2011 - Found out about it around March 2010. By that time Epica had been added and having not seen them live at that point, that had me sold.Malaka wrote: ↑Wed Feb 13, 2019 1:36 pmGoing back to the first cruise, and assuming there was some apprehension of whether or not you would go on the boat in the first place, which band made you say screw it, we're going!
2011: Fear Factory. Amon Amarth was already on it, and I heard the headliners were yet to be announced. I thought that was going to make for a HUGE bill, and it was.
2012. My Dying Bride. No doubt about it. Everything after that was icing on the cake.
Barge: The first wave of announcements. Sepultura, Hypocrisy, and Rotting Christ were in there.
2014: Death To All.
Yep, it's been 5 years.
Fulorian here with an eagle eye for data and the specific point of the thread.Fulorian wrote: ↑Thu Feb 14, 2019 9:01 pmNot to be critical, but I'm noticing some people are listing bands that were announced very late in the cycle, and very unlikely prior to your booking. I think the point of this is the bands you were aware of being on the boat, that served as a deciding factor, before you shelled out your hard earned cash - not just the bands in retrospect you most appreciated.
Sorry - in the real world, I live in data analytics, and my biggest pet peeve is data that is not kept consistent with the time period it was effective for.
OMGosh YES, the Behemoth topside moment. I had an epiphany that I was on a boat going straight to hell, smoke stacks billowing black smoke at midnight in the back ground. And I was LOVING IT!
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