Graveyard -- Atlanta, GA -- January 31st, 2013
An Industry of Murder :rocker:
Slow Motion Countdown :rocker:
Ain't Fit to Live Here
Buying Truth (Tack och Förlåt)
As the Years Pass by, the Hours Bend
Granny and Davis
Hard Times Lovin' :rocker:
WOW what an awesome show! If you like these guys on album I'm just going to let you know they're probably twice as good live! One the of few bands that I ever seen to play slow and fast really well, keep it together the whole time, and have the whole crowd in the mosh pit all at once. I was expecting probably 50 people to show up judging how the turnout was for an hour after doors, but people kept trickling in so we probably had a little over 200.
Really can't wait to see them again. I highly encourage you to see them especially if you're into The Devil's Blood, Ghost, In Solitude, and other bands similar.
Couldn't find the song "Granny and Davis" in their discography anywhere, but it was on the set so if anybody has any suggestions to what it is I'll appreciate it.
Great looking set. I'm excited to see them again.
[QUOTE=justinm4bama;509984]Couldn't find the song "Granny and Davis" in their discography anywhere, but it was on the set so if anybody has any suggestions to what it is I'll appreciate it.[/QUOTE]
I think it's a B-side off of the single for the song Hisingen Blues.
Reading the review makes me bummed that I decided to pass. Glad to see they included Slow Motion Coundown on there!
Sounds like you had a blast, wish this was coming near me. :bouville: Graveyard would be amazing live.
Show did kick ass. Last year they had they trippy visuals, this time there was more of a focus on the band without distractions which I personally liked more. They played late, til about 1 or so, and are definitely great on album but a MUST SEE band live. I usually don't enjoy non metal live either but these guys kickass each time. Picked up Hisingen Blues on Vinyl and a hand printed Atlanta specific tour poster for $25. Favorite part was the Siren, just like last time. They stretch the vocals out and make it the jams way heavier, just kickass overall.
[QUOTE=hb420;509999]Sounds like you had a blast, wish this was coming near me. :bouville: Graveyard would be amazing live.[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=smearCampaign;509985]I think it's a B-side off of the single for the song Hisingen Blues.[/QUOTE]
I saw the Nashville night of this tour. Awesome show. been lucky to have caught them on every rare tour of the US since the first album. They seem to do well here in Nashville with both headlinging gigs up into the 100's. This year was a little less people then last year probably due to the shitty weather and tornado warnings all night.
Setlist was the same as Atlanta. Looking at their shows, they seem to play the same set for each tour. My only complaint is with most of their songs being short, even when they jam them out 15 songs is not enough...I could have used another 4 or 5 , would have liked to have seen them play Submarine Blues, Ungrateful are the dead, RSS, Suits the Law & the uniform, satan's Finest...damn so many more cool songs.
easiest place to get the two b -sides are iTunes. Granny an Davis is on the Hisingen Blues single like posted before and I recommend getting the song Leaving You which is on the Goliath single.:blaze:
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