I arrived about halfway into Scale the Summit's set, I think. After they finished that song, they played a couple more:
The Great Plains
Omni (one of the guys said they had never played it before live. It was the best song they played).
While the band was definitely very talented, I honestly thought they were pretty boring.
Next, Devin Townsend. Unfortunately he had technical problems during his set and he had to skip a few songs. He solved the problem by playing the click track, the metronome, which was fucking annoying as hell.
He was very disappointing live. I don't even like his music, but my friend, who worships Devy, thought he sucked, too.
something from Terria or Ocean machine?
By Your Command (Ziltoid)
I gotta give him points though, he was grinning the entire time and cracking jokes. He said he had no idea what he was doing, that it was so hard playing live after three years.
Cynic were very good. I closed my eyes for a lot of the set and just took in the sweet sounds of Cynic. They impressed me very much.
I know they played 'Evolutionary Sleeper,' 'The Space for This,' and 'Integral Birth.' Most of the other stuff was also probably from Traced in Air. They may have played 'Veil of Maya,' I dunno.
Finally, Between the Buried and Me. My friend and I rushed the stage during the first notes of 'Obfuscation.' This proved to be a stupid idea. For the next 9 minutes I was never in the same place. I kept being rammed into and I was doing the same. While it was going, I had a fun time, but after that song I was sore and moved back behind the pit. (I later learned that the area in front of the pit is the worst, as it is mostly teenage fanboys who are like "OMG I want to touch the band!!!1" Indeed, every crowdsurfer I saw was like 15).
The band was very entertaining and heavy, but everything sounded the fucking same. I swear. It was getting on my nerves.
The setlist was the same as the previous night:
Disease, Injury, Madness
More of Myself to Kill
Ants of the Sky
Swim to The Moon
I had to leave before White Walls, which sucked because it's like their best song, but honestly I was getting kind of tired of them anyway. The fans are so annoying. There weren't any scene kids really, but half of the audience were teenagers, and honestly I hate seeing other teenagers at metal shows because they don't really have any sense of etiquette. Like they won't pick you up if you fall down. I was actually on the floor on my belly for a whole minute with people standing nearly on top of me but nobody helped me up, and when I finally got myself up people were staring at me...
In conclusion, it was an alright concert.