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Re: what are you listening to this week?
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Those are some GREAT pics brother!    :bow:
I tell you, I'll go see great not-as-famous bands in small clubs before I'll ever go see huge famous bands in stadiums all day any day.  My friends went to go see Metallica in Chicago (Soldier Field stadium, home of Da Bears) a week or two ago, and their pics sucked because their seating/view sucked!  Damn, they looked like ants on the stage.  And $11 for a shitty Miller Lite beer?  No thanks.  I'm glad I got to see them twice back when I did, 'cause I sure ain't interested in all that now!

Well sure its better, but then it was the perfect size for a band like Metal Church in a country like mine, with a smaller scene probably than the U.S.  Without a doubt Metal Church have the credibilty to be playing much larger audiences (check out their festival gigs last year - huge crowds and great reception) but when they come here, a club is best size for them.  So 200 were at that show.  Now squashed conditions, could still access the bar if I wanted, and when I went to the toilet I came back and my space was still there  :thumb-up:  could not ask for more.

Huge stadium gigs I have never attended before.  Only may be a ice hockey arena size venue where I saw priest from the back and at the seat s going up the sides.  I enjoyed it as it was like watching a dvd and no one was f**king with me  :thumb-up:  Plus good sound and I could see everything.

I shall check this band Skull out!  My friend loves Trouble (the band)!

As for meeting the band, yes you are right.  Metal Church went one futher by announcing before the end of the show they would be in the corner with the merch and would sign anything for anyone, and then after freely mingle about to chat to fans.

I aint never heard of a band doing that before.  I was so disappointed though as I had to leave other wise I would have been getting my dinner at midnight!!  I had work the next day so had to leave after the show, get a bus home and then get a shower and food so had I left it later i'd have been doing all that a lot later and been more screwed in work the next day!

The manager of my band put this show on, I told him he needs to bring them back so I can meet them  :thumb-up:  I missed Raven also after we supported them in the same club.  This wa sbecause their tour manager told us they would be going straight to their hotel room after the gig.  So when we loaded up our gear we left.  Next thing I get text messages saying "where are you?  we are in the bar sitting with Raven".

I was fuming and so disappointed as I had taken every album with me to have signed  >:(
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Re: what are you listening to this week?
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This week, I've jumped into the way back machine and dug out some early prog-rock that I haven't heard in a long time. Very gratifying :thumb-up:


Probably no one else even remembers these guys  :lol:
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Re: what are you listening to this week?
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what a f**king album

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Re: what are you listening to this week?
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Great band, also check out their EP "Torture Has No Boundary".They also had a song on one of the Metal Massacre albums.

Another great band from the Metal Massacre era was Warlord.



When you get a chance you should also check out the US Metal albums vol 1 to 4 ,all great bands with even greater guitar players.
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Great band, also check out their EP "Torture Has No Boundary".They also had a song on one of the Metal Massacre albums.

Another great band from the Metal Massacre era was Warlord.



When you get a chance you should also check out the US Metal albums vol 1 to 4 ,all great bands with even greater guitar players.

I will do man.  We were on the same label as Warlord last year  :lol:  What a coincidence.  I had heard regardless of that that thy were good from my friends though.  I just hadn't checked them out yet.

Currently exploring Reverend And that Heretic album.  Can you tell I went to see Metal Church the other week?  :headbanger:
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Re: what are you listening to this week?
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Who is Metal Church?  ::)
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oh nothing special...............just some band I like.  :lol:


Actually lyrically one of the best heavy metal bands of all time  :bow:

Anthem to the Estranged, nearly gets me crying that song.
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Adrian Belew...  :facepalm:
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I've always liked King Crimson, great musicians, great band, fantastic compositions.
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I've always liked King Crimson, great musicians, great band, fantastic compositions.

I've Starless guitar theme in my head since 3 weeks...
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This week, I'm listening Vinnie Vincent demos, Kiss and Vinnie Vincent Invasion. Sadly, he disappeared. One of the biggest guitar influences of me.
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I'm into Anouska Shankar - Traveler live in France, whole concert on the tube.
Amazing artist, amazing music.

And, though not music, listening to Teal Swan. Just finished "F*ck the law of attraction".
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