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11/09
Posted - Mar 1 2010 : 10:54AM
Ahh, thanks for the clarification Asmodeus. Still, I've already seen Slayer and it'd be orgasmic to hear Rust in Peace in its entirety...*subtly wipes drool off desk*. Yeah, having Friedman would be fucking out of this world! His shred style is so widely ripped off these days; despite his notoriety I'd still say he's underrated.
And ma meeshka, Patton is, was, and always will be one of the best vocalists/musicians to grace this planet. I heard he was straight edge though - pretty nuts!

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Posted - Mar 2 2010 : 4:49AM
I don't think he's straight edge. I know he smokes, I'm fairly sure he drinks, and I don't imagine he's vegan.

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Posted - Mar 13 2010 : 1:09AM
IRON MAIDEN announce new studio album 'THE FINAL FRONTIER' and North American Tour
IRON MAIDEN are pleased to announce that their forthcoming new studio album will be called 'THE FINAL FRONTIER', and is expected be released late summer of this year.
The announcement comes with news of a North American Tour with Very Special Guests Dream Theater to open in Dallas, Texas, on 9th June and finish in Washington D.C. on 20th July, making it Maiden's most extensive North American tour in many years.
Following these shows in USA and Canada The Final Frontier World Tour will travel back to Europe for a few selected major festival and stadium shows with the band planning to continue to many other countries in 2011 (full currently confirmed dates below).
The full Live Nation North America press release for the North American Tour is posted here.
An exclusive pre-sale allowing members of the IRON MAIDEN fan club first access to tickets to the North American Maiden Shows will be made available two days prior to them being available to the public.
Tickets for the Canadian shows will go on sale to the public on Saturday 13th March at 10am PST (10am EST for Toronto and 12 noon EST Montreal). Exclusive first access to the tickets will be available to IM fan club members on Wednesday 10th March at 10am PST through to Thursday 11th March at 6pm PST (EST for Toronto). Regretfully due to technical reasons an exclusive Pre-Sale in Montreal is not possible.
Tickets for the US Shows will go on sale to the public on Saturday 20th March at 10am EST. Exclusive first access to the tickets will be available to IM fan club members on Wednesday 17th March at 10am through to Thursday 18th March at 6pm
As IRON MAIDEN are actively dedicated to ensuring their fans always have access to the best possible tickets at the fairest possible price, without being subject to scalping for good seats, so many North American shows will operate, at least in part, a paperless ticket policy.
To give IRON MAIDEN fan club members a privileged insight to their touring world, IMTV will return to ironmaiden.com to cover THE FINAL FRONTIER WORLD TOUR. This exclusive footage includes regular video from the live shows, touring, band interviews, insights into our crew and what they do and much much more. The website will also feature exclusive tour diaries, exclusive photographs and anything else that helps the fans get a real insight into the dynamics of a big tour.
"The Final Frontier 2010 North American Tour" dates:
Jun. 09 - Dallas, TX - Superpages.com Center
Jun. 11 - Houston, TX - Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
Jun. 12 - San Antonio, TX - AT&T Center
Jun. 14 - Denver, CO - Comfort Dental Amphitheatre
Jun. 16 - Albuquerque, NM - The Pavilion
Jun. 17 - Phoenix, AZ - Cricket Wireless Pavilion
Jun. 19 - San Bernardino, CA - San Manuel Amphitheatre
Jun. 20 - Concord, CA - Sleep Train Pavilion
Jun. 22 - Auburn, WA - White River Amphitheatre
Jun. 24 - Vancouver, BC - GM Place
Jun. 26 - Edmonton, AB - Rexall Place
Jun. 29 - Saskatoon, SK - Credit Union Center
Jun. 30 - Winnipeg, MB - MTS Center +
Jul. 03 - Toronto, ON - Molson Amphitheatre
Jul. 07 - Montreal, QC - Bell Centre
Jul. 11 - Holmdel, NJ - PNC
Jul. 12 - New York, NY - Madison Square Garden
Jul. 14 - Pittsburgh, PA - First Niagra Pavilion
Jul. 15 - Cleveland, OH - Blossom Music Center
Jul. 17 - Detroit, MI - DTE Energy Music Theatre
Jul. 18 - Chicago, IL - First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre
Jul. 20 - Washington D.C. - Jiffy Lube Live
+ DREAM THEATER will not perform in Winnipeg
IRON MAIDEN recorded "The Final Frontier" at Compass Point Studios in Nassau, Bahamas with producer Kevin Shirley. According to a posting on Kevin's official web site, "There's still work to do, but the band portion is complete and in the can, so to speak."
Shirley previously worked on the last three MAIDEN albums — 2000's "Brave New World", 2003's "Dance of Death" and 2006's "A Matter of Life and Death".
The next IRON MAIDEN album will be the band's fifteenth studio record, and they face a challenge to follow up "A Matter of Life and Death", which was received well critically and saw the group play the whole album on tour.

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4/06
Posted - Mar 14 2010 : 12:06AM
I've seeing Hevy Devy tonight. I hope he blows the fucking roof off!
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4/06
Posted - Mar 16 2010 : 2:18AM
He did, indeed, blow the fucking roof off. Go see him if he comes to your town! Two hours of serious geek metal!

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8/07
Posted - Mar 16 2010 : 5:10AM
Looks like I'll be seeing M.I.A. the day after my bday in July and that makes me very happy.

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5/05
Posted - Mar 27 2010 : 6:40PM
Heading out to see Jello Biafra and the Guantanamo School of Medicine. Haven't heard this new band yet, but I figure what the hell, it's a cheap show and all my friends are there.

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4/06
Posted - Mar 30 2010 : 5:33PM
Wish I were there!

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3/09
Posted - Apr 10 2010 : 9:31PM
Not long came in from the Morricone gig. Absolutely superb... Had tears in my eyes watching a live performance of 'The Ecstasy of Gold'. Was beautiful all the way through though, but almost inevitably for me, it's the overblown, majestic spaghetti western scores that take way off into the stratosphere. Genius in its truest sense.
Opeth on Monday were great too. Really tight. Sound was amazing (Prog/Death Metal played at a staple venue of orchestral high culture - exceedingly novel). Suited their music perfectly; did them far better justice than when I last saw them in '08. Brings into sharp relief just how shitty the sound/acoustic setup is at what's considered "top" venues. Many times you're left just feeling the vibe opposed to what should be the full experience. I digress.
Overall, a quality week.

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3/06
Posted - Apr 11 2010 : 12:30AM
I'm seeing Pearl Jam on May 6th at Nationwide Arena.

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4/06
Posted - Apr 11 2010 : 2:21AM
Dubious_Leftovers: sounds awesome! Would love to see Morricone. I've given Opeth a few shots but they still don't do it for me yet.

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3/09
Posted - Apr 11 2010 : 8:02PM
^Awesome indeed ma... Technically lucky in some respects that I'm only an hour's train ride from some decent venues popular with performing musicians. Very glad it happened. If he was to ever perform 'round your way, I'd recommend making every effort to go see him; I've seen many people I've admired, and artists I've loved, but very few I can call transcendent geniuses. It was a privilege.
Opeth? Yeah, it took me a while to get my head around them upon first introduction. Previously, I had nothing in my music collection of the Death Metal ilk, as I'd dismissed that kind of vocal delivery as inherently silly; they're kind of different though, very forward thinking. They came from that background but imbue real emotion into the (highly intricate) songs. The songwriting, lyrics and musicianship are stunning. When juxtaposed with the clean singing it may start to make sense. It goes beyond their roots, and follows in the line of classic music that I grew up with, introduced to me from my parents' collections that I loved (Rainbow, Pink Floyd, King Crimson etc.) These traits are found in bands such as Tool, Neurosis, Isis, Enslaved, Mars Volta, Mastodon and Opeth etc.; all came from different genre roots, but ultimately all heading the same way.
I'd recommend starting with their 2005 release 'Ghost Reveries'. It's my favourite album of theirs, and probably the most far-reaching whilst remaining consistent. If that doesn't grow on you, it might just not be your taste.

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4/06
Posted - Apr 12 2010 : 6:27AM
I have Blackwater Park. I'll give it more of a listen sometime. They toured here recently. But, they're always here.
See, I love Tool, Mastodon, and TMV. I've seen them all live and they were amazing. I just get stuck with bands like Isis and Opeth. They seem like bands I would like, but their music just doesn't grab me.

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3/09
Posted - Apr 12 2010 : 8:30PM
^Yeah... That happens. You can't force it, ultimately you need to get a hook into the music for it to personally move you.
Like I said, I reckon 'Ghost Reveries' would give you the best opportunity of deciding overall if you like the band. 'Blackwater...' is an excellent album, but not the easiest to get into as an introduction.
Really, you either like something or you don't. You can acquire a taste for it, but it has to move you, otherwise you're left maybe seeing its genre significance, but not having it mean that much to you personally (even if it falls into a category of things you feel "should" like). That's kind of how I feel about bands like Meshuggah or My Bloody Valentine.
With My Bloody Valentine, I often prefer bands they've directly influenced than them themselves. With Meshuggah, I think they're technically great but can't get any emotional hook or direct connection with them, unlike it seems, a lot of people. I'm absolutely cool with that.
You just got to decide for yourself. Best way, not to be swayed by anyone else's opinion or hype.
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4/06
Posted - Apr 14 2010 : 4:29AM
In other news, Faith No More are in the midst of performing their three shows at the Warfield in San Francisco.
Anybody hitting these up? Ivory? Tonight's show had Jello Biafra opening. In a very, bizarre, circular way he performed the DK classic, Let's Lynch the Landlord, which any dedicated FNM knows they were playing live in the early 90s. Would love to have been there for that!

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8/07
Posted - Apr 14 2010 : 6:23AM
FNM recorded Let's Lynch The Landlord for the "Songs To Make Love To" EP.

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4/06
Posted - Apr 14 2010 : 7:57AM
It was also featured on the . I only mentioned the live performance because that's where the magic happens.
I'd love to see Jello live sometime. I wasn't even alive when DK were active.

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5/05
Posted - Apr 14 2010 : 11:16AM
A pic I took from the Jello Biafra concert.
jello03.jpg
And one from The Master Plan, two weeks ago. The band consists of Andy Shernoff from The Dictators, Keith Streng and Bill Milhizer from The Fleshtones, and local musician Paul Johnson, hence the rallying turnout.
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5/05
Posted - Apr 14 2010 : 11:28AM
I would have liked to have heard that. Jello did an updated Obama/Schwarzenegger version of "California Uber Alles" when I saw him live. AT least that's exactly where I was standing at the time.

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4/06
Posted - Apr 15 2010 : 6:42AM
Wow, he's a big dude now. Did he land on you? That show looks like it would've been great.
I have this in poster form:
deadkennedys3.jpg
I should comb youtube for videos of myself at concerts. I can't find one of FNM where Mike jumped on me.

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5/05
Posted - Apr 15 2010 : 7:05AM
Nope, but a friend of mine knows him and introduced us. And he did elbow me in the boob as we was pushing past in the crowded pit.

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8/04
Posted - Apr 15 2010 : 10:15PM
Fuckety, I wish I could have arranged to go up to San Francisco for those gigs but there was no way in hell I could swing that. So, I have to wait two more days for my Billy, Roddy, Puffy and Mike fix!

Edited by - Ivory on 4/15/2010 10:16:01 PM


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4/06
Posted - Apr 16 2010 : 5:48AM
Did you hear that Chuck Mosley performed with them on the final night? Yep. For an encore, Chuck came out with the band instead of Mike. They did four songs together. Then Mike came back out and they did a duet for Introduce Yourself. I'm sure it's on YT already.

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8/07
Posted - Jun 11 2010 : 9:31PM
Alright, I just spent money with those fucking crooks, Ticketmaster (why can't we get major acts & venues to quit using these a-holes?). Still, I'm going to enjoy the shows:
Anyway, my upcoming concert schedule:
Danzig w/ All Shall Perish, Toxic Holocaust & DJ Fred Sabian - June 26th - Club Nokia, Los Angeles, CA
HARD Festival - M.I.A., Sleigh Bells and more - July 17th (the day after my b-day, yeah!) - A Great Big Field called Los Angeles Historic Park, Los Angeles, CA
Paramore w/ Teagan & Sara - Sept. 19th - Honda Center, Anaheim, CA
Belle & Sebastian w/ Jenny & Johnny - October 3rd - Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA
I'm also going to try and see Pearl Harbor at the Echoplex in June.

Edited by - jrsl76 on 6/11/2010 9:52:44 PM

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11/06
Posted - Jun 11 2010 : 10:10PM
I saw Peter Wolf a couple weeks ago. He was great.

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4/06
Posted - Jun 12 2010 : 1:27AM
I'm seeing Metallica four times later this year. I should be buying tickets to A Tribe Called Quest this week.

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8/07
Posted - Jun 12 2010 : 1:36AM
What, WHAT!?! A Tribe Called Quest are on tour? I must see. I must get tickets!!!

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8/07
Posted - Jun 12 2010 : 3:50PM
Thanks for giving me the heads up about Tribe, meesh. They've been my favorite rap group since I was in high school and I never got to see them live. In fact this will be my first hip-hop concert ever. At the time I was heavy into hip hop, I just didn't live in a place conducive to seeing lots of concerts.
This cost a hundred bucks I wasn't planning on spending, but this line up is just too good to pass up. The only thing I'm disappointed about is that Snoop isn't playing this show. I just couldn't justify driving 6 hours each way to go to San Francisco. New York got the hook up. They got everyone including Snoop and Lauryn Hill. We just miss Snoop.
Check out this roster though. I can't wait. I now have a concert a month from now till October and a few days ago I had no plans except seeing M.I.A. in July.
Poster - Ring The Bells Tour.jpg

Edited by - jrsl76 on 6/12/2010 3:52:04 PM


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4/06
Posted - Jun 13 2010 : 7:04AM
Holy shit!
You know what? I am reconsidering my plans. I think I might go to San Francisco instead.
This would be my first hip hop gig too, so either way it should be awesome.

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3/09
Posted - Jun 15 2010 : 1:46PM
Score! Made a surgical strike on the day of announcement, and secured tickets for The Dillinger Escape Plan for November 5th, at The Electric Ballroom, Camden.

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4/06
Posted - Jun 21 2010 : 5:12AM
Well, I guess I better get some flowers for my hair, as I'm going to San Francisco. First time going to the USA and first time going to a hip hop concert. Any advice?

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8/07
Posted - Jun 21 2010 : 12:03PM
Damn, really, that concert spurred you going to San Francisco? WOW. I mean, I really wanted to go to that one too, but the fact that you are flying from Australia is pretty damned impressive. No advice by the way.

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Posted - Jun 22 2010 : 3:48AM
Yeah, dude. Doggystyle, 36 Chambers and Midnight Marauders are three of my all-time favourite hip hop albums. Plus the rest of the line-up is great. Always wanted an excuse to check out California, San Francisco in particular. The public transport system looks great for getting around town. Just trying to find some cheap but good accommodation.

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8/07
Posted - Jun 22 2010 : 4:43AM
Well, if you decide to swing down to LA, let me know. I am damned disappointed I won't get to see Snoop doing Doggystyle.
 
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8/09
Posted - Jun 22 2010 : 5:18AM
My most recent concert was musical youth way back in 1982,,,I don't get out much

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8/07
Posted - Jun 22 2010 : 5:50AM
This past Saturday I saw Warpaint, The Growlers & Matt and Kim for free at Make Music Festival Pasadena.

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4/06
Posted - Jun 22 2010 : 9:44AM
Will do. I'd like to go to LA, but I think that might be a bit much.
Doggystyle is going to be awesome! I missed Snoop the last time he came out with Ice Cube, so this should make up for it.

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8/07
Posted - Jul 9 2010 : 4:09AM
Au Revoir Simone w/Alexa Wilding The Echoplex just a little while ago.
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8/07
Posted - Jul 13 2010 : 1:58AM
Well God kicks me in the teeth and helps me up right after.
Hard LA with MIA & Sleigh Bells got cancelled today, goddammit it!
However, Snoop Dogg is now performing at Rock The Bells LA!

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Posted - Jul 13 2010 : 2:04AM
^I ended up missing Sleigh Bells here last night too. But because it sold out so quick. Though the idea of being in the hole in the wall that is Radio Radio at capacity makes me claustrophobic to even think of, so possibly it's all for the best.

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3/09
Posted - Jul 13 2010 : 12:03PM
Converge. ULU, this Friday 16th.
Seen them before, but one of my favourite bands ever, so fuckin' a.

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4/06
Posted - Jul 14 2010 : 5:02AM
That's awesome! Definitely looking forward to Doggystyle!

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Posted - Jul 16 2010 : 8:34PM
Recently got in. Fucking brilliant.
Also big props to one of the support bands Gaza - new to me, but impressed no end.
 
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1/03
Posted - Aug 21 2010 : 1:36PM
Saw two old favs in the last couple of weeks. Natalie Merchant and Mary Chapin "I Feel Lucky!" Carpenter the week before.
And, coming up, Crowded House. Tomorrow night.
I'll be the guy standing on my chair hooting and hollering during that HEYNOW song! Don't dream it's over!
 
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Posted - Aug 21 2010 : 4:09PM
I got to check out Natalie Merchants new tour as well this past Tuesday, awesome voice to this day and she played for nearly 3 hours which I was very pleased with.
 
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Posted - Aug 21 2010 : 6:02PM
^ I was wondering how your show went. Did the crowd love it? For us, they where cheering the poet names even. How often does that happen?

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Posted - Aug 22 2010 : 3:35AM
I just got to see Reb Beach and Billy Sheehan jam together in the rain. It was a free concert with little lead up publicity and a no frills stage. Such a combination of talent deserved a much grander stage, but I feel blessed to be able to see it something that many others would dream of.
It was so fuckin' Rock N Roll.

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4/06
Posted - Aug 31 2010 : 2:54AM
Rock The Bells fucking owned! Q-Tip is such a phenomenal emcee. REALLY! Slick Rick and Rakim brought it old school in the morning and the Wu-Tang and Snoop capped it off in the evening. WOW!

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12/04
Posted - Aug 31 2010 : 8:16AM
Just got tickets for U2 360 tour.

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5/05
Posted - Aug 31 2010 : 1:56PM
Will be seeing The Decemberists Saturday at Bumbershoot in Seattle with a bunch of old friends.
Very pumped.
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