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es156
07-23-2006, 12:33 PM
TOUR: Rob Zombie American Witch Tour
SUPPORT: Anthrax
VENUE: Roberts Stadium, Evansville, IN
DATE: July 18th, 2006

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A few days before the show, things fell into place and we decided to make the 2.5 hour trek to Evansville to catch The American Witch Tour. General admission tickets were still available (I took that as a sign) so I snagged two and the plans were made. After having seen both Rob Zombie (w/Maiden) and Anthrax (w/Priest) last year, I had a pretty good idea that this show would not disappoint.

Venue Report:
Roberts Stadium was a decent arena and the sound was fairly good. Oddly enough, security made the crowd sit on the floor before the show. We walked into the arena and down to the floor and could not figure out why everyone was sitting on the floor. Then security came up to us and told us that we had to sit down until the show started. I guess they have had problems before shows so they make everyone sit. Bizarre! Other than that, security really did not hassle anyone. I would go to another show there.

Crowd Report:
We had no idea what to expect from the crowd in this southern Indiana town (which is almost on the Kentucky border), but I have to give credit where it is due. The crowd was absolutely insane. The moshing during Anthrax was hard and heavy and the crush during Zombie was impressive. There were people crowd surfing during the entire Zombie set. There were men, women and children surfing and it was constant with as many as 3 or 4 surfing at the same time. It was pretty amazing for a fairly small crowd. One guy was carried out on a stretcher and another was literally dragged out in handcuffs!

Show Report:
Anthrax was outstanding and the current lineup seems to really be firing on all cylinders. I would recommend seeing them any chance you get. They cranked out the classics and put a lot of energy into their set. My only complaint was that they did not get more time. The crowd was not ready for their set to end. Antisocial and I Am The Law were highlights. And I caught a pick from Scott Ian.

Anthrax Set:
1. Indians
2. Got the Time
3. Caught in a Mosh
4. Antisocial
5. N.F.L.
6. A Skeleton in the Closet
7. I Am The Law
8. Bring the Noise

50min.

Vocals: Joey Belladonna
Guitar: Scott Ian
Guitar: Dan Spitz
Bass: Frank Bello
Drums: Charlie Benante


Rob Zombie and his current band are tight. I like Educated Horses and I think that the new material sounded great live. After the first song Rob announced that he was sick and I was afraid that he might cut the set short. But even though he had some throat problems, they still played a full set. It was a great show. There was a 10’ robot wandering around on stage during More Human Than Human. The video screens were constantly running and the lights were cool but not over the top.

Towards the end of the show, Rob stated that he could not think straight (because of the cold medicine) so he asked the crowd for requests. After asking the first person he said “you really want us to play Paul Stanley’s solo record?” Of course, John 5 started playing it but Rob cut him off. Then after asking a few more people he said “alright, we can play that.” They then proceeded to play about 75% of Enter Sandman. The crowd went totally nuts. Then during Thunder Kiss ’65, John 5 played a solo which ended with the band breaking into Paranoid. The crowd again went nuts but the band cut it after a few bars and finished Thunder Kiss. It was cool and the band was definitely having fun. Other highlights were Let It All Bleed Out, Foxy Foxy, and of course Super-Charger Heaven. Overall, this was an excellent show and well worth the price.

Rob Zombie Set:
1. American Witch
2. Demon Speeding
3. Living Dead Girl
4. More Human Than Human
5. Never Gonna Stop
6. House of 1000 Corpses
7. Let it all Bleed Out
8. Superbeast
9. Super-Charger Heaven
10. Foxy Foxy
11. Enter Sandman
12. Thunder Kiss ‘65

13. Devil's Rejects
14. Dragula
15. Lords of Salem

90min.

Vocals: Rob Zombie
Guitar: John 5
Bass: Piggy D
Drums: Tommy Clufetos

After the show, we went to check the merchandise and I saw a young kid in a Zombie shirt standing with his parents. The parents were fairly well dressed and looked extremely uncomfortable. I could only imagine what was going through their minds after that show! So, I thought I would just find out. I walked over to the dad and I very politely said “Sir, what did you think of tonight’s show?” (Of course, I am wearing my Maiden - Death on the Road shirt and I could see the kid’s mom looking at me like I was a freak, ha ha.) After a healthy pause the dad says “it was different.” I just had to laugh. I said “good answer – it was definitely different!” I could see the kid laughing and the dad even cracked a smile. It was too funny.

hot_turkey_ed
07-23-2006, 02:07 PM
I will listen today to both my Rob Zombie album in honor of this writeup. :cool:

EvilCheeseWedge
07-23-2006, 04:40 PM
:horns:

ADD
07-23-2006, 04:51 PM
Anthrax's non-headlining setlists have been weak lately. Good thing they had a kickass one when they opened for Dio.

sylpriest
07-23-2006, 05:01 PM
Anthrax's non-headlining setlists have been weak lately. Good thing they had a kickass one when they opened for Dio.

Yeah that set sucks.....badly. No Among the Living????

Why play Bring the Noise?????

The Zombie set is good but he needs to play more then 15 songs

Maiden33
07-23-2006, 06:33 PM
Yeah, what is up with that Anthrax set list? No songs off of my favorite Belladonna-era 'Thrax album, Spreading the Disease... not even the regulars like A.I.R. or Madhouse...

ADD
07-23-2006, 06:36 PM
Yeah, what is up with that Anthrax set list? No songs off of my favorite Belladonna-era 'Thrax album, Spreading the Disease... not even the regulars like A.I.R. or Madhouse...
That album has soooooooooooo many great tunes, they need to start playing Medusa, Gung-Ho, Armed & Dangerous, and Lone Justice again:rocker: :rocker: :rocker:

DethMaiden
07-23-2006, 06:43 PM
The Anthrax one is weak. It's missing Only.

The Zombie one slams, but if you're gonna cover a Metallica song, cover a good one. Why didn't we get Devil's Rejects this spring? :mad:

ADD
07-23-2006, 06:44 PM
The Zombie one slams, but if you're gonna cover a Metallica song, cover a good one.

They did:party:

es156
07-26-2006, 04:15 PM
Anthrax's non-headlining setlists have been weak lately. Good thing they had a kickass one when they opened for Dio.
The Anthrax set may have been somewhat "cookie-cutter" but they still thrashed!

:rocker:

hewolfff99
08-02-2006, 07:21 AM
It's close to the edmonton show. Except anthrax played Madhouse instead of N.F.L. and Rob Zombie played 2 extra songs because it was John 5's bday. They played manson/eurythmics "sweet dreams" and did a second encore and played feels so numb.

DethMaiden
08-02-2006, 09:42 AM
and did a second encore and played feels so numb.

I FEEL SO GOOD, I FEEL SO NUMB YEAH!

MetalDrummer888
08-02-2006, 09:42 AM
Yeah that set sucks.....badly. N
anthrax sucks :zzz:

ADD
08-02-2006, 10:09 AM
anthrax sucks :zzz:
You sucks :agree:

es156
08-02-2006, 11:05 AM
anthrax sucks :zzz:
So, let me get this straight. You don't like Anthrax or Megadeth??

:confused:

DethMaiden
08-02-2006, 11:07 AM
So, let me get this straight. You don't like Anthrax or Megadeth??

:confused:

And loves Children of Bodom. Poor soul.

ADD
08-02-2006, 11:08 AM
So, let me get this straight. You don't like Anthrax or Megadeth??

:confused:
He doesn't like thrash in general, except Slayer.

And yes, Bodom:boohoo: :( :nonono: Those guys make me sicker than In Flames do with their sellout bullshit.

Prediction: Alexi will be the next musician to die an alcohol-related death.

DethMaiden
08-02-2006, 11:09 AM
=
Prediction: Alexi will be the next musician to die an alcohol-related death.

And then we'll have to hear Zakk Wylde talk about what a relationship they had in every interview :eyes:

ADD
08-02-2006, 11:10 AM
And then we'll have to hear Zakk Wylde talk about what a relationship they had in every interview :eyes:
:lol: :lol: :lol:

es156
08-02-2006, 11:11 AM
It's close to the edmonton show. Except anthrax played Madhouse instead of N.F.L. and Rob Zombie played 2 extra songs because it was John 5's bday. They played manson/eurythmics "sweet dreams" and did a second encore and played feels so numb.
I was hoping Anthrax would play Madhouse, but that is a tough trade for NFL, which was good live. I was somewhat surprised that Zombie did not play Feel So Numb. I would have rather heard it than some of the songs they did play. But I am not complaining!

DethMaiden
08-02-2006, 11:11 AM
:lol: :lol: :lol:

BEFORE:
"This next one's dedicated to my good friend, Dime. It's called In This River"

AFTER:
"This next one's dedicated to my good friend, Alexi. It's called In This Lake Bodom"

:eyes:

ADD
08-02-2006, 11:13 AM
BEFORE:
"This next one's dedicated to my good friend, Dime. It's called In This River"

AFTER:
"This next one's dedicated to my good friend, Alexi. It's called In This Lake Bodom"

:eyes:
EXCELLENT:lol: :lol: :lol:

I don't think Zakk could honestly play any of Alexi's stuff though:eyes: Maybe the new stuff, but I'm pretty sure he couldn't shred out songs like Lake Bodom.

es156
08-02-2006, 11:13 AM
And then we'll have to hear Zakk Wylde talk about what a relationship they had in every interview :eyes:

:lol:

hewolfff99
08-02-2006, 11:41 AM
i woulda like to have heard scum of the earth, and more white zombie stuff.

hot_turkey_ed
08-02-2006, 11:50 AM
EXCELLENT:lol: :lol: :lol:

I don't think Zakk could honestly play any of Alexi's stuff though:eyes: Maybe the new stuff, but I'm pretty sure he couldn't shred out songs like Lake Bodom.

I bet Zakk could do it. The real question is whether either can play as fast as Dragonforce. :kingfools

sneakbobcat
08-02-2006, 12:44 PM
I turned down the chance to see Anthrax on a headlining tour.
It was £25 ($40) though, which was a bit pricy for me at the time

MetalDrummer888
08-02-2006, 02:02 PM
He doesn't like thrash in general, except Slayer.
i like overkill . . . i just dont like any of the big4 besides slayer


And yes, Bodom:boohoo: :( :nonono: Those guys make me sicker than In Flames do with their sellout bullshit.
that is silly. In Flames commercialized their sound 100x than bodom did. true, AYDY? is not an amazing album, but just because they lightened up a bit on FTR and HCDR doesnt mean they sold out, they just changed their sound a bit


Prediction: Alexi will be the next musician to die an alcohol-related death.
possible . . . but i hope not for a long time


during the unholly alliance, the lamb of god singer was getting a cheers for the other bands there and he introduced bodom as "the band that will blow your mind and destroy your liver, the mighty Children of Bodom" :lol:

ADD
08-02-2006, 02:47 PM
that is silly. In Flames commercialized their sound 100x than bodom did. true, AYDY? is not an amazing album, but just because they lightened up a bit on FTR and HCDR doesnt mean they sold out, they just changed their sound a bit



during the unholly alliance, the lamb of god singer was getting a cheers for the other bands there and he introduced bodom as "the band that will blow your mind and destroy your liver, the mighty Children of Bodom" :lol:

They sold out, AYDY? is metalcore and they are now all over the place commercialized 100%.

:lol:

MetalDrummer888
08-02-2006, 05:37 PM
They sold out, AYDY? is metalcore and they are now all over the place commercialized 100%.


make no mistake, i was highly dissapointed by that album to, but it is not metalcore . . . it has some metalcore elements, but if you think that is metalcore then that just shows how little you know. Listen to bands like Lamb of God or Killswitch Engage and you will fully understand how terrible metalcore is instead of just dissing it because you think it is cool. Maybe you dont like the musical direction they have taken lately but that is an opinion, it doesnt mean they "sold out." Also, i dont see how you can possibly say that bodom commercialized . . . i think a more proper term would be "they got popular." You may not understand this with your head in the clouds, but being a musician is a job and they have to make money. Children of Bodom is not like your folk metal bands that think having fans is selling out. They are in it to make money, and if that means advertizing more and promoting their music more then so be it. they have been touring almost non-stop and they deserve a fan boost. I don't think you even understand what commercializing is really. commercializing is what rappers do . . . endorsing shoe and clothing companies, making their music videos into fasion shows. What you you really need to understand is there is a difference between selling-out and becoming popular because of exellent musicianship and rigorous touring. Besides AYDY? is hardly a commercial record . . . it is arguably their heaviest and is far less melodic or catchy than hatebreeder, FTR or HCDR. Ever considered that maybe bodom changed their sound to be more metalcore, not to sell-out and become popular like you assume, but because they were influenced by bands they toured with and wanted to incorperate a sound they liked into their music?

If you think bodom has sold out then you dont know what the fuck you are talking about.




:)

hot_turkey_ed
08-02-2006, 08:16 PM
make no mistake, i was highly dissapointed by that album to, but it is not metalcore . . . it has some metalcore elements, but if you think that is metalcore then that just shows how little you know. Listen to bands like Lamb of God or Killswitch Engage and you will fully understand how terrible metalcore is instead of just dissing it because you think it is cool. Maybe you dont like the musical direction they have taken lately but that is an opinion, it doesnt mean they "sold out." Also, i dont see how you can possibly say that bodom commercialized . . . i think a more proper term would be "they got popular." You may not understand this with your head in the clouds, but being a musician is a job and they have to make money. Children of Bodom is not like your folk metal bands that think having fans is selling out. They are in it to make money, and if that means advertizing more and promoting their music more then so be it. they have been touring almost non-stop and they deserve a fan boost. I don't think you even understand what commercializing is really. commercializing is what rappers do . . . endorsing shoe and clothing companies, making their music videos into fasion shows. What you you really need to understand is there is a difference between selling-out and becoming popular because of exellent musicianship and rigorous touring. Besides AYDY? is hardly a commercial record . . . it is arguably their heaviest and is far less melodic or catchy than hatebreeder, FTR or HCDR. Ever considered that maybe bodom changed their sound to be more metalcore, not to sell-out and become popular like you assume, but because they were influenced by bands they toured with and wanted to incorperate a sound they liked into their music?

If you think bodom has sold out then you dont know what the fuck you are talking about.




:)

Bodom is well on their way to selling out. The amount of press Alexi has received this last year has been a total media blowjob. Bodom's first three albums compared to their last reveals an incredible movement toward mainstream metal, especially that which shows up regularly on the Headbanger's Ball. Those kind of compromises smell like "selling out" to me, a compromise in an artist's musical integrity for the sake of a dollar.

I'm not against a band making a dollar (or lots of them, for that matter) but when I detect a change massive change away from a sound I really like, it had better be good. I find the change in Bodom's to be uninspired and generic, not unlike what Arch Enemy has done with their last album.

Dismissing metalcore as a genre for being terrible is as close-minded as condemning blue grass or jazz. A lot of metalcore outfits execute well but its basic rhythm and structure may not be your thing. That's far from being necessarily terrible.

MetalDrummer888
08-02-2006, 08:27 PM
Bodom is well on their way to selling out. The amount of press Alexi has received this last year has been a total media blowjob. Bodom's first three albums compared to their last reveals an incredible movement toward mainstream metal, especially that which shows up regularly on the Headbanger's Ball. Those kind of compromises smell like "selling out" to me, a compromise in an artist's musical integrity for the sake of a dollar.

Oh My God!!!! A Metal band is getting press, and is finally on a show on tv so i can watch them . . . they are now so popular they can tour regularly in the US . . . they must be selling out!!!
:hecho:


I'm not against a band making a dollar (or lots of them, for that matter) but when I detect a change massive change away from a sound I really like, it had better be good. I find the change in Bodom's to be uninspired and generic, not unlike what Arch Enemy has done with their last album.

well that is a personal preference . . . i didnt like the new album either, but it doesnt mean they sold-out.

I dont know how you can find Doomsday Machine to be uninspired.


Dismissing metalcore as a genre for being terrible is as close-minded as condemning blue grass or jazz. A lot of metalcore outfits execute well but its basic rhythm and structure may not be your thing. That's far from being necessarily terrible.

jazz and bluegrass are much more emotional and challenging forms of music to play . . . most metalcore bands are cookie-cutter produced and lack any real talent or creativity . . . try coming up with a metalcore song . . . there really is nothing to it. besides those genres have both withstood the test of time and excersize a huge influence on today's pop music. Watch how long metalcore stays popular . . . just like disco the hype will die down and all the kids who listen to it just because they think its cool will stop . . . and those metalcore bands will be left without a fanbase, realease a best of, and then die.

sylpriest
08-02-2006, 08:27 PM
total media blowjob.


YEAH BABY!!!!!!

MetalDrummer888
08-02-2006, 08:28 PM
YEAH BABY!!!!!!
ok . . . :eyes:

sylpriest
08-02-2006, 08:29 PM
ok . . . :eyes:

I just got finished watching Austin Powers:D

hot_turkey_ed
08-02-2006, 08:47 PM
Oh My God!!!! A Metal band is getting press, and is finally on a show on tv so i can watch them . . . they are now so popular they can tour regularly in the US . . . they must be selling out!!!
:hecho:


well that is a personal preference . . . i didnt like the new album either, but it doesnt mean they sold-out.

I dont know how you can find Doomsday Machine to be uninspired.



jazz and bluegrass are much more emotional and challenging forms of music to play . . . most metalcore bands are cookie-cutter produced and lack any real talent or creativity . . . try coming up with a metalcore song . . . there really is nothing to it. besides those genres have both withstood the test of time and excersize a huge influence on today's pop music. Watch how long metalcore stays popular . . . just like disco the hype will die down and all the kids who listen to it just because they think its cool will stop . . . and those metalcore bands will be left without a fanbase, realease a best of, and then die.


Listen to the basic rhythms of Bodom's last album and relate them to the mainstream metal market. Bodom's last abum fits well on Ozzfest's second stage. Bodom is certainly trying to appeal to much wide audience. Fans usually consider that selling out.

Compare Doomsday with its predecessors. The riffing is far more basic than the first two Angela albums and those are far less complex or extreme than the first three. Nemesis was their big single..does that sing along really compare with the nasty lyrics from their past?

Jazz and bluegress challenging? Sure, they can be but anyone can make a cookie cutter album in either of those genres too. There's more to good metalcore than the breakdown and one note rhythms. To some people, metalcore is their music. They can play it with as much passion, piss, and vinegar as in any metal genre. You're right about the longevity factor but that can be said about a lot of music; there will be bands that survive, just as bands from my school days have survived. This thread started out on Nu (Rob) and Anthrax (thread). Both those genres are in legacy mode. Metalcore will largely go the same way.. and then there will be something new.

It really makes me laugh when people play the music superiority game. It's usually a ritual of justifying one's preferences and feeling better about their own music. Let people have their music, whatever it is.

SomewhereInTime72
08-02-2006, 08:56 PM
Are You Dead Yet? was MOSTLY above average metalcore IMO. :hmm:

sylpriest
08-02-2006, 09:02 PM
Well I love metalcore...but hate CoB....so AYDY? isn't metalcore:party:

MetalDrummer888
08-02-2006, 09:27 PM
Listen to the basic rhythms of Bodom's last album and relate them to the mainstream metal market. Bodom's last abum fits well on Ozzfest's second stage. Bodom is certainly trying to appeal to much wide audience. Fans usually consider that selling out.
maybe they just felt like incorporating some metalcore elements because the felt like it, not because they thought it would get them more fans


Compare Doomsday with its predecessors. The riffing is far more basic than the first two Angela albums and those are far less complex or extreme than the first three. Nemesis was their big single..does that sing along really compare with the nasty lyrics from their past?
doomsday has much more inspired guitarwork than anthems imo


Jazz and bluegress challenging? Sure, they can be but anyone can make a cookie cutter album in either of those genres too. There's more to good metalcore than the breakdown and one note rhythms.
yea there are the whiny pop vocals :hecho:


You're right about the longevity factor but that can be said about a lot of music; there will be bands that survive, just as bands from my school days have survived.
You know what will survive? A band like Edguy or Dream Theater that has uniqueness and talent and inspiration in every album and every song . . . not some shitty metalcore band that sounds like all the rest.

btw what does the sentence "This thread started out on Nu (Rob) and Anthrax (thread)" mean?

There's more to good metalcore than the breakdown and one note rhythms.
yes, a band called trivium :party:


every other album by every other metalcore band that i have heard has sounded almost exactly the same to me . . . at least bodom still has a unique sound

hot_turkey_ed
08-02-2006, 09:41 PM
maybe they just felt like incorporating some metalcore elements because the felt like it, not because they thought it would get them more fans


doomsday has much more inspired guitarwork than anthems imo


yea there are the whiny pop vocals :hecho:


You know what will survive? A band like Edguy or Dream Theater that has uniqueness and talent and inspiration in every album and every song . . . not some shitty metalcore band that sounds like all the rest.

btw what does the sentence "This thread started out on Nu (Rob) and Anthrax (thread)" mean?


yes, a band called trivium :party:


every other album by every other metalcore band that i have heard has sounded almost exactly the same to me . . . at least bodom still has a unique sound

Given where Bodom originated, I doubt they included metalcore elements out of artistic inspiration. They largely ditched their uniqueness (melody, keyboards) on their last album.

We disagree on Doomsday.

All metalcore sounding the same is like saying all death metal sounds the same or all black metal sounds the same, or all thrash sounds the same, or all...... There's a lot of people that say metal all sounds the same... Go figure.

Trivium is a bit clonish to my ears... I already have other clonish bands in the position they would occupy. :D

es156
08-02-2006, 09:47 PM
Wow, my concert review thread has been hijacked.

:(

sylpriest
08-02-2006, 09:48 PM
Wow, my concert review thread has been hijacked.

:(

I LOVE ROB ZOMBIE!!!!

I"M GLAD YOU LIKE HIM TOO!!!

LET'S BE FRIENDS!!!!

better?:) :tongue:

hot_turkey_ed
08-02-2006, 09:49 PM
Wow, my concert review thread has been hijacked.

:(

Most of mine get hijacked too. God damn people have no respect. :angel:

MetalDrummer888
08-02-2006, 09:59 PM
Given where Bodom originated, I doubt they included metalcore elements out of artistic inspiration. They largely ditched their uniqueness (melody, keyboards) on their last album.
you misunderstand me . . . i never said i like AYDY, in fact i think it is their worst album, i just think that their change in direction was a musical decision not an economic one.


We disagree on Doomsday.
listen to it again
that being said, anthems is an amazing album as well



All metalcore sounding the same is like saying all death metal sounds the same or all black metal sounds the same, or all thrash sounds the same, or all...... There's a lot of people that say metal all sounds the same... Go figure.
how about this . . . . metalcore is a more constricting genre. If a band is metalcore it is going to sound a lot like all otehr metalcore bands. Look at black metal for instance . . . there are symphonic BM bands like Dimmu and Emperor, there are necro Bm bands like Goatwhore and Darkthrone, there is techno-Bm like The Kovenant and Deathstars, there is Viking BM like Amon Amarth and later Bathory, there is Folk BM like Finntroll and Moonsorrow, there are prog BM bands like Borknagar and Wintersun, the pioneers like Bathory and venom, and a shitload more.

Licten to the top 10 metalcore bands on itunes, i garantee you they will all sound very similar

btw, another blanket statement buy MD888, all death metal does sound the same :party:

Trivium is a bit clonish to my ears... I already have other clonish bands in the position they would occupy. :D[/QUOTE]

es156
08-02-2006, 10:04 PM
I LOVE ROB ZOMBIE!!!!

I"M GLAD YOU LIKE HIM TOO!!!

LET'S BE FRIENDS!!!!

better?:) :tongue:
:nutkick:

MetalDrummer888
08-02-2006, 10:10 PM
Wow, my concert review thread has been hijacked.

:(
there is just a friendly debate taking place in your thread :party:

is it just me or did the forum's font just change??

hot_turkey_ed
08-02-2006, 10:13 PM
I like Arch Enemy... Doomsday get the occasional listen, although fewer than their older albums.

What makes Black Metal so Black is the whole Satan thing, less musical structure. Sure, there are going to more variances with a genre based on a theme. A better comparision to metalcore would be thrash... much less variance there. Thrash is about a certain rhythm, as is Metalcore. I do hear a difference in some metalcore. I like Bleeding Through a lot, mainly because of the keyboards. With All That Remains, I hear some meoldic rhythms within the metalcore structure that make a bit different to other bands in my collection. Compare both to As I Laying Dying ( a very generic metalcore)... I hear differences.

sylpriest
08-02-2006, 10:16 PM
:nutkick:

Eh I tried to get it back on track:tongue:

es156
08-02-2006, 10:21 PM
Eh I tried to get it back on track:tongue:
Sorry, the way you did it was kinda freaking me out. Plus, I haven't used the nutkick smilie in awhile.

:lol:

sylpriest
08-02-2006, 10:22 PM
Sorry, the way you did it was kinda freaking me out. Plus, I haven't used the nutkick smilie in awhile.

:lol:

:lol:

It came off creepier then i thought....and it was ment to be creepy:eyes:

es156
08-02-2006, 10:30 PM
:lol:

It came off creepier then i thought....and it was ment to be creepy:eyes:


And we're back on topic!

Meet the Creeper!
Dig in Deeper..
Meet the Creeper!

:blaze:

sylpriest
08-02-2006, 10:32 PM
And we're back on topic!

Meet the Creeper!
Dig in Deeper..
Meet the Creeper!

:blaze:

:party: I did it:party:

I feel so good!!!



I feel so numb!!

es156
08-02-2006, 10:35 PM
:party: I did it:party:

I feel so good!!!



I feel so numb!!
Yes!!

:party:

I wish they had played Feel So Numb at Evansville. I am really surprised that they didn't play it.

sylpriest
08-02-2006, 10:37 PM
Yes!!

:party:

I wish they had played Feel So Numb at Evansville. I am really surprised that they didn't play it.

He doesn't play that much at all. I'm sure he will play it on the Godsmack tour because he asked the fans what songs they would like to hear the most abd they will play it.

Electric Head Pt. 1 and 2 got first place
Feel So Numb was 2nd

So maybe :party:

TonyD
02-03-2008, 09:26 PM
Where did this tour come in the bay area if it did at all?