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#3
The Fall of Troy. I haven't been to that many concerts, and I haven't been to that many hardcore/metal concerts, but TFOT was madness.

That or NIN's LITS tour.
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#5
Only been to a few, but Amon Amarth both times in London were freakin' insane.
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#6
NIN, Incubus, Rage Against the Machine, Gogol Bordello, Weezer, or the John Butler Trio
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#8
Metallica in Ottawa


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how did htey do the narrations live? just speak it? or skip those sections?
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#9
Take That

they were brilliant, just great.
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#10
Haven't been to many, but while I can say seeing Joan Jett and the Blackhearts was pretty fun, seeing Coheed and Cambria was much better. They were flawless.
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#11
Brant Bjork and the Bros, July 2005. In the basement of this club, must have been about a hundred degrees, the band were stoned out of their skulls but it was the most mindblowing couple of hours of music I've ever heard. Brant played like he was possessed by the ghost of Jimi Hendrix.
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they were brilliant, just great.


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#13
Years ago I went to a Roger Waters concert in Atlanta, Georgia. It was amazing. When it was over, the encore was over, and still no one left so Roger Waters came back out and played a few more tunes then asked everyone if they would please go home.
#14
The second time that I went to see BTBAM was incredible. They have such control over the crowd and are just so tight as a group. Crowd was insane, sound was great, can't wait to see them again.
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#16
I'm not really a big fan of them, but Disturbed put on a killer live show.

Other than that Sonata Arctica because I know all the words to most of there songs.

Edit(thanks guy above): The Dillinger Escape Plan....insane
#17
Seeing GWAR, or Primus were my favorites. Or Powerglove on heavy psychedelics
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#18
BTBAM/Cynic/Devin Townsend/Scale the Summit


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#19
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Seeing GWAR, or Primus were my favorites. Or Powerglove on heavy psychedelics


i just saw Primus a few weeks ago and was kind of dissapointed, it didnt suck as much as i hoped :'(
#20
The times I've seen the Flaming Lips are pretty memorable, but my favorite ever?

The time I went to see Phantogram play in a coffee shop before they got big. Only 5 other people were there, and 2 of them were friends that I brought. They played amazingly, everything was so tight, so perfectly coordinated. Their music really translates well live.

Then I got to hang out with them, get some shit signed, and have a cig after the show with them. Two of the nicest people I've ever met (behind Wayne Coyne and Steven Drozd).
#23
Pierce the Veil
Alesana
The Devil Wears Prada
Chiodos

Back in the day when I loved these bands, this was the shit. Each band killed it, it was a great night.

Not my favorite bands anymore, but I still like them, as much hate as they get.
#24
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Years ago I went to a Roger Waters concert in Atlanta, Georgia. It was amazing. When it was over, the encore was over, and still no one left so Roger Waters came back out and played a few more tunes then asked everyone if they would please go home.

When and where (what arena) was this? Because I was going to answer:

A tie between Roger Waters in Atlanta a few years back and Eric Clapton in 2007ish.
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#25
BTBAM and Ozzy are tied. Nothing beats the feel of a classic metal concert, especially with Ozzy's energy and free tickets, but BTBAM's a favorite of mine and they played the perfect combination of new material, colors, and old favorites and the crowd was just a ****ing tsunami.
#26
Metallica or Dillinger Escape Plan.
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#28
I've seen waaay to much but I think Metallica (because they played the Master of Puppets album in its whole), Dream Theater, Volbeat, Foo Fighters, Tool and Coldplay.
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#29
Never been to a concert. Except for a gig from my friend's band, which was good.
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#30
BTBAM was amazing, I ditched prom and didnt get laid and have no regrets.


But I have a feeling this upcoming Streetlight + RBF tour is gonna ****ing rule.
#31
Them Crooked Vultures one year ago. They had so much fun on stage and played tight as hell.

Qotsa a month ago was amazing as well. They played the S/T album in full and it was amazing.
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#32
Rage against the machine was the best closely followed by Foo Fighters at Hyde Park.

Also Nine Inch Nails blew me away at Reading festival even though I'd never listened any of their songs before.
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#33
Muse at Wembley last year was awesome.
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#34
Led Zeppelin, Machine Head, In Flames, Skindred, Dizzee Rascal and Chemical Brothers are all equal top for me.

EDIT: Shit and Tool and Karnivool
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#36
Just local bands, "Orion", "ZadiQ" and "The Red Antics", they're all on Facebook so you can look them up if you want to.

But I'll go see Iron Maiden in July so I guess that will be the best concert I've been to
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#37
Does it offend you yeah
They played in heaven, a gay bar in London
I went with a German student who lived in my loft for 3 weeks
I'm straight
It was awesome
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#39
Not their biggest fan, but AC/DC at download last year was pretty awesome.
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