High Voltage Festival Day 2 -- London, England -- July 25th, 2010
Venue: Victoria Park
A Lost Adoration
Convenient Ignorant Amnesia
Strike The Sky
[b]Audrey Horne[/b] (14:35-15:15)
Bridges and Anchors
Down Like Suicide
Blaze of Ashes
[b]High On Fire[/b] (15:40-16:25)
Fire, Blood & Plague
Rumors of War
How Dark We Pray
Hung, Draw & Quartered
Blood From Zion
Snakes For The Divine
50,000 Unstoppable Watts >
Mice & Gods
Profits of Doom
10001110101 (with Per Wiberg)
Electric Worry (with Per Wiberg)
One Eye Dollar (with Per Wiberg)
The Grand Conjuration
The Drapery Falls
The Lotus Eater
Eyes of The South
Lysergic Funeral Procession
Ghosts Along The Mississippi
Pillars of Eternity
Hail The Leaf
New Orleans Is A Dying Whore
Stone The Crow
Bury Me In Smoke
10001110101 (with [B]Per Wiberg[/B])
Electric Worry (with [B]Per Wiberg[/B])
One Eye Dollar (with [B]Per Wiberg[/B])
Awesome!!! Nice Down, Opeth and High on Fire sets to!
I want to see Down very badly, but Phil and Kirk are pretty busy right now...
I give High on Fire a lot of credit. they played in Montreal on Saturday and then shoot over to England for Sunday.
I want to see Down very badly, but Phil and Kirk are pretty busy right now...[/QUOTE]
Yeah... but they're pretty busy [i]with[/i] Down, so don't lose hope. Phil's doing his other little bands and shit, but they're working on Down IV, so there'll be major touring before too long.
[QUOTE=Kapper;292221]Awesome!!! Nice Down, Opeth and High on Fire sets to![/QUOTE]
Meh, same old same old. Both Opeth and High On Fire have been playing the exact same sets all Summer.
Audrey Horne was by far the best band of the day. Then Down. Lethargy, Clutch, Opeth, High On Fire. In that order.
[QUOTE=lifesadream;292232]I give High on Fire a lot of credit. they played in Montreal on Saturday and then shoot over to England for Sunday.[/QUOTE]
Yeah, a lot of people here felt sure they'd cancel.
High On Fire > Clutch > Opeth > Down
It's a stoner wet dream lineup. :blaze:
I honestly tried to give High On Fire a second chance live. They bored me in June, but I thought hey, maybe the setting or the really early stage time didn't suit. But no, they were boring again. Pure, uninterrupted monotony. And they're not even entertaining to watch.
A band much more suited to record for me. That's if they can actually write any new riffs for the next one...
Matt Pike did jump on stage with Down at the very end of Bury Me In Smoke and took over on Pepper's guitar though, which was pretty cool. No idea who the guy on Kirk's guitar was.
Ravenheart dislikes High on Fire live.
Who didn't see that coming :tp:
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