08:49 - Overrwatcher Megadeth absolutely blew everyone away, but hearing older Opeth made me giddy as hell. Disturbed played pretty well. Black Label was really off.
08:34 - Maco I can guess that Opeth was the best band there in that festival.
08:33 - Overrwatcher Crowd was so dead before Opeth though (who played almost entirely old songs and were great, technical errors aside.) When HATEBREED can't get people moving you know something's wrong.
08:30 - Overrwatcher Just got back from Ozzfest, left Black Sabbath before traffic hell began. I don't even like Megadeth but they were fucking amazing.
According to the band, "the new album Captivity & Devourment consists of 10 awe-inspiring and ingeniously crafted songs, full of devastating riffs, soaring guitar leads and fist pumping choruses. Heavy, melodic, technical, and groovy: this is creative metal songwriting with one foot in deep in the classics and one eye gazing towards the distant future."
Matt Hallquist - Lead vocals
Christopher Amott - Guitars and clean vocals
Joey Concepcion - Guitars
Sara Claudius - Bass
Márton Veress - Drums
Armageddon first came to life in Sweden in 1997 as a studio project, with cult album Crossing The Rubicon, a sci-fi themed concept album. Two more albums followed, Embrace The Mystery in 2000 and Three in 2003, both featuring different line-ups and different musical directions, Christopher Amott being the sole original member. Armageddon is now resurrected. The band is based out of New York City with a new line-up.