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HECHO EN MEXICO
12-18-2004, 01:56 AM
Fireball Ministry: SUCKed D*CK (THEY SUCKED HARD!)


Mastodon (WAS BETTER BUT STILL A CRAPPY BAND!!)


Killswitch Engage: LETS JUST SAY A Killswitch Engage FAN WAS BORN ANH HIS NAME WAS HECHO , FUCK WHAT A BAD ASS METAL BAND Killswitch Engage WAS THEY ROCKED SO FUCKIN' HARD I WAS FUCKIN' SOCKED!!!
THE LEAD SINGER IS OUT OF THIS WORLD HE HOTS VERY HIGHT PITCHED SCREAMS, GROWLS, AND ALSO CAN SING (and very well).










SLAYER: WAS GREAT BUT WHAT A CRAPPY CARPY CRAPPY CRAPPY SET LIST!
(not as bad as ozzzfest but not good)


SLAYER PLAYED FUCKIN GREAT AND TOM'S VOICE WAS FUCKIN GREAT!

I HAD A GREAT TIME BUT I CANT GIVE IT 10 SentinelS
CUZ OF THE CRAPPY SET LIST, WAY WAY TOO MUCH OF THE NEW ALBUMS!



I WOULD LIKE TO TELL TOM "DO YOU REMEMBER A ALBUM
CALLED "SHOW NO MERCY"?





AND I DONT REMEMEBR THE WHOLE SET LIST (SORRY ED) BUT THE SONGS I DO REMEMEBER ARE: (BUT PRETTY MUCH THE SAME AS FRISCO)

god hates us all (a song they did play in frisco)
War Ensemble
Bloodline
Mandatory Suicide
Dead Skin Mask
Seasons In The Abyss
Hell Awaits
South Of Heaven
Angel Of Death
Raining Blood




DURING Angel Of Death
Raining Blood I HEAD BANGED SO FUCKIN HARD (AS IM TELLIN' YOU MY NEEK,UPPER BACK, FEET, EYES (cuz of the fuckin' flashing), AND FUCKIN' throat) HURT LIKE FUCK!!!!

SORRY ED I LOVE ANGEL OF DEATH (dont take it the wrong way i just like it)



AND TOM SAID AFTER A SONG (dont rememeber whitch one)

""....I WOULD LIKE TO SAY GOOD BYE TO ONE OF ARE FRINDS...."
AND THEN THE WHOLE PLACE STARTED TO CHANT DIMEBAG DIMEMBAG
(it was very cool)



WELL ITS 3 AM FEEL LIKE SHIT (too much head bangin and thowin punches in the air during rain in blood)




ALL I CAN SAY IS THANX ED (hot turkey ed) <i really mean it>

AND THANX FOR MAKIN' ME A NEW Killswitch Engage FAN!:D :party:


I GIVE THE SHOW 8 SentinelS




\ps. can u please edit the subject
its the 17th not the 18th.

KerryKingsBeard
12-18-2004, 02:38 AM
Hecho you are so straight forward with everything

HECHO EN MEXICO
12-18-2004, 02:43 AM
Hecho you are so straight forward with everythingKillswitch Engage RULES BITCH!

KerryKingsBeard
12-18-2004, 03:01 AM
Killswitch Engage RULES BITCH!


I THOUGHT FIREBALL MINISTRY WAS GOOD OPENING FOR ANTHRAX/DIO :mad:

hot_turkey_ed
12-18-2004, 03:43 AM
I THOUGHT FIREBALL MINISTRY WAS GOOD OPENING FOR ANTHRAX/DIO :mad:

Agreed. MJ and I both liked Fireball Ministry a lot at Dio...

Damn, Hecho... you completely went the other way on all the bands.. we hated (that's being diplomatic) Killswitch in SF... big thumbs up for Mastodon... and of course, the set list for Slayer was fine by us (but then again you are more of a Slayer guru than me)...

Bouville
12-18-2004, 07:36 AM
Hecho spends his whole time criticizing wannabe nu metal bands and he praises Killswitch :lol: :lol:

I hated that band, I gave them my back the whole time, I was just looking at the balcony and not looking at them. People were talking to me and telling me, "this bands sucks, I am with you"

So Hecho is a NU Metal fan now :lol: :lol:

ADD
12-18-2004, 08:27 AM
Yeah, pretty much everyone goes opposite form you Hecho:lol: Fireball Ministry were good opening for Dio/Anthrax and Mastodon are a great band. Killswtich are BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOORING.

HECHO EN MEXICO
12-18-2004, 09:55 AM
:(
*HURTS HECHO FEELINGS.*

I HAVE NEVER HEAD-BANGED SO HARD IN MY LIFE (MY NEEK AND THOAT ARE KILLIN' ME!, and i habve 100 tempature,)

RAIN IN BLOOD FUCKED MY KNEEK UP REALLY GOOD.

AND IM SORRY BUT THE LEAD SINGER IS OUT OF THIS WORLD A FEW YEARS FROM NOW THEY WILL HUGE! (K.E.)

HECHO EN MEXICO
12-18-2004, 09:58 AM
I ALMOST FELL ASLEEP DURRING FIREBALL MINISTRY Mastodon

AND IN LA Killswtich KICK ASS (EVERYBODY LOVED THEM!)

HECHO EN MEXICO
12-18-2004, 10:03 AM
can u please edit the subject

its the 17th not the 18th.
__________________
(TURKEY_)

hot_turkey_ed
12-18-2004, 11:26 AM
:(
*HURTS HECHO FEELINGS.*


Try coming out against Slayer sometime... welcome to my world. :D :lol:

HECHO EN MEXICO
12-18-2004, 11:34 AM
17th NOT 14TH!
:flame:

December 14th, 2005 ??WHAT THE FUCK TURKEY!

hot_turkey_ed
12-18-2004, 11:37 AM
17th NOT 14TH!
:flame: :stoned:

HECHO EN MEXICO
12-18-2004, 11:45 AM
:stoned:I SEE

.. ACAPULCO GOLD HA?
:eyes:

hot_turkey_ed
12-18-2004, 12:07 PM
I SEE

.. ACAPULCO GOLD HA?
:eyes:

Not quite... I don't have the hanging thingies in my car. :stoned:


It's more :sick: than :stoned:. :(

HECHO EN MEXICO
12-18-2004, 12:15 PM
Not quite... I don't have the hanging thingies in my car. :stoned:


It's more :sick: than :stoned:. :(IM SICK TOO (100 TEMPATURE AND FUCKIN SORE THOAT!):mad:

SnakeCharmer
12-18-2004, 01:46 PM
I was also present at this concert and here are my thoughts:

Fireball Ministry

-I have no idea what they did because I didnt show up in time.

Mastodon

-Sorry Hecho but this band was awesome! I have been looking forward to seeing them especially since Leviathan is my favorite album of the year and they didnt disappoint. They fully rocked out and I was totally impressed by drummer Brann Dailor. If you have listened to their albums you can hear that the drumming is phenomenal and in the live setting Brann didnt miss a beat. Bassist/Lead Vocalist Troy Sanders also did a great job. I liked how he mixed up the vocals from the studio versions. He moved around a lot and he engaged a lot with the crowd. Finally both guitarists Bill Kellhier and Brent Hinds were awesome playing their crushing riffs and leads. I swear that this band needs to explode on the metal scene and I will do my best to promot them. Their set list was the following (I could have sworn that they played one more song but I dont remember):

I Am Ahab
March of the Fire Ants
Where Strides the Behemoth
Iron Tusk
Megalodon
Blood and Thunder

Killswitch Engage

-I first saw this band live a couple of years ago and was not very impressed. I was given their new album for review and I liked a couple of songs but that was about it. I had no idea what kind of reception they would get especially from a Slayer crowd and I was totally surprised by what I saw. When they started I would say that half the amphitheater was filled up but by the time they ended I have to say that most of the place was there to see them and the majority liked what they saw. Of course, they played Rose of Sharyn which got a huge response and was dedicated to Dimebag (on a side note – What is it with all the sudden love for him? I am not criticizing or anything but I have never seen so many Pantera or Damageplan shirts at a metal concert before. It’s like the “in” thing right now in the metal community. It’s a tragedy what happened to him but I am not going to fake it and say that I loved his music. In my estimation it just seems that all of the sudden everyone was a fan of his music.)

-Anyways, so KSE did their thing and most people liked it. I had a better time watching the pit and I so hope more bands like KSE are teamed up with a band like Slayer because the pit action is very entertaining. Let me explain. I am sure that most of you have seen the way the hardcore kids mosh, its that kung-fu style. I think its lame and so do metal moshers. So it was funny to see the Slayer fans absolutely pounding these kung-fu kids.

Slayer

-To put it plainly, there is no equivalent to a Slayer show. In my experience there is a total different vibe than any other show I have gone too. It’s more violent, meaner and energetic than anything else and I wouldn’t want it any other way. Well, the craziness began just before Slayer was going to hit the stage when the stage lights were turned off. By this I mean that from my vantage point I could see that in two different sections, fans rushed the pit area to get in and many were successful. During this time I literally saw fear in the eyes of some of the security staff as they were literally unprepared for this rush of people. They were able to gain control because of the help from fans who defused the situation. With that over, the focus was on Slayer and I have to agree with Hecho in the fact that they play too much of the new stuff. IMO, the last great Slayer album was Seasons in the Abyss, everything else has been subpar, and I want to hear more of their 80’s stuff especially from their first 2 albums. Why are they so neglected?

-From my recollection, the set list was pretty much the same as what has already been posted but honestly at one point I literally got bored and I think that I came to the realization that seeing Slayer live is no longer exciting or that I reached my fill. There are certain bands that I don’t have to see live or that I have already seen live and I don’t care to see them again and I think that has happened with Slayer. It’s not that they put a boring show or my disappointment with the set list, it’s the fact that it’s the same show every time with the same comments, same antics and same of everything. Hey Tom, how about you change your comments before “Necrophiliac”? I swear that it was exactly the same as what he says in the Still Reigning DVD.

-Finally, the rain of blood effect was not as good as I was hoping it to be. From my perspective, I could not even see it “rain”. All of the sudden Kerry, Jeff and Tom were soaked in “blood”.

Overall, the night was good and I am glad I went. Mastodon was definitely the highlight of the evening followed by the classic Slayer songs. I didn’t buy any gear because I can’t justify paying at least $30 for metal t-shirts anymore. I have the money but I want something different if I am going to buy gear.

HECHO EN MEXICO
12-18-2004, 04:34 PM
I was also present at this concert and here are my thoughts:

Fireball Ministry

-I have no idea what they did because I didnt show up in time.

Mastodon

-Sorry Hecho but this band was awesome! I have been looking forward to seeing them especially since Leviathan is my favorite album of the year and they didnt disappoint. They fully rocked out and I was totally impressed by drummer Brann Dailor. If you have listened to their albums you can hear that the drumming is phenomenal and in the live setting Brann didnt miss a beat. Bassist/Lead Vocalist Troy Sanders also did a great job. I liked how he mixed up the vocals from the studio versions. He moved around a lot and he engaged a lot with the crowd. Finally both guitarists Bill Kellhier and Brent Hinds were awesome playing their crushing riffs and leads. I swear that this band needs to explode on the metal scene and I will do my best to promot them. Their set list was the following (I could have sworn that they played one more song but I dont remember):

I Am Ahab
March of the Fire Ants
Where Strides the Behemoth
Iron Tusk
Megalodon
Blood and Thunder

Killswitch Engage

-I first saw this band live a couple of years ago and was not very impressed. I was given their new album for review and I liked a couple of songs but that was about it. I had no idea what kind of reception they would get especially from a Slayer crowd and I was totally surprised by what I saw. When they started I would say that half the amphitheater was filled up but by the time they ended I have to say that most of the place was there to see them and the majority liked what they saw. Of course, they played Rose of Sharyn which got a huge response and was dedicated to Dimebag (on a side note – What is it with all the sudden love for him? I am not criticizing or anything but I have never seen so many Pantera or Damageplan shirts at a metal concert before. It’s like the “in” thing right now in the metal community. It’s a tragedy what happened to him but I am not going to fake it and say that I loved his music. In my estimation it just seems that all of the sudden everyone was a fan of his music.)

-Anyways, so KSE did their thing and most people liked it. I had a better time watching the pit and I so hope more bands like KSE are teamed up with a band like Slayer because the pit action is very entertaining. Let me explain. I am sure that most of you have seen the way the hardcore kids mosh, its that kung-fu style. I think its lame and so do metal moshers. So it was funny to see the Slayer fans absolutely pounding these kung-fu kids.

Slayer

-To put it plainly, there is no equivalent to a Slayer show. In my experience there is a total different vibe than any other show I have gone too. It’s more violent, meaner and energetic than anything else and I wouldn’t want it any other way. Well, the craziness began just before Slayer was going to hit the stage when the stage lights were turned off. By this I mean that from my vantage point I could see that in two different sections, fans rushed the pit area to get in and many were successful. During this time I literally saw fear in the eyes of some of the security staff as they were literally unprepared for this rush of people. They were able to gain control because of the help from fans who defused the situation. With that over, the focus was on Slayer and I have to agree with Hecho in the fact that they play too much of the new stuff. IMO, the last great Slayer album was Seasons in the Abyss, everything else has been subpar, and I want to hear more of their 80’s stuff especially from their first 2 albums. Why are they so neglected?

-From my recollection, the set list was pretty much the same as what has already been posted but honestly at one point I literally got bored and I think that I came to the realization that seeing Slayer live is no longer exciting or that I reached my fill. There are certain bands that I don’t have to see live or that I have already seen live and I don’t care to see them again and I think that has happened with Slayer. It’s not that they put a boring show or my disappointment with the set list, it’s the fact that it’s the same show every time with the same comments, same antics and same of everything. Hey Tom, how about you change your comments before “Necrophiliac”? I swear that it was exactly the same as what he says in the Still Reigning DVD.

-Finally, the rain of blood effect was not as good as I was hoping it to be. From my perspective, I could not even see it “rain”. All of the sudden Kerry, Jeff and Tom were soaked in “blood”.

Overall, the night was good and I am glad I went. Mastodon was definitely the highlight of the evening followed by the classic Slayer songs. I didn’t buy any gear because I can’t justify paying at least $30 for metal t-shirts anymore. I have the money but I want something different if I am going to buy gear.IM GLAD YOU AGREE WITH ME TOO (WITH THE CRAPPY SET LIST SLAYER PLAYED!)

Seasons in the Abyss WAS THE LAS GREAT ALBUM (IAGREE 100% with you buddy & prob the last timne we will agree on somthing)

ADD
12-18-2004, 07:25 PM
:(
*HURTS HECHO FEELINGS.*

I HAVE NEVER HEAD-BANGED SO HARD IN MY LIFE (MY NEEK AND THOAT ARE KILLIN' ME!, and i habve 100 tempature,)

RAIN IN BLOOD FUCKED MY KNEEK UP REALLY GOOD.

AND IM SORRY BUT THE LEAD SINGER IS OUT OF THIS WORLD A FEW YEARS FROM NOW THEY WILL HUGE! (K.E.)

Sorry :party: But that's what you get for listening to nu metal In Flames ripoffs:D

PowerMaiden
12-19-2004, 11:19 AM
Althought I kind of agree with you guys about the fact that It would be fun to hear something different from the first couple of albums (ex. Metal Storm\ Face The Slayer) , God Hates Us All is an amazing album, and I will never be bored of hearing Slayer play some songs from it live.



Cheers !!!
PowerMaiden

rionorteline
12-19-2004, 10:01 PM
Fireball is not a bad band. Check out their newest albumn "Second Great Awakening" its worth listening too, plus I enjoyed looking at their bass player.


Fireball Ministry: SUCKed D*CK (THEY SUCKED HARD!)


Mastodon (WAS BETTER BUT STILL A CRAPPY BAND!!)


Killswitch Engage: LETS JUST SAY A Killswitch Engage FAN WAS BORN ANH HIS NAME WAS HECHO , FUCK WHAT A BAD ASS METAL BAND Killswitch Engage WAS THEY ROCKED SO FUCKIN' HARD I WAS FUCKIN' SOCKED!!!
THE LEAD SINGER IS OUT OF THIS WORLD HE HOTS VERY HIGHT PITCHED SCREAMS, GROWLS, AND ALSO CAN SING (and very well).










SLAYER: WAS GREAT BUT WHAT A CRAPPY CARPY CRAPPY CRAPPY SET LIST!
(not as bad as ozzzfest but not good)


SLAYER PLAYED FUCKIN GREAT AND TOM'S VOICE WAS FUCKIN GREAT!

I HAD A GREAT TIME BUT I CANT GIVE IT 10 SentinelS
CUZ OF THE CRAPPY SET LIST, WAY WAY TOO MUCH OF THE NEW ALBUMS!



I WOULD LIKE TO TELL TOM "DO YOU REMEMBER A ALBUM
CALLED "SHOW NO MERCY"?





AND I DONT REMEMEBR THE WHOLE SET LIST (SORRY ED) BUT THE SONGS I DO REMEMEBER ARE: (BUT PRETTY MUCH THE SAME AS FRISCO)

god hates us all (a song they did play in frisco)
War Ensemble
Bloodline
Mandatory Suicide
Dead Skin Mask
Seasons In The Abyss
Hell Awaits
South Of Heaven
Angel Of Death
Raining Blood




DURING Angel Of Death
Raining Blood I HEAD BANGED SO FUCKIN HARD (AS IM TELLIN' YOU MY NEEK,UPPER BACK, FEET, EYES (cuz of the fuckin' flashing), AND FUCKIN' throat) HURT LIKE FUCK!!!!

SORRY ED I LOVE ANGEL OF DEATH (dont take it the wrong way i just like it)



AND TOM SAID AFTER A SONG (dont rememeber whitch one)

""....I WOULD LIKE TO SAY GOOD BYE TO ONE OF ARE FRINDS...."
AND THEN THE WHOLE PLACE STARTED TO CHANT DIMEBAG DIMEMBAG
(it was very cool)



WELL ITS 3 AM FEEL LIKE SHIT (too much head bangin and thowin punches in the air during rain in blood)




ALL I CAN SAY IS THANX ED (hot turkey ed) <i really mean it>

AND THANX FOR MAKIN' ME A NEW Killswitch Engage FAN!:D :party:


I GIVE THE SHOW 8 SentinelS




\ps. can u please edit the subject
its the 17th not the 18th.

HECHO EN MEXICO
12-19-2004, 10:46 PM
Fireball is not a bad band. Check out their newest albumn "Second Great Awakening" its worth listening too, plus I enjoyed looking at their bass player.im i THE ONLY ONE THAT LIKED
Killswitch Engage

:eyes:

SnakeCharmer
12-19-2004, 11:22 PM
im i THE ONLY ONE THAT LIKED
Killswitch Engage

:eyes:

On this board? Yes? :D

But at the show on Friday you were not alone.

hot_turkey_ed
12-19-2004, 11:26 PM
On this board? Yes? :D

But at the show on Friday you were not alone.

In SF.. a lot of people went fucking bonkers for them too...

HECHO EN MEXICO
12-20-2004, 12:13 AM
On this board? Yes? :D

But at the show on Friday you were not alone.OK
*HECHO FEELS BETTER*