|09-10-2005, 05:17 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2005
Location: Boston, MA
Bane, Every Time I Die, The Chariot, Daughters, etc.
So, I went to this show in Worcestor.
Saw a bunch of bands.
Headliner being CKY.
(not a fan of them in any fraction)
I had already seen The Chariot before, so I wasn't too curious with what they would sound like.
Which by the way, sounded good.
I don't own their music.
But I've heard just about all of their songs.
I wouldn't say I'm a fan, but they still put on a good show.
Daughters; I couldn't hear a god damn thing.
But I guess you could say they were alright.
From what I could hear, of course.
ETID sounded the best of all, in my opinion.
Always on key.
Lots of energy on the floor.
Overall, just a really good act.
Bane had to have been the most energized.
Everyone was just so into them.
At this point, I had been standing up on the balcony watching below;
The entire floor was moving.
I love shows that just "don't stop".
This was a great example.
LAST BUT NOT LEAST
I cannot stand them.
It had to have been the longest 45 minutes of my entire life.
My back was bugging me from standing for the 7 and a half hours I had been there, so I gave up, and sat through their stage time.
Very long stage time.
I don't even understand why CKY played at that show.
I've never come across anyone who would classify them as hardcore.
"Where are we drinking tonight?", they ask the crowd.
They start talking about how straight edge is for ***gots and such.
How all of the 'scenesters can leave, now'.
It just pisses me off how they were the most negative of all the bands.
I could care less if they don't believe in that stuff, but is there a need to state your own personal opinions publicly?
I mean, they were technically insulting people who were there at that show, supporting them.
How do they know some of their own, loyal fans are not straight edge.
k, that's all.
PS, I DIDN'T READ THIS OVER TO FIX ANY ERRORS. SO DON'T MIND THEM. I'LL EDIT LATER. I HAVE NO TIME.
|01-23-2007, 09:34 AM||#6 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: Fort Washington MD
edit: lol good lord this is old
I was dead. This was hell. There were no demons, no hellfire or brimstone, just a deep, complete feeling of darkness and hopelessness. This was the never-ending void. Not at all how I had imagined it, but worse than I thought that it could have been.
|01-24-2007, 10:27 AM||#9 (permalink)|
Is The Spider
Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: New York
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