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Posted by Collin on 16.10.2007 at 09:33
Ok people, like the old one, this is the place to tell us your latest concert experiences!

I'll start by pasting my last message in the old thread:

I saw Behemoth, Kataklysm, Aborted and Lyfthrasyr on Sunday.

As I may write a report about this one, I won't say much. Just that Kataklysm, and above all Behemoth, were amazing. Really. Absolutely amazing. I've been blown away, even if it was the third time this year I was seeing Behemoth live (after the No Mercy fest and the Hellfest). But, as headliners, they are even better.

Ok, I'll just give you the setlists of the last two bands, for those who care
Setlist Kataklysm:
Like Angels (Weeping The Dark)
Let Them Burn
Ambassador Of Pain
The Resurrected
Crippled & Broken
Serenity In Fire
Where The Enemy Sleeps...
Beyond Salvation
As I Slither
Face The Face Of War
Manipulator Of Souls
In Shadows And Dust

Setlist Behemoth:
Rome 64 C.E.
Slaying The Prophets Of Isa
Antichristian Phenomenon
From The Pagan Vastlands
Conquer All
Christgrinding Avenue
Drum Solo
Slaves Shall Serve
As Above So Below
Summoning Of the Ancient Gods
Christians To The Lions
Decade Of Therion
Chant For Eschaton 2000

I Got Erection (Turbonegro cover)

To reply to another post in the old thread, both bands played approximately 75 minutes.

Next to come is Enslaved and Keep Of Kalessin tomorrow

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No Mercy

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Age: 21
From: USA

  10.11.2013 at 20:59
I saw Kreator, Overkill and Warbringer last night. It was my second time seeing Kreator and they were as good if not better than the first. Overkill was definitely gnarly and so was Warbringer. I've only listened to their first album so didn't really know what they would be like but they were definitely good.
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Posts: 405

Age: 22
From: UK

  14.11.2013 at 18:01
Leprous on Tuesday. I wasn't very familiar with their music before the gig and gave them a very quick listen beforehand. I was only really going because my best friend was coming to visit and we're both really into metal, so going to a metal concert would be very fitting. But they were a very nice surprise. The musicianship was just as good live as it was on the albums, and Einar is REALLY intimidating, whether he's singing the long repeated high-pitched vocal passages or suddenly screaming his heart out like at the end of Contaminate Me. They were energetic, terrifying and entrancing all at the same time, which I don't think can be said about many prog metal bands.
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From: USA
  16.11.2013 at 03:07
I saw Black Sabbath, Alice Cooper and Rush this summer. It's been a lean year so far.

Posts: 132

Age: 20
From: USA

  17.11.2013 at 03:14
I saw Morbid Angel's Covenant tour. They are starting to play more Tucker era material now and only one song from the last album, thankfully. So fucking nice to hear one of my favorite albums in it's entirety too. I also got to see Watain with In Solitude and Tribulation, which has been my favorite show all year. Both within a week.
Stella Artois

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Age: 28
From: Portugal

  19.11.2013 at 20:53
Yesterday saw Dark Tranquillity + Tristania (opening)

It was the first time Tristania played in Portugal and I'm glad I was there to witness it. It was a fun show but I would have liked it to be a bit longer. They played mostly songs from the new album, which is a good one. However, the highlight for me was speaking to Kjetil Nordhus (Green Carnation) at the end of DT's concert. I'm a total Green Carnation fangirl and couldn't resist myself. I had to talk to him and he was wonderful. I felt like we could talk all night about the band. One of the nicest people I ever had the pleasure of talking to. For me, the fact that he is now in Tristania is an opportunity to talk about GC ahah

As for the main event, Dark Tranquillity, it was excellent as the last time I saw them in 2010. There's no denying that Portugal and these Swedes have really going vibes going on and it's a special thing. The fans were amazing for the band, the whole atmosphere was one of the best I've ever seen and the band seemed to enjoy it as much as we did. Yes, I would love "Undo Control", "Monochromatic Stains", and "Silence, and the Firmament Withdrew", which they are also playing at some shows but we didn't get it. Better luck next time and I'm sure they will return to have fun with us again.

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Age: 23
From: Argentina

  19.11.2013 at 21:14
I still can't stop thinking about Meshuggah's show last week. Fucking unique show, one of the best live bands I've seen. Each person in the crowd was doing it's best to follow the music and it was a pretty amazing thing to see
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  26.11.2013 at 13:14
Kamelot with ReVamp and Tellus Requiem in Oslo. Amazing show, The phyro, and the lift during March of Mephisto made the show unique and I loved every part of the show!
Ancient Dreams

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From: UK
  27.11.2013 at 16:27
Amon Amarth / Carcass / Bleed From Within / Hell - Bristol Academy

Hell and Carcass were amazing
Amon Amarth unfortunately bore me but played well
Bleed From Within are entirely not my thing but they seemed into it and played tightly.

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Age: 20
From: Puerto Rico

  27.11.2013 at 19:37
The last concert I attented to was Sabaton two months ago. It was one of the best shows I've been to as of now! Not only did they play flawlessly, their humor and interaction with fans was pleasing and fulfilling! Joakim Brodén is one funny motherfucker haha! And I couldn't help but smile every time he said "My friends".
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Age: 21
From: Sweden

  29.11.2013 at 16:53
I saw Sigur Rós two days ago. Absolutely amazing... Just what I expected and so much more. Couldn't stop smiling and left the stadium feeling more alive.
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Age: 20
From: USA

  11.06.2014 at 06:54
Between the Buried and Me/Meshuggah at the Wiltern in Los Angeles (first night of the tour). Fantastic and brutal show.
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Age: 25
From: Slovenia

  17.06.2014 at 17:19
Couple of concerts I've attended lately...quite various.

Worship, Loss (USA) --> concert review for this show should be up on this page in couple of days.

Black Sabbath --> Located in Munich (Konigsplatz), very nice location. Awesome 2 hour performance by BS and a very positive vibrations and responses from the crowd.

The Rolling Stones --> In Vienna (Ernst Happel Stadion). Not their fan, however I've had a chance to see them live at least once. And I must say it was quite worthed.

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Age: 26
From: Estonia

  17.06.2014 at 19:07
Freak Kitchen. The show was bloody awesome. Mattias Eklundh surely is one great performer and 'twas great fun seeing him and the band live on stage.
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No Mercy

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Age: 21
From: USA

  21.06.2014 at 19:59
Last one I went to was Saint Vitus. Very good show. I met Scott and the rest of the band as well, really cool dudes.
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Age: 18
From: USA

  26.06.2014 at 07:01
Never been to a metal concert or even seen a metal band play live, closest was hearing a post-grunge band. Last band I saw was The Last Bule Band at someone's going away party, they played classic rock songs.

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Age: 23
From: Canada

  30.06.2014 at 06:36
Me t'was last week at Montebello Amnesia Rockfest... I Saw, lets see
- Venom
- Megadeth
- Mastodon
- Meshuggah
- Motley Crue
- Dead Kennedys
- The Misfits
- Suicidal Tendencies
- Billy Talent (Yes Yes, I love Billy Talent... fuck whatever you think)
- Cypress Hill (Yes, fuck you again)
- Cradle Of Filth (They cut their sound for the last two songs... seriously WTF?)
- Dying Fetus
- Cannibal Corpse


- Blink182 (hahaha, why not? they were there)

My Next Fest is August's Heavy Montreal.. a pretty Thrashy set. Exodus, Overkill, Anthrax, Slayer, Metallica, Municipal Waste, D.R.I ... and more
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Age: 26
From: USA

  08.07.2014 at 23:31
Agalloch, July 7th at the Waiting room in Omaha. WOW! That was an Incredible experience. I also Met and spoke with John Haughm and Don Anderson, John Haughm suggested that I check out Harvey Milk. Also They played Falling Snow!;D
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Age: 24
From: USA

  10.07.2014 at 07:19
My last show was Eyehategod/Ringworm/Enabler with a bunch of semi local bands a few weeks ago. And yes...it was the one where all the bands got ripped off that circulated around the net for a week. All that bullshit aside it was a fantastic show, every band was on point and it had everything from black metal to stoner doom to drone to plain old classic style metal. The promoter ran out right before Ringworm came on, which caused them to shorten their set to a quick twenty minutes. But then EHG came on and pretty much declared they were there for the fans and proceeded with a 1hr45min set. It was pure class from them.
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Age: 22
From: Canada

  14.07.2014 at 04:38
My last metal show was also Agalloch. It was beautiful! They played all the songs I really wanted to hear and the only way the setlist could've been better is if they had more time to play At the Toronto show that I went to, we had a local band called Vow of Thorns opening and they were great! Some people told me they really weren't feeling Jex Thoth, but I was mesmerized by their vocalist. She had a really unique style and lots of energy, I was never quite sure what to expect from her, and she left such a strong impression without saying a word to the audience!

The last concert in general was Lady Gaga that my mom talked me into. It was actually awesome and I enjoyed it more than I thought, but I am a bit of a sucker for choreographed dancers, weirdness, and fancy costumes. I think she truly is a very talented vocalist and a great performer overall. It's rare to see someone so famous with such a genuine personality. Nowadays, it seems that she's more about interacting with her fans on a deeper level than going for shock factor.

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From: Canada

  14.07.2014 at 08:15
Fates Warning in Toronto in November 2013
No Mercy

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Age: 21
From: USA

  06.08.2014 at 07:52
Saw Black Flag last Monday and Motley Crue on Friday. Mike V definitely takes over vocal duties in Black Flag, really good show.
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Age: 21
From: Estonia

  06.08.2014 at 22:41
It's been over two weeks by now when I went to see Arch Enemy for the first time at American Beauty Car Show in Haapsalu and I have to say this was a pretty damn good gig. Their new singer Alissa White-Gluz is absolutely mesmerizing to watch, handled it perfectly. I heard she had broken her rib few weeks before that and still kept going. Other band members were great as well and sound was very good. Sadly they didn't do anything from Liiva's era but other than that they were superb. Highly recommended!

Before that in June I went to see Robert Plant with his current band. I received ticket as a birthday gift. It was OK overall and Plant can still rock out, although I don't dig his solo career stuff very much. Led Zeppelin songs were great however, only the new version of Black Dog was no where near as good as original. Well his new songs weren't actually bad either, just rather unknown and certainly more boring than Zeppelin's. But still - it was a bit brief with just 13 songs performed and prize at 50 a little too high.
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  06.08.2014 at 23:08
Written by krrrrebets on 06.08.2014 at 22:41

Their new singer Alissa White-Gluz is absolutely mesmerizing to watch

Oh yeah. She is very nice to... watch
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From: Sweden

  16.08.2014 at 15:18
Jenny Nilsson Och Demonerna

I saw the demons last night live

damn good live quality intellectual of humor satanistic lyrics meets rock ability music and attitude , good live band but I cant hear lyrics, hard to understand what they are singing if you cant read those
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Age: 20
From: USA

  20.08.2014 at 05:02
Carcass a little earlier in the year, and before that, Obliteration.
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Age: 30
From: Australia

  21.08.2014 at 14:21
Hellfest 2014 in France for me back in June! There is literally nothing at the moment to see here in Australia!

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From: USA

  02.10.2014 at 19:51
Last month I saw Peter Frampton and my favorite bluesman "The Real Deal" Buddy Guy at the Hollywood bowl. Unbelievable how much of a badass guitarist he is at 78 Years old.

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From: Switzerland

  06.10.2014 at 02:46
Saw this week end a couple of bands at a fest, and was blown away by the shows of Borgne/Rorcal/Darkspace.
Was taken unawares by the oppressive industrial like BM of the first, the second was an apocalyptic sonic wall of noise that melted your brains instantly and Darkspace, when they play III I from beginning to end in perfect conditions you're pretty much in another dimension by the end of the show... The atmosphere was unreal, all was so perfect

Some other interesting bands like Cendres de Haine (seriously hateful BM, almost scary ) and special mention to Bölzer that got fucked quite badly by the terrible sound conditions of the small stage and left after 3 or 4 songs rightfully pissed off. Felt bad for them, but it was understandable.
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From: Australia

  06.10.2014 at 06:08
Just brought tickets for this one:

Should be great as I love Strauss II's work. I also love Vienna so this will take me back - without a doubt the most romantic city I've ever been too and about the only place outside of Tasmania where I'd live.

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