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Old 12-11-2009, 11:11 PM
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Norma Jean -- New York City, NY -- December 11th, 2009

So, where do I begin... Doors were at 7 and the show started at 7:30. Got to the city surface from Penn Station at around 6:45 then took the long and cold hike to the venue, which was The Gramercy Theater by the way, and got there at around 7:05, waited on line for a little bit and got in around 7:20.

Arsonists Get All The Girls hit the stage at 7:30 and they were a really good opening band. I only have their new cd so I only recognized a few songs so my set-list for them is missing a few songs. They won me over so much that I actually bought one of their hoodies. Overall 8/10
The 42nd Ego (definitely opened)
Violence in Fluid - Triceratops
My Cup's Half Empty
Shoeshines For Neptune (almost 100% sure they played this)
So You Think You Know About the Game of Life (definitely closed)

Next up was The Chariot and they were, in my opinion, the best and most energetic band of the night. They hit the stage at around 8:15. They also went from one song right into the next with a lot of their set so if you didn't know their stuff then you would've been a little confused. Set-list may be slightly out of order. Overall 9.5/10
1. Teach
2. Back To Back
3. Good Night My Lady, And A Forever Farewell
4. Yellow Dress: Locked Knees
5. And Then, Came Then
6. Die Interviewer (I Am Only Speaking In German)
7. Yanni Deep
8. Before There Was Atlanta, There Was Douglasville
9. And Shot Each Other
10. The Deaf Policeman
11. Daggers

Now a band that I was pleasantly surprised with.... HORSE THE BAND. They hit the stage at around 9:05ish. They were really awesome, for a while I was really down on their music and I don't know why but they were really freaking good live. Set may be slightly out of a order or incomplete. Overall 7.5/10
1. Birdo
2. The Failure of All Things
3. HORSE the Song
Manateen
Murder
Shapeshift
Big Blue Violence (not 100% sure)
(song off of Pizza album)
Pol's Voice
Cutsman (definitely closed)

Note: Between Horse and Norma Jean I went downstairs to check out the merch and met the lead singer of The Chariot, and formally of Norma J, Josh Scogin and he said that they would be doing a headlining tour with Inhale Exhale, The Color Morale and Greeley Estates in February and they were coming back around here, I don't like Greeley Estates at all really but I will definitely go to that show for the other bands.

Finally a band I've been trying to see for a few years now, The Almighty Norma Jean. They hit the stage at around 10:10 and man were they awesome. They did play Bless the Martyr and Kiss the Child, their first cd, pretty much in it's entirety on this show. The whole crowd was going crazy the whole time they were very much worth seeing live. Set may be missing 1 song. Overall 9.5/10
Intro
1. The Entire World Is Counting On Me And They Don't Even Know It
2. Face:Face
3. Memphis Will Be Laid To Waste
4. Kill More Presidents (new song)
5. Creating Something Out Of Nothing, Only To Destroy It
6. The Shotgun Message
7. Sometimes It's Our Mistakes That Make For The Greatest Ideas
8. I Used To Hate Cell Phones But Now I Hate Car Accidents [w/ Josh Scogin]
9. It Was As If The Dead Man Stood Upon The Air [w/ Josh Scogin]
10. The Human Face, Divine
ENCORE:
11. Organized Beyond Recognition [Partial]
12. Vipers, Snakes and Actors

Overall it was an amazing show, I had an awesome time, all the bands kicked ass and it was just damn near perfect.
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Old 12-11-2009, 11:17 PM
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good lord, i'd see them if they played all of their first album in its entirety.
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Old 12-11-2009, 11:50 PM
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norma jean

deathcore

does not compute.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=agdu9IQoywE

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So, where do I begin... Doors were at 7 and the show started at 7:30. Got to the city surface from Penn Station at around 6:45 then took the long and cold hike to the venue, which was The Gramercy Theater by the way, and got there at around 7:05, waited on line for a little bit and got in around 7:20.

Arsonists Get All The Girls hit the stage at 7:30 and they were a really good opening band. I only have their new cd so I only recognized a few songs so my set-list for them is missing a few songs. They won me over so much that I actually bought one of their hoodies. Overall 8/10
The 42nd Ego (definitely opened)
Violence in Fluid - Triceratops
My Cup's Half Empty
Shoeshines For Neptune (almost 100% sure they played this)
So You Think You Know About the Game of Life (definitely closed)

Next up was The Chariot and they were, in my opinion, the best and most energetic band of the night. They hit the stage at around 8:15. They also went from one song right into the next with a lot of their set so if you didn't know their stuff then you would've been a little confused. Set-list may be slightly out of order. Overall 9.5/10
1. Teach
2. Back To Back
3. Good Night My Lady, And A Forever Farewell
4. Yellow Dress: Locked Knees
5. And Then, Came Then
6. Die Interviewer (I Am Only Speaking In German)
7. Yanni Deep
8. Before There Was Atlanta, There Was Douglasville
9. And Shot Each Other
10. The Deaf Policeman
11. Daggers

Now a band that I was pleasantly surprised with.... HORSE THE BAND. They hit the stage at around 9:05ish. They were really awesome, for a while I was really down on their music and I don't know why but they were really freaking good live. Set may be slightly out of a order or incomplete. Overall 7.5/10
1. Birdo
2. The Failure of All Things
3. HORSE the Song
Manateen
Murder
Shapeshift
Big Blue Violence (not 100% sure)
(song off of Pizza album)
Pol's Voice
Cutsman (definitely closed)

Note: Between Horse and Norma Jean I went downstairs to check out the merch and met the lead singer of The Chariot, and formally of Norma J, Josh Scogin and he said that they would be doing a headlining tour with Inhale Exhale, The Color Morale and Greeley Estates in February and they were coming back around here, I don't like Greeley Estates at all really but I will definitely go to that show for the other bands.

Finally a band I've been trying to see for a few years now, The Almighty Norma Jean. They hit the stage at around 10:10 and man were they awesome. They did play Bless the Martyr and Kiss the Child, their first cd, pretty much in it's entirety on this show. The whole crowd was going crazy the whole time they were very much worth seeing live. Set may be missing 1 song. Overall 9.5/10
Intro
1. The Entire World Is Counting On Me And They Don't Even Know It
2. Face:Face
3. Memphis Will Be Laid To Waste
4. Kill More Presidents (new song)
5. Creating Something Out Of Nothing, Only To Destroy It
6. The Shotgun Message
7. Sometimes It's Our Mistakes That Make For The Greatest Ideas
8. I Used To Hate Cell Phones But Now I Hate Car Accidents [w/ Josh Scogin]
9. It Was As If The Dead Man Stood Upon The Air [w/ Josh Scogin]
10. The Human Face, Divine
ENCORE:
11. Organized Beyond Recognition [Partial]
12. Vipers, Snakes and Actors

Overall it was an amazing show, I had an awesome time, all the bands kicked ass and it was just damn near perfect.
i went to that show and it was amazing. norma jean and the chariot killed it. i was talkin to the bassist of the cahriot and he was talking bout that tour. im pumped for that
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Old 12-12-2009, 01:36 PM
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I wouldnt mind seeing them play this set!
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