Originally Posted by adamclark52
The start time was actually changed from seven to doors at five, I think. And the venue was moved from the Sound Academy (which holds around 1500) to the Phoenix (which is probably less than 1000). Motorhead were playing in town the same night but I doubt the promoter was worried that would take people away, totally different crowds. I think there was a Rave or something, I know some Toronto radio stations use that venue for live-to-airs on Saturday nights.
I was going to say that Motorhead is a million times better than Cradle of Filth, and then I remembered I only listen to two Motorhead songs compared to one whole Cradle of Filth greatest hits album.