Bunstonious

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Soundwave 2014
« on February 14th, 2014, 11:54 PM »
So Soundwave 2014 is on in Australia (Brisbane) next week and I am amped... It's about $200AUD a ticket, but it goes all day and is full of METAL!

Line Up:

GREEN DAY
AVENGED SEVENFOLD
ALICE IN CHAINS
A DAY TO REMEMBER
THE LIVING END
RICHIE SAMBORA
ROB ZOMBIE
MASTODON
PLACEBO
HIM
AFI
KORN
ALTER BRIDGE
TRIVIUM
PENNYWISE
JIMMY EAT WORLD
DOWN
DEVILDRIVER
THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN
GLASSJAW
PANIC! AT THE DISCO
EAGLES OF DEATH METAL
LESS THAN JAKE
MAYDAY PARADE
ASKING ALEXANDRIA
BIFFY CLYRO
NEWSTED
FILTER
ROCKET FROM THE CRYPT
BARONESS
SUICIDE SILENCE
CLUTCH
ALKALINE TRIO
THE GHOST INSIDE
THE PORKERS
GOJIRA
DESAPARECIDOS
††† (CROSSES)
ZEBRAHEAD
FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH
SATYRICON
AUGUST BURNS RED
TESTAMENT
ILL NINO
LIVING COLOUR
MUTEMATH
BLACK VEIL BRIDES
LETLIVE.
I KILLED THE PROM QUEEN
MOTIONLESS IN WHITE
GWAR
THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER
MUSHROOMHEAD
FINCH
AUTHORITY ZERO
DREAM ON DREAMER
STIFF LITTLE FINGERS
THY ART IS MURDER
GRAVEYARD
PULLED APART BY HORSES
NANCY VANDAL
BOWLING FOR SOUP
TRASH TALK
SKINDRED
DIR EN GREY
VOLBEAT
AMON AMARTH
TERROR
WHITECHAPEL
DEFILER
TESSERACT
DEEZ NUTS
THE STORY SO FAR
10 YEARS
INHEARTSWAKE
BREATHE CAROLINA
HARDCORE SUPERSTAR
I CALL FIVES
HACKTIVIST
WALKING PAPERS
OUR LAST NIGHT
COLISEUM
DEVIL YOU KNOW
YOUR DEMISE
SOIL
HEAVEN'S BASEMENT
THE BOSSHOSS
NOSTALGHIA
DARKC3LL
UNCLE ACID & THE DEADBEATS
THE DEFILED
REAL FRIENDS
DANGERKIDS
UPON A BURNING BODY

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Nao

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Re: Soundwave 2014
« Reply #1, on February 15th, 2014, 12:14 AM »
Dir en Grey... Nice.

Bunstonious

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Re: Soundwave 2014
« Reply #2, on February 15th, 2014, 12:17 AM »
#soexcited...

Have wanted to see Death Punch for a while.

Re: Soundwave 2014
« Reply #3, on February 15th, 2014, 12:52 AM »
Sounds Toxic :) Heavy Metal Poison lol!

Have fun!

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Re: Soundwave 2014
« Reply #4, on February 15th, 2014, 12:54 AM »
This is my planned timetable.

A few clashes but such is life.


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Re: Soundwave 2014
« Reply #5, on February 15th, 2014, 01:00 AM »
Each to their own but I'd get more enjoyment sticking pins in my eyes.

Metal? Not for me thanks!

I'm sure you'll enjoy it though!

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Re: Soundwave 2014
« Reply #6, on February 15th, 2014, 01:08 AM »
There's going to be screaming... and excitement... And probably lots of BO.

Re: Soundwave 2014
« Reply #7, on February 15th, 2014, 02:09 AM »
I have a website for Rock but it's ole school classic rock, like Pink Floyd and Def Leopard everything under the sun. I'm 65 worked a FM rock stations Engineer some years back, and this rock is what kept me half sane during the VN war... My Dad use to say the same about the lite rock I use to listen to growing up, so it the time for young to do there thing, because one day they will look back and ten years blinked by.. SO indeed have so some fun but be safe are you kidding lol!

regards,
Maxx

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Re: Soundwave 2014
« Reply #8, on February 15th, 2014, 03:19 AM »
Metal Concerts / Festivals are very safe...

Far safer than those rap events.

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Re: Soundwave 2014
« Reply #9, on February 15th, 2014, 06:54 PM »
Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Jethro Tull... good stuff (I wouldn't personally call Def Leppard "old school classic" as they only formed in '77) but not the thrash stuff around these days.

OK, I'm showing my age :P

Re: Soundwave 2014
« Reply #10, on February 15th, 2014, 08:22 PM »
What grinds be gear is these what ever you want to call them, straight out American idaaaah, or some fools dancing on you the tube like someone removed their brain while still awake, can not play anything, copy some one else music and they become an instant success. I think there where more great artist that died than new real artist today. And there are some good New groups/artist, but nothing like before. I always try to learn new stuff and understand where people come from, after the Disco era, it was all slowly down hill from there.

And I mean from around the world. I don't care what kind it is if they have talent then they are good, and if they bad they plan bad! It will never be like again I'm afraid, no one wants to put in the time and hard work to be successful, they just grow up think they deserve it. Same thing in internet and it's working , devs work very hard to get something useful, and free ( open Source ) and the users get real demanding and up in your face at times, at least it seems to me.

I'll stick to: anything worth having and keeping takes allot of hard work desire to see it through! Like someone I now Know :)

regards,
Maxx

 

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Re: Soundwave 2014
« Reply #11, on February 15th, 2014, 09:34 PM »
http://fox.noisen.com

Trivia: I wrote Aeva Media 2 specifically so I could post these foxy old rock songs to my website. Or rather, I wrote stuff, and then I backported it into what I called AeMe 2.0.

Re: Soundwave 2014
« Reply #12, on February 15th, 2014, 10:23 PM »
Madhat to Madman > I'll need to check these out later, I tried to register, but I got drafted before I could learn French, it was the second language in those days :) but Now it seems to be Spanish!
Why did I not learn to speak anything!

And while we are baring our souls... here is my site for music and stuff!
http://www.buildandtell.com/index.php

regards,
Maxx

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Re: Soundwave 2014
« Reply #13, on February 15th, 2014, 11:26 PM »
The only acceptable music is Metal today, and rock from yesteryear.

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Re: Soundwave 2014
« Reply #14, on February 16th, 2014, 12:59 AM »
Quote from Maxx on February 15th, 2014, 10:23 PM
Madhat to Madman > I'll need to check these out later, I tried to register, but I got drafted before I could learn French, it was the second language in those days :)
Yeah, ah ah... Well, "these days", there's always the 'Translate this page' context menu option in Chrome... ;)