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The Madness of Many Tour: Animals As Leaders, Intervals, Plini Tour

Discussion in 'Tour Forum' started by redwing91007, Aug 24, 2016.

  1. redwing91007

    Next Show - Foals April 22nd

  2. bstadtfeld

    but does it djent?

    Gonna try and hit up the Michigan date. I've always wanted to catch Animals As Leaders.
  3. redwing91007

    Next Show - Foals April 22nd

    I've seen AAL twice now and been underwhelmed both times. They are absolutely top notch musicians but while watching their set all I could was "They are really good, I get it" while nodding off to sleep. To each their own but I've had a really though time sitting through an entire instrumental set in the past few years, especially a headliner.
  4. bstadtfeld

    but does it djent?

    Well considering that Animals As Leaders and Plini are all instrumental and Intervals is except for one album I can understand that. The reason I personally enjoy them is being a musician myself it makes it more enjoyable to watch especially when youre used to watching orchestras, instrumental metal is a breath of fresh air.

    Also since you've seen them twice, can you answer this question for me that I've always wondered but I can't find any videos to confirm or deny this; Do people mosh during AAL? I can only maybe see it to Tooth and Claw but even then I'm not sure.
  5. redwing91007

    Next Show - Foals April 22nd

    I used to enjoy live instrumental shows quite a bit but since I've been playing less guitar/bass that seems to have faded.

    The first time I saw them it was during their tour with BTBAM and there was maybe a few small pits throughout the set that came and went. The second time was a few weeks back at a festival and I didn't see a single person moving, could be that it was raining for part of their set.
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  6. Taran Cornejo


    Can't wait for NOLA next week: