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Polock91
10-22-2009, 09:49 PM
The first band that came on stage were pretty cool. Dead Man Dreaming, I think they were called. The music was cool, a couple of their riffs were very iron maideny with STP influence in there.

After them was SEVENTH VOID, who were really cool to see live. Kenny Hickey has a great voice, and it really shows in this band. Setlist is as follows:

Killing You Slow
Heaven is Gone
The End of All Time
Shadow Over Me
Closing In
Broken Sky
Descent
Drown Inside


After them was some shit band called Destrophy. I wasn't a fan, so I'm just gonna skip ahead to the band that I was there to see.

Despite the fact Josh Silver wasn't on the tour (due to some type of Paramedic classes he was taking), they played really well. Pete Steele is a monster of a human being. He stopped bringing out the bottles of wine for performance. Now he has Gatorade on the stand next to his lyric sheets that reads/flips through throughout the show. Kenny was all over the place and spot on, riff wise. Johnny was doing what he does best, as always. Even the guy from Dio was rockin out. The set is as follows:

Dead Again
In Priase Of Bacchus
N.I.B.
Halloween In Heaven
The Profits Of Doom
Love You To Death
Christian Woman
Wolf Moon
Anesthesia
World Coming Down
--------ENCORE--------
Black No.1 (Little Miss Scare-All)

jhdeity
10-23-2009, 07:51 AM
Nice set. Wish they did more old stuff or threw in a Carnivore tune or 2. Any word on a new cd not that Pete has his legal drama behind him?

bt11763
10-23-2009, 08:29 AM
no life is killing me or i don't wanna be me? : (

Polock91
10-23-2009, 10:09 AM
yea, i was really upset they didn't play a lot of things, but the NIB cover, Dead Again, Wolf Moon, and Anesthesia really made up for it. It would have been cool to hear My Girlfriend's Girlfriend, All Hail and Farewell to Britain, We Hate Everyone, Too Late: Frozen, or September Sun, but, oh well. Maybe they'll play those next tour...

Derelict
10-23-2009, 10:46 AM
Pumped to see them tonight

Travis The Dragon
10-23-2009, 11:18 AM
If they're only doing 11 songs, I'd rather see an original than a cover.

Derelict
10-23-2009, 12:07 PM
If they're only doing 11 songs, I'd rather see an original than a cover.

i dunno, off the top of my head i have seen them cover bad moon rising, nib, back in the ussr, magical mystery tour, hey joe, light my fire and a few others.....i love seeing them do covers

Sanitarium78
10-23-2009, 12:10 PM
This is actually a good set for them. It's well balanced and we get something off everything from Bloody Kisses to Dead Again. For anyone who comments about the set length you must not really know much about them live. They aren't that known for playing tons of songs to begin with. Plus with the length of some of their songs an 11 song set turns out to be longer than one might think.

I wouldn't get my hopes up on hearing much of anything off LIKM since they hardly played anything off it when they toured for it and Anesthesia seems to be the only song they've kept in the set since that tour. When I saw them two years ago they did play September Sun and Too Late so those songs have been in recently. It's also nice to see that after 2 years they realised that they should be opening with Dead Again. Which they should've did back when the album came out. I'm also happy that they've kept World Coming Down in the set. I know some people don't really like that album but i've always liked it a lot. That album actually helped me a lot when I was going through a very dark time in my life.

pollyizz
10-24-2009, 02:19 PM
I've seen type O 16 times and while they often play covers they have never played any Carnivore tunes. Peter has said in interviews that he prefers to keep the two bands seperate entities.

jhdeity
10-24-2009, 03:57 PM
Actually I've seen them play Jesus Hitler as Type O. Maybe because I yelled it 20 times though. I've also have Sex & Violence on a Type O bootleg I think

Sanitarium78
10-25-2009, 08:38 AM
I've never heard anything from Carnivore at all but honestly why would they play anything from them? Since everyone is there to hear and see Type O. Doesn't really make sense to me. Didn't Carnivore get back together recently anyways? They'll just play their stuff when they tour.

jhdeity
10-25-2009, 08:55 AM
I saw Jesus Hitler on the Bloody Kisses tour. The only time I ever saw them play Summer Breeze also. Never liked that song but it was incredible live with the pounding bass. By far the best setlist I ever saw them play. 3 songs off Slow, Deep & Hard = WIN!

Acruce_Mortem
10-26-2009, 08:34 PM
i want to go to this show so bad on tuesday!!! it the fucking halloween tour!!! the only thing i dont understand is, if they are going to play a sabbath cover why not black sabbath?? instead of n.i.b. i mean they have that on record. i just dont understand. i dont really remember hearing them play that.

Polock91
07-24-2010, 01:51 AM
after reading this whole thread, it's hard to believe the man is dead. There is no next time. Tomorrow, I'm gonna be getting my first tattoo, and it will be a Type O Negative tattoo. I plan to have some lyric of theirs' put around it later on, but for now, it's gonna be the O sign.

RIP, Pete; as pissed as you were to be alive, I'm sure you're even more pissed to be dead.

bt11763
07-24-2010, 06:03 AM
after reading this whole thread, it's hard to believe the man is dead. There is no next time. Tomorrow, I'm gonna be getting my first tattoo, and it will be a Type O Negative tattoo. I plan to have some lyric of theirs' put around it later on, but for now, it's gonna be the O sign.

RIP, Pete; as pissed as you were to be alive, I'm sure you're even more pissed to be dead.

same here man, idk when i'm getting it done but i decided to do the same. and i totally agree with you, i never had a chance to see him, but i listen to him every day. RIP.