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tenchimyo
12-07-2013, 07:43 AM
full review (http://heavymetalcowboysteve.blogspot.com/2013/12/lamb-of-god-killswitch-engage-testament.html)

Same setlists as the other dates I think

Chuck Billy came out and did Redneck w/ Lamb of God, so that was cool.

Jill Janus's voice was pretty shot during this last date of the tour :/

setlists:
Huntress (6:45- 7:08)


Senicide
Destroy Your Life
Spell Eater
I Want To Fuck You To Death
Zenith
Eight of Swords


Testament (7:30- 8:09)


Rise Up
More Than Meets the Eye
The Preacher
Native Blood
Into the Pit
The New Order
Disciples of the Watch
Over the Wall



Killswitch Engage


A Bid Farewell
The New Awakening
Fixation on the Darkness
Rose of Sharyn
Beyond the Flames
This Is Absolution
Always
In the Unblind
Life to Lifeless
Turning Point
My Last Serenade
In Due Time
My Curse
The End of Heartache




Lamb of God

Desolation
Ghost Walking
Walk With Me in Hell
Hourglass
Set to Fail
Now You've Got Something to Die For
The Undertow
Omerta
Ruin
11th Hour

Vigil
Laid to Rest
Redneck
Black Label

IrritatedTrout
12-07-2013, 08:13 AM
Seeing Chuck do Redneck would be awesome.

tenchimyo
12-08-2013, 11:03 AM
Seeing Chuck do Redneck would be awesome.

Took me a minute to realize it then I was like
hey that is Chuck Billy, what's he doing up there!?

ezeblazin
12-08-2013, 02:47 PM
Lamb of God and Killswitch killed it.

The crowd was lame for Testament though. The pits were dead for a good portion of the set, leaving room for the hardcore dancers to do their nonsense. I'm can put up with with hardcore dancers at hardcore shows, but seeing them in a Testament pit and not getting put on their asses was a damn shame.

Oh and what Chuck Billy was throwing out were mouthguards... I got myself one...hehe.

tenchimyo
12-09-2013, 08:33 AM
Lamb of God and Killswitch killed it.

The crowd was lame for Testament though. The pits were dead for a good portion of the set, leaving room for the hardcore dancers to do their nonsense. I'm can put up with with hardcore dancers at hardcore shows, but seeing them in a Testament pit and not getting put on their asses was a damn shame.

Oh and what Chuck Billy was throwing out were mouthguards... I got myself one...hehe.

ah man, I'm glad that I didn't see the pits in detail, because that BS of the hardcore "dancers" might have enraged me enough to go in and try to do what must be done (but probably end up battered).

ah I ddi see those mouthguards at the merch booth- whose bright idea was that? I can't imagine many MMA/footballers/hockey goons there would would have gotten them...