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Noiiice! I'll see em one day just to witness the carnage.
You have to stagedive during them. Scott will actually pull you onstage if you don't.
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Old 12-24-2012, 03:44 AM
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Can't wait to see the rest of the list. How exactly insane are Terror shows? I'm planning on seeing them for the first time in February and I was just curious.
I've seen Terror 7 times, and they're always awesome. It's not that the shows are filled with people sucker punching each other, purposely trying to hurt someone, like the idiot from Oceano will tell people to do, but the intensity and atrmosphere is great. Scott Vogel is just a great frontman, and he as someone mentioned, he DEMANDS that people stagedive, and his banter AKA "Vogelisms" are priceless. I always feel good when Terror is playing. They have an extremely passionate fanbase, and sound as good live as they do on CD.
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Please explain? Childish rants make someone a god? I just dont understand hating some music genre so much
I understand your "not understanding". That is how much I hate that "genre". It's difficult for most to understand .
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Slayer : Mayhem Fest Saratoga Springs - July 31

8th time seeing Slayer, and they never disappoint. Not as good of a performance as the 2 I saw last year (Big 4 + 7/20 in Reading, PA), but seeing Slayer is always the experience. I love the atmosphere of a Slayer show. The dark lights and the "crunch" of their live sound. Seeing them for 55 minutes is never enough, but it was great to see 'Altar of Sacrifice' + 'Jesus Saves' live for the first time. Unfortunately, in my infinite wisdom, I picked seats at the front on a section, thinking it was a balcony, so I wouldn't have any obstructions when I filmed. Problem was, the section wasn't a balcony, and the space between the 2 sections was simply a walkway, with about 11 security people, so I didn't bother filming. But as much I enjoy filming, it was great to be able to actually watch Slayer, and not have to worry about filming.
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Old 12-24-2012, 04:07 AM
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Dying Fetus, Job For A Cowboy, Volumes, Last Chance To Reason : Albany, NY - March 2

Bogie's is a good and bad place to see a show. Not gonna lie, it's a dump. However, it's a very intimate place, they allow stage diving, and the atmosphere is always cool. Their owner/general manager Mike Valente is a nice guy, too. LCTR was suprisingly decent. I'm not a big fan of prog metal, but I didn't mind these guys. They mixed about 47 different subgenres of metal into their sound. I really liked the first song, wish I knew what their set was on that tour. Volumes was decent too, but had sound problems and hence only played for about 20 minutes. Was able to talk to Sean from DF afterwards, and as expected, he was a very cool guy. JFAC was good, although I do not particularly care for their new album, the 2 new songs they played sounded better live than they do on CD. The mighty Dying Fetus closed the night in crushing fashion. They sound so good live, and it's amazing how tight they are, and how "full" and heavy they are w/ just 3 dudes playing. Not sure if anyone remembers their setlist for this tour, but it was a great one. Walked right up to the front and filmed away, got some decent footage.

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Metallica, Sepultura, Ghost : Orion Music + More Night 2 - June 24

Had a great time at the Orion Fest. I didn't really like Ghost at the time, I viewed them as posers, but my friend really wanted to check them out, so we did. I wanted to show up later, as I was fuckin slammed hungover from the night before. Ugh man, I feel like shit the next day as I get older. Ghost put on a very solid performance. Had also never seen Sepultura, and was looking forward to that. They didn't disappoint. I know the current version of Sepultura is viewed by many as a "cover band", but I really like Derrick's voice. They had one of the most rowdy crowds of any of the bands had. And finally, Metallica. Was very cool to see The Black Album in full, especially since Europe had been getting the treat for a while. TBA is my least favorite Metallica album, but it still has some great tunes, and I will thrilled to finally see Through The Never and The Struggle Within Live. And as I've said before, I'll say it again; Metallica has the most passionate fans in the world. Met friends I've traded w/ from all over the world at this show. Checking out the stuff at the fest was cool too, like Kirk's Crypt. Man, he has a ton of rare horror movie memorabilila. Incredible the stuff he has. Broke even at the casino's that night, too.

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When I saw Metallica live the biggest response was for Fuel, I will never see them live again.
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When I saw Metallica live the biggest response was for Fuel, I will never see them live again.
Eh c'mon, Fuel is one of their worst songs! Of course it will suck live. You didn't enjoy the old school tunes live?
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Slipknot : Mayhem Fest Saratoga Springs - July 31

Had been over 3 years since I'd seen Slipknot, so I was overdue. They certainly did not disappoint. I do think their setlist needs to be changed up a bit, it's been essentially the same songs since 2005, just switching the order around. Their stage prescence and energy was great as usual. Impressive considering these guys are nearing or in their 40's. The atmosphere for the performance was pleasently suprising. I hate SPAC (the venue), and Upstate NY crowds usually suck, but the crowd was into the show big time. The highlights IMO were Vermillion (one of my favorite SK songs, and one of their best live tunes) and People = Shit. Drank a bunch of Three Olives Loopy beforehand and during, as we snuck a few flasks in. That stuff is dangerous. However the night ended on a negative note, as I had one of the worst strip club experiences of my life. The clubs in Albany suck, but their was one that had decent reviews, so we checked it out. I think it was called Night Moves. There were only like 4 girls working, none were good looking, there was an $11 cover, and you had to BUY 2 drinks. Ugh, bad news!

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Metallica, Suicidal Tendencies, Arctic Monkeys : Orion Music + More Fest Night 1 - June 23

Our day started off w/ the 8-hour drive down to AC. As soon as we got the hotel my buddy hit the casino, lost $500 within an hour, while I pre-gamed (bad idea). We got to the festival just in time for Suicidal Tendencies. Have always been a casual fan of theirs and had never seen them live. When they actually play songs, instead of 10 minute bass jams, they were awesome. Mike can still put on a good show, and sounds great for being almost 50. Rob Trujillo came out and played a few songs too. My buddy is an Arctic Monkeys fan, so we checked them out. I was pleasantly suprised, as I thought they were really good, actually. The crowd loved them, and there was tons of energy. Metallica took the stage and played Ride The Lightning in it's entirety, which included the premier of Escape. The video intro to The Call of Ktulu was sweet, and I think the videos capture the atmosphere, as there was a lot of movement, and the crowd was decent. Was a great, historic show. Afterwards, my buddy and I hit a strip club and had a pleasant suprised. Who was the featured dancer? None other than the great Gina Lynn. Not a huge fan of hers, but it was nice to watch her shake her ass.

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Instiutionalized

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Eh c'mon, Fuel is one of their worst songs! Of course it will suck live. You didn't enjoy the old school tunes live?
Metallica just played too much "ballads"/slow songs, but they had their moments and I still had fun. Saw em once live so I am satisfied. Also good read so far, when I saw Slipknot after Slayer the nostalgia was through the roof.
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