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Polock91
11-03-2010, 08:53 PM
CARCINOGEN are a local band from Long Island. Now, believe it or not, they are not generic, breakdown-soaked ___core. Definitely worth a listen. They're going to be opening for Overkill this Saturday. Check them out. ( www.myspace.com/carcinogenmetal )

Transcending
Another Page of Hate
Unholy Aggression
Perpetual Suffering
Dead on an Operating Table


PATHOLOGY: Really good modern grindcore. They were supposed to play here a month ago, but the club owner decided to cancel the show because there was a cloud and some humidity out. Definitely worth the wait.

Symptoms of Bleeding
Code Injection
Among Giants
Age of Onset
Afterlife
Legacy of the Ancients
Collapsing in Violence

This was my 3rd time seeing KEEP of KALESSIN. While it is a little disappointing they played nothing from Armada or Agnen, it was still a cool set. They finally started using a backing track during the solos so it doesn't sound so hollow live. Reptillian is also much better live, not that the record sounds bad to begin with...

Kolossus
The Awakening
Judgement
Dragontower
Ascendant

This was my first time seeing PSYCROPTIC. I don't know enough about them to be able to compare their current lien-up to their previous line-up, but the show and live sound were both very good, especially for the Crazy Donkey.

Horde of Devolution
Lacertine Forest
Ob(servent)
? (started with a sample from THX1138: "You are in my hands, I am here to protect you, you have nowhere to go, you have nowhere to go.")
Initiate

EX DEO are infinitely better than Kataklysm, especially live. They should stick to this band, IMO.

Cruor Nostri Abass
Legio XIII
The Final War (Battle of Actium)
Storm the Gates of Alesia
Blood, Courage, and the Gods That Walk the Earth
Romulus

NILE are crazy as hell live. They're really on top of their game. Unfortunately, the set was almost the exact same as the one they played in January. The only difference was that they cut a couple songs. What makes it even more unfortunate is that the January show also had Cast Down the Heretic cut. The show was still flawless. They have a new bass player who seems to be the current front man. I prefer Dallas' vocals, personally, but it made the show that much more interesting.

Their new record is one of the best they've made since Catacombs (also, IMO), but 4th Arra of Dagon really isn't a live song. Whenever they come back, I'd love to see Annihilation of the Wicked or even Utterances of the Crawling Dead (practically speaking, of course; If you wanna go the other way, it would be sick as hell to see all 4 parts of In Their Darkened Shrines). But anyway, great bands, GREAT show. Enjoy.

Kafir
Sacrifice Unto Sebek
Hitite Dung Incantation
Serpent Headed Mask
Ithyphallic
Those Whom the Gods Detest
4th Arra of Dagon
Permitting the Noble dead to Descend Into the Underworld
Sarcophagus
Lashed to the Slave Stick
Black Seeds of Vengeance

NecroRob
11-03-2010, 08:58 PM
PSYCROPTIC

Horde of Devolution
Lacertine Forest
Ob(servent)
? (started with a sample from THX1138: "I am here to protect you, you have nowhere to go.")
Initiate


I couldn't see them not playing The Colour of Sleep.

BrutalN00dle
11-03-2010, 09:22 PM
Nile's set is shorter than the last tour... Sucks that there's no "Cast Down the Heretic".

mankvill
11-03-2010, 09:49 PM
NILE

Kafir
Sacrifice Unto Sebek
Hitite Dung Incantation
Serpent Headed Mask
Ithyphallic
Those Whom the Gods Detest
4th Arra of Dagon
Permitting the Noble dead to Descend Into the Underworld
Sarcophagus
Lashed to the Slave Stick
Black Seeds of Vengeance

Nile set from January:

Kafir!
Sacrifice Unto Sebek
Hittite Dung Incantation
Sepent Headed Mask
Ithyphallic
Execration Text
Papyrus Containing the Spell to Preserve Its Possesor Against He Who Is In The Water
4th Arra of Dagon
Permitting the Noble Dead to Descend to the Underworld
Sarcophagus
Lashed to the Slave Stick
Cast Down the Heretic
Black Seeds of Vengeance

Yikes.

bt11763
11-03-2010, 10:14 PM
good show. i was disappointed they didn't play papyrus. and ex deo was soooooo gay.


btw, karl signed an uno card of mine:

http://i45.photobucket.com/albums/f65/btims14/Photo46.jpg


:09
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYtjpIwamos

christopher
11-03-2010, 11:02 PM
That set sucks! Why must the play Those Whom the Gods Detest wth that awful set!

bigguytoo9
11-04-2010, 12:56 AM
That set sucks! Why must the play Those Whom the Gods Detest wth that awful set!

pretty much, that title track is so boring. New Nile does nothing for me, Annihilation of the Wicked was their last good one.

bt11763
11-04-2010, 06:12 AM
pretty much, that title track is so boring. New Nile does nothing for me, Annihilation of the Wicked was their last good one.

um, wat

dat guitar tone :drool:

jd091
11-04-2010, 11:35 AM
good show. i was disappointed they didn't play papyrus. and ex deo was soooooo gay.


btw, karl signed an uno card of mine:

http://i45.photobucket.com/albums/f65/btims14/Photo46.jpg


:09
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYtjpIwamos

:party: That is quite possibly the greatest thing I've seen all day.

jd091
11-04-2010, 11:40 AM
This tour sounds awesome. I wasn't able to see Nile last January, so I'm pretty pumped about seeing this set. Personally, I love TWTGD as an album. Permitting the Noble Dead is a fucking great song.

And Ex Deo looks amazing. Their music videos are crazy awesome.

And a quick request: What were the tour shirts like, and the prices? :confused: I'm considering getting an Ex Deo shirt too if they're good live.

Polock91
11-04-2010, 01:07 PM
What were the tour shirts like, and the prices? :confused: I'm considering getting an Ex Deo shirt too if they're good live.


Nile had a lot of merch. They had a shirt for every album except Shrines, also, a shirt titled "Slave Stick," all of which was $20. They also had a DVD for sale that chronicles the making of Those Whom the Gods Detest, also $20.

I bought a Nile shirt and a Keep if Kalessin shirt. Every ban had a lot of merch. Bring a lot of money if you like more that 1 band on the bill.

larvtard
11-04-2010, 01:32 PM
PATHOLOGY: Really good modern grindcore.

:lol: Definitely not grindcore bud.


4th Arra of Dagon really isn't a live song.

It really isn't a good song period.


Those Whom the Gods Detest


I know they're gonna play at least one epic, so if they just play this one I'm fine with that. Best epic from the new album.
That being said, I do hate their epics. They should just stick with their straight-forward tech-brutal death stuff. The Egyptian folk atmosphere really doesn't work. They have one of the sickest, most distinguishable guitar tones in death metal today -- they should be using it more.

also, no Cast Down The Heretic is blasphemy.

Dissimulate
11-04-2010, 03:27 PM
That set is nowhere near optimal, and a downward slide from their last tour. However, I am going to shut up because I would sacrifice a testicle to see this band play and would be ecstatic if I saw this set. Also, their bassist isn't new, he's been a touring member for 4 years. If he is doing most of the vocals I would be surprised.

Polock91
11-04-2010, 03:50 PM
:lol: Definitely not grindcore bud.

oh. excuse me.:rolleyes:

bt11763
11-04-2010, 04:10 PM
i think 4th arra is awesome/was awesome live :eyes:

and i got a long sleeve nile shirt for $25, didn't really check out the other booths but when i was standing there psycroptic was selling shirts for $20

:party: That is quite possibly the greatest thing I've seen all day.

:D:D:D:D

Dominicus 1988
11-05-2010, 01:55 AM
No Dragon Iconography makes me sad face.