Which concert will you attend next ?

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Post#16 » Mon Mar 26, 2007 6:28 pm

WASP in 2 weeks, and then Keep it True. Lookin' forward to see Destructor!
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Post#17 » Mon Mar 26, 2007 6:41 pm

Yes, Destructor, can't wait to see them there. I'm also looking forward to Piledriver, well everything is great to see.
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Post#18 » Mon Mar 26, 2007 6:47 pm

SAXON this friday, and the week end after a fest in my hometown in Belgium on saturday (Most bands suck but tons of friends to meat and tons of beers to drink) and on sunday No Mercy Fest at Hof ter Lo.

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Post#19 » Mon Mar 26, 2007 9:02 pm

Candlemass it is! Saturday just cannot be missed. Then Celtic Frost + Kreator in Helsinki on April 4. After that no specific plans before Sweden Rock but I'll try to catch Venom and/or Abigail in May in Finland.

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Post#20 » Thu Mar 29, 2007 2:48 pm

Puh, Celtic Frost ruled immensly. They played nearly 80minutes as co-headliner. Just Sorrows Of The Moon and Mesmerised should have been left in the dumpster... Kreator ruled also as hell. I just do not like the screamed vocals any more. Pleasure To Kill needs deep vocals, not screams.

Legion Of The Damned and Watain ruled too. I just like it if the concertcard says "Entry: 19:00, start 20:00", the webpage of the concerthall says "19:30" without mentioning entry or start, and the concert itself begins with Watain 18:45. Luckily I was there at 18:40...

Next gig: (The Exalted) Piledriver. Mjam....

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Post#21 » Thu Mar 29, 2007 3:01 pm

WATAIN had the same problem in Paris, the gig was supposed to begin at 18:30 (according to the tickets) and WATAIN started at 18:00, they played before an empty hall.

CELTIC FROST was very impressive, I've rarely heard such a massive and heavy sound !!! Too bad they only played 2 songs from "Monotheist" but it was great to hear again old classics.

LEGION OF THE DAMNED were OK, though they're not the most original bands of the world.

KREATOR was KREATOR. The sound seemed a bit "light" after CF gig.

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Post#22 » Thu Mar 29, 2007 7:05 pm

KEEP IT TRUE and after that probably a festival to see Maiden
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Post#23 » Thu Mar 29, 2007 7:48 pm

What did CF and Kreator play? I'd love to see this tour in Milano (the gig was on 27th) but unfortunately I'm broken right now haha :) .

The next one will probably be Keep it True (after some local shows probably). It was a Artillery show plus a couple of good bands for me; now it's just a couple of good bands show :( . But then again, KIT 6 was going to be Paradox + a couple of good bands show, but turned out to be a Darkness + some cool bands :) . So currently I'm most interested in Piledriver! And then Laaz, Diamond Head, etc.

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Post#24 » Fri Mar 30, 2007 12:49 pm

sovdat wrote:What did CF and Kreator play? I'd love to see this tour in Milano (the gig was on 27th) but unfortunately I'm broken right now haha :) .
in no particular order as my neck is still hurting and I couldn't remember the track order:

Procreation Of The Wicked (opener)
Into The Crypts Of Rays
Morbid Tales
Visions Of Mortality
Dethroned Emperor
Circle Of The Tyrants
Necromantical Screams
The Usurper
Dawn Of Megiddo
Sorrows Of The Moon
Ain Elohim
one two Monotheist tracks I currently can't remember which ones

Kreator: puh, I never really liked them much. They mixed a lot too
Tormentor (encore)
Pleasure To Kill
Awakening Of The Gods
Some Pain Will Last
Extreme Aggression
Violent Revolution
Behind The Mirror (?)
Impossible To Cure
plus some others I can not remember anymore. I was high on adrenaline after the Frost, and as said, I do not like Mille's screams.

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Post#25 » Fri Mar 30, 2007 1:20 pm

Here are the setlists of the gig in Paris in the right order :


01. Totengott (Intro)
02. Procreation (Of the Wicked)
03. Ground
04. Dethroned Emperor
05. The Usurper
06. Jewel Throne
07. Ain Elohim
08. Necromantical Screams
09. Dawn of Meggido
10. Mesmerized
11. Sorrows of the Moon
12. Return to the Eve
13. Visions of Mortality
14. Into the Cryps of Rays
15. Progeny
16. Inner Sanctum
17. Circle of the Tyrants
18. Synagoga Satanae


01. The Patriarch
02. Violent Revolution
03. Pleasure To Kill
04. Some Pain Will Last
05. Enemy Of God
06. People Of The Lie
07. Europe After The Rain
08. Suicide Terrorist
09. Awakening of the Gods/Behind the Mirror (medley)
10. Renewal
11. Extreme Aggression
12. Phobia
13. Betrayer
14. Voices Of The Dead
15. Reconquering The Throne

Encore :

16. Impossible Brutality
17. Flag Of Hate
18. Tormentor

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Post#26 » Fri Mar 30, 2007 6:47 pm

Candlemass tomorrow and Saxon in May, it's been 23 years since I saw them last so it’s about time
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Post#27 » Sat Mar 31, 2007 8:18 am

Sodom in May.

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Post#28 » Sat Mar 31, 2007 8:25 am

INFERNÄL MÄJESTY with TYRANT'S BLOOD in Vancouver, Canada.
Friday the 13th of April.

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Post#29 » Sat Mar 31, 2007 2:16 pm

hu, GREAT set lists!! Some pain will last!! Well, otherwise pretty much similar to what they played when I saw them last year.

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Post#30 » Sun Apr 01, 2007 2:12 pm

Tomorrow Conquest of steel is playing in the pub, is it worth to spend €3 to see them or not? Never heard them.

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