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Old 06-27-2012, 11:03 PM
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Hoooooly shit that set is fucking awesome. I hope they keep Embers Fire, Erased, and One Second for the US tour.
Agreed 100%. If they play Embers Fire when I see them I will lose my mind. As for Erased and One Second, they have become pretty regular parts of the set so they will more than likely keep them in for the US tour. Also, opening with Widow is about the most amazingly awesome opening song they have used in quite a long time. My only gripe with the setlist is that they should at least play something off of Host & Believe In Nothing (yes, let the hate commence) and some more off of Draconian Times.
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Old 06-28-2012, 12:40 AM
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Sooo you didn't see Slayer?
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Old 06-28-2012, 12:42 AM
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Sooo you didn't see Slayer?
I saw them two nights before the festival in Moscow...
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Old 06-28-2012, 12:43 AM
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I saw them two nights before the festival in Moscow...
Who did you see instead of Slayer at the fest?
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Old 06-28-2012, 12:49 AM
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Who did you see instead of Slayer at the fest?
Lamb of God. They weren't on at the same time, but I wanted to hold my front-row spot for them. Besides, I hadn't seen LOG before whereas the Moscow show was my second time seeing Slayer.
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Old 06-28-2012, 12:52 AM
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Lamb of God. They weren't on at the same time, but I wanted to hold my front-row spot for them. Besides, I hadn't seen LOG before whereas the Moscow show was my second time seeing Slayer.
Well I can respect that. I've never seen LOG before and would probably do something similar if I had just seen Slayer two days before. I would've probably tried to see part of Slayer's set and gone to see the last half of LOG but that's just me.
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Old 06-28-2012, 01:07 AM
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I would've probably tried to see part of Slayer's set and gone to see the last half of LOG but that's just me.
Well, you could see all of both bands since they weren't on at the same time like I said. I did hear all of their set, though, since the stage LOG were on was right next to the one Slayer were playing at
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Old 06-28-2012, 01:25 AM
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Well, you could see all of both bands since they weren't on at the same time like I said. I did hear all of their set, though, since the stage LOG were on was right next to the one Slayer were playing at
I guess it worked out then haha. That reminds me of the last time I saw MGMT. I didn't get to see them cause I was blocked by a giant wall but I got to hear them
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The penultimate band of the first day at Graspop came in the form of the third-best band of the whole weekend, Lamb of God. Lamb of God were everything I expected, and more. Insane? Check. Godly? Check. Headbangable as hell? Check. Randy Blythe is up there as one of the best frontmen and live vocalists I've had the privy of seeing, and the rest of the band is just as intense. In truth, I can't even choose one song that stands out above the rest; each is a contender. 'Something to Die For' and 'Redneck' were absolutely impeccable; Blythe brought out Donald Tardy (drummer of Obituary) to play drums on 'Redneck', who did a great job. At the end of their set, I caught Willie's guitar pick, and made my way to the main-stage to see the headliner of the day: Ozzy Osbourne.

Desolation
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Walk With Me in Hell
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Your first video linked to 'The Undertow' instead of 'Hourglass'. I edited in the quote. Great set.
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