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Discussion in 'ProgPower USA' started by No Username, Nov 5, 2013.
Discovered this band today. They tour the US, and could Def fill the "Power" part of the bill:
Edguy, Blind Guardian, Alestorm, Gloryhammer, Killer Dwarfs. Any of those 5 would make me tinkle a little.
Or Andrew WK?
-Been waiting to see Dark Moor for years.
-Triddana...they sound like Dio singing with bagpipes. Awesome.
-Nightwish w/ Floor (caught the Orlando show last year....words cannot describe)
-Not really Prog nor Power, but Swallow the Sun. Not sure how well that would go over.
- Diabulus in Musica
Only if he performs with Gloryhammer.
Same list I posted last time, I just keep removing the ones Glenn brings and adding new ones.
2) Sieges Even
3) Ne Obliviscaris
5) Royal Hunt w/ DC
9) Eternal Tears Of Sorrow
11) Dark Tranquility
13) The Shadow Theory
The key part of your statement is that "they tour the US," so nobody will need to fly to Atlanta to see them. I'm sure you can catch them with playing with some other metalcore band in your area soon.
I don't know that metalcore would ever make the bill, even as an oddball act.
I plan on putting a sponsorship bid in for them. The Detached was great and the new one sounds even better!
Devin Townsend doing some form of the Retinal Circus show
Flotsam and Jetsom
Trail of Murder
In addition to other returning favorites
I sure hope you get it. They're a great match for the fest and the last disc was crazy good.
I'd love that the "traditional" or "old-school" metal in 2015 would be TROUBLE...
The new album is excellent and Kyle Thomas can do the old songs justice
Civil War (or Astral Doors or Lions Share)
Trail Of Murder
How about Holy Grail playing all of Crisis In Utopia?
A Lost Horizon reunion
I would literally explode.
"I never knew unicorns existed like you.."
Soilwork's pretty much a metalcore band these days...
I love that people say metalcore with a sneer.
They're kind of metalcore-ish now, but not full-blown metalcore. Not enough angst.
I generally dont care for metalcore, but its mostly because of the local bands that all sound the same that get wedged onto the local shows to try to increase the crowd. Picture Symphony X with two local metalcore bands, and you can kind of see what used to happen a lot here in Dallas. It's a lot like people who deride power metal - there's so much of it that's cookie-cutter and by the numbers that some of the really good acts get lost in the mass, especially if you're looking in from outside of that particular scene.
There have been a few metalcore bands that I could get into, like Himsa and some of Sonic Syndicate's stuff, but I wouldn't personally miss the genre if it disappeared.