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ravenheart
08-30-2011, 02:00 PM
Purgatory Tour
Venue: The Underworld

Silent Divide (19:30-20:00)

Knock Out Kaine (20:15-20:50)

We Will Rock You
Going Down
Set The Night On Fire
One Night In Paris
Feline Grove
Coming Home
Time

Where Angels Suffer (21:15-22:15)

Cardiac Arrest
Crying Eagle
Wild Child
Eye of The Storm
Morning After >
Guitar solo (Ira Black) >
Hellion >
Drum solo >
L.O.V.E. Machine
Blind In Texas
I Wanna Be Somebody
Lust
Animal (Fuck Like A Beast)

HackedUpForBBQ
08-30-2011, 02:02 PM
How was it?

ravenheart
08-30-2011, 02:48 PM
Awesome, but barely anyone turned up, hence no encore. They had 15 minutes left but since there were only 50 or so people there, they didn't come back out.

I'm not surprised. Animal weren't known here, the new band don't have a CD, or apparently any originals, the gig wasn't publicised at all and the tickets were too expensive for people to take a chance on. Plus two support bands no one had heard of.

HackedUpForBBQ
08-31-2011, 02:42 PM
Awesome, but barely anyone turned up, hence no encore. They had 15 minutes left but since there were only 50 or so people there, they didn't come back out.

I'm not surprised. Animal weren't known here, the new band don't have a CD, or apparently any originals, the gig wasn't publicised at all and the tickets were too expensive for people to take a chance on. Plus two support bands no one had heard of.


Understandable I guess. Although I'd rather see WASP, if this came anywhere around me I'd probably still go. You definitely wouldn't get Fuck Like A Beast at a WASP gig. Glad to hear these guys actually put on a good show

ravenheart
09-01-2011, 12:01 PM
Understandable I guess. Although I'd rather see WASP, if this came anywhere around me I'd probably still go. You definitely wouldn't get Fuck Like A Beast at a WASP gig. Glad to hear these guys actually put on a good show

Honestly, I'd rather watch these guys. Over time, if they keep going, they'll offer a more varied set than W.A.S.P. will, probably play for longer at properly attended gigs, and Rich Lewis sounds way better than Blackie at the moment. They seem to enjoy it a lot more too.

Plus the Animal stuff is :drool: