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Maideneer 03-02-2012 03:05 PM

Children Of Bodom -- Huntington, NY -- March 2nd, 2012
 
[b]Venue: The Paramount[/b]

Sixpounder
Are You Dead Yet?
Silent Night, Bodom Night
Kissing The Shadows
Shovel Knockout
Living Dead Beat
Everytime I Die
Deadnight Warrior/Hate Me!
Blooddrunk
Angels Don't Kill
In Your Face
Lake Bodom
Hate Crew Deathroll
Bodom After Midnight
Downfall

PowerMaiden 03-02-2012 03:15 PM

you'll have a great time buddy, I saw 'em on monday they were on top form !


Cheers !
PowerMaiden

makethemsuffer12 03-02-2012 08:46 PM

Awesome show. Best Bodom show I've seen, probably. Eluveitie were epic as always. Same set as the rest of the tour.

That snippet of Deadnight was such a cocktease though...

BloodoftheKings 03-02-2012 09:29 PM

Short review:

Heard one Threat Signal song then walked out and hung out by the bar. Saw them open for Dark Tranquility and they were just as boring then as they are now. Typical medio-core band. [B]3/10[/B]

Revocation was sick. First time seeing these guys and I'd love to see them do a longer set. David's banter between songs was pretty funny. Really hope these guys get big enough to do headlining tours in the near future. [B]9/10[/B]

Eluvietie was amazing. Never listened to much of their stuff but they really brought it live. They called for a couple circle pits and even a wall of death but the pits died down pretty quick, can't really blame the band for that. Their choice of instruments is fascinating. Never thought I'd see a metal band using violins, flutes, a hurdy gurdy, and a lute all at the same time. [B]9/10[/B]

Bodom bored me when I saw them with Devin Townsend back in July. I wasn't quite sure if that was because they didn't perform well or if they just seemed shitty because they were going on after the Devin Townsend. Bodom really brought it this time. The set was great, I'm thankful I didn't have to hear Was It Worth It? Their set seemed a little short. I think they only played for about 80 minutes. For some reason Alexi kept walking off the stage every couple songs which was mildly annoying. The pits were pretty good, definitely not one of the craziest crowds I've seen but there was energy. [B]9/10[/B]

bt11763 03-02-2012 09:36 PM

Damn, that's actually an awesome Bodom set. I am slightly disappointed that I didn't go :lol:

OraclesofAgony 03-02-2012 10:50 PM

[QUOTE=BloodoftheKings;449804]Short review:

Heard one Threat Signal song then walked out and hung out by the bar. Saw them open for Dark Tranquility and they were just as boring then as they are now. Typical [B]medio-core[/B] band. [B]3/10[/B]

[/QUOTE]

That phrase.... is awesome!! :lol:

Maideneer 03-03-2012 05:53 AM

Some background. Earlier in the day, COB did a signing session at a music store on Long Island. It was Alexi, Roope & Henkka. They looked REALLY tired and weren't very talkative. Roope was the most talkative of them all and we chatted about his Sinergy days. I got all my stuff signed including Pain - Psalms Of Extinction record, Alexi does a solo on it. It was a small thing, there were only about 25 people max. there.

You could tell they were so ready to go home at that point after months of touring. In addition to signing whatever you wanted, they signed an ESP promo shot 8.5 x 11 for you too which was real cool.

So the show was good too, although I've seen better, like in 2003 with Hyprocisy, Nevermore & Dimmu.

makethemsuffer12 03-03-2012 08:00 PM

[QUOTE=BloodoftheKings;449804]For some reason Alexi kept walking off the stage every couple songs which was mildly annoying. [/QUOTE]

Guitar changes. They use 2 different tunings.


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