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MikeConnor123
10-26-2010, 10:06 PM
High on Fire-

Frost Hammer
Turk
Blessed Black Wings
Waste of Tiamat
Baghdad
Rumors of War
Bastard Samurai
Fire, Flood, and Plague
Silverback
Snakes for the Divine

Kylesa-
Hollow Severer
Unknown Awareness
Running Red
Where the Horizon Unfolds
Perception
Said and Done
Only One
Scapegoat

I only know torche played UFO and Piranha

Overall it was awesome, just bummed that high on fire didn't play one song off surrounded by thieves

bigguytoo9
10-26-2010, 10:30 PM
High on Fire-

Frost Hammer
Turk
Blessed Black Wings
Waste of Tiamat
Baghdad
Rumors of War
Bastard Samurai
Fire, Flood, and Plague
Silverback
Snakes for the Divine



pretty good setlist, I saw HOF in Feb before "Snakes" was released and Pike played a few new ones.

Baghdad then Rumors Of War then Bastard Samurai?? wow thats devistating

Derelict
10-27-2010, 03:50 AM
Man, there were a lot of hipsters at this show, seemed to be a steady stream of them leaving during HoF.

Nick_to_the_face
10-27-2010, 07:49 AM
So i checked out High on Fire once...and I did not like them, am I just listening to the wring stuff?? people tell me if i like sleep, ill like these guys. and i love sleep....but i dont like these guys...

Natrlhi
10-27-2010, 08:34 AM
How in the fucking hell does Kylesa not play even one song off their new album?!? Are you absolutely sure about the Kylesa set list? I'm dumfounded.
:confused:

...and to the guy whose friends lied to him about liking High on Fire if he likes Sleep:

What they should have told you is that if you love Matt Pike, you will probably like High on Fire. Sleep and HoF are fairly different sounds. Sleep has nowhere near the pummeling energy that HoF does (at least, on the whole). Sleep knows how to be heavy, but I would classify them as being much sludgier and Sabbath-like than HoF. People often compare HoF to Sabbath, and that's mainly because Pike idolizes Iommi and you can definitely hear the influence in there, but really HoF is much heavier and faster-paced. HoF is a fucking turbo-charged steam roller, whereas Sabbath (and Sleep) are just regular steam rollers creeping along at regular speed. :D

...and there is no excuse for not liking High on Fire. Whoever you are, you are dead to me.

Just kidding.

(No, I'm really not. You are dead to me.)

TonyD
10-27-2010, 09:43 AM
Check out the first album, The Art of Self Defense. If you don't like that... idk keep listening to Dopesmoker.

petrovar
10-27-2010, 11:07 AM
So i checked out High on Fire once...and I did not like them, am I just listening to the wring stuff?? people tell me if i like sleep, ill like these guys. and i love sleep....but i dont like these guys...

High of Fire is basically Sabbath, Motorhead and Slayer having a threesome

larvtard
10-27-2010, 07:38 PM
Man, there were a lot of hipsters at this show, seemed to be a steady stream of them leaving during HoF.

Hipsters don't like High on Fire? I've always thought of them as "hipster metal"

mankvill
10-27-2010, 07:44 PM
Hipsters don't like High on Fire? I've always thought of them as "hipster metal"

I could see hipsters liking Sleep and The Art Of Self-Defense, but after that they get too "metal" and we all know that metal is basically a hipster repellent.

Derelict
10-27-2010, 08:35 PM
I think most of the hipsters were there for Kylesa, everyone in their merch line had flannel and PBR cans

es156
10-27-2010, 08:40 PM
and we all know that metal is basically a hipster repellent.

:lol:

bobbie solo
10-27-2010, 09:36 PM
whoever decided to market kylesa towards the trendier, hipster set is a genius, as they are really popular and hyped nowadays.

Torche appeals to the same crowd.

Nick_to_the_face
10-28-2010, 03:15 PM
Checked out the first album, i dig it.
i dont know what it was i listened to before, but ill give them another shot