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Old 10-02-2010, 01:07 AM
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Ballroom Blitz -- Brussels, Belgium -- October 1st, 2010

weird bill (I mean, Dimmu Borgir opening for Korn, what the ?), but great show from both bands ! New Dimmu songs are pretty good live, but my fav one is still Puritania.

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Xibir
Spellbound
Dimmu Borgir
Gateways
Chess With The Abyss
The Serpentine Offering
Puritania
Progenies of The Great Apocalypse
Mourning Palace
Vanity or Perfection (outro)

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Intro 4U
Right Now
Pop A Pill
Here To Stay
Oildale
Falling Away From Me
Did My Time
Let The Guilt Go
Somebody Someone
Throw Me Away
Freak On A Leash
Helmet
Blind
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I can't see too many Korn fans liking Dimmu Borgir. But then again, I can't see many [actual] metal fans liking them anymore either, so I don't know what kind of tour they should be on.

And that isn't to say you can't like "real" metal and Dimmu Borgir - it's just become a fact that they sold out long ago.
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since Vortex left I think that leaves a huge hole in the bands roster. His vocals were a fair addition to their sound.
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Meh, tours like this seem to always work far better in Europe then they do in North America. I think in 2004 or something Korn played a few shows in Europe where the had Finntroll opening up for them.
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Old 10-02-2010, 10:33 AM
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Meh, tours like this seem to always work far better in Europe then they do in North America. I think in 2004 or something Korn played a few shows in Europe where the had Finntroll opening up for them.
indeed, for some strange reasons, we often get some weird tours (Kataklysm & Manegarm on the same bill, for instance, or Swashbuckle and the Bathory-tribute Twilight of The Gods), but I guess it's pretty interesting, you can discover bands... maybe we Europeans are a bit more open-minded, I don't know...
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