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Old 07-22-2011, 11:13 PM
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Well seeing how I don't like them to begin with, and met them at Ozzfest 2005 where they all acted 'yeah, you all know who we are, we are the best', and being from the Orlando area, Trivium are branded as the douches of the metal scene. They are that band everyone used to be friends with, and once they got big they stopped being the same people. Very shit-don't-stink band now.
I don't know about that. A few years ago, yeah for sure, but I think people should give them a bit of a break there. They were young dudes, barely out of their teenage years in a band that was quickly rising in popularity. I think most people in that situation would be a little cocky. From watching various interviews throughout the years and even meeting them once, it seems that they've matured in recent years.
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Old 07-22-2011, 11:14 PM
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You must be going to the wrong Trivium shows. And either way, you're acting all "you don't know specifics, you're not a real fan", that's pretty dickish
They aren't Trivium shows, they are local shows in Orlando he goes to because he lives there, which is what makes his actions more asshole-ish. And while I may have come off dick-ish, they had already been assholes to me back in 2005, and the drummer was the last on the panel of the meet n greet, which was full of a "ugh-another-fan-thing-great" Trivium. So twice I'd meet them, twice they were horrid, so it was my own sweet victory against a band that had wronged me as a concert goer.

Plus it's the fact I went out of way each time to even see these people, so thinking I should be thankful for getting conversation out of someone seems wrong. I should feel grateful that I person I have approached at a fan meet up says words to me?
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Old 07-22-2011, 11:15 PM
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I don't know about that. A few years ago, yeah for sure, but I think people should give them a bit of a break there. They were young dudes, barely out of their teenage years in a band that was quickly rising in popularity. I think most people in that situation would be a little cocky. From watching various interviews throughout the years and even meeting them once, it seems that they've matured in recent years.
Well maybe when they get back on home soil they go back to being "we are too big for you now," because that's all I have ever seen from them.
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Old 07-22-2011, 11:29 PM
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They aren't Trivium shows, they are local shows in Orlando he goes to because he lives there, which is what makes his actions more asshole-ish. And while I may have come off dick-ish, they had already been assholes to me back in 2005, and the drummer was the last on the panel of the meet n greet, which was full of a "ugh-another-fan-thing-great" Trivium. So twice I'd meet them, twice they were horrid, so it was my own sweet victory against a band that had wronged me as a concert goer.

Plus it's the fact I went out of way each time to even see these people, so thinking I should be thankful for getting conversation out of someone seems wrong. I should feel grateful that I person I have approached at a fan meet up says words to me?
I don't know, I've met them twice and they were nice..
Maybe they just don't like you??
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Old 07-23-2011, 12:13 AM
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Yeah, Byron was a complete doucher and I met him of 3 separate occasions. Same thing for Benji from Skindred. And Dave Mustaine.
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Old 07-23-2011, 12:37 AM
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Old 07-23-2011, 03:42 AM
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Old 07-23-2011, 09:05 AM
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Hell yeah he is! Went to one of his book signings, and made comments on my friend's Randy Rhoads shirt. Guy is killer!
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Old 07-23-2011, 09:10 AM
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I don't know, I've met them twice and they were nice..
Maybe they just don't like you??
Or they don't like Florida, which we have all come to terms with here.
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Old 07-23-2011, 11:26 AM
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And I got two photos, one with the guitarist/vocalist Tomasso Riccardi and the bassist Paolo Rossi, and the other with the drummer Francesco Paoli.
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