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Old 04-19-2012, 11:07 PM
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They need to keeep songs like this in the set.
Trigger, Cloud Connected, and System are pretty much always in the set...but I agree.
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Trigger, Cloud Connected, and System are pretty much always in the set...but I agree.
Cloud Connected, yes.... the other two, not so much.
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Old 04-20-2012, 07:14 AM
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Trigger used to be a live staple, not surprised it made its way back. In fact that setlist made me think "are they supporting Reroute to remain again?"

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Graveland and The Hive have been played on the last two tours.

Anders said that when they play such songs, the audience response is shit. Unfortunately, he's right. The Hive actually got a fairly decent response last time I saw them, but when they played Graveland on Gigantour, the crowd was pretty quiet. Unless the band feels like the audience appreciates it, I don't think we'll be getting too many unearthed gems in the set. This one's pretty damn good, though. Crawl Through Knives and Egonomic are awesome additions.
I saw them on their headlining run with ATR and Gojira that same year, and the crowd was dead save for a few crowd surfers during the Jester Race medley. It was sad. I like "new" In flames (especially STYE) as much as the anyone, but come on Anders, bust out Artifacts of the black rain for old time's sake. Who cares if the crowd sucks during it, All that matters is me!
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Old 04-20-2012, 01:10 PM
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1. Embody the invisible
2. Bullet Ride
4. Crawl Through Knives
7. Egonomic
8. Clayman
10. Drifter
Yea these songs are nice, but all these have been played the past few years.
embody- played 2009-10
bullet- played 2011
crawl- played 2011
egonomic- played 2011
clayman- played 2009-10
drifter- played 2009-10

Not complaining about bullet and embody, but they are still not doing anything different...when they do play older songs they always choose from the same ones. When are they ever going to do something surprising like when satellites and astronauts/vanishing light were introduced in 2008...hell they even played zombie inc a few gigs. They played dead end and coerced coexistence at some festivals a few years back...its surprises like this they need more of (or episode 666 for gods sakes)

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Graveland and The Hive have been played on the last two tours.

Anders said that when they play such songs, the audience response is shit. Unfortunately, he's right. The Hive actually got a fairly decent response last time I saw them, but when they played Graveland on Gigantour, the crowd was pretty quiet. Unless the band feels like the audience appreciates it, I don't think we'll be getting too many unearthed gems in the set. This one's pretty damn good, though. Crawl Through Knives and Egonomic are awesome additions.
Yeah, most of those fans are at home. The crowd would come out if they did a special pre RTR show or something like that. That would be awesome.
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