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TonyD 04-04-2009 11:51 PM

Lamb of God -- San Jose, CA -- April 4th, 2009
 
God Forbid wasn't terrible, but still a pretty generic metalcore live band. That's all I can say.

I was excited to see Municipal Waste for the first time and they didn't disappoint. They had a quick, high energy set, and they even brought out the Inebriator. It doesn't hurt to be seeing a hardcore/thrash band drunk, either.
I'm guessing their set was the same as previously posted, but this is what I can confirm:
Intro
Sadistic Magician
The Thrashin Of The Christ
Headbanger Face Rip
Mind Eraser
Beer Pressure
Unleash The Bastards
Bangover (plus MW is gonna fuck you up)

This was my third time seeing Bodom, and I have to give them props for saving party time til after the show tonight since both previous performances were pretty sloppy. What didn't change was their sub par set list. Other than that, a good show. Even though they didn't play Billie Jean this time, after getting a good boo when mentioning they played LA last night, Alexi said that the crowd was much crazier, motherfuckers.
Silent Night, Bodom Night
Hate Me!
Hellhounds On My Trail
Living Dead Beat
Angels Don't Kill
Bodom Beach Terror
In Your Face
Blooddrunk
Downfall

Suicidal Tendencies is one of the bands that get better every time they come around. I couldn't be delivered much better news than "AILD drops, ST is added". Even though they played a short set, 40 minutes of Suicidal is a hell of a lot better than no Suicidal.
You Can't Bring Me Down
Possessed To Skate
Subliminal
War Inside My Head
Cyco Vision
Lost Again
Come Alive
Send Me Your Money
Pledge Your Allegiance


Lamb of God has somewhat of a bad rep with the metal police, if you will. Anyone who sees this tour will be convinced otherwise. If anything they are the Slayer of this generation; a little overrated, but always solid and true to their fans. The sound, lighting and stage was great. The set was heavy on newer stuff (isn't it a given on this site?), but I can't complain because there was only one song IMO that really didn't need to be there.
The Passing
In Your Words
Set To Fail
Walk With Me In Hell
Hourglass
Now You've Got Something To Die For
Ruin
Dead Seeds
Blacken The Cursed Sun
Grace
Broken Hands
Laid to Rest
Contractor
Reclamation
Redneck
Black Label

Nickweiser 04-05-2009 09:17 AM

all i can say is fuck the metal police. Seriously, whats so wrong about having an open mind to music? Let alone who cares if a band is popular or not.

Iron Maiden? Pantera? Slayer? Judas Priest?

all metal bands that are still popular

if anyone is still stuck in their whole "closet band" phase its time you grow the fuck up.

Lamb of God are here to stay and there is nothing you can do about it

mankvill 04-05-2009 09:32 AM

:cool:

I think I will go to this. Good sets from Municipal Waste and Bodom. Too bad I don't get ST.

Maybe the song they played was Cyco Vision? It's short, and would be good for them only playing 40 minutes (wtf!)

SerpentineVIVIVI 04-05-2009 09:35 AM

What a brutal set, I'm so glad it's filled with Wrath songs, I've seen them 3 times and I want to hear as many new stuff as possible. Fantastic record anyway....:rocker:

Indestructible 04-05-2009 10:19 AM

whAT Are the metal police

Indestructible 04-05-2009 10:20 AM

[QUOTE=TonyD;207261]God Forbid wasn't terrible, but still a pretty generic metalcore live band. That's all I can say.

I was excited to see Municipal Waste for the first time and they didn't disappoint. They had a quick, high energy set, and they even brought out the Inebriator. It doesn't hurt to be seeing a hardcore/thrash band drunk, either.
I'm guessing their set was the same as previously posted, but this is what I can confirm:
Intro
Sadistic Magician
The Thrashin Of The Christ
Headbanger Face Rip
Mind Eraser
Beer Pressure
Unleash The Bastards
Bangover (plus MW is gonna fuck you up)

This was my third time seeing Bodom, and I have to give them props for saving party time til after the show tonight since both previous performances were pretty sloppy. What didn't change was their sub par set list. Other than that, a good show. Even though they didn't play Billie Jean this time, after getting a good boo when mentioning they played LA last night, Alexi said that the crowd was much crazier, motherfuckers.
Silent Night, Bodom Night
Hate Me!
Hellhounds On My Trail
Living Dead Beat
Angels Don't Kill
Bodom Beach Terror
In Your Face
Blooddrunk
Downfall

Suicidal Tendencies is one of the bands that get better every time they come around. I couldn't be delivered much better news than "AILD drops, ST is added". Even though they played a short set, 40 minutes of Suicidal is a hell of a lot better than no Suicidal. One song is missing:
You Can't Bring Me Down
Possessed To Skate
Subliminal
War Inside My Head
Come Alive
Send Me Your Money
Pledge Your Allegiance


Lamb of God has somewhat of a bad rep with the metal police, if you will. Anyone who sees this tour will be convinced otherwise. If anything they are the Slayer of this generation; a little overrated, but always solid and true to their fans. The sound, lighting and stage was great. The set was heavy on newer stuff (isn't it a given on this site?), but I can't complain because there was only one song IMO that really didn't need to be there.
The Passing
In Your Words
Set To Fail
Walk With Me In Hell
Hourglass
Now You've Got Something To Die For
Ruin
Dead Seeds
Blacken The Cursed Sun
Grace
Broken Hands
Laid to Rest
Contractor
Reclamation
Redneck
Black Label[/QUOTE]

good set the only one they dont need is Black label. unless he starts doing the nag songs with the way he growls now

b1indedbyfear 04-05-2009 11:32 AM

They should never take Black Label out. They need to add more from NAG and ATPB.

b_halperin 04-05-2009 11:43 AM

[QUOTE=Indestructible;207282]good set the only one they dont need is Black label. unless he starts doing the nag songs with the way he growls now[/QUOTE]


im sure they signed a contract which forbids them to end with any song other than black label. and for good reason. that song is killer live.

mankvill 04-05-2009 11:50 AM

[QUOTE=b_halperin;207296]im sure they signed a contract which forbids them to end with any song other than black label. and for good reason. that song is killer live.[/QUOTE]

But that's one of the two songs I want to hear by them, and I don't wanna sit through the whole set to see it :(

b_halperin 04-05-2009 11:54 AM

[QUOTE=mankvill;207298]But that's one of the two songs I want to hear by them, and I don't wanna sit through the whole set to see it :([/QUOTE]

wats the other song?

and i think black label works great at the end with the WOD


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