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The Devil Wears Prada/Veil of Maya/Silent Planet/Thousand Below Tour

Discussion in 'Tour Forum' started by y2jayjk, Sep 25, 2017.

  1. y2jayjk

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    Sep 29 Millvale, PA • Mr. Small’s Theatre
    Sep 30 Detroit, MI • St. Andrew’s Hall
    Oct 01 Cleveland, OH • Agora Theatre
    Oct 02 Toronto, ON • Phoenix Concert Theatre
    Oct 03 Montreal, QC • La Tulipe
    Oct 05 New York, NY • The Gramercy Theatre
    Oct 06 Worcester, MA • The Palladium
    Oct 07 Philadelphia, PA • Trocadero Theatre
    Oct 08 Baltimore, MD • Baltimore Sound Stage
    Oct 10 Norfolk, VA • NorVa
    Oct 11 Charlotte, NC • The Underground
    Oct 12 Atlanta, GA • The Masquerade
    Oct 13 Orlando, FL • The Plaza Live
    Oct 14 Lake Park, FL • Kelsey Theater
    Oct 14 Tampa, FL • The Orpheum
    Oct 16 Pensacola, FL • Vinyl Music Hall
    Oct 18 Nashville, TN • Marathon Music Works
    Oct 20 Dallas, TX • The Door
    Oct 21 Houston, TX • Scout Bar
    Oct 22 San Antonio, TX • Alamo City Music Hall
    Oct 24 Albuquerque, NM • Sunshine Theater
    Oct 25 Mesa, AZ • Nile Theater
    Oct 26 Pomona, CA • The Glass House
    Oct 27 Los Angeles, CA • Teragram Ballroom
    Oct 28 San Diego, CA • SOMA
    Oct 29 Sacramento, CA • Ace of Spades
    Oct 31 Salt Lake City, UT • The Complex
    Nov 01 Denver, CO • The Summit Music Hall
    Nov 02 Omaha, NE • Slowdown
    Nov 03 Minneapolis, MN • Skyway Theatre
    Nov 04 Chicago, IL • Bottom Lounge
     

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  2. y2jayjk

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    This tour seems fun.

    Love the new direction VoM went last album and the new song is also great.
     
  3. Taco-King

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    So mad I gotta miss this in Philly. Same day as Rock Allegiance.
     
  4. korey011

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    I may doing both. Might book it after ABR and head over. Sounds worth it.
     
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  5. Cgarnsay

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    Going to Detroit...pretty excited
     
  6. Taco-King

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    I want to but just can't not watch Gojira/Mastodon/Rob Zombie
     
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  7. Frenzyofdeceit

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    I can totally feel this, its almost kinda puzzling why they wouldn't just be part of the festival, I was supposed to come up for this & do the Baltimore date, but im just gonna do Baltimore now. Either way im super hyped for this show!
     
  8. Frenzyofdeceit

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    This started on friday, anyone planning on going to any upcoming dates or went to the first few shows?
     
  9. Jonny Sniper

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  10. Pats12Sox34

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    Set looks solid, but since there combining this tour with issues tour in Worcester I feel like we'll get a few less songs and it'll be probably be the deeper cuts.

    Also there selling a ten years of plagues t shirt which had me hoping for more then just one song.

    And it seems there completely phasing out 8:18 from this tour. Album was ass
     
  11. DarkestDayOfMan

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    Disagree with this statement. 8:18 had some bangers on it just like the rest of their discography. Sailors Prayer, First Sight, and War were all really good tracks that they still throw into a set every so often. Also Home For Grave was a real highlight, so much so that the band made a part II for Transit Blues. I won't call it their best work but definetly not their worst.
     
  12. marsvoltamcr

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    8:18 was pretty good imo

    I think Dear Love is their weakest album. They only went uphill from there.
     
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  13. DarkestDayOfMan

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    Dear Love was absolutely their worst. Personal ranking best to worst would go:
    Dead Throne
    Zombie EP
    With Roots
    Transit Blues
    Space EP
    8:18
    Plagues
    Dear Love

    I know that people love Plagues a lot but I seem to go back to that one the least and Dead Throne was the album that really got me into Prada.
     
  14. y2jayjk

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    The 2 new VoM songs are great. I'm too afraid to start threads for single metal bands here though since there isn't a ton of us.
     
  15. marsvoltamcr

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    for me it's probably

    Roots
    Zombie EP
    8:18
    Dead Throne (would be 2nd, but I never cared for the production)
    Space EP
    Transit Blues
    Plagues
    Dear Love
     
  16. Frenzyofdeceit

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    I love that they are bringing out songs that they never have played before, but kinda bummed at the lack of TB songs, since this is the first true headliner since the album. I remember Mike saying something last year about not wanting to do what they normally do & NOT play alot off the new record, which seems so odd to me. There are still plenty of songs off the record that I'd LOVE to see live, most notably the title Track & The Condition.

    Record rating wise for me goes:

    Zombie EP
    Transit Blues
    Space EP
    818
    Dead Throne
    Roots
    Plagues
    Dear Love
     
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  17. TheSlyTurtle

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    Ohhh boy, ranking albums by one of my favorite bands... For me it'd have to be:

    Zombie EP
    Space EP
    Transit Blues
    8:18
    Roots
    Plagues
    Dead Throne (I just could not get into this album for some reason)
    Dear Love
     
  18. red8ge

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    TDWP are one of the best live metalcore acts

    go to this tour if you're on the fence
     
  19. Austin Schwarm

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    the lack of 8:18 in this setlist, upsets me. I really love sailors prayer.
     
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  22. johnnyferris

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    I'll be at the LA show. Prada is one of the best live heavy bands I've seen. The set they played on the 8:18 tour was one of the most memorable sets I've ever seen. I haven't seen them since so I'm really looking forward to next Friday.

    Here's my ranking

    8:18
    Dead Throne
    Transit Blues
    With Roots
    Plagues
    Dear Love

    Zombie
    Space

    I separated the LPs and EPs but Zombie is obviously a top 3 output from them. I'm not going to spoil the setlist from myself so I can't wait to be surprised every song.

    They're also handing out a new documentary for free at merch. Don't forget to pick it up.
     
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  23. johnnyferris

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    Waiting for Silent Planet to finish setting up. I missed the first band, but looking forward to the rest of the night.
     
  24. johnnyferris

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    Same set that was shared from earlier in the tour. They were fucking great. Forever Decay and Survivor were big surprises for me, but Bummed about the lack of 8:18 stuff. I would have traded out Sassafras and Reptar for a 8:18/TB song.