Summer Slaughter -- San Francisco, CA -- July 19th, 2013
Farewell, Mona Lisa
Room Full of Eyes
Gold Teeth on a Bum
Hero of the Soviet Union (First time played live)
Nothing's Funny (First time played live)
Dead as History
One of Us Is the Killer
When I Lost My Bet
Sunshine the Werewolf
Make Total Destroy
Luck as a Constant
Have a Blast
Cattle opened with A Living Breathing Piece of Defecating Meat and ended with Kingdom of Tyrants, Thy Art Is Murder opened with Purest Strain of Hate, Periphery opened with Icarus Lives, and Revocation ended with No Funeral.
I wish they played Nothing's Funny on the last tour. I love that song.
- ROS cut their set short by about half of their allotted time because of some technical failure and were visibly butthurt; after a bunch of people asked them to play one last song anyway the singer said he didn't know how to sing in half speed
- This was Thy Art Is Murder's first US performance ever and they fucking ruled; would love to see them headline sometime
- A band from Las Vegas, Tales of the Grotesque, filled the special guest slot at the last minute
- Aeon brought out all of the "I'd rather be on Encyclopedia Metallum" folks out of the woodwork; I personally enjoyed them although they were probably not that great of a booking for the tour's management
- Revocation were tight - on a technical level - as expected but their sound mixing made it incredibly difficult to hear Davidson's vocals or his guitar, so that long-awaited performance was somewhat of a disappointment; didn't get to hear Cradle Robber, either
- The Ocean's new material sounded great - haven't listened to the record yet - but compared to their gig in Moscow last February it was a bit lacking in oomph
- Cattle Decapitation did what they do well but I didn't feel it at all
- Norma Jean - a band that I hadn't checked out in advance - were absolutely fucking incredible and I'm absolutely stoked to check them out on record
- Periphery weren't as enjoyable live as they were on-record for me although I was happy to see so many people singing along
- Animals as Leaders weren't as fun in the setting of the Regency Ballroom as they were in the sweaty confines of Plan B in Moscow, so I wasn't as immersed in the experience as I was then; Tosin still amazes
- DEP were a sight for sore fuckin' eyes and I'm glad to have seen them again after three years of waiting since the first time I saw 'em
I want dat Aeon setlist.
Did Revocation play The Grip Tightens?
Any chance you took a good enough look at DEP or The Ocean merch to see if they had vinyl?
[QUOTE=OraclesofAgony;534617]I want dat Aeon setlist.[/QUOTE]
Me too! Their most recent sets on setlist.fm are real good.
Glad to know i'm not the only one who thinks Dave needs to turn up his vocals live. When I saw Revocation on their headlining tour last year I could barely hear what he was saying.
[QUOTE=Statutory-Mike;534628]Any chance you took a good enough look at DEP or The Ocean merch to see if they had vinyl?[/QUOTE]
I think there was for both
[QUOTE=brutal_descent;534614]- This was Thy Art Is Murder's first US performance ever and they fucking ruled; would love to see them headline sometime[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=brutal_descent;534614]- Cattle Decapitation did what they do well but I didn't feel it at all[/QUOTE]
You've got to be squidding me.
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