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The one band you want to see live?

Discussion in 'RC' started by General Zod, Nov 16, 2004.

  1. MFJ

    MFJ Member

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    Opeth was my first real metal gig, and oh did it rule. In a nutshell... aside from an awesome performance by Noctuary (but only 20 fucking minutes), the New England Hardcore and Metal Festival was absolute shit besides Opeth.
     
  2. Ayeka

    Ayeka Hell Bent For Leather!

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    Herrm...I'll try and remember support bands to pad out the list :p

    Iron Maiden (five times)
    Slayer x2
    Entombed
    Halford
    Seqouyah x3
    BLAZE x2
    Deep Purple
    Robert Plant
    Arthur Brown
    Whitesnake
    Quireboys
    Def Leppard
    Sum 41
    Mighty Mighty Bosstones
    American Hi-Fi
    Less Than Jake
    Capdown x3
    The AKAs
    Amputated
    Chimeria
    Arch Enemy
    Funeral For A Faggot x2
    Marilyn Manson
    InMe
    Hell Is For Heroes
    HIM
    Raging Speedhorn
    Johnny Truant
    Hatebreed
    Mastodon

    That's all I can remember now. Loads of local bands and small gigs not worth mentioning. I missed Motorhead :cry: nothing lined up except anticipation for Iron Maiden and Judas Priest next year! :heh:
     
  3. Henrik Main

    Henrik Main Hello

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    You've seen CAPDOWN THRICE!!!!!1111 and less than jake oh dear oh dear and teh mighty mighty bossontes.. *Explodes with envy*
     
  4. NAD

    NAD What A Horrible Night To Have A Curse

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    Are we listing shows we've been to now? Probably 200+ bands including support acts, no way can I remember them all, or even know what their name was to begin with. Case in point, when I saw Dissection in '96 I didn't know who the fuck they were for about 2 years, when I finally stumbled across an article of that show. :loco:
     
  5. d1c1ple

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    Who I have seen..Long list..ill exclude hair bands from 80's
    Malevolent Creation - many times
    Death - x3 at least
    Obituary - x3 at least
    Napalm Death
    Sepultura
    Nocturnus
    Deicide
    Godflesh
    Death Angel
    Forbidden
    Bolt Thrower
    Entombed
    Hellwitch
    Cynic
    Laaz Rocket
    Metal Church
    Devastation
    Violence
    Carcass
    Monstrosity
    Massacre
    DBC
    Athiest
    Ripping Corpse (All Day Death Festival in Orlando, FL)
    Testament - x3
    Slayer - many times
    Agnostic Front
    Evergrey
    Iced Earth
    C.O.B
    Arch Enemy
    Beyond The Embrace
    Trivium
    Cradle Of Filth
    there is more i'm sure...brain can't recall at moment
     
  6. MajestikMøøse

    MajestikMøøse Membrum virile

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    I've seen:

    Strapping Young Lad
    Devin Townsend Band
    Zimmer's Hole
    Moonspell
    Devildrivel (that spelling error was unintentional, but fitting)
    Into Eternity x2
    Kataklysm

    I see Dying Fetus and GWAR tomorrow, and Megadeth and Exodus 2 days from now. CSOCRE. Not many concerts come here, and rarely am I interested in them, but Kataklysm + Into Eternity was my first about a year and a half ago. (please bear in mind I came from a retarded little village in the middle of nowhere and only moved to a city last year.)
     
  7. Ayeka

    Ayeka Hell Bent For Leather!

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    Up yours, you silly sod :p
     
  8. Henrik Main

    Henrik Main Hello

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    I was serious :oops: I really enjoy skacore.
     
  9. Ayeka

    Ayeka Hell Bent For Leather!

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    :err: I still don't believe you, but never mind...Less Than Jake was an accident, actually. All those nights were good fun, I still have very fond memories of my first Capdown gig...the stories from that rival the old beer stealing/bullet belt chesnut :loco:
     
  10. Opeth17

    Opeth17 Bill Ward's Red Pants

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    I need to go to a lot more shows. Opeth and Moonspell was the best for me.

    I wish Vintersorg would organize a Vintersorg/Borknagar/Fission/Havayoth/Otyg joint concert, that would friggin rule all.

    I'm going to make an effort to go see Cryptopsy with Lord Worm in the spring.
     
  11. Henrik Main

    Henrik Main Hello

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    In all seriousness, I enjoy punk/sacore/related genres about as much as extreme metal. Capdown's "Time For Change EP" is killer. Same goes for the "Pound For The Sound" full length. British skacore the way it should be!
     
  12. Ayeka

    Ayeka Hell Bent For Leather!

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    Ok, I believe you now ^_^ (don't trust the fools on this forum). Yeah, Capdown are pretty cool at what they do, like I say - great fun live!
     
  13. Sadistik

    Sadistik Let me die in solitude...

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    Malevolent Creation 2x
    Dio
    Ohm x2
    Joe Satriani x2
    Buckethead x4
    Fear Factory 5x (1995-1997!When they ruled)
    Emperor
    Borknagar
    Monstrosity
    Cannibal Corpse
    Suffocation x2
    Dark Funeral
    Impaled x8
    Incantation
    Immolation x4
    Nile x4
    Kreator
    Destruction x3
    Metallica
    Stabbing Westward
    Testament x6
    Obituary
    Pantera x2
    Primus x3
    Mayhem x3
    Opeth x4
    Strapping/Devin Townsend x4
    Symphony X x2
    Blind Guardian
    Clutch x5
    Deicide x2
    Vader
    Slayer x2
    Anathema



    a bunch more my clogged brain can't remember, and a trillion local bands......
     
  14. MajestikMøøse

    MajestikMøøse Membrum virile

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    Goddamn, I just got In The Woods... - Live At The Caledonien Hall in the mail today. OMNIO LIVE ALL THE WAY THROUGH YESSSSS

    This band constantly amazes me. It's a shame that they split, but at least they quit while they were ahead. I would love to have had the chance to experience one of their concerts, however.
     
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    Suprised Mike hasn't chimed in with envy over a couple of those bands...or maybe hes seen 'em already.
     
  16. Demilich

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    Here's an obvious one, but there's really no comparsion:
    Bathory.


    And one that I have seen but wish I could burn out of my memory:
    Cradle of Filth. FUCK, what a bunch of boring wankers.
     
  17. Hell Mike

    Hell Mike fuck melodic black metal

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    Some, I would take some lives to see Forbidden though... Most of the ones in that list that I want to see but haven't disbanded some 10 years ago or so.
     
  18. unhinged

    unhinged R.i.P. Lizard

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    hey J you fancy this one?
    :)
    Primordial, Mourning Beloveth, Scald - Dublin 7th may

    been in planning for over a year
    first time our schedules will allow
     
  19. Crimson Velvet

    Crimson Velvet Sønn av Syperi

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    I've been to almost a hundred concerts, so there's really not that many left that I really want to see. Agalloch, Deströyer 666, Drudkh and Deathspell Omega are obvious choices.

    Some of the more famous metal bands I've seen:

    Thrash/heavy/power:
    Metallica x14
    Iron Maiden x7
    Slayer x5
    Blind Guardian (never again)
    Iced Earth
    Kreator
    Death Angel
    Exodus
    Megadeth

    Death/Melodeath/Melodic Death:
    At the Gates x3
    Dark Tranquillity x3
    In Flames x2
    Dissection
    Amon Amarth x2
    Opeth x4
    Entombed
    Arch Enemy
    Death
    Katatonia x4 (I know they don't fit in this category)
    Nile

    Black Metal:
    Immortal x7
    Mayhem x4
    Burzum x2
    Gorgoroth x3
    Windir
    Emperor x2
    Darkthrone
    Satyricon x4
    Dimmu Borgir x4
    Vintersorg (I think.)
    Borknagar

    The numbers may be a bit off on the some of the bands and I'm leaving out a few...
     
  20. Crimson Velvet

    Crimson Velvet Sønn av Syperi

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    You would have to ask him. He played live several times in '91 and quite a few split gigs with Mayhem.

    EDIT: It may have been '90, but I'm not sure...
     

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