Originally Posted by markrz
The one time I saw Destruction, it wasn't that great, but they had a lot of technical problems during the set. Also I thought their music came across more 'naturally' from the stage as opposed to their very produced album sound. It was a very big, noticeable difference, but not in a bad way IMO.
Stage presence/energy wise, Overkill sets the bar intimidatingly high.
You were at the show at The church of Boston where they stopped every few songs because the amps kept cutting out and they told the crowd to tell the venue to go fuck itself? Great time