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Old 09-09-2009, 05:41 AM
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In Flames -- Montreal, Canada -- September 8th, 2009

Killswitch Engage
My Last Serenade
Fixation On The Darkness
Starting Over
Take This Oath
Rose Of Sharon
A Light In The Darkened World
To Bid Farewell
The Arms Of Sorrow
Life To Lifeless
My Curse
End Of Heartache
Holy Diver

In Flames
Cloud Connected
Embody The Invisible
Delight & Angers
Square Nothing
Touch Of Red
Pinball Map
The Mirror's Truth
The Quiet Place
Take This Life

Pretty awesome show all around. In Flames played much better this time than the two times I saw them last year, they seemed much more into it and weren't as tired it seems. Nice to see Embody and Drifter in the setlist. Killswitch were really good as well, got the crowd going. I'm glad they didn't close the show though. Protest The Hero and Between The Buried and Me opened but I don't know their material well. BTBAM were pretty awesome though.
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Old 09-09-2009, 05:44 AM
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Killswitch set looks pretty good and normal. Awesome that In Flames kept Embody and Square nothing in from the summer festivals, but they keep closing north america with take this life which i dont like. Meh, they will add like 7 more songs for the USA part of the tour so by the way this 13 song set looks the usa portion should be much better than last tours.
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Old 09-09-2009, 09:08 AM
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Correct setlist, and thanks for adding.

Killswitch Engage was very good, and I think they were surprised by the crowd. Nice setlist, they played all their classics and singles. Finishing the show with Holy Diver is awesome.

As for In Flames, I was kinda disappointed by the setlist... Seen them in Montreal back in Nov. 2008, and they had a much better setlist (they were headlining though...). I thought they would play some older stuff, but there was no fuckin song from Whoracle and even Jester Race!!! And I was hoping for a Satellites And Astronauts, but they played Square Nothing instead... Overall, it was a great show, with Anders doing some jokes (he looked less tired than usual). IN FLAMES WE TRUST.
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Old 09-09-2009, 09:35 AM
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Only three old songs from In Flames? This band needs to understand that most of their fans love them for their first five albums.
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Old 09-09-2009, 09:39 AM
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i wouldnt mind seeing that Killswtich set, all my favorite songs are on there. and for In Flames...yay for embody the invisible...>.>
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Old 09-09-2009, 10:39 AM
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Awsome killswitch set.
the inflames set was rather meh.
I would have liked to have seen more from clayman or colony.
so close, no matter how far.

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Old 09-09-2009, 10:50 AM
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Originally Posted by Mancubus View Post
Only three old songs from In Flames? This band needs to understand that most of their fans love them for their first five albums.
A lot of times on forums, it may seem so. But a lot of those people don't really see In Flames anymore, because they know they're going to play other material. Plus, In Flames has gained a much bigger fan base with their more recent albums. Granted, I don't like anything past Clayman, but I can see why In Flames would stick with newer material. When I saw them a couple of years ago, everyone was just dead in the audience during Graveland (the only old song they played that show).
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Old 09-09-2009, 11:44 AM
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Yeah, I can't blame them for playing mainly new stuff - because the majority of the crowds going to see them DO want to see the new stuff. Not our faults if they don't know the bands best material, but it's the truth. Would I kill for a more old school setlist? Hell yes I would. But it probably won't happen.

Though, if they did a tour with a really good support band or two and played atleast a few songs I'd want to see, I'd consider going - but none of the bands on the US tour interest me at all.

On the Killswitch Engage note: Why do they insist on closing with a song that isn't theirs? I mean, I'm not really into them to know, but do they not have any sort of signature/fan-favorite song they could close with, and instead have the cover near the end of the set? Unless it's a case of a vocalist's solo band closing with a song from the vocalist's old band (Ozzy closing his set with Paranoid, or Dio closing with Heaven and Hell, stuff like that), I think it's lame as hell to end a headlining set with a cover. A support set where you want to get the crowd into it for one last song? Go for it. Headlining/co-headlining? Lame.
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Old 09-09-2009, 11:56 AM
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The In Flames set is good its better than alot of the ones I have seen recently. In Flames set could be a little longer this is a co-headlining tour. Killswitch again the set could be a little longer. I would like to see more from The End of Heartache.
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Old 09-09-2009, 11:59 AM
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Sigh. As I told myself before, the setlist would determine my attendance. The jury says: Fuck that.
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