Metal Masters -- Tinley Park, IL -- August 19th, 2008
This was a terrific show. Testament didn't suck at all, Motorhead definitely did, Heaven and Hell were awesome, and Judas Fucking Priest made everything worthwhile. Setlists were all the same:
01. Over The Wall
02. The New Order
03. Practice What You Preach
04. More Than Meets The Eye
05. Henchmen Ride
06. The Formation Of Damnation
Be My Baby
Over The Top
In The Name Of Tragedy
Just 'Cos You Got The Power
Going To Brazil
Killed By Death
Ace Of Spades
Heaven & Hell:
The Mob Rules
Children Of The Sea
The Sign of the Southern Cross
Falling Off The Edge Of The World
Heaven And Hell (extended version)
Dawn Of Creation
Eat Me Alive
Between The Hammer And The Anvil
Breaking The Law
The Hellion / Electric Eye
Rock Hard, Ride Free
Hell Bent For Leather
The Green Manalishi
You've Got Another Thing Coming
You said you hated that drum solo.
[QUOTE=DethMaiden;190646] Testament didn't suck at all, [B]Motorhead definitely did,[/B] [/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=ChildrenofSodom;190670]You said you hated that drum solo.[/QUOTE]
I copy pasted that entire thing from Steve's without reading it :eyes: Setlists fixed too, they weren't even right. :eyes:
I was feeling really lazy when I first posted this, but let me give an attempted rundown of the gig:
When we got there we were told the lawn was closed and everyone with lawn tickets would get a free upgrade to the seats. This included us. That was awesome. Before Testament went on we met up with Eric (es156) and chatted, then he went down to his seat (he would also come chat with us in between bands, but security were dicks so it was always limited because he was apparently standing in some fire lane or something haha).
Testament were pretty listenable actually. I enjoyed them even though I wasn't familiar with most of the stuff. Skolnick shreds like few others, gotta love him.
Motorhead were terrible. Just terrible. I hate Motorhead. Even Ace of Spades, which I thought I liked, was terrible. Buncha knuckleheads.
Heaven and Hell were great, and I'm glad they kept the majority of my favorite Dio Sabbath songs in the abbreviated set (despite the stupid move of dropping Computer God and After All so Time Machine could represent Dehumanizer. Time Machine sucks). In particular, "Children of the Sea" and "The Sign of the Southern Cross" were amazing to hear again.
JUDAS FUCKING PRIEST. It borders on irrational how awesome they sounded, looked, and just simply were. Everyone was firing on all cylinders, and Halford needs to give Bruce a lesson in how to sing when you're old. He sounded great because he only sang what he was capable of singing, and when he busted out some crazy high note or held a note for half a minute, it was that much more rewarding. The unison headbanging was crazy awesome, "Prophecy" made me strangely want more Nostradamus tracks to be played, and the three Painkiller songs made this set a strong contender for top live show of the year. Oh wait, I saw Maiden twice. Well, third is respectable too. ;) Go see Priest, they rule.
Motorhead outta be headlining this damn tour :mad: :flame:
Nah, but really you must grow a sack :tongue: What is not to love about Motorhead?
Nah, but really you must grow a sack :tongue: What is not to love about Motorhead?[/QUOTE]
It was a great show.
[SIZE=7]GOTTA DIE TILL THE DAY YOU DO IT!!![/SIZE]
What, are we all just providing examples of things that suck?
not getting motorhead in connecticut sucks also..... at least y'all had a chance to see them....
08/24 the crue and buckcherry
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