|I saw them earlier in the tour and it was the best show I've seen them play (out of four)|
The Official Metal Appreciation ThreadŽ • Page 397
DakeyrasUK 1,842 posts
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simpleexplodingmaybe wrote:Great to hear! I struggle to rank the shows I've seen as they are my favourite band I love them all. Have long since lost count of the number now. Certainly more than 10 maybe as much as 15...
I saw them earlier in the tour and it was the best show I've seen them play (out of four)
I'm really looking forward to Flight of Icarus as it was the first maiden single I bought as part of a re-release in the mid-late 90s!
They won't be playing Infinite dreams looking at the set lists and this is the one song that would make it the best show for me!
simpleexplodingmaybe wrote:I fucking love Bossk. One of the most underrated bands out there, pretty sure they did stop for a few years.
I'm always surprised to see Bossk on stuff like that because I'm always positive they stopped being a band yonks ago
@DakeyrasUK I don't have all four ranked but this was the best. Just unstoppable momentum and hit after hit after hit
The paperless ticket thing and security checks went a bit wrong so most people took an hour to get in and missed most of Killswitch Engage so maybe turn up early
shadowdawg 58 posts
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I am here to pay my respects to Motorhead, who got me into metal.
I think you'll find that by Lemmy's own admission, they play rock'n'roll.
So far highlights were suicidal tendencies, priest and power trip. Gojira tonight!
RichDC 7,807 posts
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Really kicking myself for not buying a ticket to the Maiden shows. Good knows what my reasoning was when they were released and i thought 'Nah, don't fancy that'!
Tool - Lateralus
Using the golden ratio to compose psychedelic prog rock? Yes, please.
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FuzzyDucky 3,296 posts
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@GoatApocalypse One of my fave albums is Lateralus. Used to sit up late night listening to it on repeat. In fact I'm gonna abandon my Melechesh session and stick it on for the remainder of my walk!
Got to see Tool play Lateralus almost in its entirety in 2002. It was my first "proper" gig, namely Ozzfest in Ireland. Ozzy didn't show but the gig went ahead with Tool headlining.
I'm not a huge Tool fan but when they get it right, it's staggeringly brilliant.
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