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GarageMetal468 11-11-2012 06:05 AM

Nunslaughter -- Chicago, IL -- November 10th, 2012
 
The show was at a place called Cafe Lura, which could be mistaken for a haunted house but still a cool place. I'm also pretty sure that every Mexican metalhead from Chicago and any surrounding area was at this show. Seriously, that was a good 75% of the show at the minimum right there. But that's not a bad thing at all, as they sure as shit know how to have a great time!

They had the Chicago metal market, which is exactly as it sounds, tables of CDs, vinyls, patches, and shirts. That's where the rest of my money went for the night. I don't think it's busted out often at shows, last time I remember seeing it was Inquisition last December, and Desaster in 2011 before that.

First band was Sauron, a black/thrash band from Michigan who definitely tore it up. Reminded me a lot of Midnight (go figure, the bassist/vocalist had a Midnight backpatch...)

The next band was Infernal Conjuration from Tijuana (wanna guess the crowd response for this band?!), and god damn, they were BRUTAL. They play very fast and chaotic death/thrash. All the guys in the band were awesome at what they did. The only problem was that I could barely hear one of the guitarists, but aside from that, they put on one hell of a show.

Malas played as well, but I've seen them a couple times since they're from Chicago and are on shows from time to time, so I didn't see them this time. They're good as well, I remember hearing a cover of Circle of the Tyrants.

Nunslaughter headlined and put on a crazy good show as always. I love how they speed up their songs when you think they can't possibly go faster. Jim (drummer) did almost all of the stage banter in between songs and he is fucking hilarious. "So I was talking to a priest the other day, and he asked me to confess my sins to him. So I whispered into his ear, I HATE, CHRISTIANS!" I wanna say that this was a one off show for them, and if that's the case, I am incredibly grateful they chose to play Chicago. The place was packed during the entire show and everyone was going nuts for Nunslaughter. Definitely one of the best shows I've been to this year.

Church Bizarre
Death by the Dead
I Hate Christians
Obsessed With the Visions
Worst Nightmare
God Has Lied
Killed by the Cross
Cerebus
Fuck the Bastard
She Lives by Night
God
Satanic
Hex
Raid the Convent
Ouija
In the Graveyard
Midnight Mass
Inverted Churches
Satanic Slut
Smell the Burning Churches

InFlamesOfBirchmen 11-11-2012 08:09 AM

I have no idea who these people are, I clicked on this thread solely to see if their song titles would match their hilarious name. I wasn't disappointed.

Nickweiser 11-11-2012 08:18 AM

Dan, i honestly havent given these dudes a listen. Which album do you recommend to start?! Those song titles are awesome.

I finally got around to Vinterland. And happy i did!

kalfitegrdan 11-11-2012 08:23 AM

I was so fucking close to just driving to Chicago and trying to sneak in the venue for this.

smearCampaign 11-11-2012 09:23 AM

Nice set. Nunslaughter is definitely on my Chaos in Tejas wish list. DEVIL METAL! :rocker:

bobbie solo 11-11-2012 10:43 AM

excellent song titles, as stated above. Raid The Convent...lol

GarageMetal468 11-11-2012 03:16 PM

[QUOTE=Nickweiser;496428]Dan, i honestly havent given these dudes a listen. Which album do you recommend to start?! Those song titles are awesome.

I finally got around to Vinterland. And happy i did![/QUOTE]

They have a ton of stuff, like splits, demos and EPs. I don't know where to begin with those, but as for full lengths, I'd say go with Hex. And yes, Vinterland is amazing, I'm glad you like them (as everyone should)!

Review up too


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