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Old 01-14-2011, 02:28 PM
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Hell, Napalm Death don't have a lead guitarist anymore and they still sound phenomenal live.
Yeah, because when I think of Napalm Death, I think of those beautifully written solos.

Max may "fake" playing guitar, but it's better than masquerading as a legendary thrash band.
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Old 01-14-2011, 02:39 PM
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Yeah, because when I think of Napalm Death, I think of those beautifully written solos.
That wasn't my point. My point was they went from having 2 guitarist to 1 and they still sound great.


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Max may "fake" playing guitar, but it's better than masquerading as a legendary thrash band.
Do you smell that?....I think i smell some shit....yeah definitely smells like a pile of shit to me
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Old 01-14-2011, 02:50 PM
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Do you smell that?....I think i smell some shit....yeah definitely smells like a pile of shit to me
You should probably shower, otherwise you'll continue to smell like Fakepultura.
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Old 01-14-2011, 03:13 PM
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You should probably shower, otherwise you'll continue to smell like Fakepultura.

wow talk about coincidence?
That's funny you mention that because I literally just got out of the shower like 2 minutes ago. But thanks fo the advise Broseph
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that sure is a fucking great set, and I can totally understand why such a big Sep lover like you Sep69 would go see this, it's a bit like a die hard Maiden fan like me going to see Paul Di'Anno, the songs are so great that you are guaranteed a great time.

But I can only imagine what a reunion tour would be. That would be fucking mind blowing. But still, I'M sure it was amazing like you said !


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Old 01-14-2011, 05:29 PM
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damn there are a LOT of old songs in that set...

okay Sep, here are my questions for you:
-Compare Sepultura playing old songs vs. Soulfly playing old songs. During which band did they sound better?
-is it even worth it going just to see old songs being played?

and yeah, I don't even know your friends, but I want to kill them for being so goddamn stupid
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Old 01-14-2011, 06:08 PM
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Damn that setlist is fuckin' badass. But of course no awesome tours ever come to St. Louis. Fuckin' shithole.
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Old 01-15-2011, 02:05 AM
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damn there are a LOT of old songs in that set...

okay Sep, here are my questions for you:
-Compare Sepultura playing old songs vs. Soulfly playing old songs. During which band did they sound better?
SEPULTURA totally ANNIHILATES Soulfly in performance. I saw Soulfly in November last year and they were good no doubt about it but Sepultura was fucking amazing. Like I said before....I'm not trying to kiss the bands ass all I simply ask is you guys go to one of the shows during their upcoming tour and then come and tell me if you thought they sucked or not?(I think DethMaiden has seen them aswell and could probably vouch for me on this one )

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-is it even worth it going just to see old songs being played?
I really love their last two releases and after going to these last two shows(I just got back from the Hollywood show)I'm glad to know I am not the only one that really loves the new stuff. The pits really got intense and brutal during songs like the "The Treatment" and "WHAT I DO?" and everyone was singing the lyrics word for word, it was awesome!. The brand new song they played off the upcoming album also sounded really great(apparently Roy Z was at the show tonight, checking out the bands performance since hes producing the upcoming record). But to answer your question, yes it's definitely worth checking out the old stuff....Especially when they are playing the majority of the albums written and played by Andreas Kisser

Meaningless Movements was the highlight for me just because it was so damn unexpected and really never thought of it being on the set.
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I should elaborate that going from two guitars to one is different from only having one guitar. Some depth is lost but it seems some of the arrangements sound different. If a band has played with one guitar the music is written for that guitar not for two. No big deal it's just an observation. I saw Max last year and thought he sounded fine. I may go see Seps in April. If I am correct they are playing all of Arise. That would be super!!
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That's not a bad setlist at all...
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