so it brought in many different people. TONS of young girls for The Used, and some of those rockers for Korn, some core kids for All That Remains and so on...so i wouldnt have expected everyone to just die hard slipknot fans at this show, but like others were saying it seems like those songs on the radio get an overwhelming response compared to the other, typically better songs that the bands play...which in my opinion is kind of a shame.

JoshuaB81285
05-14-2009, 11:13 AM
well this also was a town festival and it had a big range of music here, so it brought in many different people. TONS of young girls for The Used, and some of those rockers for Korn, some core kids for All That Remains and so on...so i wouldnt have expected everyone to just die hard slipknot fans at this show, but like others were saying it seems like those songs on the radio get an overwhelming response compared to the other, typically better songs that the bands play...which in my opinion is kind of a shame.

QFT. That's why I'm stoked that Nine Inch Nails aren't playing a slew of singles on their tour with Jane's Addiction.

kevindeets
05-14-2009, 12:26 PM
Sounds like a cool show. ATR rules. Any idea what Clutch or KoRn's setlists were?