Discussion in 'Music Discussion' started by Perun, Sep 9, 2013.
Fuck this. Well, at least I'll see Metallica this year.
It'll be fine if they play the right venues. They obviously can't headline the sort of arenas that this tour was due to go to, but at this stage of their career I feel they'd be better doing their own shows to make the most of what time they have left.
And they're all also roughly the same age as Ozzy, Tipton is a year older at 71. Who knew headling metal shows would even be expected of them in 2019?! Where are the bands taking over that job
I just want to know what KK Downing thinks about this.
It is what it is.
What is it?
Nice carpet Halford! West Midlands, 1980.
He'd need more than a letter opener for self-defence, dressing like that in Black Country in the 80s
Well, he's staying very close to his home in all of the photos!
Well, now that the gig is postponed I don't need to worry about mediocre setlist rarities...
I’ll give you that, but you should at the very least be concerned with wether or not Maiden changes their setlist for the US tour.
Lucky for me I'm seeing Priest headlining with Uriah Heep opening in Washington DC in May.
I agree. Play some theatres in the UK!
I have a popular opinion to express for once:
Painkiller is a phenomenal album and nothing else that Priest made comes close to achieve its greatness.
I beg to differ. Painkiller, albeit a good album, pales in comparison with albums like Sad Wings of Destiny, Sin After Sin, British Steel, or Screaming for Vengeance to name just four.
The only one of those I think is great is SFV, the other three are inconsistent and not as good as Painkiller (which I don't think is perfect anyway).
Sin After Sin shits all over Painkiller as far as I am concerned.
That's only because Sin After Sin has shit to shit with... uh wut
Sin After Sin is top notch. Dissident Aggressor might be my favorite Judas Priest song now.
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