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Old 01-30-2013, 07:23 PM
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I thought that was the first leg of touring for Diabolous, with SoaD and Clutch opening? I remember having a flyer for that tour on my wall but I don't know if it ever came to Toronto.
The date of the show I saw was July 12th, in New Orleans. According to setlists.fm the set list was the same for my show as yours. I, of course, don't remember it exactly but it seems legit. I also don't remember Clutch playing. My friends and I showed up just as SoaD were hitting the stage, so they may have played before we arrived.
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I saw this tour as well. System Of A Down was the opener. They did not go over well. Slayer was on fire. My buds and I left immediately after the show and drove 500 miles to see OzzFest the next day, where Slayer was also playing. Ah, to be young again. I can't imagine doing that now at my age. 150 miles is about my limit for driving for a show these days.
Hardcore. 500 miles, holy shit. I love road trips like that. So much fun, it's makes the drive worth it, and you almost always have great stories to tell afterwards.

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Slayer seriously needs to play Point. I don't know if they ever have, but on this tour you would think it would have been played. It's the most insane song they have written in a while.
I agree, I'd love to hear Point. Solid tune. I definately disagree it's the most insane song they've written in a while, but again, solid tune.

I have many live CD's/DVD's from this tour, I really liked the set. I don't hate DIM as much as most people do. It's one of my least favorite Slayer albums, but I really like a lot of the songs. Bitter Peace, Death's Head, Stain of Mind, Overt Enemy, In The Name of God are all great songs. In The Name of God, believe it or not, might be in my top 10 Slayer songs. I was suprised to read they played that song several times in 2002 when Dave came back.

Very cool review, I like to see old reviews like this.
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I definately disagree it's the most insane song they've written in a while, but again, solid tune.
Post Diabolus, I can't think of a song as thrashy or a song that gets me as fired up as Point does. To each their own though


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Bitter Peace, Death's Head, Stain of Mind, Overt Enemy, In The Name of God are all great songs. In The Name of God, believe it or not, might be in my top 10 Slayer songs.
Throw in Point and those are my favorite songs on Diabolus. In The Name Of God and Overt Enemy are seriously underrated Slayer songs
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Throw in Point and those are my favorite songs on Diabolus. In The Name Of God and Overt Enemy are seriously underrated Slayer songs
For real. Overt Enemy is certainly different, but I find myself listening to it often. ITNOG is just a heavy ass tune that should be more popular than it is.
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I just wanted to bump this because I knew I wasn't crazy thinking Clutch toured with Slayer. Here's the poster I had on my wall. I guess it was for some sampler cassette or something.

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This was the tour that I got to meet them after the Dallas show.

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This was the tour that I got to meet them after the Dallas show.

$20 for that show?? How far away were you?
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$20 for that show?? How far away were you?
it was a club show. No seats. I was in the middle of the floor right behind the mosh pit. lol
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it was a club show. No seats. I was in the middle of the floor right behind the mosh pit. lol
That is pretty badass. Did they play a lot of club shows on that tour? I would LOVE to see Slayer play a club show.
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