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August Burns Red / Born of Osiris / Erra / Ocean Grove Tour

Discussion in 'Tour Forum' started by redwing91007, Sep 29, 2017.

  1. redwing91007

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  2. suicidesaints

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    I'm not huge on the support, but I might go considering the venue and the VIP package.
     
  3. redwing91007

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    Yeah, I feel like the support is pretty meh. Erra has been done, I feel like more than once. Ocean Grove is a cool add but I need to check them out more at length before I decide if I'm willing to sit through all the openers just to see them.
     
  4. Cmoney86

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    I’ll be at this. Thy always bring it live I don’t care about support. Abr is always worth seeing live regardless
     
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  5. korey011

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    Exactly.
     
  6. ADayToFall

    A home like yours is upside down

    Some of you are in serious need of Ocean Grove. That band is killing it.
     
  7. suicidesaints

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    Guess I need to give them more of a chance. Heard one track and it sounded like 1999 rap-metal, which I actually don't hate. I'll download the whole album and give it a spin.
     
  8. DarkestDayOfMan

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    I for some reason thought they were a part of the whole progcore/djent scene since they were signed to UNFD and from Australia and tour with a lot of those bands (this tour included). Guess that's what I get for assuming.
     
  9. estacey99

    Oh yeah, oh yeah, everything is terrible.

    Born of Osiris is 50/50 to make it into the country but I'll go for ABR alone so it's chill
     
  10. Cmoney86

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    Why wouldn’t they make it into the country? Their from fucking Chicago lmao
     
  11. koryoreo

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    He has one of the Candian dates and they band might have records?
     
  12. DarkestDayOfMan

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    99 percent sure you're right in both cases. I think it's Cameron (their drummer) has a charge for weed or something along those lines.
     
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  13. Cmoney86

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    But dose Canada really care about weed? I’m guessing not I think they will be fine plus there’s only 6 Canada dates in the entire tour. Also they had Canadian dates on the 2nd leg of their the new reign tour and I never saw anything about any of those shows being cancelled so...
     
  14. DarkestDayOfMan

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    Canada cares a great deal about weed lol. You'd be surprised how strict they are on it. But the ban on Cameron could be over with. I just Googled it and the last thing involving them and a Canada ban was in 2016 for Amnesia Fest.
     
  15. Taco-King

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    Just listened to Ocean Grove for the first time, actually kinda dig it. Should be a groovy show.
     
  16. HelloThisIsDog

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    Idk what y'all are talking about, I think Erra fucking rules.
     
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  17. andysoto523

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    This. I would have probably went anyway for ABR and BOO but, Erra seals the deal for me.
     
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  18. suicidesaints

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    Erra is my favorite of the support.
     
  19. DarkestDayOfMan

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    I personally love Erra as well, I think Jesse Cash writes a lot of really great guitar work. I think where people are coming from is that there is so many Erra-esque bands out currently (Invent Animate, Northlane, etc.) Its no secret that progcore/atmospheric metalcore is the big thing right now in that genre probably tied with Nücore.
     
  20. atlas

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    Erra are fine, their singer just cannot sing for shit live
     
  21. DarkestDayOfMan

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    J.T.? They've had 3 singers and I've heard the best about him. Most people complained about Ian's vocals.
     
  22. atlas

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    Jesse
     
  23. DarkestDayOfMan

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    Ohhh, well it's been close to 3 years since I last saw Erra but I remember him being ok.
     
  24. ADayToFall

    A home like yours is upside down

    Honestly, I'm happy both BOO and Erra are on this tour. I had a discussion with a friend last night about how Sumerian's bands tend to tour with each other a lot in some form or another. Like how many times has Betraying The Martyrs opening for BOO here in the U.S.? It drives me nuts sometimes, similar to the "For Today tour" package.
     
  25. HelloThisIsDog

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    Same. Except I could care less about BoO, but I've really been getting into Ocean Grove. I just wish this wasn't in Worcester and was in Boston instead. Oh well.