#1


All I know is it isn't Efrim . (ya I know the pic sucks, cell phone pic taken at a really dark concert)
#2
Lars Ulrich?
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#3
Could be David Bryant, seeing as it doesn't really look like Moya.... I've got tickets to see Godspeed next month and I'm pretty ****ing excited. Was it a good show?
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#5
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Naw this guy was chill. Lars is kinda... not?


Plus this guy is a talented musician and Lars is kinda....
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#6
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Could be David Bryant, seeing as it doesn't really look like Moya.... I've got tickets to see Godspeed next month and I'm pretty ****ing excited. Was it a good show?

It was absolutely amazing. They played for 2 hours and all the songs I wanted to hear, even their freaking sound check on stage sounded great lol.

They sound better live than in the studio believe it or not, if that's even possible.

The fact that I was literally AT THE VERY FRONT and only 2 feet from the band didn't hurt either . Also I got the setlist from the violinist chick . I got to talk to almost all the band members after the show too... except for Efrim who ran off stage as soon as it ended lol.
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#7
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Plus this guy is a talented musician and Lars is kinda....

To put it mildly lol.
#9
Good pic quality bro
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#10
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It was absolutely amazing. They played for 2 hours and all the songs I wanted to hear, even their freaking sound check on stage sounded great lol.

They sound better live than in the studio believe it or not, if that's even possible.

The fact that I was literally AT THE VERY FRONT and only 2 feet from the band didn't hurt either . Also I got the setlist from the violinist chick .


That's amazing... I didn't realize it was possible to sound better than recorded Godspeed but I haven't seen them yet. April 24th can't come fast enough
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#11
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Could be David Bryant, seeing as it doesn't really look like Moya.... I've got tickets to see Godspeed next month and I'm pretty ****ing excited. Was it a good show?

Ya it must be David then... Moya was about 8 feet to my right.
#12
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Ya it must be David then... Moya was about 8 feet to my right.


Plus Moya plays a Kramer, no?
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#13
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Plus Moya plays a Kramer, no?

Hmmm I'm not sure, I'm not a guitar expert in terms of IDying them .
#14



But yeah, I'm pretty jealous of you getting to see them too. Sounds awesome...
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#15
Oh and my advice Remus... get to the show EARLY (as in 2-3 hours early) so you can get right up front. I should add also that the band did this reallly really cool seamless transition from the sound check to the first song. It was amazing. The background footage was fantastic as well.
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#16
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But yeah, I'm pretty jealous of you getting to see them too. Sounds awesome...

Hey it's a dirt cheap cell phone camera lol. (not an iPhone or anything fancy at all)
#17
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Oh and my advice Remus... get to the show EARLY (as in 2-3 hours early) so you can get right up front. I should add also that the band did this reallly really cool seamless transition from the sound check to the first song. It was amazing. The background footage was fantastic as well.


Will do, sounds like it's worth it.
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