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Old 02-08-2013, 07:32 AM
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Gojira -- St. Petersburg, FL -- February 4th, 2013

Atlas Moth - I've been a fan of this band for a while, my 3rd time seeing them, I think they are going to be the "next big thing" in stoner/sludge metal, their sound was great, the vocals were haunting, and they played all of my favorite songs of theirs, I would definitely see them again, met them after the show and got their vinyl signed by them. - 7/10

Devin Townsend Project - I have been a major fan of his ever since the SYL album "The New Black" came out years ago, and I was beyond stoked that i was finally getting to see him, to me, his performance was prefect, it was quirky, heavy and epic, he is also pretty funny as well, I also feel he is one of the few "must see" bands for all metal fans, I will definitely go see this band ever chance i get. - 10/10

Gojira - All i can say is holy freaking hell, these guys do not kid around, they were one of the loudest bands I've ever seen live, and It was awesome that they played "Toxic Garbage Island", they are definitely one of the best live metal bands out there right now, definitely a must see band. - 9/10
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Atlas Moth setlist

Coffin Varnish
25s and the Royal Blues
Perpetual Generations
Holes in the Desert
An Ache for the Distance
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Devin Townsend setlist

Supercrush
Truth
More!
Planet Of The Apes
Lucky Animals
Juular
Grace
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Gojira setlist

Explosia
Flying Whales
Backbone
The Heaviest Matter of the Universe
L'Enfant Sauvage
The Art of Dying
Toxic Garbage Island
Wisdom Comes
Oroborus
Drum solo
The Axe
Vacuity
The Gift of Guilt
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I got the Atlas Moth vinyl signed by the band, got my copy of "L'Enfant Sauvage" signed by both Duplantier brothers and the bassist, and got a gojira pick.

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Old 02-08-2013, 08:06 AM
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How much was The Atlas Moth vinyl? If they don't get stuck in the storm in NYC tonight, I'm planning on picking one up at the Pittsburgh show tomorrow.
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Old 02-08-2013, 08:27 AM
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Old 02-08-2013, 10:39 AM
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>implying DTP gave a better performance than Gojira
And I thought Atlas Moth was ok, I didn't really hear anything special.
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How much was The Atlas Moth vinyl? If they don't get stuck in the storm in NYC tonight, I'm planning on picking one up at the Pittsburgh show tomorrow.
Atlas Moth vinyl was $20, they sold out their CDs, shirts are $15, buttons/stickers are $1 or $2

DTP shirts were $15, so were their CDs, hoodies were $35

Gojira shirts were $20, CDs were $15, hoodie was $35, signed/used Mario Duplantier drumsticks $10, customized signed Gojira drum head $50.

I think that's all the merch there is.
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>implying DTP gave a better performance than Gojira
And I thought Atlas Moth was ok, I didn't really hear anything special.
I personally enjoyed DTP slightly more than Gojira, but I'm a massive fan of his, Gojira were intense and hell and sounded perfect, I enjoyed AM quite a bit as well.
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