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Old 01-05-2013, 09:11 AM
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Looking miserable all night and not smiling once and barely moving while playing to a nearly capacity crowd in a really nice venue is indeed pretty lame.
They played for a lot of people now because of Motörhead. I like Anthrax, but those lineup changes and the terrible treatment of JB have caused Anthrax to play "one step beyond".
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No, he wasn't "lame". But you could see that he was not really into it anymore.
Well considering how little of the songs he worked on are actually played
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He should get out of his "I'm the forever boss now in Sepultura" shit attitude and reunite. And not work with Robinson.
Well he's been in the band over 20 years now, and they're doing better than Soulfly nowadays
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Well he's been in the band over 20 years now, and they're doing better than Soulfly nowadays
The records they released? Kairos was supposed to be da real comeback, but as soon as I heard the vocals I had heard enough.

And I don't want Roots part 2, that's one of the worst albums I've ever heard. But I'm probably the only one.
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The records they released? Kairos was supposed to be da real comeback, but as soon as I heard the vocals I had heard enough.

And I don't want Roots part 2, that's one of the worst albums I've ever heard. But I'm probably the only one.
They're doing Wacken and other major festivals consistantly, not to mention playing bigger venues than Soulfly has in the last 6-7 years
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Old 01-05-2013, 01:38 PM
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Looks like Forbidden is definitely ripe for the picking
I think Smyth would be a great choice, always a shame he never recorded with Testament
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They're doing Wacken and other major festivals consistantly, not to mention playing bigger venues than Soulfly has in the last 6-7 years
Soulfly has played Wacken several times, as well as other countless European festivals over the years. As far as their albums go; Enslaved, Conquer, and Dark Ages are far better than anything Sepultura has done since Chaos AD. Sepultura hasn't charted in the US top 200 since Nation which came out in 2001. All of Soulfly's albums have charted in the US as well as several other countries... So i wouldn't say Sepultura is doing better than Soulfly now days.

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Soulfly has played Wacken several times, as well as other countless European festivals over the years. As far as their albums go; Enslaved, Conquer, and Dark Ages are far better than anything Sepultura has done since Chaos AD. Sepultura hasn't charted in the US top 200 since Nation which came out in 2001. All of Soulfly's albums have charted in the US as well as several other countries... So i wouldn't say Sepultura is doing better than Soulfly now days.
Sepultura has been player bigger venues in the US(at least the East Coast) than they have in a decade, Soulfly does smaller venues than they ever did



Also once again, Sepultura did a festival with Metallica, Soulfly did one with ICP
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Sepultura has been player bigger venues in the US(at least the East Coast) than they have in a decade, Soulfly does smaller venues than they ever did



Also once again, Sepultura did a festival with Metallica, Soulfly did one with ICP
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