cowboy71 wrote:Using this methodology
4 - Delain - Only other time I saw them was 2013 on the cruise. Could end up being my "5"
4 - Dragonforce - seen a bunch of times, not a huge fan of the new album, but fun live
4 - Epica - seen a bunch of times, love them, love the new album
4 - Firewind - only seen them once 11 years ago. Solid band.
4 - Hammerfall - only saw them once on the 2012 cruise. Hope to catch both sets.
4 - Iced Earth - seen them with Barlow, Ripper, and Block. Hoping to see both sets.
4 - Lacuna Coil - Never done a headline tour of Australia. Hope to see both sets.
4 - My Dying Bride - don't have any of their CDs, but loved them on the 2012 cruise
4 - Turisas - not a massive fan, last album was not good, but fun live
4 - Tyr - Only ever seen them on 70k. Love them. Hope they get 60 minute sets this time!
4 - Visions of Atlantis - not my fave girlie band, but never seen them live.
3 - Children of Bodom - used to love them, will catch a set.
3 - Ancient Rites - never listened to them before, but like what I've heard
3 - Insomnium - not a fan, but will check them out
2 - At The Gates - not a fan
2 - Carach Angren - never listened to them before, not really my thing, but may check them out
2 - Fleshgod Apocalypse - not a fan
2 - Holy Moses - not a fan, may check them out
2 - Moonspell - not a fan
2 - Rotting Christ - not a fan, but they are interesting so may check them out
2 - Thyrfing - not a fan, but may catch a set
0 - Sodom - zero interest
5 - 2 setter, I don't give a fuck who it conflicts with, 2 sets, everyone else can fuck off.
4 - 2 setter, no matter what (unless conflicts with other 4's happen) - similar to '2'
3 - 1 set for sure, second one more than likely but depends on overlappings - similar to '1/2'
2 - 1 set for sure, second one if nothing else interesting is happening - similar to '1'
1 - 1 set only if nothing else interesting is happening - similar to '0/1'
0 - 0 sets, not interested at all - similar to '0' (but might pass by to see how they play)
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