Discussion in 'General' started by joec, May 30, 2023.
And you think Rush is awesome music. That says all we need to know about your take on this.
I blew my concert budget for one show Sunday night. Les Claypool's Fearless Flying Frog Brigade with Sean Lennon on guitar and Harry Waters (Rogers son) on keyboards, playing Animals in it's entirety. Was well worth the money to be upfront.
Go suck a Yoshimura.
Fishbone opened the SLC show. Am a bit sad I missed it
camping is sold out. so you could drive half an hour from your hotel.
I’m not driving half an hour from my house for that shit and I’m sure as shit not camping out for it.
People make alot of fun of him. But I saw Him a couple years ago and it was damn good. He mostly sang all the popular creed songs and performed them well
Capitalizing “Him” was an interesting slip. Or was it…
That is a funny mistake. Honestly we were front row and he really was damn good.
Side note I'd pay good money just to see trust company. They haven't played a show in 12 years and I missed them when they came around. One of my favorites
Thats #1... #2 reason is Phil Anselmo's voice is gone.
I guess if the fans are digging it that's all that really matters..
Yeah really. 1992 was the last time he did anything good. III kicked ass imo…….and made II a wasted effort. I did see him a couple times for nostalgia sake…….including when he fell off the stage in B-Mo But I’m of the “just retire already “ persuasion
Spritbox, Jinjer, Evanescence, and After the Funeral I've seen. And they all were quite good.
Haven't seen Suicidal in a long time, but as long as Mike is interested, should be a good show.
I've missed my opportunity to see Slipknot, Testament, Overkill, Coal Chamber, Bio Hazzard, and a few more. Not motivation enough to see them as a fest, but interesting.
Flyleaf reunion with Lacey would be interesting just to see if they make it through the set without exploding.
Babymetal and Hanabie would be great just to watch the crowd try and do the math whether it's interesting, or an insult.
Overall, probably a good deal for those that are interested in even a handful of bands, and are close by.
Wonder what Till Lindemann's (Rammstein Singer) shows sound like.
I’m more of an Asskrackpovic man.
Everything I heard about the last one was it's a total shitshow of bad organization.
I don't build outdoor shows anymore so all I know about it is the audience experience was poor for many.
As for racetracks having music festivals that's the norm in Europe. It's actually a great idea. Donington, Rock Am Ring etc...
3 i think he had london may drumming. my hs pal who races his 400/4 out west with ahrma is married to londons sis. they bmore peeps. london can play.
and yes agree. and while youre packing your stuff up can you go get iggy too. lol what a mess.
the only thing close by vir is that weird neighborhood you drive through and a sheets i think. haha.
lots of space. make all the noise you want. racing would be better.
London was only in Samhain, but only 1 album “I think”……Biscuits was drummer for III. Biscuits >May imho. May gets the bonus points for the MD thing though
You know that one only sucks the 'Shroom.
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