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street_burial
07-31-2011, 10:30 PM
source: http://www.volbeat.dk/2/route666.php

The Human Instrument
Guitar Gangsters & Cadillac Blood
Heaven Nor Hell
A Moment Forever / Hallelujah Goat
Radio Girl
The Mirror & The Ripper
Sad Man's Tongue
Marry Ann's Place
A New Day
Soulweeper #1
The Garden's Tale
Still Counting
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A Warrior's Call
Fallen
Thanks
I Only Wanna Be With You / Boa
Pool of Booze, Booze, Booza

hellawaits77ny
07-31-2011, 10:38 PM
Bummer, I was hoping they could recruit someone to do Barney's vocals in 'Evelyn'. I love that song

MPF
07-31-2011, 10:43 PM
I really hate saying this, because I absolutely love Volbeat. I can really see them ending up like Muse.

Meaning once they start get to get real commercial success, their music turns to shit. They are really starting to get huge now, thanks to Fallen. I really hope hope Volbeat will prove that they will stay badass and not end up like Muse.

hellawaits77ny
07-31-2011, 11:34 PM
I really hate saying this, because I absolutely love Volbeat. I can really see them ending up like Muse.

Meaning once they start get to get real commercial success, their music turns to shit. They are really starting to get huge now, thanks to Fallen. I really hope hope Volbeat will prove that they will stay badass and not end up like Muse.

Same here

AnataFan4Life
08-01-2011, 02:14 AM
I'm honestly scared that this may happen too. Plus Michael seems like such a nice guy, and it would fucking suck if their newfound success started getting to his head.

Metal375
08-02-2011, 06:24 PM
Looking forward to seeing them on the North American tour for the 2nd time this year (this time at HoB Anaheim on the first night), but REALLY wish they would change the setlist up more than what it was back in the spring tour. I mean, the first 8 songs are EXACTLY the same order from the earlier tour, down to the intro of AMF leading into HG :tp: (I'd personally rather hear AMF in it's entirety). There's a little variety at the end of the regular set, but then the encore songs are almost a carbon copy of the spring setlist as well...

You'd think they'd play some older/obscure songs for fans who are seeing them on a headlining tour, but whatever...it will still be a good show. :D

MPF
08-02-2011, 06:35 PM
Looking forward to seeing them on the North American tour for the 2nd time this year (this time at HoB Anaheim on the first night), but REALLY wish they would change the setlist up more than what it was back in the spring tour. I mean, the first 8 songs are EXACTLY the same order from the earlier tour, down to the intro of AMF leading into HG :tp: (I'd personally rather hear AMF in it's entirety). There's a little variety at the end of the regular set, but then the encore songs are almost a carbon copy of the spring setlist as well...

You'd think they'd play some older/obscure songs for fans who are seeing them on a headlining tour, but whatever...it will still be a good show. :D

They are still very very new here. It's going to be a while before that happens, if what I mentioned above doesn't happen.