June 28th, 2012, 08:40 PM #361
Originally Posted by mugs
June 29th, 2012, 07:58 AM #362
June 29th, 2012, 10:27 AM #363
i'll be in the pit wearing a kings shirt with #23 on the back
June 29th, 2012, 10:45 AM #364
just saw this
Strung Out - Twisted in a Suburban Wasteland Tour 2012
Sep 29 - House of Blues Sunset
Oct 5 - House of Blues Anaheim
They're going to be playing Suburban Teenage Wasteland Blues and Twisted by Design in full. I will be doing my best to make this (provide the wife doesn't go into labor 4 weeks early - one last hurrah?)
June 29th, 2012, 11:57 AM #365
Originally Posted by Luc SkyBomba
Im to lazy to be out in the pit most of the time. Sucks getting old! lol 25 long hard years of life.
June 29th, 2012, 05:01 PM #366
you're makin me feel old...
Originally Posted by xLAxKingsx
June 29th, 2012, 08:12 PM #367
July 1st, 2012, 11:37 AM #368
strung out is an enigma. Those two albums pretty much typify the fat wreck meets a tinge of hardcore/metal solos, but more on the "epi-fat" side. Twisted By Design was a "holy crap, this is a fat wreck chord band who can really play and wants to rock the **** out" type album. Too Close to See is such a good album (and show) opener.
Originally Posted by lunchbox
A few albums later saw them try to go a bit more on the metal side, but without losing the streamline melodies jason cruz always maintains. They seemed to have gone back to the old style on the most recent album, but those two are still by far and away my favorite.
how was mxpx
July 1st, 2012, 02:26 PM #369
holy **** slayer was ****IN BAD \m/
slipknot was awesome as usual, but felt a little empty with 2 members missing. jim root had his appendix burst and paul grey's replacement was probably playing backstage or something. their setlist was probably the best i've seen in the 4 times i've seen them. my 2 favorite slipknot songs are pulse of the maggots and heretic anthem, they played those back to back and i nearly lost my ****. i also caught a stick from chris fehn at the end of the show. freakin sweet.
July 2nd, 2012, 01:41 AM #370
haha, ya, the friend i went to see mxpx with was telling me that twisted and suburban are the only 2 strung out albums worth listening to. he sounded stoked about the tour when i mentioned it though.
Originally Posted by ucsdguy1
the mxpx show was alright. they had an extra guitarist with them, which was kind of weird since i've always just seen them as a trio. they played a really drawn out chick magnet, which was meh... for serious, i walked across the venue, took a wizz, bought a drink and walked back to my friends and it still wasn't over by the time i got back. then they closed with responsibility before mike came on to do a solo set of 3 songs. honestly, the solo set kind of blew. it was just boring. nothing like that acoustic set with kris roe, which i did like. then they came back and played another song or two and that was it so that's also what was kind of weird about the solo intermission. this was probably one of the longest sets i or anyone else in my group have seen mxpx play before though and most of the show was good, actually. oh ya, he called benji madden from good charlotte up to guest on a song and that was also one of the lower points. mostly because i don't care about good charlotte and benji talked too much. they also played a cover of the clash's "should i stay or should i go" which was boner kill. i absolutely love the clash but that's probably one of my least favorites and i know mxpx has better covers.
oh and they showed a mini movie on a big projector screen before their set that was of them reflecting upon the past 20 years and that was pretty nice.
there was a guy who probably only looked about 5 yrs older than me with his two kids there. one of them was a 13-15 yr old girl and a 10-12 yr old boy. that was awesome! and the dad was singing along to all the mxpx songs. haha. i wanna be that parent...
set your goals was surprisingly good live. i went in with low expectations. they do have a weird stage presence though because one of the vocalists is big and pudgy and the other is really tiny and scrawny, haha. neither of them play an instrument so there's all these people on stage, too. i liked them though.
i can't remember much more, the only thing i had for dinner was beer and whiskey...
thankfully, we managed to miss mest and rufio. it was totally funny, some guy near us asked if mest had already played and we were all like "ya... i think mxpx is next BUT we just got here like a half hour ago so..." he looked so bummed, HAHA. then when mxpx was asking the crowd to give it up for mest and everyone in my group was like "blegh!", the guy near us looked so disappointed, he had to leave our presence, HAHAHAHA. who knew there were big time mest fans out there? lulz.
lastly, big time concert no no = wearing a concert tee of the band you are currently seeing. i saw too many people acting like n00bs at this show, ha.
Last edited by lunchbox; July 2nd, 2012 at 01:47 AM.