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Crionics 10-06-2010 11:33 AM

Jägermeister Music Tour -- Hampton, VA -- October 5th, 2010
 
[B]Anthrax[/B]

Caught in a Mosh
Madhouse
Antisocial
Indians
A.I.R.
Metal Thrashing Mad
I Am the Law

[B]Megadeth[/B]

Holy Wars...The Punishment Due
Hangar 18
Take No Prisoners
Five Magics
Poison Was the Cure
Lucretia
Tornado of Souls
Dawn Patrol
Rust in Peace...Polaris
Trust
Headcrusher
A Tout Le Monde
Symphony of Destruction
Peace Sells/Holy Wars Reprise

[B]Slayer[/B]

World Painted Blood
Hate Worldwide
War Ensemble
Blood Red
Spirit in Black
Expendable Youth
Dead Skin Mask
Hallowed Point
Skeletons of Society
Temptation
Born of Fire
Seasons in the Abyss
South of Heaven
Raining Blood
Aggressive Perfector
Angel of Death

Setlists were all the same, but I have a review for you all:

My neck still hurts and my body still slightly aches from one hell of a night. I know this will sound very biased, but I really cannot find one flaw last night. If I really had to think, the only flaw would be that the volume of the vocals were slightly down during the set of all three bands. Another one would be the crowd was a bit too rough, but that should be expected. I got to the venue 30 mins early, once I got in I rushed and got to the left of the rail. This was my first time on the rail and, needless to say, I was excited as hell. This gave me a perfect view of everyone, and I was very close to Rob, Bello, Ellefson, and my hero Jeff.

Anthrax came on first and they were fantastic with a ton of energy. Although it seemed that lots of people were skipping them. A.I.R. was the highlight for me, as Joey looked at me during the chorus and nodded at the end. Frank Bello had "R.I.P. Dimebag" written on his guitar, even though I'm not the biggest Pantera fan, I thought that was pretty cool. I caught a pick from Rob at the end.

Up next was Megadeth. This was my second time seeing them, and it was just as good as the first. I really enjoyed seeing Five Magics and Lucretia live, and Vic during Dawn Patrol was pretty cool. I think Ellefson nodded at me aswell, and Chris looked at me AGAIN during the TOS solo, but this time it was only for about two seconds before looking elsewhere. I caught Mustaine's pick (now my greatest treasure) and found Ellefson's pick on the ground after Slayer played.

Then came Slayer. The crowd was very rough during their set, so I had to hold tight to the rail, but I loved it. Jeff's tone on WPB sounded like a haunted chapel, although his tone changed a little bit afterwards, it was still great. He nodded at me once (Tom looked at me aswell), which made me the happiest person in the world. I think he tried to throw a pick at me too, but someone else got it. I loved Jeff, but man did Tom sound great tonight. He attempted the Angel of Death scream, and although he didn't hold it very long, it sounded great while it lasted. Lombardo put on a great show as always and so did King. The highlights for me were Hallowed Point and Raining Blood, but every song was great, and they played very well despite other reports that they wern't playing well.

I really don't think I can give any of these guys less than a 10/10. I know this sounds biased, but seriously, this show was just that good. If this is coming anywhere near you, go, just go.

I might post some of the better pictures and the picks later, but for now, that's all I got to give. Thanks to anyone who took the time to read this.

EDIT: Mods could you change Virginia in the title to VA. I tried editing myself but it's not showing up, not sure if that is supposed to happen.

mankvill 10-06-2010 11:41 AM

:party::rocker:

Astennu 10-06-2010 12:29 PM

Show was pretty good. Two complaints I had were minor. First was having Jose from XM Liquid Metal MC the gig. He's one of the most annoying people in existence. Second was that during Slayer Kerry's guitar was about a billion times louder than Jeff's. His solos were barely audible and when Kerry soloed the rhythm guitar dropped out. Tried moving to various places and didn't change. Otherwise it was a solid show. I saw the original Clash tour back in 1991 (at the same venue I think, though it may have been the Norfolk Scope--getting old is a bitch), so it was cool seeing this almost 20 years later, playing a lot of the same songs.

larvtard 10-06-2010 12:39 PM

[QUOTE=Astennu;308586]Show was pretty good. Two complaints I had were minor. First was having Jose from XM Liquid Metal MC the gig. He's one of the most annoying people in existence. Second was that during Slayer Kerry's guitar was about a billion times louder than Jeff's. His solos were barely audible and when Kerry soloed the rhythm guitar dropped out. Tried moving to various places and didn't change. Otherwise it was a solid show. I saw the original Clash tour back in 1991 (at the same venue I think, though it may have been the Norfolk Scope--getting old is a bitch), so it was cool seeing this almost 20 years later, playing a lot of the same songs.[/QUOTE]

He was at my show too. What a loser. We were all booing him.

Crionics 10-06-2010 12:45 PM

[QUOTE=Astennu;308586]Show was pretty good. Two complaints I had were minor. First was having Jose from XM Liquid Metal MC the gig. He's one of the most annoying people in existence. Second was that during Slayer Kerry's guitar was about a billion times louder than Jeff's. His solos were barely audible and when Kerry soloed the rhythm guitar dropped out. Tried moving to various places and didn't change. Otherwise it was a solid show. [B]I saw the original Clash tour back in 1991 (at the same venue I think, though it may have been the Norfolk Scope--getting old is a bitch)[/B], so it was cool seeing this almost 20 years later, playing a lot of the same songs.[/QUOTE]

Yeah that guy was annoying, and were you the guy I was talking to during the break between Deth and Slayer? I was the one in a Maiden shirt.

Astennu 10-06-2010 01:11 PM

No that wasn't me. I was chilling near the mixing board wearing a Malevolent Creation shirt. I couldn't get near the pit--had knee surgery a couple of weeks ago so I took no chances. Maybe I'll see you at a future show. Always cool to meet new metal fans.

Crionics 10-06-2010 02:15 PM

[QUOTE=Astennu;308595]No that wasn't me. I was chilling near the mixing board wearing a Malevolent Creation shirt. I couldn't get near the pit--had knee surgery a couple of weeks ago so I took no chances. Maybe I'll see you at a future show. Always cool to meet new metal fans.[/QUOTE]

Yeah that would be be cool! I'm from Richmond (well a suburb of Richmond) aswell btw, so probably ;)

idrinkwine732 10-06-2010 04:55 PM

This came to fucking Hampton, Virginia but San Francisco? NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

bt11763 10-06-2010 06:37 PM

fuck that guy. i live right outside of nyc so he always shows up at shows, i like the smaller ones he comes to because me and my friends know he can hear us call him an annoying fucking prick

ricky4502 10-07-2010 05:40 AM

Awesome sets from all bands though I'd really like to see the antichrist thrown in there for the SLAYER set... or anything else from show no mercy for that matter. Agressive Perfector fuck yeah!!!!! I'd also like to see Anthrax do Gung-Ho but oh well. Can't wait to see them on the 21st!


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