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bobbie solo
09-12-2011, 10:05 PM
Fight 'Em Till You Can't
Got the Time
Caught in a Mosh
Antisocial
The Devil You Know
Indians
Madhouse
Metal Thrashing Mad
Only
I Am The Law
Earth on Hell

Only interesting songs were the 3 new ones and hearing Joey try Only. He sounded great except for a few times his voice cracked on some of the real high notes in certain songs. I would have liked to have heard a few rarer songs, but it was a free show so i can't complain. Band sounded good overall but need to get a little tighter at times.

Phil Anselmo and Kerry King came out to gie the band some props and a toast at different times duringt the show.

Apparently Phil was at the music clinic thing right before this show at the same venue along with a bunch of diff. metal musicians, and they all did two Pantera songs.

Indestructible
09-12-2011, 10:20 PM
I don't complain about sets, but I hope their set is a little longer when they play Buffalo in November.

treghet
09-12-2011, 10:33 PM
Free Anthrax show? Jealous!

makethemsuffer12
09-12-2011, 10:48 PM
I was there. Awesome show.

At the clinic, Phil sang "A New Level" and "Fucking Hostile" with Kerry King, Scott Ian, David Ellefson, Frank Bello, Charlie Benante, and Mike Portnoy all playing their respective instruments. Needless to say, it was epic.

MPF
09-12-2011, 10:49 PM
I was there. Awesome show.

At the clinic, Phil sang "A New Level" and "Fucking Hostile" with Kerry King, Scott Ian, David Ellefson, Frank Bello, Charlie Benante, and Mike Portnoy all playing their respective instruments. Needless to say, it was epic.

A few of us saw it streaming. I loved every second of it.

makethemsuffer12
09-12-2011, 10:51 PM
A few of us saw it streaming. I loved every second of it.

Imagine actually being there. ;)

"At Dawn They Sleep" was awesome too. And Frank's porno-inspired bass riffing.

bobbie solo
09-12-2011, 10:58 PM
I was there. Awesome show.

At the clinic, Phil sang "A New Level" and "Fucking Hostile" with Kerry King, Scott Ian, David Ellefson, Frank Bello, Charlie Benante, and Mike Portnoy all playing their respective instruments. Needless to say, it was epic.

i wish terrible things upon you.

jhdeity
09-13-2011, 12:52 AM
Yeah At Dawn They Sleep was by far the coolest thing I saw between the clinic and show. I'd probably rate my Top 5:

1) At Dawn They Sleep
2) A New Level w/ Kerry King shredding and Phil wailing
3) Earth on Hell (Figured they were done after I Am The Law)
4) Am I Evil
5) Got The Time (By far my favorite Anthrax cover)

Sanitarium78
09-13-2011, 05:49 AM
I don't complain about sets, but I hope their set is a little longer when they play Buffalo in November.

It will be but not by much. Anthrax isn't known for lenghty headline sets. They usually do about 14 or 15 songs and that's it. The set will probably be what they did here plus another new song and a couple more old ones. Hopefully they'll play something else off POT instead of GTT. It's a cool rocking live tune but there is so much better off that album to choose from. I'd love to see ATL be a regular again.

Since the first track on the new album is just an intro that goes right into Earth On Hell, I can see that being the opener for the tour.

HackedUpForBBQ
09-13-2011, 03:19 PM
It will be but not by much. Anthrax isn't known for lenghty headline sets. They usually do about 14 or 15 songs and that's it. The set will probably be what they did here plus another new song and a couple more old ones. Hopefully they'll play something else off POT instead of GTT. It's a cool rocking live tune but there is so much better off that album to choose from. I'd love to see ATL be a regular again.

Since the first track on the new album is just an intro that goes right into Earth On Hell, I can see that being the opener for the tour.

Yeah the set is definitely gonna be longer, and I agree that they need to throw in some more rarities. I'd kill to hear some Armed and Dangerous or The Enemy, but that's probably never gonna happen again. Regardless of what they play, though, it's fucking Anthrax with Joey Belladonna and it's gonna be amazing. They absolutely killed it when I saw them earlier this year at Heavy TO and I can't wait to see them again in November

jhdeity
09-13-2011, 03:45 PM
Yeah the set is definitely gonna be longer, and I agree that they need to throw in some more rarities. I'd kill to hear some Armed and Dangerous or The Enemy, but that's probably never gonna happen again. Regardless of what they play, though, it's fucking Anthrax with Joey Belladonna and it's gonna be amazing. They absolutely killed it when I saw them earlier this year at Heavy TO and I can't wait to see them again in November

Yeah I'd be happy to get NFL, Be All, End All, Among the Living and 2 more off POT like Belly of the Beast, In My World or Keep it in the Family. I know Joey played In My World pretty often solo. That could happen I think.

I'm sure I'm in the minority but Only with Joey annoys me for some reason. There's just something about it I don't like. It doesn't flow properly or something. I also saw Refuse/Resist in a few recent setlists and pretty much the last f'n thing in teheworld Anthrax needs is to play another f'n cover.

makethemsuffer12
09-13-2011, 04:39 PM
I also saw Refuse/Resist in a few recent setlists and pretty much the last f'n thing in teheworld Anthrax needs is to play another f'n cover.

They only jammed it a little bit before going into "I Am the Law" when Andreas Kisser was filling in for Scott Ian.

HackedUpForBBQ
09-13-2011, 04:43 PM
Yeah I'd be happy to get NFL, Be All, End All, Among the Living and 2 more off POT like Belly of the Beast, In My World or Keep it in the Family. I know Joey played In My World pretty often solo. That could happen I think.

I'm sure I'm in the minority but Only with Joey annoys me for some reason. There's just something about it I don't like. It doesn't flow properly or something. I also saw Refuse/Resist in a few recent setlists and pretty much the last f'n thing in teheworld Anthrax needs is to play another f'n cover.

Hell yeah NFL would be great, and I really hope they throw Medusa in there as well. I saw them do the Refuse/Resist cover earlier this year and it wasn't the entire song, only the intro riffing before the vocals kick in. I gotta admit it was pretty cool.... I never expected them to do that. Hopefully they'll surprise me again this time with some deep cuts

jhdeity
09-13-2011, 04:49 PM
Hell yeah NFL would be great, and I really hope they throw Medusa in there as well. I saw them do the Refuse/Resist cover earlier this year and it wasn't the entire song, only the intro riffing before the vocals kick in. I gotta admit it was pretty cool.... I never expected them to do that. Hopefully they'll surprise me again this time with some deep cuts

Sweet. I can handle that as a cool intro. I forgot A.I.R. too. I don't think any Anthrax setlist is complete without that song.

I saw Joey do Medusa recently and I like the song but maybe it's because he was playing drums and singing but it really came off flat.

Sanitarium78
09-13-2011, 05:25 PM
Yeah I'd be happy to get NFL, Be All, End All, Among the Living and 2 more off POT like Belly of the Beast, In My World or Keep it in the Family. I know Joey played In My World pretty often solo. That could happen I think.


When I saw them in 2003 they did NFL, Be All End All and Belly Of The Beast. If they can do those with Bush there's no reason they can't pull them off with Joey. It still bothers me that since Joey's come back they've ignored POT so much.

bobbie solo
09-13-2011, 07:40 PM
Only sounds better with John Bush, but Joey did a very good job with it last night. It was my favorite part of the night bc it was the only thing they played that wasn't completely obvious.

larvtard
09-13-2011, 07:51 PM
"At Dawn They Sleep" was awesome too.

:eek::eek::eek:

I NEED A LINK NAOOO

makethemsuffer12
09-14-2011, 06:18 AM
:eek::eek::eek:

I NEED A LINK NAOOO
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8yvcN8nHeAs

Frankie actually handles the vocals pretty well (not that it's one of Slayer's harder songs, vocally).

larvtard
09-14-2011, 12:28 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8yvcN8nHeAs

Frankie actually handles the vocals pretty well (not that it's one of Slayer's harder songs, vocally).

Damn. Sound isn't great, but I'm so impressed that they did that song. That'd be so cool if Slayer pulled it out on their next tour :drool: Actually, they're probably doing at the Big 4, too.

And I don't know who Frankie is :lol:

converge241
09-14-2011, 07:53 PM
Surprised they did Only

makethemsuffer12
09-14-2011, 10:07 PM
And I don't know who Frankie is :lol:

Dude, just... dude.

Sanitarium78
09-15-2011, 07:18 AM
And I don't know who Frankie is :lol:

You see there's this guy who is named FRANK BELLO and he's the nephew of Charlie Benante, who happens to be the drummer of this little known thrash metal band from New York named Anthrax. Anyways, when Anthrax was getting set to record their 1985 album Spreading The Disease they needed a new bass player and Charlie asked his nephew, FRANK BELLO to join the band, so he did.

From that point on, FRANK BELLO would be the bass player for Anthrax. A job he still has today. I hope that clears things up on who "Frankie" is;)