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insipidzombie
11-15-2010, 08:07 PM
Bonded by Blood and Evile were okay.
Gama Bomb was the band I wanted to see most and they didn't disappoint. They were incredible and energetic. Too bad the vocals were pretty quiet and their set was criminally short.
Forbidden slayed. I wasn't crazy about the new songs but they will probably grow on me. "Twisted Into Form" was the highlight for me
I have loads of law school work left tonight and class in the morning, so I skipped out on Overkill this time (they were great the last time they came around). Yes, I'm lame.

GAMA BOMB
01. Zombie Blood Nightmare
02. Final Fight
03. Three Witches
04. Hammer Slammer
05. OCP
06. We Respect You
07. Hell Trucker
08. Last Ninjas Unite
09. Mummy Invasion
10. Zombi Brew


FORBIDDEN
01. Alpha Century (intro)
02. March Into Fire
03. Step By Step
04. Adapt Or Die
05. Omega Wave
06. Twisted Into Form
07. Through Eyes of Glass
08. Chalice Of Blood

JRA
11-15-2010, 09:00 PM
BOO THIS MAN!

elturtleboy
11-15-2010, 10:43 PM
Bonded by Blood and Evile were okay.
Gama Bomb was the band I wanted to see most

:party::party::party:

brian
11-16-2010, 06:06 AM
I have loads of law school work left tonight and class in the morning, so I skipped out on Overkill this time (they were great the last time they came around). Yes, I'm lame.


You skipped a band who hasn't played Atlanta in 13 years to do homework? LAME.

Gama Bomb was great. Forbidden was great although they played too much new stuff. Words can not describe how good Overkill was.

insipidzombie
11-16-2010, 10:01 AM
You skipped a band who hasn't played Atlanta in 13 years to do homework? LAME.

Overkill hadn't played in Atlanta for 13 years? Wow, Atlanta got screwed! I'm from the northeast so I've seen them a couple times in MA and NY. But yes, I'm lame, as I previously expressed.

Astennu
11-16-2010, 12:52 PM
You think the set was short in Atlanta...I saw this tour last week in Richmond and Gama Bomb played maybe six songs total, or literally about 15-20 minutes total. It was pitifully short, but they ruled nonetheless.

camby118
11-18-2010, 09:23 AM
You think the set was short in Atlanta...I saw this tour last week in Richmond and Gama Bomb played maybe six songs total, or literally about 15-20 minutes total. It was pitifully short, but they ruled nonetheless.
I was there too. They played more than six songs for sure, the songs are just rather short that you forget about most of them. We didn't get Mummy or Last Ninjas but we got everything else + BulletBelt