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Saw Rise Against with Rancid and Saint Alvia last night on the last stop of their tour.


I didn't pay much attention to Saint Alvia, but they were ok.

Rancid put on a pretty good show, ending with Ruby Soho.

Rise Against were insane. Opened with Collapse (Post Amerika), ended with Ready to Fall, and did pretty much every one of my favorite songs by them including Saviour and The Good Left Undone.


I didn't have the greatest seats, because I bought a 4 pack special for $15 a tickets, but it was still a decent view. My camera has a 10x zoom, so I was able to get some good pictures and video.


Performing Hero of War



Taken from my seat


Rise Against taken from the big screen


Rancid...yes, with a cello

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Last night I went to see the metal gods, Judas Priest, at Universal in LA.


The opening band PopEvil didnt really fit the bill. Actually all three bands were entirely different which was interesting. PopEvil wasnt anything special, they had a few songs that sounded like radio pop-rock and the singer thought he was Michael Jackson or something. Most people didnt bother to see them and opted to stand outside and smoke instead, the venue was maybe 15% full for their set and they had a pretty long set for an opening act.


Whitesnake had their moments. They still sound really fresh and healthy, they played some old stuff and new stuff and closed with Still of the Night. In the middle of their set they did a really long guitar duel which was cool. Coverdales mic was extremely loud, he was holding it like a foot away from his face and it still was ear-splitting.


Priest came out and blew the roof of the place. I had always thought British Steel was one of their softer albums until hearing it last night and it was nothing short of an epic heavy metal performance. My ears are still ringing from Halfords screams in Victim of Changes, Glenn and KK are playing heavier now than ever, Scott Travis is a beast (though I couldnt see him because a speaker was in the way, I could definitley feel that double bass shaking the venue). Its hard to believe these guys are in their 60's and still destroying the stage, of all the bands ive seen including Iced Earth, Megadeth, Children of Bodom, and AC/DC, Priest had by far the heaviest sound. It was also great to see so many fathers with their sons there giving them a lesson in real music, those kids better appreciate it. This was their setlist:

Rapid Fire

Metal Gods

Breaking the Law



You Dont Have to be Old To Be Wise

Living After Midnight

The Rage


The Ripper


Hell Patrol

Diamonds and Rust

Freewheel Burning

Victim of Changes

Youve Got Another Thing Coming











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I saw David Copperfield on Thursday night and it was amazing! Seriously, it was the best concert I've ever been to... if you can call it a 'concert'.


It was entertaining, funny and unbelievable all at once!


It was his 'An Intimate Evening Of Grand Illusion' show, which is the exact same as you would see in Las Vegas or anywhere else you see the show.


I guess it was a shame that it didn't go longer than 1.5 hours, but it was still amazing nonetheless. It was funny to have watched YouTube videos of some of the acts from 5 years ago and still see them in his show, with the same backing music.


If you love watching his acts on TV and are not short of cash, I would seriously recommend his show!


I couldn't attach any photos because cameras weren't allowed inside.

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Gene Ween solo last night at Mohawk Place in Buffalo - awesome!


Place was extremely hot, dank, dirty, dingy...one of the most ghetto clubs I have ever been in. But despite the head-butt holes and fist punches in the graffiti-laced bathrooms, the place offered reasonable drink prices so that more than made up for the beer bottles and puke in the urinals!


Gene was awesome...played most of my favorites with acoustic/electric guitar as well as some songs on the piano. Not quite as tight as when the entire band is playing together, but definitely one of the better shows I have been too!

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Depeche Mode last night at the Hollywood Bowl. The show was awesome! We missed the opening band which was Peter Bjorn & John but made it in time to see the band hit the stage. Here's the setlist for tonights show:


Aug. 16


1. In Chains

2. Wrong

3. Hole to Feed

4. Walking in my Shoes

5. It's No Good

6.Question of Time

7. Precious

8. Fly on the Windscreen

9. Jezebel

10. Home

11. Come Back

12. Policy of Truth

13. In Your Room

14. I Feel You

15. Enjoy the Silence

16. Never Let Me Down Again

encore 1

17. Somebody

18. Stripped

19. Strangelove

encore 2

20. Personal Jesus

21. Waiting For the Night


After the show.


Personal Jesus













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Blink 182 with Fall Out Boy/Panic at The Disco/Chester French last night at DTE in my home town.


The opening acts honestly weren't that great. The only decent one was FOB and I've seen them live already (me and my friends ALL agreed the lineup with Weezer and Taking Back Sunday would've been TONS better).


That said...Blink was absolutely incredible. Seriously the best concert of my life, no exaggerating or anything. I didn't care that it was 60° outside in August or that our seats were WAY in the back of the pavilion, it was just too awesome. If you're even the slightest fan, I COMPLETELY recommend seeing them live. It's well worth the money.

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this are the names on that 3days:


0ne Trick Pony

2000 and One

2 Many DJs

A Brand

Airborne Toxic Event, The

Aggrolites, The

Alberta Cross

Amanda Blank

Amsterdam Klezmer Band

(Antisocial) Silkie & Quest

Arctic Monkeys

Asher Roth


Aux Raus

Babylon Circus

Basement Jaxx




Benjamin Herman & Guests

Bloc Party


Bomba Estereo

Bon Iver

Boys Noize

Bring Me The Horizon


Brookes Brothers

Buraka Som Sistema


Caravane Passe, La

Ceephax Acid Crew (Live)

Chase and Status

Chris Clark

Collie Buddz & The New Kingston Band

Crystal Antlers

Crystal Fighters


Darkraver, The


De Staat

De Vrienden van...

Dekmantel Soundsystem




Dio & The Madd

DJ Koze

Drive Like Maria

Drums Of Death

Eagles of Death Metal

Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros

Enter Shikari

Ella Bandita

Faith No More


Fever Ray

Florence and The Machine


Gang Gang Dance

Gaslamp Killer, The

Global cLIMAx: DJ Chaos & Radar verdwaald in Afrika

Global cLIMAx: DJ Tommi & Pizdabolkin

Global cLIMAx: Nueva Cumbia!

Grace Jones

Grizzly Bear

Grupo Fantasma






Jack Penate

Jenny Lewis

Jessica Lea Mayfield

Jiggy Dje

Jon Hopkins

Joost van Bellen

Juan Maclean (Live Band)

Junior Boys

Kabale Und Liebe

Paul Kalkbrenner

Kaiser Chiefs

Kap Bambino


Kees van Hondt

Kitty, Daisy & Lewis



Kumpania Algazarra

Kyteman's Hiphop Orchestra

La Roux

Lady Sovereign

Le Corps Mince de Françoise

Lil' Vic & Danny Defunk

Lily Allen

Little Boots

Living End, The

Luciano presents Æther

Maccabees, The

Mad Manoush



Maximo Park



Micachu and the Shapes

Miss Montreal & Bertolf



Nina Kinert


Nuno Dos Santos



Paolo Nutini

Parlor Mob, The

Passion Pit

Patrick Watson



Prodigy, The

Promo Live & Guests

Wolf, Patrick

Dizzee Rascal

Rusko (Live)


Reverend & The Makers

Rolo Tomassi


Sedan Vault, The

Selah Sue


Sonata Arctica


Speedy J




Subs, The

Tallest Man on Earth, The

Temper Trap, The



Tim Exile

Tommy Sparks

Vampire Weekend

Virgins, The


Whitest Boy Alive, The

White Lies



Ziggi and the Renaissance Band

Zwart Licht






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Last Saturday my dream finally came true. I saw the best band in the world. I saw...The Aquabats. They were quite possibly the best band I have EVER seen live. EVER. I had so much freaking fun listening to the random banter from MCBC and the rest of the band. And the music was awesome, I'm going to go see them September 12th at the Glass House too, super stoked for that.


Then the next day, Sunday, I went to Vans Warped Tour. I was quite blown away, I discovered a lot of really awesome bands. In entirety of their sets, we saw Saosin (meh), TAT (Britain can still make awesome punk bands), Streetlight Manifesto (always put on a fantastic show, always!), Less Than Jake (love them), Big D and the Kids Table (WIN!!!!), NOFX (quite funny), and...The Adicts (one of my new favorite bands)!


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I haven't seen The Adicts in years! I remember seeing them back in high school they are a really fun band live. You should try seeing them at a smaller venue when you get a chance. How long did they play? I kinda wanted to go see The Aquabats too, who are they playing with at the Glasshouse?

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I haven't seen The Adicts in years! I remember seeing them back in high school they are a really fun band live. You should try seeing them at a smaller venue when you get a chance. How long did they play? I kinda wanted to go see The Aquabats too, who are they playing with at the Glasshouse?

They were supposed to play a 30 minute set, but I'm pretty sure they played a good ten minutes over that haha. They were so good. So, SO good, I really hope I get to see them sometime in the near future. The Aquabats are playing with The Action Design, Assorted Jellybeans, and Goons of Doom.


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