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Discussion in 'Nevermore' started by El Diablo Fantastico, Jan 17, 2007.
Hmmm. This is tough, cause I have seen lots and lots of shows.
It would be easier for me to go by decades:
80's - This is a tie, Maiden on Numbers tour and Priest on Screaming. Cannot, well will not, try and say which was better. Literally saw 500-600 shows during 82-90, so many kickass shows, so little memory......
90's - Two shows again, Metallica and Queensyche, tour was Justice and Mindcrime. Don't care how bad Met sucks donkey dicks now, this show SLAYED. Second show was Pantera and White Zombie, WZ was on first and I have often described this show as a heavy metal carnival. The visual was 99% close to absolute overload. Then Pantera came out, in total contrast to WZ, all they had was a WALL of Randall's and a drum set, with just the guys onstage. The sound was so fucking brutal, fuck me, beyond anything that had come out before it. Testament in Houston is a very close second.
00's - Nevermore in Dallas, there were only about 30 people in the club. I was about 5 feet from Jeff the whole show and took it as a personal guitar lesson. At the end of the show everyone jumped onstage with the band and rocked out. 2nd place - Seeing Testament on the Gathering tour, OMFG.
Latest and Greatest show = Nevermore @ Jaxx. Just the fact that we had 15+ Neverboarders at this show, and we hung out with the guys after the show. One for the ages...
Oh hell yeah, set list was:
Finally Free outro (intro tape)
1. The Glass Prison
3. Strange Deja Vu
4. War Inside My Head
5. The Test That Stumped Them All
7. Through My Words
8. Fatal Tragedy
10. Peruvian Skies
12. I The Dance of Eternity
13. II Metropolis pt.1
14. III Erotomania
15. IV The Dance of Eternity
16. V Metropolis pt.1
17. VI A Change of Seasons
18. VII Ytsejam
19. VIII The Dance of Eternity
20. IX Paradigm Shift
21. X Universal Mind
22. XI The Dance of Eternity
23. XII Hell's Kitchen
24. keyboard solo/
25. Lines in the Sand
26. Invaders (Iron Maiden)
27. Children of the Damned (Iron Maiden)
28. The Prisoner (Iron Maiden)
29. 22 Acacia Avenue (Iron Maiden)
30. The Number of the Beast (Iron Maiden)
31. Run to the Hills (Iron Maiden)
32. Gangland (jazz/blue version) (Iron Maiden)
33. Hallowed Be Thy Name (Iron Maiden)
34. The Spirit Carries On
35. Pull Me Under
They released an Official Bootleg of the Maiden songs at the Paris gig on that tour. I have the 3 Disc unofficial "Dream of the Beast" version with the whole concert. It's pretty good. Different set list to the one I was at though.
Wow that DT show seems like it would be really cool if they changed one thing...
The band that played.
Pfffffft!! I went to see them on that tour and all I got was an improv blues jam.
Heh, yeah, some people were just lucky I guess. They played two shows in London that tour. The poor schmucks who saw them the day before I did got jack-all special
yeah, every time they play a 2 night stand, they cover an album.
-the third time I saw Porcupine Tree, and they played a set of new material
-the first time I saw DragonForce at the Pound...the entire place was packed and the band had so much energy. It was crazy.
Children of bodom and amon amarth!
Unfortunately I doubt they'll do 2 shows down here in Adelaide... Maybe in Melbourne or Sydney, but I think Adelaide will be too small
Yeah BG was pretty fuckin good.
Meshuggah/Strapping Young Lad at BB Kings...2003 I think.
Sigur Ros Radio City Music Hall..also 2003...I think.
my mind has aged.
Im not trying hard to remember the years, but...
- Rush (for the first time ever in Brazil)
- Nevermore (2006)
- Savatage (Poets & Madmen tour)
- Sepultura (2006)
- Rage (2005)
- Gotthard (2006)
Judas Priest & Whitesnake, Rotting Christ were also cool.
And there was this underground band once, Nephasth - from the southern part of Brazil - and their show was like a kick in the nuts. Real fukkin' amazing.
Arch Enemy (2003) was fucking awesome, they went downhill by there though
Nightrage (2006) was hell of a show
seen nevermore a couple of times but everytime the sound was awefull i dont know whats up with that
most impressive show iv seen is from a dutch band called Focus(Jan Akkerman guitarist) dont know if that says anything to you guys but it was fucking awesome
even if it's hard to say...
iron Maiden in Paris 28th November 2006
and AMON AMARTH!!!!
I saw Arch Enemy and Nevermore on the DNB/Burning Bridges tour and it was awesome.
It was in NJ...Obssessions...is that place still open Will? And there were about 25 max in the crowd.
this tour hands down the best show(and I've seen a lot of metal shows)
Van Halen -Fair warning tour at their all time best, the energy in the old Boston Garden was amazing