Discussion in 'Tour Forum' started by JaytotheGee, Aug 14, 2018.
I dig Nonstop Feeling way more than T&S. I can't wait to hear Gravity live.
I think Step to Rhythm is Turnstile's best honestly. 7 into Keep it Moving will never not get the crowd going
Probably a long shot, but anyone selling a ticket to the Philly show on 12/11
I think I’d like Nonstop Feeling more if McTernan wasn’t involved. Since Senses Fail’s LINAWR his credits have been really hit or miss with me.
I didn't know that. What is the fuck is up with those drums on LINAWR?
I love that record. Everything since is off to me. He did The Fire just a couple of years later and the quality of that recording has always been a criticism of Senses Fail fans.
I do adore PBC Clash. Battle. Guilt. Pride fwiw
I love it too but the drums sounds really weird
Whats the Line up been??
Would be my guess.
How long was the whole show? I'm such an old man that seeing 4 bands sounds like a daunting task to me haha.
Went last night. Absolute chaos. Can’t believe these guys have been doing this for 20 years. Easily the best set I’ve seen them put on.
Haven't gone yet but I'd assume
That's close except the sets were a little shorter and the time between bands was super long (like 30 minutes per set change)
This is off memory from the show last week.
Fuck, 30 minutes!?!? That could be a venue thing though, I hope.
Hayley Williams was at last night's date!
Yeah, it was crazy. I've been to 70+ shows this year alone and the set changes seemed longer for this show than any other. I'm not sure what the issue was, or if they were purposely stretching it out (since the show did start/end on time)
30 minute change? Dont Turnstile and AD basically tour as the same band with different singers?
Turnstile usually takes a little longer to do set changes for some reason.
vein’s set ends up probably being way shorter than their allotted time due to just how short the songs are. The rest of the bands probably just stick with their assigned time.
I don't think I've ever seen a vein live set video that was longer than like 15ish minutes.
I went to a Vein headliner back in September and, while a lot of fun, was just shy of 30 minutes.
The first time I saw Vein earlier this year (prior to Errorzone being released), they played for literally 7 minutes.
Hey man thats a 5 song set
At 33 years old, a 5 hour, 4 band hardcore show is going to cripple me.
I can’t wait.
Praying some Boston tix free up so I can go and smash my head into a pole 30 seconds into Vein's set