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Old 11-02-2011, 08:57 AM
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Anthrax -- Orlando, FL, -- November 1st, 2011

DEATH ANGEL:
1. I Chose the Sky
2. Evil Priest
3. Claws In So Deep
4. Relentless Revolution
5. Seemingly Endless Time
6. The Ultra-Violence
7. Thrown to the Wolves









TESTAMENT:
1. The Preacher
2. The New Order
3. The Persecuted Won't Forget
4. Envy Life
5. Over the Wall
6. Souls of Black
7. Into the Pit
8. Electric Crown
9. Henchmen Ride
10. More Than Meets the Eye
11. D.N.R.
12. 3 Days in Darkness
13. Disciples of the Watch









ANTHRAX:
--Intro--
Worship
1. Earth on Hell
2. Fight 'Em Till You Can't
3. Caught in a Mosh
4. Madhouse
5. Antisocial
6. I'm Alive
7. The Devil You Know
8. Indians
9. In the End/The Giant
10. Got the Time
11. Be All, End All
--Encore--
12. Refuse/Resist/N.F.L.
13. Metal Thrashing Mad
14. I Am The Law
--Outro--
Long Live Rock 'n' Roll












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Old 11-02-2011, 09:58 AM
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How exactly did the In The End/The Giant combo go?

I read on the Anthrax message board that they did Revolution Screams and Medusa at soundcheck. Too bad neither of them were played. I like Revolution Screams a lot. I'd put it in place of I'm Alive since they insist on not expanding their set past 14 or 15 songs.
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Old 11-02-2011, 10:17 AM
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How exactly did the In The End/The Giant combo go?
Just like the album, plus Joey ranting about Dio
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Old 11-02-2011, 11:08 AM
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Crazy show this especially when Scott wanted the HOB staff to join in the war-dance for Indians

Death Angel started way too early after doors opened though. I was upstairs buying merch and missed their opening two songs
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Old 11-02-2011, 12:12 PM
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Great band, great new album, but I am sorry, 14 songs does not cut it. Look at a band like Priest, 20 songs, solid 2 hours. I don't get it. Too many good songs being left out.
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That Testament backdrop alone is enough to make me jealous that this tour is skipping Atlanta...
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Old 11-02-2011, 06:03 PM
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Great band, great new album, but I am sorry, 14 songs does not cut it.
This isn't exactly news here. Anthrax rarely plays more than 14 or 15 songs when they headline. This isn't something that's just started now, it's been going on for their whole career.
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This isn't exactly news here. Anthrax rarely plays more than 14 or 15 songs when they headline. This isn't something that's just started now, it's been going on for their whole career.
Well there's still time to fix it.
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Old 11-02-2011, 06:44 PM
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This isn't exactly news here. Anthrax rarely plays more than 14 or 15 songs when they headline. This isn't something that's just started now, it's been going on for their whole career.
I guess, but it explains why they never achieved more than moderate success. I love them, but I just think this is a pivitol time for them, with a great new album they should be pulling out all of the stops, and act like some of the big time headliners
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Great band, great new album, but I am sorry, 14 songs does not cut it. Look at a band like Priest, 20 songs, solid 2 hours. I don't get it. Too many good songs being left out.
Blaze bayley played 18 songs nearly 2 full hours! And that was to a group on 35 people in minnesota. And he gave it his all. I don't see why bigger names like anthrax wont so more for there fans. Its sad to see that the british bands like maiden priest and even blaze bayley do more for fans musicly then american bands.
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