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Old 09-26-2010, 07:31 AM
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question, how loud/clear were the vocals? I saw Dir En Grey at Rams head earlier this month and the vocals were so low that when there were no instruments playing, and just Kyo singing, you could still barely hear him, so i was just wondering if it was an off night for the sound people, or if its that bad every night.
Maybe that was the main problem with Kings-X. I could barely hear the vocals and the music was all the same virtual tempo. I can see why power metal people would love them, I just prefer faster and slower songs I guess.

On the other hand Accept's vocals were great. The mix for them was perfect but I was front row too where during Kings-X I was up at the bar.
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Maybe that was the main problem with Kings-X. I could barely hear the vocals and the music was all the same virtual tempo. I can see why power metal people would love them, I just prefer faster and slower songs I guess.

On the other hand Accept's vocals were great. The mix for them was perfect but I was front row too where during Kings-X I was up at the bar.
If King's X is anything like power metal, I am the tooth fairy. It's progressive rock. Odd that the vocals were seemingly low though, as all 3 guys sing.
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