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Old 04-15-2007, 07:15 PM
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But nothing like the Pound... even whinny teenager #3 has experienced The Pound but you have not. That is very sad indeed... I should add that to my signature!
i was at pound outdoors . . . but that was a lot different

that was a high quality show
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Well there's many others
No, there's not.
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Old 04-15-2007, 09:49 PM
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Oakland Metro? The Uptown? Bottom of the Hill? Thee Parkside? 942 Gilman?
None of those are strictly metal holes. The Pound was our metal hole... it's not the same.
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Old 04-15-2007, 09:53 PM
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Just this week alone:

Apr. 13: Ludicra/100 Suns/Gargantula -- Annie's Social Club, San Francisco ($7)
The River Runs Black/Ketea/Witchlord/Monofog -- The Uptown, Oakland ($5)

Apr. 14: Saviours/Mausolea/The Long And Short Of It -- Thee Parkside, San Francisco ($8)

Apr. 18: Type O Negative/Celtic Frost/Brand New Sin -- Slim's ($25)

Apr. 19: Greenhouse Effect/Sons Of Oswald/Myotonia/Tweak Bird -- The Uptown ($6)

Apr. 20: High On Fire and more -- Soundwave Studios, Oakland ($10)

Apr. 21: Death Angel and more -- The Blank Club, San Jose ($10)


These aren't exactly garage-level groups either, this is some high fucking quality music. So stop your bitching, open your eyes, and get out to some shows Styles for everyone; stoner rock, doom metal, black metal, classic metal, thrash metal, prog metal, what the fuck else do you guys want?
Only one of those is a touring act -- type o & celtic. We are specifically addressing touring metal and the fact that many tours are now bypassing our area. Pay attention, young padawan...
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You know, here in SoCal there was never a venue where all the metal shows seemed to go like it sounds The Pound was

Over here tours would go to the Key Club, Troubador, Whiskey, House of Blues, The Galaxy (in Anaheim), The Palace (now The Avalon) and The Wiltern and each one you would see plenty of metalheads enjoying great show after great show. Recently, bands are going to bigger places like the Henry Fonda (Mastodon and Isis have gone there now.)

I guess it must be a NorCal thing that shows only showed up at one spot compared to here where there were plenty of places to go to. If one of these spots would close I know it wouldn't be that big of a deal because there are several others to go too. I know I wouldnt like it if metal shows began to skip Los Angeles because the Key Club has closed but at least we are lucky here that there are plenty of options.

I think Pavo and Bouville just need to come south more often. Migrate south little birdies!
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I'm currently around the monterrey bay area and this is the closest I've been to so many metal concerts so consider yourselves lucky (I home from Indiana).

But then again to have something so convenient go away with no one to step up does suck.
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You know, here in SoCal there was never a venue where all the metal shows seemed to go like it sounds The Pound was

Over here tours would go to the Key Club, Troubador, Whiskey, House of Blues, The Galaxy (in Anaheim), The Palace (now The Avalon) and The Wiltern and each one you would see plenty of metalheads enjoying great show after great show. Recently, bands are going to bigger places like the Henry Fonda (Mastodon and Isis have gone there now.)

I guess it must be a NorCal thing that shows only showed up at one spot compared to here where there were plenty of places to go to. If one of these spots would close I know it wouldn't be that big of a deal because there are several others to go too. I know I wouldnt like it if metal shows began to skip Los Angeles because the Key Club has closed but at least we are lucky here that there are plenty of options.

I think Pavo and Bouville just need to come south more often. Migrate south little birdies!
The Galaxy iS NOT IN Anaheim, ITS IN SANTA ANNA !
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Old 04-16-2007, 02:23 PM
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Only one of those is a touring act -- type o & celtic. We are specifically addressing touring metal and the fact that many tours are now bypassing our area. Pay attention, young padawan...
Ludicra, High On Fire, Saviours, and Death Angel are all touring acts.
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