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Eluveitie's Pagan Fest USA Setlist (Mokena Show)

Discussion in 'Heathen Crusade' started by PurpleCrayonWriter, May 3, 2008.

  1. PurpleCrayonWriter

    PurpleCrayonWriter Just a Kid at Heart

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    For all those keeping score, here's Eluveitie's setlist for their show in Mokena, straight from bassist Rafi Kirder:

    inis mona
    grey sublime archon
    of fire wind and wisdom
    bloodstained ground
    the somber lay
    your gaulish war
    tegernako

    Eluveitie ruled at Pagan Fest. They are extremely high energy. A non-stop blur of motion. Great songs, too. We had more fun watching Eluveitie than any other band playing that night.

    I'll post photos and clips from their set at The Pearl Room on Metal Wyrd in a few days.
     
  2. Vereor

    Vereor New Metal Member

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    Yeah, that set was killer to say the least. They do have reviews over in the Paganfest section of the forum, though.
     
  3. Reign in Acai

    Reign in Acai Gnats before thy gums

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    Can somebody post Tyr's setlist?!?!
     
  4. Maggotcrusher666

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    I saw the show in St. Paul but since I'm only really familiar with their Ragnarok album so I only recognized a couple songs. They opened with 2 tracks from their forthcoming album. Then they played Wings of Time followed by Hail to the Hammer. They closed with a track from Eric the Red which i can't recall the name of. Kind of weak that they only played 5 songs.
     
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    Sanctums Minnesota Ass Vikings

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    The first two I hadn't heard, but the last three were: Hail to the Hammer, Wings of Time, and Ramund Hin Unge.

    It was a criminally short set.
     
  6. Krigloch the Furious

    Krigloch the Furious Pants full of poo

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    I hate to say it, but Tyr was crap. Who the hell starts off their set with songs that not one single person knows? dumb!
    the Peavey 5150's that they used sounded like pure shit.
    at least I got to hear Hail to the Hammer
     
  7. Maggotcrusher666

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    They definitely weren't the best live band. It was kind of disappointing since they were the band I wanted to see the most.
     
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    Sanctums Minnesota Ass Vikings

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    Aye. Their set was completly eclipsed by Turisas.
     
  9. Krigloch the Furious

    Krigloch the Furious Pants full of poo

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    I wish I would have prepped myself for Turisas, I couldnt remember any of the songs.
     
  10. Maggotcrusher666

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    Turisas totally surprised me. I have heard their latest album but I didn't think much of it at the time but after seeing them live I think i'll give it another shot.
     
  11. Det Som Engang Var

    Det Som Engang Var Viking Bastard

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    Hated Turisas on album but they were pretty damn good live.

    Eluveitie stole the show. Ensiferum kind of sucked, Tyr was ok but boring like on album.
     
  12. DoomsdayZach

    DoomsdayZach The Professor was right

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    Just got back from the seattle show

    Suidakra - Amazing
    Eluveitie - Clearly the band of the evening
    Tyr - Way better than everyone else said. Crowd reaction wasn't the best, but I personally was headbanging and singing along with everything but the new track
    Turisas - A little annoyed by the over-usage of backing tracks and the violin sounded like it was running through a processor that gave it a trumpet sound. Did not at all live up to expectations, but I can't say that they were disappointing. Great band, but I have to say that I enjoyed Tyr more.
    Ensiferum - Being sick for 5 days doesn't mix with an entire night of amazing metal, so i left 2 songs into their set. They were great though, but i'm not upset for missing the rest of their set.

    i damn near started crying during suidakra's set. They were incredible and these are all bands i never thought i'd see. It was an overwhelming night overall and i can't say what an impact it left. Fucking phenomenal.
     
  13. Det Som Engang Var

    Det Som Engang Var Viking Bastard

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    Wow I wish Suidakra put on that kind of show when I saw them. The lead guitarist fucked up in nearly every song.
     
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    Element_man Lord of the Realm

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    Goddamn I wish I was able to attend the Seattle show. The added bonus of seeing Oakhelm would have been killer, in addition to the regular bands. Did anyone go to Portland and Seattle? How did Oakhelm do?
     
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    DoomsdayZach The Professor was right

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    Portland is tonight (i'm not able to take the time off work and i'm close to broke or else i'd be there as well). One of the guitarists has a broken wrist but they still pulled off an incredible show, as always. My third time seeing them and they never fail to pull out an incredible show. I was singing along and headbanging the whole time and by the end the crowd started getting way into it, so it was really cool. They seemed to be really happy. Pete Jay also had the flu or something shitty like that but he still rocked.

    So yeah, that was probably the best line-up i've ever seen. Great show.
     
  16. Climb Thar Hill

    Climb Thar Hill not family oriented

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    Going to this show tomorrow night in Long Beach.

    Apparently last night Tyr only had a 20 minute set....WTF....and wtf is up with the Eluveitie love?
     
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    Looks like I'm in the minority who thought Eluveitie were awful.:puke:
     
  18. Climb Thar Hill

    Climb Thar Hill not family oriented

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    ok, i went to their myspace and listend to the three songs on there


    HOLY SHITE :puke: this is fucking ghastly!! :mad:

    It sounds completely generic and manufactured....present day Nu-InFlames mixed with half assed folk elements.

    Looks like I'll be at the bar when they're playing
     
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    Krigloch the Furious Pants full of poo

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    yeah, Eluveitie is crap. chicks whirlbanging is good though
     
  20. Reign in Acai

    Reign in Acai Gnats before thy gums

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    They don't have the cushion of being deep in to the card, which means we will be relatively sober to gasp at every little nuance of their horrible act that we sentiently perceive. :erk:


    Does any one know if Ensiferum played Tale of Revenge?


    NM.



    Ensiferum:

    Iron
    One More Magic Potion
    Ahti
    Lai Lai Hei
    Guardians Of Fate
    Dragonheads
    Token Of Time
    Medley
    Victory Song
    Blood Is The Price Of Glory
    Treacherous Gods
    Battle Song


    Fuck, not too many songs from Iron, I see.


    Mike, it's pretty much confirmed that Tyr is playing a scant 20 minutes.


    In other news, apparently Toronto had the pleasure of seeing Eluveifaggity replaced by the almighty Gwynbleidd. Considering everyone in attendance paid to see folk metal N-Flaymez, they went over about as well as foreskin at a briss.


    I don't feel as if Long Beach gig is going to be packed to the brim with jump da fuck up vikings, as this tour ran through the Sunset Strip last night. Thank you Odin!!!
     

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