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The last time i posted here was probably 4 years ago

14 June 2010 - 01:09 PM

I'm not seeing many names i remember but it looks like someone made darkrick a mod? I guess drugs really are bad.

Download festival

06 June 2006 - 01:54 PM

I'm heading off for the festival tomorrow morning, anyone else going?

Click here for the full lineup.

A short guitar track i recorded with a friend...

22 May 2006 - 10:51 AM

Here's a short guitar track i recorded yesterday with a friend of mine. If you don't like heavy music, i wouldn't bother listening.

It's only about 40 seconds long and it's really rough around the edges, but it's the first thing we've recorded before we start writing some songs.

Opinions welcome.


Edit: Oh great, the censor changes You send it :roll:

Is there any file upload service that this forum doesn't censor? I know that's asking a lot, after all we can't expect the users of this forum to be responsible for their own security, can we?

For now, replace the "abused - censored" with you send it (no spaces) and it will work.

http://www.abused - censored.com/transfer.php?action=download&ufid=FB47CFE626484DC3

Last night - Lamb of God, Devildriver, and neck pain

07 December 2005 - 02:20 PM

Yup, last night my eardrums got an almighty beating at the London Astoria :D

I'd never been to that particular venue before, and after hearing it is used as a gay bar 4 nights a week, i was a little curious as to how well it would hold a metal night.

I'm not sure how many people there were, but i'd hazard a guess at around 1000 - most of them stuffed into the pit in front of the stage. I decided i didn't particularly want to get my arse kicked, so i managed to get a place in the front row of the lower balcony, which was about 20 feet from the stage and offered a great view.

I actually missed the first band (The Agony Scene), but to be fair i didn't even know they were on the bill.

After a brief soundcheck, Devildriver hit the stage, opening with the 1st track from their latest album "The Fury Of Our Makers Hand". Man, they were LOUD, the bass drums were insane, guitars sounded beefy as hell and Dez Fafara totally rocked the place with his vocals and constant motivation of the crowd to "never let life get you down".

The set was incredible, with songs from both of their albums thrown in. After about 3 songs Dez let the crowd know that they were being filmed for an upcoming dvd because "i told them that london had the craziest [bleep]s in the world" - he wasn't far wrong.

They ended their ~ 30 minute set by asking the crowd to chant "Lamb of God" with them, a nice gesture for their "friends, who were good enough to bring them out on tour". They then left the stage to a huge applause, definitely a job well done.

About half an hour went by before some dude with a ski mask on came onstage asking "do you want lamb of god?", and of course, we did.

On they came to some indian chanting, before slamming into the opening riff of "Laid To Rest" - at this point i realised that Devildriver was like easy listening compared to these guys, the guitars were absolutely deafening.

The rest of the set went by with a lot of variation - songs from their latest album included Omerta, Now You've Got Something To Die For, The Faded Line, Ashes Of The Wake, Hourglass, and What I've Become, with some stuff from "As the palaces burn" thrown in for good measure (Ruin, 11th Hour and the title track, all were done brilliantly).

Lamb Of God have always advertised themselves as 'pure american metal', and that they were as they finished in typical fashion with 'Black Label' from one of their first albums.

After all that, they thanked the crowd for putting them where they are today, shook a few hands in the front row and the gig was over. I made my way onto the london underground with a ringing in my ears and the feeling that my £12.50 (yes, £12.50 for a ticket) was money very well spent.

Snowboarding equipment

01 December 2005 - 01:13 PM

I'm planning a snowboarding trip for the 8th of January and i'm after some info from anyone who does snowboarding (or skiing).

Basically i'm looking to buy a new jacket as mine is a bit dated and doesn't protect me from the snow too well anymore. I'm also after a pair of goggles. I'm in the UK so i was wondering if anyone knows of any cheap stores (preferably online) where i can pick up some gear.

For anyone who's interested, i'm going to the resort of Pas De La Casa in Andorra. I went there last year with 3 mates and we had such a great time we decided to go again - it's described as Ibiza on snow due to all it's pubs, clubs and restaurants.

Edit: I'm thinking of getting a pair of boots too - nothing too fancy, but it sure beats the hire equipment!