I happen to be wearing a Tomb Mold t-shirt today.
That's a shame :( For me there is probably 50% of that list that I would happily catch at least 1 set from, and about 30 that would be genuine 2 setters!
I phrased it wrong, it just means 88% are not my first choice, but there are probably several I'd be happy to see. Too many repeats and too many black metal bands, though.cowboy71 wrote: ↑Fri May 10, 2019 2:13 pmThat's a shame :( For me there is probably 50% of that list that I would happily catch at least 1 set from, and about 30 that would be genuine 2 setters!
Yep, he did. Now it's all in Andy's capable -- or culpable -- hands.
Hell yeah. Not only are they a great band, but they're also heavily involved in the local scene and their guitarist Taylor was one of my roommates on 70K last year -- his first time. He'd just gotten off tour, filling in on guitar for Arsis.
You've got a big chunk of your list that was on in 2019.SirDimitri wrote: ↑Mon May 20, 2019 4:09 pmI kept thinking to myself, "I'll post my list later". Now, here we are three months later.
The 69 Eyes
***Beyond the Black
***Edge of Paradise
***Unleash the Archers
***Visions of Atlantis
1990 was a great year.Cardest wrote: ↑Tue May 28, 2019 8:03 amI'm not sure if anyone else has made a wish for Jag Panzer to be onbraod 2020, but I am!
I missed the 2016 cruise.
So, this is the one!
Also, think....albums that came out in 1990
Bands playing their album in entirety?!??!?!?!?!
Could be a thing!
Tiamat did the Wildhoney set.
So, what came out in 1990?
The list is endless.
Kreator - Coma of Souls (doubtful)
Nocturnus - The Key (??)
Demolition Hammer - Tortured Existence
Yngwie Malmsteen -Eclipse (would we ever get Yngwie onbroad?)
Anyway, that's where my thinking is heading towards.
They're playing ProgPower USA in September so I will see them. Haven't checked their music tbh
Not too shabby ...
I guess they would be alright.anthrokive wrote: ↑Fri May 31, 2019 3:34 pmNever made a request, but I just saw Guttural Secrete (Nevada, USA) at Maryland Deathfest and they LEVELLED the place. One of the most insane pits I've seen in a long time and everyone loved them. Chatted with them after their show and they were very kind people, even gave me a few cds! They would be a blast on the boat. Fingers crossed! GREAT brutal death metal with solid slams.
This is an outrage!
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