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Posted by Deadsoulman 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
1999:6661:2000
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
Demigod
From The Pagan Vastlands
Prometherion
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

Encore:
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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Koen Smits

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Age: 37
From: Belgium

  13.11.2014 at 19:46
Last weekend I saw Stam1na, Fleshgod Apocalypse and Insomnium in Vosselaar.
Went there to party with my friends.
It was a nice evening with a lot fun and beer.
As for the bands playing: Stam1na is a weird band, but they played a couple of very good punk driven songs so that was ok.
Fleshgod had a lot of trouble with their backing tape. Their intro started and aborted at least 3 times and they stopped playing during the first song. They talked a bit with the crowd and from than on they did a good show.
Insomnium is Insomnium. Boring as hell. This was the second time I saw them live and for the second time I filled the time ordering beers, smoking and talking to some people. Not my cup of tea, but the crowd was singing along so I think for them it was a good show.
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Written by Bad English on 05.04.2014 at 15:05

but spoil thius film is like spoil porn and say porn ends whit cum shot ...
fandango68

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Age: 46
From: UK

  13.11.2014 at 21:37
I am taking my better half to see Delain/ Wolf/ Raven Age at Birmingham 02 Academy on 26th... not entirely my cuppa but she'll really enjoy it... so, I'm looking forward to seeing them for her sake...
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First gig was Manowar (loincloths 'n' all), Bristol Colston Hall in March 1983, on the 'Hail to England' tour. Tickets were £3.75, 300 in the audience, Mercyful Fate never showed, but my hearing still got seriously trashed..
Fallen Ghost
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  15.11.2014 at 12:43
Alcest and Opeth yesterday, very good show! Happy with the setlist from both bands
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- Fredrik Åkesson, guitarplayer of Opeth

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