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Old 08-13-2012, 02:47 PM
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Heavy MTL Festival Day 2 -- Montreal, Quebec -- August 12th, 2012

Venue: Parc Jean-Drapeau


Protest the Hero

Sex Tapes
Bloodmeat
Termites
Turn Soonest to the Sea
Limb from Limb
Hair-Trigger
Blindfolds Aside
Sequoia Throne
C'est la Vie


Overkill

Come and Get It
Bring Me the Night
Elimination
Wrecking Crew
Electric Rattlesnake
Hello from the Gutter
Ironbound
Rotten to the Core
Fuck You (Subhumans cover)


Gojira

Oroborus
The Heaviest Matter in the Universe
Backbone
Flying Whales
L'Enfant Sauvage
Planned Obsolescence
From the Sky
Explosia


The Dillinger Escape Plan

Farewell, Mona Lisa
Room Full of Eyes
Milk Lizard
When Good Dogs Do Bad Things
Gold Teeth on a Bum
Fix Your Face
Good Neighbor
Setting Fire to Sleeping Giants
Sunshine the Werewolf
43% Burnt


Suicidal Tendencies

You Can't Bring Me Down
Institutionalized
Freedumb
War Inside My Head
Subliminal
Come Alive
Send Me Your Money
Possessed to Skate
Cyco Vision
How Will I Laugh Tomorrow
Pledge Your Allegiance


In Flames

Cloud Connected
Trigger
Alias
Delight and Angers
Fear Is the Weakness
Only for the Weak
The Mirror's Truth
Where the Dead Ships Dwell
Deliver Us
The Quiet Place
Take This Life


Marilyn Manson


Hey, Cruel World...
Disposable Teens
The Love Song
No Reflection
mOBSCENE
The Dope Show
Rock Is Dead
Personal Jesus (Depeche Mode cover)
Pistol Whipped
Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) (Eurythmics cover)
Antichrist Superstar

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The Beautiful People


Slipknot

(sic)
Eyeless
Sulfur
The Blister Exists
Wait and Bleed
Before I Forget
Disasterpiece
Gently
Vermilion
Pulse of the Maggots
Everything Ends
The Heretic Anthem
Psychosocial
Snuff
Duality
Spit It Out
People = Shit
Surfacing
'Til We Die (outro)


Bands I've seen:

Protest the Hero (7,75/10)
Overkill (8,5/10)
Gojira (9/10)
B.A.R.F. (7/10)
The Dillinger Escape Plan (9/10)
Suicidal Tendencies (8,5/10)
In Flames (8/10)
Marilyn Manson (8/10)*
Slipknot (9,25/10)

* watched them from far away

Other bands that played:

Dance Laury Dance
Blind Witness
The Agonist
Iwrestledabearonce
Trivium
Emmure
Cancer Bats
Sword
Voivod
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You must mean Subhumans instead of DK...
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Out of curiosity, why the 7.75/10 for the Protest the Hero? It isn't often you seem people use quarters in rating a band's performance, so I'm just curious.
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You must mean Subhumans instead of DK...
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Out of curiosity, why the 7.75/10 for the Protest the Hero? It isn't often you seem people use quarters in rating a band's performance, so I'm just curious.
I was comparing them to how I enjoyed other bands, like JFAC to whom I gave 7,5 and BTBAM to whom I gave 8. I thought that Protest the Hero would fit in between the two (mainly because of the sound, which wasn't that good).
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How could you skip the Sword?
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Awesome day of the fest, Gojira blew me away. The new stuff sounds fantastic in a live setting, even at a show that big.

That was the most dissapointing In Flames set I have ever seen lol. They finished Take This Life and I was just '...that's it?' Really don't care to hear the new stuff live.

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How could you skip the Sword?
It was the Canadian band Sword, not the stoner rock band. Although they were really good. That small stage sounded awesome.
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Nice Dillinger set! It's been a while since I've seen them play Setting Fire to Sleeping Giants. They always completely own live.
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How could you skip the Sword?
I would skip The Sword in a hearbeat, but if someone told me Sword was playing, I'd have to be there
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That was the most dissapointing In Flames set I have ever seen lol. They finished Take This Life and I was just '...that's it?' Really don't care to hear the new stuff live.
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