Metallica -- Kansas City, MO -- October 25th, 2008
Mine's formatted right, so mine's the best! :mad:
That Was Just Your Life
The End Of The Line
Harvester Of Sorrow
Ride The Lightning :drool:
Broken, Beat And Scarred
Sad But True
Until It Sleeps
Wherever I May Roam
The Day That Never Comes
Master Of Puppets
Fight Fire With Fire :drool:
Nothing Else Matters
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Seek and Destroy
Down: (partial/what I could do)
Phil introduced himself and a bassist for being in Pantera, dedicated the song to Dimebag, then played one? I dunno if it was a Pantera song or what, but it sounded like he said "Standing by myself" a lot.
Beneath The Tides
A song where he said "Bleed My Eyes" or something a lot
Bury Me In Smoke
?? (Maybe The Sundering or Celestial crown)
?? (Maybe The Forest Giant's Daughter or Barael's Blade)
Fire Lances of the Ancient Hyperzephyrians
The Black River
The Sword: 7.5/10
Review to come.
down played lifer they have been dedicating that song to dime at least during the last couple of shows.
and can anyone else confirm the first two songs on the sword?
Thank you for finally giving others atleast an idea for The Sword & Down. W/o knowing I'm going to guess the next to last song from Down was "Morn" I could be wrong though...I texted a friend of mine that went up there and I was so jealous she got to hear RTL. I was very impressed that Metallica broke out easily their best setlist on the tour up to this point even though it's only 4 dates into it. Thanks for the other setlists.
i posted downs setlist from another show in another thread and i heard the set hasn't changed
What a great concert for my first arena show! I arrived very early, About an hour and 15 minutes before doors at 6:00 PM but there was already a large line and lots of people going in. I got to my second-level seat around. 6:15. One thing about the Sprint Center that took me by surprise: It's a lot smaller than I thought it would be! It only holds around 15,000 people, but my second-level seat was absolutely perfect. I had a clear view of the stage and it was great! Another great thing about this show: The bands started right on time.
The Sword came on right at 7:00 PM. Some of the people commented on how quiet it was. They were definitely loud enough, but a lot quieter than I expected. A good show overall, though. Took around the middle of the first song with vocals to get the lead guitarists voice to be heard. At several points during their set, I thought to myself "It sounds like High On Fire playing Black Sabbath with Karl Sanders writing the music". Not sure if it accurately represents the band, but they were pretty good. The crowd got into them during "Freya", apparently from its appearance on Guitar Hero 2. They'd be way more awesome at a smaller venue, however. Pretty heavy.
Down came on at about 7:40 and lots of people around me really wanted to see them. I wasn't looking forward to them: Never liked Pantera and I thought they'd be really slow. They were heavy, but never slow! Phil Anselmo really worked the crowd during the songs, including actually throwing the mic into the crowd while he fooled around with something else! All the band worked all sides of the stage, and people went crazy whenever Mr. Anselmo came over to them. My favorite song of them would've had to be "N.O.D.". Very awesome, but once again, I think they'd be better in a smaller environment. Perhaps Ozzfest 2009?
Right at 9:00, the lights went down and The Ecstasy Of Gold came over the PA. People went insane, and the entire Sprint Center lit up with lighters and cell phone lights. After Ecstasy, a recorded version of the intro to "That Was Just Your Life" started to play and the band took the stage in darkness, kicking in along with the song at the right time. Metallica also worked the stage very well, moving back and forth across the stage, playing to everyone. During several songs, the four giant casket-shaped lighting fixtures hanging above the stage would slowly lower themselves closer to the stage and twist and contort themselves before retreating back to the ceiling again. The show also made use of laser light shows (That Was Just Your Life, Enter Sandman) and Pyro (One, Fight Fire With Fire). There wasn't a whole lot of banter to the crowd, but that's fine. Made room for more songs. The band played 18 songs within two hours, and threw in some surprises and treats, such as Ride The Lightning and Fight Fire With Fire. By the end of the night, they brought up the house lights and unleashed tons of inflatable "Metallica" balls on the crowd for "Seek And Destroy". Afterwards, they spent a long time throwing things to the crowd and thanking them. One can only hope they come back soon with something even better.
They didnt do Creeping Death!:mad:
[QUOTE=(sic)&disturbed;194907]They didnt do Creeping Death!:mad:[/QUOTE]
Fight Fire With Fire
Ride The Lightning
I don't know about you, but those are kickass songs.
[QUOTE=MetalIsArt;194909]Fight Fire With Fire
Ride The Lightning
I don't know about you, but those are kickass songs.[/QUOTE]
Of course those are great I love them but we all have our favorites and Creeping Death is mine followed by Sanitarium and Disposible Heroes!
[QUOTE=(sic)&disturbed;194910]Of course those are great I love them but we all have our favorites and Creeping Death is mine followed by Sanitarium and Disposible Heroes![/QUOTE]
god i can't wait till this show!!!!!!!!!
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