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Old 01-26-2012, 03:53 AM
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Lamb of God -- Boston, MA -- January 25th, 2012

The Acacia Strain:
Beast
The Hills Have Eyes
Burnface
Whoa! Shut It Down
Bay of Pigs
Dr.Doom
JFC

Lamb of God:
Desolation
Ghost Walking
Walk With Me in Hell
Set to Fail
Now You've Got Something to Die For
Ruin
Hourglass
The Undertow
Descending
Contractor
The Number Six
Laid To Rest

Encore:
In Your Words
Redneck
Black Label


Incredible show. Seeing Lamb of God in such an intimate setting was a surreal experience. I honestly forgot how good they where live, but after last night, I will never forget again. The new stuff kicks ass live (especially Ghost Walking) and I hope to see them add more of it in the future. Everything was perfect except for getting one of my earplugs knocked out of ear during Ghost Walking and losing it for good (I just bought them last week). Beyond memorable performance from Lamb of God and I hope they roll through Massachusetts again later this year.

The Acacia Strain, despite being out of place, was really good yet again. Vincent Bennett was truly honored to be there and seemed geniuely surprised at the reception they got (I don't know why though, they are from here). The first band, Too Late The Hero, was pretty lame (they were also terribly out of place), but I respect their enthusisam and they had decent stage presence.

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Too Late the Hero 3/10
The Acacia Strain 8.5/10
Lamb of God 10/10
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Where did they play? House of Blues/Avalon?
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Where did they play? House of Blues/Avalon?
The Paradise. It was my first time going to a show there. The sound was awesome, but the setup isn't the greatest. There is way too many poles that obstruct your view. Still it's a good venue and I would definitely go to a show there in the future.
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That Acacia Strain setlist is wrong, this is it:

Song with 1,632,827,247,986,478 breakdown's x7 and pig squealing. in summation, they played the same song 7 times.
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Old 01-26-2012, 05:46 AM
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That Acacia Strain setlist is wrong, this is it:

Song with 1,632,827,247,986,478 breakdown's x7 and pig squealing. in summation, they played the same song 7 times.
Oh alright I'll be sure to change that
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Oh alright I'll be sure to change that
The first band was better, and they were out of place.
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Too Late The Hero is meh. They are from Maine. Signed to Willie's record label so that's why they got on this. Nice group of guys but for some reason people in this state call them metal.
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Christ, it must have been a while since they played a venue of that size. I mean when was the last time they played a show without a barricade?

EDIT: Ok, I guess there is a barricade. But it's rather close to the stage. Still though, intimate.
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That Acacia Strain setlist is wrong, this is it:

Song with 1,632,827,247,986,478 breakdown's x7 and pig squealing. in summation, they played the same song 7 times.
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