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Old 07-23-2011, 12:10 PM
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Summer Slaughter -- Los Angeles, CA -- July 22nd, 2011

@ House of Blues

The Black Dahlia Murder:

A Shrine To Madness
Everything Went Black
A Vulgar Picture
Nocturnal
Moonlight Equilibrium
Malenchantments of the Necrosphere
Carbonized in Cruciform
Statutory Ape
Necropolis
What a Horrible Night to Have a Curse
Deathmask Divine
Miasma
I Will Return
Funeral Thirst
Blood In The Ink

Darkest Hour (From a friend):
World Engulfed In Flames
With A Thousand Words To Say But One
Savor The Kill
Convalescence
Everyday Disaster
Love As A Weapon
Doomsayer
Sadist Nation

Six Feet Under (Partial setlist):

Stripped, Raped and Strangled (Cannibal Corpse)
Revenge of the Zombie
Seed of Filth
Human Target
Hammer Smashed Face (Cannibal Corpse)

Dying Fetus:

Descend into Depravity
One Shot, One Kill
Shepherd's Commandment
Homicidal Retribution
Praise The Lord (Opium Of The Masses)
Your Treachery Will Die with You

Powerglove (Partial Setlist):

Storm Eagle
Tetris
Metal Kombat
Gotta Catch 'Em All
Mario Minor

Fleshgod Apocalypse:

The Violation
In Honour of Reason
The Egosim
Thru Our Scars


I'm not really in the reviewing mood right now, so just a small recap. Fleshgod Apocalypse only got 20 minutes, I think their set ended up getting cut a little short, so that was lame, but they were awesome and the fact that I got to meet them and got a shirt signed by all them made this show worthwhile, and everything else was a bonus.

Dying Fetus was great as expected, and it was nice to see them mix the setlist up a little bit.

Six Feet Under was surprisingly really good live. I don't care for this band's studio recordings (for the most part), but live they sounded much better, especially Chris Barnes. And the Cannibal Corpse covers were awesome.

The Black Dahlia Murder was insane. The crowd was going crazy for them, one of the craziest crowds I've ever been a part of.

I caught a tiny bit of Darkest Hour's set but I was out at the merch booths during most of their set. They sounded pretty good.

There were some really horrible bands on the bill, Oceano is one of the worst bands I've ever seen/heard. But the good outweighed the bad luckily, and it was a really great experience.

Also Powerglove was pretty entertaining too, but a lot of their songs seemed way too long.
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