meshuggah wrote:Because Dave Lombardo is playing drums for them, and they can't be on the same boat as SLAYER
cowboy71 wrote:Well! Looks like we have our first band there, unless they are taking the piss.
Phoenix wrote:but there's no way he'd go back to the Liberty. Liberty was only 2,000 cruisers. This is about more money.
cowboy71 wrote:I cannot be certain, but wasn't 70k moved slightly later because NAMM was always around the 25th of January?
Bob wrote:Just curious all you Aug birthday kids, were you the youngest or the oldest in your High School class?
meshuggah wrote:I'm in on this strategy as well, so August 23 for me.
Phoenix wrote:Actually, since we're talking about the new ship, did I read these plans wrong or did the Café on the Promenade get removed? Couldn't find it when I looked at the plans on RC's website.
Phoenix wrote:Please add "Oceans of Slumber" to my wishlist.
I'm a sucker for this brand of doom, I guess.
Godflesh wrote:cowboy71 wrote:So it seems they've not updated the text only the heading, but the option to pay in 4 monthly installments is going to now be 2.
It's been changed back to 4 now.
Godflesh wrote:All this frustration will be forgotten SOOO quickly when they announce JUDAS PRIEST (who only have one show announced in 2019, in France on 1/27, just in time) as the first band
Downvod wrote:mbob wrote:They did update the dates on the Terms and Conditions page!
Indeed. Do you know if this was recent?
Pellaz wrote:2 July -- mbob
Cardest wrote:I cannot remember if the tix go on sale to Gold members first, before bands are announced, or, bands start being announced before tix go on sale!
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