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Discussion in 'LORD' started by Lord Tim, Jul 21, 2006.
Nowhere close to that I'd say. What's the max for the venue? It was full but definately not packed
The crowd was about 800. And even though it was better than when I went to see Mastodon there, I'm still not a fan of the place.
The max is about 1300 if you open it all up, but it was over 800 on the floor section I'm told.
I was busy this week and money is very dry, so I missed out on the Melb show. Wish I had have gone.
Does anyone here happen to like Redd Kross? They're touring this month.
If they were playing Canberra I'd probably go but I'm not driving to Sydney for them.
Are you going to this Rob?
Home from Amon Amarth. Was a fucking massive gig. Good supports, and AA played for nearly 2 hours (on at about 10.15, finished around 5 past midnight with a two song encore).
HUGE crowd - Hifi was PACKED (See what happens when you bring GOOD metal bands to Brisbane? *glares at a certain promoter who didn't bring a certain un-named band whose name rhymes with miced mirth to Brisbane partly due to Children of Bottom getting a shit turnout in Brisbane last time*) Yeah I'm not bitter
Anyway it was a fantastic gig (apart from when the lead singer had to go off stage to throw up..."airline food" LOL!)
Got War of the Gods and The Hero on video which I'll upload to youtube in the morning.
War of the Gods
Runes to My Memory
Destroyer of the Universe
Live Without Regrets
Pursuit of Vikings
For Victory or Death
Valhalla Awaits Me
Slaves of Fear
Fate of Norns
Bleed for Ancient Gods
Under The Northern Star
Free Will Sacrifice
Cry of the Blackbirds
Death In Fire
Twilight of the Thunder God
Guardians of Asgaard
War of the Gods
I want to, but it's just so danged expensive. I got a ticket to the Redd Kross side show instead.
hahaha children of bottom...
I dont really understand how AA are bigger than Ensiferum....so my whinge is that Ensiferum have only been here for a short Screamfest set vs AA that have been here 2(?) times now as headliners....
Not sure about HOW, but there is no doubt AA *are* bigger. Surtur Rising sold about 15,000 copies in its first week in the US charts. Ensiferum's last album sold 900.
AA just seem to have a much broader appeal than Ensiferum.
Just for me
And me! Every time I've seen Ensiferum live its been an experience I never wanted to end.
AA, while amazing, kinda becomes a bit of a chore live after a while as I find their music a bit too one-dimensional.
Would love to see Ensiferum come back to Oz for a headline tour. If Turisas can do it, and FINNTROLL can do it, surely there is enough demand for Ensiferum to do it!
In light of there being bugger all happening on the internationals front at the moment - BARGE TO HELL. Just wondering if any of you guys are considering going?
Half the lineup announced thusfar - Sepultura, Enslaved, Morgoth, Sacred Reich, Possessed, Six Feet Under, Moonspell, Artillery, Paradise Lost, Loudblast, Rotting Christ, Sodom, Krisiun, Hackneyed, Sanctuary, Hypocrisy, Soilwork, Kampfar, Solstafir, Belphegor.
Zero interest to me - but as someone who has gone on the first two 70,000 Tons of Metal cruises I hope its a big success.
I also hope one day for a 70,000 Tons of Metal-like cruise out of Australia Not gonna happen, but a man can dreeeeam.
All i have is youtube....Had to miss screamfest because it was my son's first new years. And nothing close has come back since...no Ensiferum, no Sonata Arctica Hopefully either of their new albums makes it big here but i wont hold my breath.
I was lucky enough to see the Ensiferum/Sonata/VP screamfest sideshow up here in Brisbane, then see them both play twice on 70000 Tons of Metal 2011
Could see Sonata live every week I reckon and not be bored. Would love them to come here again.
Unlike the band then?
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