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Maybe, but they already skipped Tyrion travelling with Griff and company and made it clear that Varys is supporting Dany whereas in the book he's backing Aegon
The only thing I wish they'd include isAegon
Don't do it. Keep to your one month and move on to other locations. While it's important to establish a foundation in your hometown and be able to gig there regularly (once a month/every 4-6 weeks is enough imo), it's more important to expand and play out to other places and expand your fan base.
Networking and making connections is more key to making it as a musician/band than anything else and you can only do that if you play other venues not located in the same general area.
And to the person saying, isn't better to open for as many bands and gather exposure. You obviously have never been an opening band at a decent sized show. Most people either don't show up early enough to the show or the venue only lets so many people in at a time.
^^^ If you actually get to the point where people don't go to see you because they've seen you enough, that's a really awesome position to be in.
Until then, you can't play too many gigs.
School is a waste of time. I mean really what did you learn there? If my band doesn't make it I'm going into politics to sort of the mess that education is today in the UK.
Haha - the joys of recording on my phone!
I was shocked at how good the new stuff was live, I like the new album but it's not my favourite. They picked good songs from it to play live - Storm, Strife, No way to heal and Through blood and dirt. Still used that bloody annoying vocal effect on Strife though!
If I'm going to spend money, CD. I prefer having a physical copy. Just looking at the thing is already worth the money in most cases and the fact that I can get digital files from it anyway makes it a no brainer.
Otherwise, it's time for me to set the Jolly Rodger at full mast and sail the world wide web because I refuse to pay for digital files.
i'd rather call them a hard rock band. with a ton of other influences.
their fans might all just happen to be preps though, i dunno.
I think its who ever is funding these videos who is holding them back.
I think most artists should go self release any way.
some of the songs are catchy, but i dno just something is missing so I can't enjoy it as a good a7x album
From what I've heard from those who attended to the listening parties, the rest of the songs are pretty different to Hail to the King, and Requiem seems to be one of the favorites. I'm really looking forward to this after that little let down!
Could easily be on Temper temper by BFMV...
One more song like Strife or BTS and I say goodbye to VF. And honestly, I think the majority of the tracks will sound like BTS and Strife. After all the negative comments on BTS, they should have counter attacked with something heavy but instead they give us Strife. Either they have nothing better -and it would be sad- or their promo really, reaaaaaaaally sucks.
And BTW I don't know if it's true but someone posted the tracklist on their FB page and there are only 10 songs. The rest has to be at least 545 times better than the song Shogun to prevent VF from being a shitty record.
You know it's not Trivium, right? It's a song off of the Capharnaum album Matt did vocals on.