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Old 08-10-2012, 12:47 AM
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Testament -- Vasteras, Sweden -- August 9th, 2012

Testament
Venue: Sigurdsgatan 25
Västerås, Sweden

Rise Up
The New Order
The Preacher
Native Blood
True American Hate
The Haunting
More Than Meets The Eye
Dark Roots Of Earth
Trial By Fire
Into The Pit
Practice What You Preach
Over The Wall
Diciples Of The Watch
D.N.R.
Three Days In Darkness
The Formation Of Damnation

The band was on fire and sounded great. Tiny venue but sold out. The band looked like they had a really good time. Gene messed up after the second verse of "D.N.R." which lead them to start the song all over again. I saw the bands setlist and "Trial By Fire" was supposed to be after "True American Hate" but they swichted it up for some reason and played it later in the set.
To sum it up this show was 90 minutes of
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Old 08-10-2012, 01:29 AM
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Testament have way too many awesome songs to ever really make a perfect setlist of reasonable length, but this is a killer one regardless. 5 songs from The New Order might seem like overkill, but I'll be damned if I'd be happy without any of those songs in there. I can imagine the upcoming tour with Anthrax having a really similar set to this one, but with The Haunting or Trial By Fire dropped.
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I can imagine the upcoming tour with Anthrax having a really similar set to this one, but with The Haunting or Trial By Fire dropped.
I think you're right. Dropping those two would make the set 14 songs which was the amount they were playing when opening for Anthrax. I would like to see a few more off the new album like A Day In The Death and Man Kills Mankind make the set to. They probably won't add in any more new stuff until they tour on their own which won't be until later this year or early next year.
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Old 08-10-2012, 06:19 AM
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That's a great setlist. Like it a lot. I think only the additions of True Believer, Alone In The Dark and Low would make that better for me.
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Anyone open for them? Sounds like a great time- I bet the new stuff sounded tight as well
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Old 08-10-2012, 07:03 AM
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No opening act last night. The stage was so small that there wouldn't have been room for one either.

Uploaded a few clips I shot with my iPhone

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpXUa...layer_embedded
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Old 08-10-2012, 08:11 AM
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Nice set but some more stuff from Dark Roots would be great.
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Trial By Fire! Would love to hear that one live
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Was Chuck reading the lyrics for the Dark Roots songs like he was at Wacken?
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Nice set but some more stuff from Dark Roots would be great.
I think it has the perfect amount of material from the new album. I personally don't really like it when bands overdo material from their new album, unless it completely blows everything else they've done out of the water.
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