The Black Dahlia Murder -- St. Paul, MN -- March 15th, 2010
I wasn't even in the venue for Hatesphere. I stood outside and talked/smoked with Brian Eschbach and James Lee (ex Origin) cause I hadn't seen either of them in a while. While doing that I also got to meet Jeroen Paul Thesseling and Patrick Loisel.
Then it was time for Augury. I absolutely love this band, they're probably my favorite band from the last 10 years. Last night was my 3rd time seeing them and I have to say, it's nice to see that they're getting more of a following. The first time they came to the states with God Dethroned I was the only one rocking out during their set. My favorite part about seeing Augury is hanging out with Mathieu Marcotte, he's a really cool guy to just smoke and shoot the shit with between bands so when he's in town me and my buddy just hang out with him pretty much the whole time.
They sounded pretty good in my opinion. Christian Pacaud played pretty well, but it just wasn't the same without Forest since Christian doesn't play a fretless and doesn't have the sound or stage presence that Forest had live. The vocals were hard to hear at times too but other than that they did great.
Obscura had the best sound overall, I could hear every note Jeroen played. I just wish they would have put at least one new song into the set. Oh well, it will happen eventually. FYI! while talking with Jeroen he told me that theyre going to make a new album in the near future. He told me when he was going in but I can't remember.. :stoned:
The Anticosmic Overload
Choir Of Spirits
Black Dahlia's set was the same set as the last review. They were spot on like every other time I've seen them. Except, they kept getting feed back throughout the set which got pretty annoying. Also, there was a bit too much played off of Unhallowed for my taste. I'm more of a Miasma and Nocturnal guy so I was a little disappointed with the lack of tunes off those albums.
A Vulgar Picture
Everything Went Black
Closed Casket Requiem
What a Horrible Night to Have a Curse
I Will Return
Hatesphere gets no love =( it's disheartening
I dug them up to the point where they started doing breakdowns that were a minute of the same shit over and over. haha
OH! Forgot one thing, I totally got to sign a chicks tits last night. Im not even a professional musician and I can already cross that one off the list. haha
[QUOTE=Uncle_Meat1940;257322] Also, there was a bit too much played off of Unhallowed for my taste. [/QUOTE]
To each his own man.
It had to much of a core influence for my taste. It actually made me not listen to them for quite a while until a friend showed me Miasma. : /
I only spy 3 songs from Unhallowed on there, 4 if you count the intro.
well, it was 3 - 4 too many for my liking. haha
That and I'm not the biggest fan of Deflorate, I like it better than Unhallowed, but something is missing on it that I can place my finger on.
Really though I can care less what they played since the main reason I went to was to hang out with my buddy from Augury. haha
[QUOTE=Uncle_Meat1940;257404]To each his own man.
It had to much of a core influence for my taste. It actually made me not listen to them for quite a while until a friend showed me Miasma. : /[/QUOTE]
Really? I honestly think that Miasma has more of a core influence IMO.
I dunno about that man, there isn't one single riff on that album that makes me think of emo kids trying to fight invisible enemies and in the process looking like epileptic kids trying to swim. But, that's just me. haha
[QUOTE=Uncle_Meat1940;257626]I dunno about that man, there isn't one single riff on that album that makes me think of emo kids trying to fight invisible enemies and in the process looking like epileptic kids trying to swim. But, that's just me. haha[/QUOTE]
hahaha well like you said, to each their own.
I love all of their albums either way :rocker:
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