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TheClairvoyant
11-09-2012, 03:36 AM
Only caught a couple of songs from the first band, they were decent, they're called Diaries of a Hero if anybody is interested.

Anthrax set:

1. Caught in a Mosh
2. Fight 'Em Till You Can't
3. Antisocial
4. Indians
5. In The End
6. Madhouse
7. Got the Time
8. I Am the Law

Anthrax were outstanding, you can clearly tell that they put a 100% effort into they're live performances. The whole band was spot on, I just wish they could play for a lot longer then they did. I've also never seen the Newcastle Hall City venue this full for a support band, they also got an even louder response to Motorhead, this basically says that they need to do a FULL UK tour. 9.5

Motorhead set:

1. I Know How to Die
2. Damage Case
3. Stay Clean
4. Metropolis
5. Over the Top
6. One Night Stand
7. Guitar Solo
8. Rock It
9. Sacrifice
10. The Chase Is Better Than the Catch
11. The One to Sing the Blues (With Drum Solo)
12. You Better Run
13. Going to Brazil
14. Killed by Death
15. Ace of Spades
Encore:
16. Orgasmatron
17. Overkill

Motorhead was great as usual, the sound was great for the most part, however it did dip every now and then though. I also think nobody at the venue could understand a word Lemmy was saying/mumbling, so everybody just kept responding with ''YEAAAAHHHHHHHHH :rocker:''. 8.0

So overall, a great night!

300%_Density
11-09-2012, 06:43 AM
This Motörhead set makes me skeptical of the previous Motörhead set posted yesterday.

ravenheart
11-09-2012, 07:05 AM
This Motörhead set makes me skeptical of the previous Motörhead set posted yesterday.

It's not unusual for them to switch songs around for the first two or three nights of their tours.

300%_Density
11-09-2012, 07:32 AM
It's not unusual for them to switch songs around for the first two or three nights of their tours.

I could understand a song or 2. But they don't seem like they are the type of band who would switch 4 or 5 songs within a night or 2.

ravenheart
11-09-2012, 07:59 AM
I could understand a song or 2. But they don't seem like they are the type of band who would switch 4 or 5 songs within a night or 2.

I haven't looked to check, but from memory it's only 2 isn't it? I Know How To Die moved to opener, Sacrifice moved to mid-set?

300%_Density
11-09-2012, 08:49 AM
I haven't looked to check, but from memory it's only 2 isn't it? I Know How To Die moved to opener, Sacrifice moved to mid-set?

Actually no I think you're right. I think they are a different order. I guess I didn't look as close.

toolfansat
11-09-2012, 08:53 AM
When was the last time Anthrax played 10 or more songs in a set? :confused:

Also, I had heard that Charlie Benante was not playing on this tour... confirmed?

TheClairvoyant
11-09-2012, 08:59 AM
When was the last time Anthrax played 10 or more songs in a set? :confused:

Also, I had heard that Charlie Benante was not playing on this tour... confirmed?

Yeah, it wasn't Charlie, I don't know who it was I'm afraid, he was an excellent drummer though. Didn't Charlie and his wife get arrested?

Update: Charlie's temporary replacement is named Jason Bitner, the drummer of Shadow Falls, here's the source:
http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/news/wtf/anthrax_drummer_charlie_benante_and_wife_arrested. html

anomynous
11-09-2012, 09:53 AM
Nope, it's Jon Dette.



Jason was for the US tour. He's busy doing SF now, but they had to cancel shows because Bittner has something wrong with his pancreas or something.

TheClairvoyant
11-09-2012, 10:03 AM
Nope, it's Jon Dette.



Jason was for the US tour. He's busy doing SF now, but they had to cancel shows because Bittner has something wrong with his pancreas or something.

Thanks for the correction :) who does Jon Dette play for?

anomynous
11-09-2012, 10:08 AM
He used to be in Slayer

ravenheart
11-09-2012, 10:29 AM
His time in Testament is more significant.

IrritatedTrout
11-09-2012, 12:34 PM
I could understand a song or 2. But they don't seem like they are the type of band who would switch 4 or 5 songs within a night or 2.

During the Euro tour last year things got moved around a bit. By the time I saw it in Germany they had rearranged the order, dropped a few, and added some obscure stuff like I'll Be Your Sister.

Sanitarium78
11-09-2012, 04:41 PM
When was the last time Anthrax played 10 or more songs in a set? :confused:


On every headlining tour they've done for the last 20 plus years;) Don't forget they were the opener here. I know that seems strange here in the US but over in England, Anthrax opening for Motorhead is probably not out of the ordinary.

Travis The Dragon
11-10-2012, 06:54 PM
When was the last time Anthrax played 10 or more songs in a set? :confused:
Their headlining shows have more songs: http://www.metalsetlists.com/showthread.php?t=21539