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Old 03-16-2011, 03:32 PM
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Dream Winds of Plauge setlist

The Search didn't Show one so I'm doing one

this list is not gonna be realistic at all

a cold day in hell/anthems of apocalypse
dead on the dance floor
legions
origins and endings
earth/forged in the fire
chest and horns
decimate the weak
brotherhood
one body to many
reloaded
refined in the fire
soldiers of doomsday
the great stone war
angels of debauchery
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the impaler
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Old 03-16-2011, 05:59 PM
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People care about this band? Eh I saw em in 2004 when they were no one
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Old 03-16-2011, 06:07 PM
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A Cold Day In Hell/Anthems of Apocalypse
Decimate The Weak
Refined in the Fire
Earth/Forged in the Fire
Soldiers of Doomsday
The Impaler
One Body Too Many
Drop the Match(or any other new song really)
Brotherhood
Reloaded
Unbreakable
Classic Struggle
Origins and Endings
Angels of Debauchery
Chest and Horns
*New Song*
Legions
Dead on the Dance Floor
ENCORE:
Full Chamber Roulette

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Old 03-16-2011, 06:08 PM
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People care about this band? Eh I saw em in 2004 when they were no one
I find them fun to listen too. One of the only deathcore bands I really care about.
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Old 03-16-2011, 07:34 PM
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they are one of my favorite bands and they are pretty famous deathcore band
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I liked 'Decimate The Weak', but I was quite disappointed w/ 'The Great Stone War'. Only songs I liked from it were Chest and Horns + Forged in Fire. There were a couple that were so-so.

I'm 50-50 on the new song they put out. Watched the live version on YT, it's OK except for the clean lyrics part. Johnny Plague (a stupid name, but he seems like an OK guy) isn't the best singer. Stick to the growls, please.

I filmes them back in '09, and I must say, they're a good live band based on that performance. A sham their keyboard player Kristen quit. She was hot. A realistic preferred setlist would be :

1) Decimate The Weak
2) Anthems of The Apocalypse
3) Legions
4) One Body Too Many
5) Whatever rare song from the 1st album
6) Refined In The Fire
7) Chest and Horns
8) Angels of Debauchery
9) The Great Stone War
10) Forged In Fire
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Old 03-17-2011, 02:11 PM
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I liked 'Decimate The Weak', but I was quite disappointed w/ 'The Great Stone War'. Only songs I liked from it were Chest and Horns + Forged in Fire. There were a couple that were so-so.

I'm 50-50 on the new song they put out. Watched the live version on YT, it's OK except for the clean lyrics part. Johnny Plague (a stupid name, but he seems like an OK guy) isn't the best singer. Stick to the growls, please.

I filmes them back in '09, and I must say, they're a good live band based on that performance. A sham their keyboard player Kristen quit. She was hot. A realistic preferred setlist would be :

1) Decimate The Weak
2) Anthems of The Apocalypse
3) Legions
4) One Body Too Many
5) Whatever rare song from the 1st album
6) Refined In The Fire
7) Chest and Horns
8) Angels of Debauchery
9) The Great Stone War
10) Forged In Fire
Johnny Plague is one of the nicest people I've met in metal. Him and Jamey Jasta.
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Old 03-17-2011, 02:14 PM
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Johnny Plague is one of the nicest people I've met in metal. Him and Jamey Jasta.
Yeah he's a chill guy. I remember back in 05 when my friend and I needed a ride home from a show, he went around to everyone asking to give us a ride, but no luck. He said he would but didn't have time to drive us home cause he had to go home asap and get sleep for an early work shift. I was better friends with his brother Chris though, I kicked it with him at school sometimes. We went to high school together. Did anyone ever hear Dead in Existence? It was like Winds of Plague jr, had Mikey Cook on keys, thats Johnny's youngest brother.
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Yeah he's a chill guy. I remember back in 05 when my friend and I needed a ride home from a show, he went around to everyone asking to give us a ride, but no luck. He said he would but didn't have time to drive us home cause he had to go home asap and get sleep for an early work shift. I was better friends with his brother Chris though, I kicked it with him at school sometimes. We went to high school together. Did anyone ever hear Dead in Existence? It was like Winds of Plague jr, had Mikey Cook on keys, thats Johnny's youngest brother.
i kicked it with johnny at mayhem festival for about an hour
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Personally, I think Winds Of Plague is the best deathcore band around. I really enjoy all of their stuff, but I find The Great Stone War to be their best. Anyways onto my dream set

Chest And Horns
Battle Scars
Anthems Of The Apocalypse
Decimate The Weak
Refined In The Fire
Creed Of Tyrants
Angels Of Debauchery
Unbreakable
Forged In Fire
One Body Too Many
Reloaded
Encore:
Soliders Of Doomsday
The Impaler
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