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girnny777
08-05-2007, 10:50 PM
Slayer:
Flesh Storm
War Ensemble
Chemical Warfare
Ghosts Of War
Jihad
Cult
Disciple
Bitter Peace
Payback
South Of Heaven
Hell Awaits
Raining Blood
Mandatory Suicide
Angel Of Death

Marilyn Manson:
Intro/If I Was Your Vampire
Disposable Tens
mOBSCENE
Are You the Rabbit?
Sweet Dreams/Lunchbox
Just A Car Crash Away
Heart Shaped Glasses
Rock Is Dead
The Dope Show
Putting Holes In Happiness
The Fight Song
The Love Song
ANTICHRIST SUPERSTAR :D :D
The Beautiful People

LoveInSlowMotion
08-06-2007, 09:27 AM
I tried to get down as much of Bleeding Through's on the 2nd. Slayer and Manson's set lists were pretty much the same as this, so I'll post it here.

For Love and Failing (Not 100% sure though, just recognized the lines "I Don't Give a Fuck)
????? (Only song where I had no clue)
Love in Slow Motion
Revenge I Seek
The Painkiller*
On Wings of Lead*
Kill to Believe

*order could have been switched, not positive.

hot_turkey_ed
08-07-2007, 06:28 PM
For Love and Failing (Not 100% sure though, just recognized the lines "I Don't Give a Fuck)

That's it. :allan:

LoveInSlowMotion
08-08-2007, 12:46 PM
Also, I'm pretty sure You and Me and The Devil makes 3 wasn't played. Set list is the same as my show except for that, and if you aren't sure, I think it might have been "Are you the Rabbit?"

girnny777
08-08-2007, 07:09 PM
It might have been that, I'm not too familiar with the new album

Axis_Of_Metal
08-10-2007, 05:43 PM
It actually sounds like it would be a prett damn good show

zgodt
08-12-2007, 08:19 AM
I saw the show from the lawn of the DTE Energy Music Theatre in Clarkston, MI last night. 'Twas great.

Bleeding Through is a band firmly entrenched in the new mainstream metal style -- the same kinds of riffs, the same alternating screamo/singo vocals, the same invocations to the crowd to stand up and start a big ol' circle pit, the same shaved-head lead vocalist saying "fuck" every 10 seconds to convey how intense he is, etc. But for all that, they were all right. The best part was watching the female keyboardist windmill-headbanging while she played.

For Slayer a pretty sizeable pit formed right next to us on the lawn and went completely apeshit with about 50 people during songs like "Chemical Warfare" and "Raining Blood". Given that the lawn is on about a 30 degree incline, it was pretty wacky, with dudes getting knocked on their ass and rolling downhill every few seconds. So the pit was more fun to watch than the stage. I jumped in for about 60 seconds during "Mandatory Suicide," and that was enough for me.

Manson is as good a performer as advertised. Really interesting stage set variations involving projections on a screen behind the stage and various changing and moving props -- he performs from a giant chair for one song, and for another song stands on a platform that raises him up about 40 feet into the air, with huge jets of smoke pouring up from the bottom of the stage so that it looks as if he's actually levitating on the smoke... and of course the smoke/lightshow/confetti streams etc. make for a fun viewing experience. And besides all that, he does have some songs that seriously rock live (e.g., "Disposable Teens").

So it was a really fun show and my niece (whose first concert it was) had a blast. :)

Blitzkrieg Witchcraft
08-30-2007, 09:20 PM
Slayer:
Flesh Storm
War Ensemble
Chemical Warfare
Ghosts Of War
Jihad
Cult
Disciple
Bitter Peace
Payback
South Of Heaven
Hell Awaits
Raining Blood
Mandatory Suicide
Angel Of Death


Same Set list they played tonight. :horns: