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ravenheart 12-09-2011 12:52 PM

Pentagram -- London, England -- December 9th, 2011
 
40th Anniversary Tour
Venue: The Garage

[B]Purson[/b] (19:15-19:45)

[B]Horisont[/b] (20:00-20:30)

[B]Pentagram[/b] (20:50-22:00)
Treat Me Right
Forever My Queen
Review Your Choices
Sign of The Wolf (Pentagram)
Vampyre Love
Into The Ground
Death Row
All Your Sins
Call The Man
Relentless / Nothing Left
Dying World
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Wartime
When The Screams Come

mankvill 12-09-2011 01:14 PM

One of the weirdest concert moments for me is seeing The Dead Weather (one of Jack White's bands) rip into Forever My Queen. I think I was the only person who knew the song.

But yeah, I wanna see Pentagram!

ravenheart 12-09-2011 01:21 PM

[QUOTE=mankvill;423259]But yeah, I wanna see Pentagram![/QUOTE]

They're outstanding. Bobby and Victor are just immense. Can't wait to see them again in June.

daimonos 12-09-2011 02:48 PM

[QUOTE=ravenheart;423265]They're outstanding. Bobby and Victor are just immense. Can't wait to see them again in June.[/QUOTE]

Before I clicked on this thread I was worried you wouldn't have been satisfied with the performance ;)

Cool set. It's similar to when I saw them a few months ago, but we didn't get Vampyre Love, which I wanted to hear. Bobby was an interesting performer and Griffin was great.

Sepultura69 12-09-2011 03:43 PM

[QUOTE=daimonos;423312]Before I clicked on this thread I was worried you wouldn't have been satisfied with the performance [/QUOTE]

Me too.

Glad you ended up enjoying it. I was totally blown away by Pentagrams Heavy performance at this years Power of The Riff Fest. The only thing that was lame was some technical difficulties with the mic during the first few minutes of their set, but after that it was just Pure Doom Metal bliss :rocker:

Too bad I booked it before they went into their encores :(

After they finished what I thought was to be the last song, bobby and the rest did a pretty good job at making a believable "Goodbye" to the fans, goin on and on with the "We love yous" and how it was the last song and they gotta leave and how much they love Los Angeles, the LA crowed and ect. Someone else on this board who was also at the same show made a post on here about how the encore was totally unplanned and that they were really suppose to get off the stage after finishing up the last song(So i dont feel like complete idiot for missing them) :(. Right after I booked it out of the venue, apparently the band asked the people running the venue if they could play some encore because the crowed was going ape shit, roaring chants of "PENTA-GRAM, PEN-TAH-GRAM" and "ENCORE", fuck I could hear them roaring those chants from miles away as I was Dashing to my car. oh well :(

But what I did see was totally and completely mind blowing :rocker:

wroed 12-12-2011 02:34 AM

[QUOTE=ravenheart;423265]They're outstanding. Bobby and Victor are just immense. [/QUOTE]

Can only agree. Not sure I've seen the Garage that packed either but it was a really good atmosphere.

ravenheart 12-12-2011 04:58 AM

[QUOTE=wroed;424281]Can only agree. Not sure I've seen the Garage that packed either but it was a really good atmosphere.[/QUOTE]

Only time I've seen it that busy was for Corey Taylor.


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