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adamclark52 02-27-2011 05:12 AM

Cradle of Filth -- Toronto, Ontario -- February 26th, 2011
 
An early show because I think the club wanted us out by 11 for a Rave or something. I actually didn't mind. I missed Turisis and Daniel Lioneye. I was worried about Natchmystium because I like them but all I hear is how horrible they are live. I thought they were actually pretty good except when they got all four members singing then it sounded a little off. Cradle was great, I was surprised by the lack of new material, nothing from Damnation and a Day and how much of their stuff I actually knew. My first time seeing them, they all looked pretty cool except Dani. The new outfit he's wearing looked like a onesie you'd dress a toddler in (from hell). Or he's let himself go.

[B]Nachtmystium[/B]
(not sure)
(not sure - instrumental)
Nightfall
Hellish Overdose
Addicts
Ruined Life Continuum
High on Hate

[B]Cradle of Filth[/B]
Heaven Torn Asunder
Funeral in Carpathia
Honey & Sulpher
Lillith Immaculate
Her Ghost in the Fog
Nyphetamine - Fix
Principals of Evil Made Flesh
Under Huntress Moon
Ebony Dressed For Sunset
The Forest Whispers My Name

Cruelty Brought thee Orchids
From Cradle to Enslave

We were out by 9:30. Had I know it was ending so early I'd have bought a ticket for Motorhead, who were playing less than a half hour drive away and probably didn't go on stage until 10:30.

bigguytoo9 02-27-2011 05:26 AM

9:30 eh??? wow thats EARLY, I wish more shows in Vancouver ended around 10-11. None of this, show starts at 10pm and ends at 2 well after the public transit to most of the suburbs outside of Vancouver has ended.

adamclark52 02-27-2011 09:48 AM

[QUOTE=bigguytoo9;342316]9:30 eh??? wow thats EARLY, I wish more shows in Vancouver ended around 10-11. None of this, show starts at 10pm and ends at 2 well after the public transit to most of the suburbs outside of Vancouver has ended.[/QUOTE]

Most shows in Toronto start at six or seven and end around 11:30 that I've been too, depending on how many bards are playing. It was a nice change to be home by 11 (I'm an old man now, I take my son swimming Sundays at 10am).

brutal_descent 02-27-2011 09:52 AM

All the club shows in Moscow have times set from 8-9, never earlier, and only later if it's a midnight rave or something. Almost all the arena shows I've been to here have 'started' at 7 though, apart from Limp Bizkit, which started at 8.

adamclark52 02-27-2011 09:55 AM

The start time was actually changed from seven to doors at five, I think. And the venue was moved from the Sound Academy (which holds around 1500) to the Phoenix (which is probably less than 1000). Motorhead were playing in town the same night but I doubt the promoter was worried that would take people away, totally different crowds. I think there was a Rave or something, I know some Toronto radio stations use that venue for live-to-airs on Saturday nights.

brutal_descent 02-27-2011 09:59 AM

[QUOTE=adamclark52;342392]The start time was actually changed from seven to doors at five, I think. And the venue was moved from the Sound Academy (which holds around 1500) to the Phoenix (which is probably less than 1000). Motorhead were playing in town the same night but I doubt the promoter was worried that would take people away, totally different crowds. I think there was a Rave or something, I know some Toronto radio stations use that venue for live-to-airs on Saturday nights.[/QUOTE]

I was going to say that Motorhead is a million times better than Cradle of Filth, and then I remembered I only listen to two Motorhead songs compared to one whole Cradle of Filth greatest hits album. :eyes:

AnthG 03-09-2011 06:05 PM

[QUOTE=adamclark52;342392]The start time was actually changed from seven to doors at five, I think. And the venue was moved from the Sound Academy (which holds around 1500) to the Phoenix (which is probably less than 1000). Motorhead were playing in town the same night but I doubt the promoter was worried that would take people away, totally different crowds. I think there was a Rave or something, I know some Toronto radio stations use that venue for live-to-airs on Saturday nights.[/QUOTE]

Off Topic, but Sound Academy holds about 3200.


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