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mars24 04-29-2012 03:28 PM

Arch/Matheos -- Lauda-Königshofen, Germany -- April 28th, 2012
 
[LIST=1][*]Neurotically Wired[*]Midnight Serenade[*]The Sorceress :eek: :rocker:[*]Stained Glass Sky[*]Damnation :eek: :rocker:[*]The Apparition :eek: :rocker:[*]Any Given Day/Strangers Like Me[*]Guardian :eek: :rocker:[*]Epitaph :eek: :rocker:[*]Exodus :eek: :rocker:[/LIST]
I was not at Keep It True, but reports/videos from last night's show are now online. [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5E8YkJ7ri5Y&feature=player_embedded[/url] Blabbermouth has this. I don't know if anyone who posts here attended, but after seeing this setlist I just had to post it. Wow!

I've been a Fates Warning fan since Night On Brocken back in the '80s, and I've longed for a FW setlist with Arch-era songs. They sometimes do one or two, but not to this extent. So I'm glad A/M are doing a few shows so we can hear gems like The Apparition and The Sorceress. Now if only they'd play the godly Misfit, Giant's Lore, Soldier Boy, Orphan Gypsy..., but I'd love a dvd of this show.

abba 04-29-2012 06:58 PM

Just got home to Chicago after attending Keep It True. What an amazing show Arch/Matheos put on! Brilliant setlist and John was fantastic! I struck up a conversation with a guy (who turned out to be one of the filmers for the festival), and he mentioned that John Arch was so nervous before the show that no filming was allowed - the only band not to allow pro filming for the festival. I noticed John walk to the side of the stage after the first song, and visibly took a very deep breath, as if to say "I made it through the first song. It's gonna be all right." I'm glad some tapers were there in the crowd to capture that set. I feel very fortunate to have witnessed it! Numerous guys in the audience with tears streaming down their face during the show - such an emotional night!

Rest of the festival was tons of fun. Never thought I'd get to see Sword and Witch Cross live! On the thrash side of things, Whiplash put on a good show, and I was really impressed with Fueled By Fire. The NWOBHM set was cool as well, with vocalists from Savage, Holocaust, and many others. Dennis Stratton came on at the end to do three Iron Maiden classics. Not sure who the singer was for that, but he did a good enough job.

MPF 04-29-2012 07:13 PM

Be right back, switching pants

maidenpriest 04-29-2012 08:24 PM

[QUOTE=MPF;463067]Be right back, switching pants[/QUOTE]

This...omg. Please do a tour of the US...please. John sounds amazing on Guardian! Now only if they would do Prelude to Ruin

MPF 04-29-2012 08:29 PM

[QUOTE=maidenpriest;463082]This...omg. Please do a tour of the US...please. John sounds amazing on Guardian! Now only if they would do Prelude to Ruin[/QUOTE]

Sadly that is a pipe dream's pipe dream at this point. With John Arch's full time job, it will never happen. :(

maidenpriest 04-29-2012 08:35 PM

[QUOTE=MPF;463085]Sadly that is a pipe dream's pipe dream at this point. With John Arch's full time job, it will never happen. :([/QUOTE]

I know...can always dream though.

Fates Guardian 04-29-2012 09:13 PM

This is just amazing. How I long for them to do a full US tour! Even if they didn't come to GA, I'd travel a considerable distance to see them. And if they played 'Giant's Lore (Heart of Winter)', I'd die of sheer joy.

Platinum Maze 04-30-2012 05:58 AM

Never a big fan of Arch era FW until more recently, but I do love the A/M album...and I can't WAIT for Saturday in Hartford!!!

Maidenmagic 05-01-2012 08:21 AM

Been watching footage on YouTube. Wish the whole show was on there. (Especially Exodus!) They should switch The Sorceress with Fata Morgana for the US show.


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