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- My first concert I went to was LP back in 2008 when I was in m…
shit posting at work
My first time seeing a well-known "international" band was Black Sabbath. Oh boy it sure was heavy.
My first concert was Muse. I was right on the barrier. Can't be beat
I went to a Primus concert at that age.
My first one was .38 Special in elementary school.
Been to a shit ton since, but the biggest ones have been Ozzfest, Metallica, Ghost, and I know not everybody likes them, but Disturbed puts on one hell of a show.
Never go to an ICP concert though. I thought it would be fun to break out of the Heavy Metal trope once in a while and go with some friends for shits and giggles, but holy fuck no.
Left half way through, shit was the definition of cancer.
Disturbed fucking rocks live.
They really do. After middle school I kinda left their music behind, but the show I saw of them will remain one of the coolest ones I've ever seen.
Say what you want about their music, David Draiman is one hell of a vocalist and their technicians are not payed nearly enough.
9/10 would watch again.
The insane clown pussies are the definition of a joke
Dude, you've got no idea.
Like, the actual rappers weren't bad as far as being a person goes. They didn't try to incite violence in the crowd or anything, and they were actually respectful of security and, to an extent, the police working the show too.
But holy fuck, the juggalos.
I'll begin to describe the crime scene.
It was me, 3 dudes, and 2 chicks. We all tend to go concert hopping whenever we have free time, just find a show, get some tickets, and cruise out together and have an awesome night or weekend. The ICP show was no different. We saw it, tickets were cheap, and it seemed fun.
We got there around 2 hours before the show started, and it was just...bad.
Bunch of fat dudes wearing paint and bandanas were arguing outside the arena, women were walking around with saggy tits hanging out, people were dealing and selling drugs left and right, so many soda cans and bottles were thrown about, and it just looked like something from Idiocracy or Mad Max.
Anyways, fast forward a bit and it's during the show. Music is bad, they only had one song that was really catchy
Homies, I think was the name. IDK, it just had a decent beat to it
and people were throwing soda bottles everywhere.
My girlfriend ended up getting hit on by some 40 year old dude that was half naked, and then she got hid upside the head when somebody threw a soda bottle in the air.
After that her and I bugged out and went back to the car and went to IHOP, and we got a call from my friend and his girlfriend saying their wallets and purse had been stolen.
Us 4 met up at IHOP and ended up staying there until 2am because our two other friends stayed at the show until it was over.
It was horrible dude.
I'd still love to see Metallica and Disturbed some time. I think it's great but also sad that our generation will be the last to truly experience those 80s legends. Rock is slowly but surely dying and that decade has the last remaining groups that will truly be historic IMO. I've seen Van Halen, AC/DC and GnR.
I don't think rock will ever die, but it's definitely becoming more underground. Which is fine, imo, because that's how Rock started. Although I am sad because we probably will never have legends like AC/DC, Metallica, GnR, or Aerosmith ever again, but even then, that's subjective and neither here nor there.
It is definitely sad though they we are the last generation to experience them, that I can 100% agree on. Like listening to a record and hearing it live are waaaay different. I remember listening to Over the Mountain by Ozzy and hearing Randy Rhoads playing, and when I saw Ozzy, Rhoads had been dead for a while, and while Zakk was REALLY good, it just wasn't the same as the record ya know?
But still, I'm sure we'll have good Rock and Heavy Metal artists break forth in the future.
As of right now, it's hard for musicians to do that since those legends are still alive and still active.
My first concert I went to was a System of a Down concert, and bloody hell, they put up one HELL of a show.
Saw them at Ozzfest one year. I actually think it was one of the last shows they did.
Anyways, they were fucking sick dude. Serj is one hell of an entertainer.
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Even Animals know the right...
- Nikki Minaj lookin as stylish as ever
- We have to go deeper
that drone tho
- I'm guessing the friend had hands on experience with the girl
- I mean, say what you want about the tenets of national sociali…
like a BOSS
- The entire sequence was like the Democratic primaries
Anarchy in Springfield
thats more comparable to how Hillary is going to get elected.
It is considering how many underage people supported Sanders.
I feel like that is exactly how brexit went.
what was it again? only 36% of all 20 year olds voted to stay in EU?
I don't know, but I remember hearing that there were more people who wanted to stay than leave, but the vote was leave because none of the stayers voted.
- Have her wear headphones bruh
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