Im not dyin about either of these but Edguy is more my style. Vektor is the kind of stuff I listen to rarely and even then its mainly for curiosities sake. After a couple of songs Edguy bores me and Vektor hurts my head so my vote goes to Edguy.
Not my thing at all but he did say that he was a legato player so hats off for that. I may view your thread, Cried but I doubt that I will have anything of note to say. As usual. Although if you get to Jeff Lang I'll tell ye a story. Not a good one but a story nonetheless.
Im watchin it now, over half way througj and Im over the shitty cgi and Im actually on board with Hansi chattin to the crowd. Its a bad call to do it in the first place but st this stage I dont mind it. The new one is good, heavy and harking back to the early days. Not fabulous but my breath is...
Some decent stuff on Sons Of Apollo album, Billy Sheehan is a proper player and I love him but theres no possibility they win over an album featuring Sweet Little Sister and Youth Gone Wild. Plenty of filler on Skid Rows debut but nostalgia and a couple of brilliant songs win the day.
Some festivals have kept the same line up for next year, aside from a few bands.
Id say Maiden are a cert for Download. And Wacken. At least thats what Im hopin sayin as I got a Wacken ticket on a whim.
For quite a while I thought the reunion era was the best period of Maiden and as every album came out I thought it was their best. Now I have reverted to the Golden Age. Who knows what the years will bring and how the dust will settle.
Edit - Golden Age being 1975-81
Wizards description of Pantera as a knuckle draggin band annoys me. I dont know the bands stuff well but I have joyously romped to the likes of Walk in many a rock bar. I may well got into a frenzy, as Wizard puts it, when I hear a Machine Head or Pantera song over the PA, it doesn't mean that I...