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Old 04-14-2012, 11:19 AM
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Barring technical difficulty or local curfew (which I'm assuming wasn't an issue) there is no reason for a headliner to play only an hour.
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Old 04-14-2012, 11:24 AM
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That sucks the set was only 13 songs. I was hoping for more out of them. I've only seen them play 20 minute slots on opening festivals, so I can't complain about an hour. I was really hoping we would get Wolves Guard my Coffin
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Old 04-14-2012, 11:31 AM
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The Thousand Plagues I Witness (I'm pretty sure)
Yeah, they definitely played that. I forgot about that. Someone showed me the actual set list that he snagged and that was for sure on it.
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Old 04-14-2012, 12:20 PM
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I'm really stoked for this show, but I'm a little disappointed that 'Daimonos' is still absent from their setlist for whatever reason.

Still waiting for sets from In Solitude, The Devil's Blood, and Watain (when they arrive)!
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Old 04-14-2012, 12:21 PM
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The set I got (from y'know, actually being there and writing down each song they played) was:

Ov Fire And Void
Demigod
Moonspell Rites
Conquer All
The Thousand Plagues I Witness (I'm pretty sure)
Alas, The Lord Is Upon Me
The Seed Ov I
Decade Of Therion
At The Left Hand Ov God
Slaves Shall Serve
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23 (The Youth Manifesto)
Lucifer



Which is almost the same set that they were playing in Poland right before coming over here. Now you can sit here and preach at me all you want about how miraculous it is for them to still be playing shows, that Nergal is alive, etc, but that does not excuse the fact that that set just doesn't cut it for me. There were a couple really cool tracks to see (Moonspell Rites and 23 in particular), but:
  • Still opening with Ov Fire and Void for some stupid reason.
  • Still closing with Lucifer for some stupid reason
  • Sill including a lot of tracks that they always play (Conquer All, Slaves Shall Serve, etc) that I wouldn't mind them excluding for once.
  • No Shemhamforash?!
  • Only an hour long set.
  • Left out some of my favorite tracks from Evangelion and played some I don't care about from that album.
  • Pretty much ignored Demigod and Zos Kia, 2 albums that deserve a fuckton more respect live.
  • No Christians To The Lions.

And to top it off, despite it being a sold-out show, the pits were pretty weak. Though I won't judge a band's performance based on the audience. Behemoth were amazing live as always, so spot on and really fucking evil and cool. At one point they all had blood in their mouths and spat it out all over themselves, and Nergal had on a crown of thorns (from the Alas the Lord video) on for a couple songs. So fucking cool. My only real complaints are about the setlist, which is unfortunate. Still killer live.

In the end, though... I kinda wish I either went to Mastopeth OR Ceremony that night. I really like both the new Mastodon and Ceremony albums and have yet to hear shit from 'em live. Oh, and In Solitude and The Devil's Blood were totally not my thing. I kind of hated them, honestly. So I won't go on about them. Really wish Watain could have set the mood instead.
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Old 04-14-2012, 12:33 PM
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Old 04-14-2012, 12:44 PM
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If you guys haven't figured out that bands lie about their setlists all the time, then I don't know what to tell you.

Polls, suggestions on Facebook, "long" sets, etc. I never take their word for it anymore.
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Old 04-14-2012, 12:53 PM
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[*]Pretty much ignored Demigod and Zos Kia, 2 albums that deserve a fuckton more respect live.
They played three songs from Demigod, albeit the most popular ones, but still. I agree about Zos Kia though.

I wish they would have played Horns Ov Baphomet.
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I realize this may be a slight tangent, but I finally got around to watching the Evangelia Heritika DVD they put out a while ago. Holy hell these guys put on an intense performance. I'm considering seeing them in a few weeks, but the only album I've been able to get into by them is Evangelion. Should I still check it out?
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Old 04-14-2012, 02:38 PM
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I realize this may be a slight tangent, but I finally got around to watching the Evangelia Heritika DVD they put out a while ago. Holy hell these guys put on an intense performance. I'm considering seeing them in a few weeks, but the only album I've been able to get into by them is Evangelion. Should I still check it out?
If you've never seen them before, then yes, since the main complaints from everyone, including myself, is the lack of differentiation in their set list.
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