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Coheed and Cambria -- Columbus, OH -- August 27th, 2010

The Dear Hunter opened and were really awesome. Having only heard them live and never in the studio or with very good quality, I'm calling them a fusion of Mars Volta, Coheed, At the Drive-In, Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, and just a little bit of Lionize. Very cool set.

Next up was Circa Survive. The singer had a great stage presence and was very funny, but based on his persona and posture and appearance I would have expected him to sing like Tommy Rogers or Greg Puciato or Jake Bannon or J.R. Hayes. He sang like a prepubescent girl smoking weed for the first time with a head full of helium. The music sucked, too. Crowd was really into them, but I was in a minority that didn't "get it".

Coheed fucking RULED. There's something about this venue (LC Pavilion, outdoor portion) that makes me go crazy, and I crowd surfed for the first time in my life during No World for Tomorrow. Two years ago, I also (intentionally) moshed for the first time at Flogging Molly at the same venue, so I dunno, there's something about an outdoor intimate gig in August. The band was a ton of fun, their set flowed great, they threw in Three Evils for the first time on the tour with the extra set time that no Porcupine Tree gave them, and they were definitely one of the best live acts I've seen this year. Setlist below:

In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3
Ten Speed (Of God's Blood and Burial)
Here We Are Juggernaut
The Crowing
The Suffering
Pearl of the Stars
Three Evils (Embodied in Love and Shadow)
Everything Evil
When Skeletons Live
Fuel For the Feeding End
Delirium Trigger
No World for Tomorrow
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World of Lines
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Old 08-27-2010, 09:15 PM
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You're not in the Minority, Circa Survive blows balls.

Pretty decent C&C setlist.
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I think Circa's music is pretty good but the vocals are fucking atrocious.
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god i need to see this band again. opening with in keeping secrets? fuck man
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in keeping secrets opening would have been fucking rad to see
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That Coheed set is sick as fuck. Probably one of the best sets I've seen out of them in awhile. It kinda detracts seeing them headline though as generally there support bands usually end up being some emo/screamo/prog/post alternative/any combination of those. Now when they brought out Clutch that's like best of both worlds.
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That is such a good setlist Fuel For The Feeding and Delirum Trigger are really surprises Damn I wish this was coming near me haven't seen Coheed since 2006.
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That is such a good setlist Fuel For The Feeding and Delirum Trigger are really surprises Damn I wish this was coming near me haven't seen Coheed since 2006.
Definitely my two least favorite things about the set were seeing those songs, but more power to you.
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not as good as the first leg IMO, we got fucking 21:13! HELL YEAHH!!
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not as good as the first leg IMO, we got fucking 21:13! HELL YEAHH!!
There were chants for it (and for The Final Cut) but frankly I prefer the encore we got to either of those. Three songs from In Keeping Secrets was juuuuuust enough to whet my appetite. Fucking hell, that album rules.
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