Dream Theater, Opeth, In Flames, Queensryche, playing at Wacken, live stream inside!

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  1. Crimson Glory

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    When is Drake performing next?
     
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    Oh buddy he's the main event, sure that's the reason everyone went b'y ofcourse.
     
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    Boomb Hate the game, not the player.

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    I watched AT The Gates in 1996, when they opened for Napalm Death. Awesome show!!
     
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    I would kill to be able to go back in time and see that.

    Everyone talks about the grunge scene being the hallmark of the 90's but there were so many great Melodic Death Metal releases during that decade,

    In Flames - The Jester Race, Whoracle, Colony

    At The Gates - Terminal Spirit Disease, Slaughter of the Soul

    Children of Bodom - Something Wild, Hatebreeder,

    Carcass - Heartwork, Swansong

    Dark Tranquility - Skydancer, The Gallery

    I'm forgetting so many.

    Great time for straight up Death Metal, Prog and Power Metal too.

    Not to mention it was when Black Metal first came on the scene.

    I often say that the 90's were a dark period for Metal in the mainstream, but it was stronger than ever in the underground.
     
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    Boomb Hate the game, not the player.

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    True story.

    I still remember how blown away was when I first heard The Gallery from Dark Tranquillity and Purgatory Afterglow from Edge Of Sanity. It was on repeat on my walkman all the time. There was really some great music back then.
     
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    Entombed: the all time greats.

    A lot of these bands were old/ well established when I was into metal 20 years ago.
     
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    Boomb Hate the game, not the player.

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    One of my all time favourites:


     
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    You know Entombed are a band I never really gave a fair chance. I think I listened to Left Hand Path a bit, I actually have a vivid memory of being on my old computer when I was a teenager looking it up, but for some reason I never put enough effort into them.

    Time to change that I think.
     
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    Their early stuff was a lot more traditional Death metal, then they evolved into the "Death and Roll" sound in the early 90s.
     
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    I am beyond pissed right now.

    Live stream says it's not available from my location...

    [​IMG]

    Edit, nvm, buddy of mine recommended I try something worked like a charm.
     
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    Good line up, too bad In Flames completely sucks now.

    Their early CDs are timeless to me though.
     
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    I've only gotten into in flames (their early stuff - soundtrack to my escape or something) and dream theater from those bands. In flames really changed alot but from1999-2003 was their best material to me.
    Dream theater is phenomenal of course.
     
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    I love Opeth but haven't really moved onto other bands yet. I tried Dream Theater but shit wasn't my cup of tea
     
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    Yeah, I wasn't a fan of what they turned into.

    I loved pretty much everything up to 2008.

    Back when that album came out I was very disappointed. Although I gave it another listen not too long ago, wasn't as bad as I remember.
     
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    I swear they were being self-prophetic when they wrote:

    "Egoism dictates human relations
    A world where fashion outshines morality
    Here success is written in blood-red colours
    Designed by the thirst for power"

    Describes their crappy new music that they're unabashedly proud of.

    My favorite song will probably always be 'Only for the Weak', but the lyrics to 'Suburban Me' are so well written. It really embodies the intrinsic urge of man to explore, but being caught in a time where the world has been mapped and space exploration is still far away.

    "I want to be the things I see
    the pilgrim that is me
    but I know I'm not that free
    the suburban, the suburban me"
     
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    Queensryche just finished up, them and At The Gates fucking killed it.

    Opeth up next.
     
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    Opeth are playing solid.
     
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    Dream Theater are sounding great, minus LaBrai, he sounds like shit.
     
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    Is "Silent Lucidity" one of the greatest songs ever or what? That and "Jet City Woman" are my shit. Queensryche is underrated.
     

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