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IrritatedTrout
03-21-2010, 08:20 AM
Exodus
1. Bonded By Blood
2. The Last Act Of Defiance
3. Fabulous Disaster
4. Brain Dead
5. Piranha
6. A Lesson In Violence
7. War is My Shepard
8. The Toxic Waltz
9. Strike Of The Beast

Exodus was pretty good and they got a pretty strong reaction from the crowd. I thought they were ok but by the middle of the set I was just wanting to hear Toxic Waltz and be done with it so Testament could go on. C+.


Testament
1. Over The Wall
2. The Haunting
3. Burnt Offerings
4. Raging Waters
5. C.O.T.L.O.D.
6. First Strike Is Deadly
7. Do Or Die
8. Alone In The Dark
9. Into The Pit
10. Souls of Black
11. Apocalyptic City

These guys were awesome as usual. Me and my friends saw Chuck backstage before the show (we got early entry so we came in through that area) which was pretty cool, got to say hi. All the guys looked like they were having a blast onstage, especially Eric. I had made a sign (albeit a simple, crappy one) for Glen because I was excited to see him again but I think it embarrassed him.:lol:. All the other guys saw it and pointed it out to Glen and chuckled but he just kind of sheepishly smiled. The guys seemed to get a kick out of his reaction. Me and my brother each got to sing Into the Pit as Chuck put the mic right out in front of each of us.:rocker: For some reason they also played an extra song which was awesome. Overall, a fantastic performance. A.


Megadeth
1. Skin O' My Teeth
2. In My Darkest Hour
3. She-Wolf
4. Holy Wars...The Punishment Due
5. Hangar 18
6. Take No Prisoners
7. Five Magics
8. Poison Was The Cure
9. Lucretia
10. Tornado Of Souls
11. Dawn Patrol
12. Rust In Peace...Polaris
13. Headcrusher
14. Trust
15. Symphony Of Destruction
16. Peace Sells
17. Holy Wars (reprise)

I've seen Megadeth 5 times and this was probably the best ever. Dave was in a great mood and it was really cool to see Ellefson. I really liked the intro tape too. It said something along the lines of "anyone caught outside their housing sectors after 7 PM will be shot", my buddy yelled out after they said that and then the next line to come over the PA was a forceful "shut up" :lol: I thought it was hilarious. The RIP record sounded as great as I expected, I still can't believe this is the first tour they've ever played the title track, it works perfectly live. I know that earlier in the tour Dave wasn't playing during the verses but he seems to have learned his part because he played and sung those parts tonight. One funny thing was that he had to have the lyrics to 5 Magics tapped to the stage in front of him, guess he has a tough time with that one.:lol: The crowd was much rowdier than expected (there were a lot of assholes in the crowd too) but it was a phenomenal performance. Got a setlist after the show. Like I said in the beginning, best I've ever seen them. Even dethroning their Gigantour 06 (nostalgia and all) performance for that #1 spot. A+.:blaze:

Bring on American Carnage.

bt11763
03-21-2010, 09:01 AM
Bring on American Carnage.

:fist:

Can't fucking wait.

The Ghost at Number One
03-21-2010, 09:28 AM
I really liked the intro tape too. It said something along the lines of "anyone caught outside their housing sectors after 7 PM will be shot", my buddy yelled out after they said that and then the next line to come over the PA was a forceful "shut up".
It's called Shut Up, Be Happy, and it's from an Ice-T album called The Iceberg. They used it on the original Rust in Peace tour as well.