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    I have been to a fair number of concerts and festivals since my first one back in 1992, 'cos I love to see bands live, enjoy the atmosphere and meet new people ...

    I keep going to more concerts all the time, so this list is always being updated ... if you want to check out which gigs I know that I'm going to in the near future, visit my Upcoming Concerts page ...

    Here's a list of all the concerts that I've been to, and the bands that I have seen:


    Previous Concerts
    datetourbandsreview
    2005-07-23
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    The Old Angel,
    Nottingham
    Didn't Watch
    Without Eyes
    Didn't Watch
    Sacremento
    Didn't Watch
    Made in the 80s
    \m/\m/\m/
    A Dog Called Limbo Tonys band. Good too watch. The singer had a fair bit of energy, which was only marred by the size fo the stage.
    2005-06-09 Sweden Rock Festival 2005
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    Solvesborg,
    Sweden
    2005-05-13 Bloodstock on the Road
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    Junktion 7,
    Nottingham
    I only stayed for 2.5 bands, bumbling along for The Prophecy, and happy I saw Evil Scarecrow. A great night out.
    Didn't Watch
    Area 54
    \m/
    Four Way Kill
    \m/\m/\m/
    The Prophecy This was the band I went along to see, hearing they were doom-metal along similar lines to Paradise Lost, and also along from Halifax. Aparantly down a couple of members, they were pretty cool.
    \m/\m/\m/\m/
    Evil Scarecrow First band of the night, came on dressed up. They were amusing enough to catch my attention, and was really getting into them. Then they ended on a death metal version of The Final Countdown. Awesome!!! La la laaa laa, la la laa la laaa!!
    2005-05-06 Metal Riot
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    Junktion 7,
    Nottingham
    Seasons End
    The Divide Issue
    Blinded
    2005-04-16
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    Rock City,
    Nottingham
    Didn't Watch
    Wednesday 13
    \m/\m/\m/
    The 69 Eyes
    2005-02-07
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    Nottingham Arena,
    Nottingham
    Rammstein
    \m/\m/
    Apocalyptica
    2005-02-05 Blackmail the Universe
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    Rock City,
    Nottingham
    \m/
    Megadeth
    2004-12-16
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    Wulfrun,
    Wolverhampton
    Paradise Lost
    \m/
    Cathedral
    2004-12-12
    @
    Rock City,
    Nottingham
    Fear Factory
    2004-12-04
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    Corporation,
    Sheffield
    Sebastian Bach
    2004-11-19
    @
    Assembly Rooms,
    Derby
    Kevin Bloody Wilson
    2004-10-17 Carnival of Souls 2004
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    Destiny & Elite,
    Derby
    2004-06-12
    Sweden Rock Festival 2004 :: Day 3
    Sweden Rock Festival 2004 :: Day 3
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    Solvesborg,
    Sweden
    So the 3rd and final day of the Sweden Rock Festival. Its been pretty cool so far. The Swedes handling of festivals pisses all over the poor excuses for festival organisation in England. The campsite was nice and secure, there were plenty of water places and toilets, millions of different food outlets to choose from, showers and no throughfares that were constantly impossible to walk through. Well done Sweden!!! Now my day starts off with the amazing Danger Danger whom I have waited for so long to see.
    Didn't Watch
    Europe
    Festival Stage
    So, Europe are the last band on the bill - the end of the 2004 Sweden Rock Festival ... but they are on for 2 1/2 hours, and I only know one song (and probably aware of another couple if I listen to the whole set). So, with that in mind, I head back to the tent straight after the In Flames set as Europe dont really appeal that much. at about 1:55am we are both woken up in the tent by the great booming of The Final Countdown! That is one loud end to the festival. Its thumping out as clear as a mint CD. Well at least I didnt miss hearing it live.
    Didn't Watch
    U.D.O.
    Rock Stage
    \m/\m/\m/\m/
    In Flames
    Sweden Stage
    Due to the on and off miserableness of the weather, I almost didnt go up for In Flames, but forced myself out of the tent, convincing myself it would be worth it. Glad I did, it was. Had decided to get to the front of the crowd, so a fair bit of crushing, sweat and proper gig atmosphere of being packed in tighter than a sardine in a tin. It seems In Flames have redeemed themselves after their last gig \m/
    Didn't Watch
    Nifelheim
    Spendrups Stage
    Nightwish
    Festival Stage
    This wasnt really my thing at all. Her voice was a tad too waily.
    Didn't Watch
    Dr Feelgood
    Rock Tent
    Didn't Watch
    Hirax
    Spendrups Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Foghat
    Rock Stage
    Children of Bodom
    Sweden Stage
    Sat down for a couple of songs by Children of Bodom, but ... well, we only stayed for a couple of songs ... think that says enough.
    Didn't Watch
    Narnia
    Spendrups Stage
    Heart
    Festival Stage
    Yet another band where I would only know a song or two. They were playing while we were wandering round the field.
    Nicky Moore sings Samson
    Rock Tent
    I popped my head in the tent while he was playing. He was dressed up like some fat guru or something. Im not familiar with any Samson songs at all though so wasnt there long.
    Lost Horizon
    Spendrups Stage
    We happened to be by the Spendrups Stage when Lost Horizon started, so saw the first couple of tracks by them.
    Didn't Watch
    April Wine
    Rock Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Magic Slim & The Teardrops
    Sweden Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Pathos
    Spendrups Stage
    Axel Rudi Pell
    Festival Stage
    Although we werent watching the show and were pretty much wandering around the festival field and the campsite, the guitars for his set were ringing quite merrily away and were extremely impressive.
    Didn't Watch
    Spridda SkurarS
    Rock Tent
    Didn't Watch
    Sun Caged
    Spendrups Stage
    Danger Danger
    Rock Stage
    Steve West sits down on the drums, Bruno Ravel strust out with his bass ... and then ... Ted Poley runs on stage! The original singer, back with the band! Something I really wasnt expecting! This was an awesome show, kicking out some of the old classics such as Naughty Naughty, Monkey Business, I Still Think About You and Rock America, along with some of the things from Cockroach and the later albums. Ted finally throws himself into the crowd for a bit of surfing just before the end of the set and I also manage to grab a nice purple plectrum from the Swedish guitarist.
    Didn't Watch
    Kingdom Come
    Sweden Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Maryslim
    Spendrups Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Raceway
    Rock Tent
    2004-06-11
    Sweden Rock Festival 2004 :: Day 2
    Sweden Rock Festival 2004 :: Day 2
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    Solvesborg,
    Sweden
    Day 2 of the Sweden Rock Festival opens up and theres a fair number of classic rock bands lined up, although there are a fair few songs throughout the bands that I know, it would only be a couple from those bands that might not make them worth seeing the whole sets for. Saying that ... Slade are playing today ;)
    Scorpions
    Festival Stage
    UFO
    Rock Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Exodus
    Sweden Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Brainstorm
    Spendrups Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Monster Magnet
    Festival Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Eddie Meduza Tribute
    Rock Tent
    Didn't Watch
    Lake of Tears
    Spendrups Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Testament
    Rock Stage
    \m/\m/\m/
    Slade
    Sweden Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Ritual
    Spendrups Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Hawkwind
    Festival Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Wasa Express
    Rock Tent
    Didn't Watch
    Carnal Forge
    Spendrups Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Pat Travers Band
    Rock Stage
    Opeth
    Sweden Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Grand Magus
    Spendrups Stage
    Y&T
    Festival Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Something Fun !!!!
    Rock Tent
    Didn't Watch
    Beseech
    Spendrups Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Pink Cream 69
    Rock Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Coney Hatch
    Sweden Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Persuader
    Spendrups Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Raceway
    Rock Tent
    2004-06-10
    Sweden Rock Festival 2004 :: Day 1
    Sweden Rock Festival 2004 :: Day 1
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    Solvesborg,
    Sweden
    The journey over was quite lengthy, but you would expect that when coming over from England. Met up with a few people which added some nice familiarity to being able to chat with a few other Brits. There was pretty much a constant shuttle bus for about £3 to and from the festival, so you werent just stuck in the middle of nowhere. Got the wristbands when we got there. In comparison to the following days, Im glad we were here early as the queue for the wristbands were quite lengthy. Camped in one of the extra cost camping sections because it was recommended by Mark,and it was also the closest site to the festival field. The idea of having a camping area where only those with wristbands for it was quite comforting. A couple of bands are on the line up today that we have gone for, being Helloween and D:A:D.
    Judas Priest
    Festival Stage
    Helloween
    Rock Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Montrose
    Sweden Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Spearfish
    Rock Tent
    Didn't Watch
    Memory Garden
    Spendrups Stage
    D:A:D
    Rock Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Entombed
    Sweden Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Trading Fate
    Rock Tent
    Didn't Watch
    Paragon
    Spendrups Stage
    Didn't Watch
    T.N.T.
    Rock Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Abramis Brama
    Sweden Stage
    Didn't Watch
    The Haunted
    Sweden Stage
    I ended up missing The Haunted, although I was intending to check them out.
    Didn't Watch
    Debase
    Spendrups Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Crazy Led Of Mika Järvinen
    Sweden Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Astral Doors
    Spendrups Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Lumsk
    Spendrups Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Raceway
    Rock Tent
    2004-05-08
    Neon God Tour
    Neon God Tour
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    Rock City,
    Nottingham
    W.A.S.P. It seems Blackie Lawless is starting to look a lot like an aging woman in a wig. OK, he can still sing ...
    Dragonforce Its all just plastic swords to me.
    2004-02-23

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    Corporation,
    Sheffield
    This is the first gig in the new Corporation that I have been to. Its a bit cold and concrete. Not the best gig atmosphere.
    L A Guns
    Pretty Boy Floyd
    2003-11-16
    Skid Row World Tour 2003
    Skid Row World Tour 2003
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    Rock City,
    Nottingham
    Skid Row
    2003-10-21
    X Tour
    X Tour
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    Royal Concert Hall,
    Nottingham
    I managed to grab tickets for this as soon as they came out, so we were right on the front seats for this concert!
    Def Leppard Well they are getting on a fair bit now. The band can play, but boy is Joe Elliot getting fat. He kept winking and leering at the women like he was God. I wonder what the women were actually thinking. Well it wasn excellent gig anyway, being at the front adds a lot to that too. Got myself a nice shiney silver metal plectrum from Phil Collin.
    MusT Myke Gray (ex-Skin) was unexpetedly playing on bass. Made me take more notice of the band. The singer (Dave Ireland) looked like he was out of Clockwork Orange. They packed a real good punch. Go see.
    Ricky Warwick Not a bad little set.
    2003-10-19 Carnival of Souls 2003 Episode 2
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    Destiny & Elite,
    Derby
    Back to the Shadows
    Skeletal Family
    Midnight Configuration
    Arkam Asylum
    The Beautiful Deadly Children
    2003-08-30
    Bloodstock 2003 :: Day 2
    Bloodstock 2003 :: Day 2
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    Assembly Rooms,
    Derby
    So it was a last minute decision to go to this one, and purely for 2 bands - Paradise Lost and Dragonforce.
    Didn't Watch
    Nightwish
    Main Stage
    We didnt hang around to watch Nightwish after Paradise Lost finished.
    Paradise Lost
    Main Stage
    Now this was the band I came here to see. After missing their Symbol of Life Tour earlier this year, I was determined to see them perform their new tunes. Nick Holmes comes on stage looking as immensely unhappy as normal, bloody northerners, and they burst into Isolate, which is delivered very powerfully. It was a pleasure to hear As I Die being played, Nick Holmes looking confused when he looked at the set list - it makes me wonder if he knew they would be playing it, so it may have been by request of the Bloodstock crew. A bloody great set, well worth paying all that money for just seeing these m/
    Didn't Watch
    Edguy
    Main Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Masterplan
    Main Stage
    Didn't Watch
    Saracen
    Main Stage
    Dragonforce
    Main Stage
    This was one hell of an amusing set. My first experience of Dragonforce, of which there was an immense amount of plastics swords, shields and axes being waved in the air by fans in the crowd.
    Didn't Watch
    Mercury Rain
    Main Stage
    2003-06-29
    Fornica Tour
    Fornica Tour
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    Rock City,
    Nottingham
    Overall, pretty damn spectacular!
    \m/\m/\m/\m/\m/
    Ministry After the previous gigs I have been to this year, it was a relief to find that the sparkle was still that and that Iit was not a case of me just seeing way too many bands. Ministry were bloody awesome!
    2003-06-21
    Scorpio Rising Tour
    Scorpio Rising Tour
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    Rock City Basement,
    Nottingham
    Matt Corne happened to be at this one.
    Prong Was right on the bar at the front.
    2003-06-20
    Life Is Killing Me Tour
    Life Is Killing Me Tour
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    London Astoria,
    London
    This one involved a drive down to London straight after work, catching the tubes from the outskirts of London and then walking across another part of it to get to the venue. By the time we had got there, the support band had already played and it was a couple of songs into the TON set. I hate London, I hate gigs in London, I fail to see me doing the same again.
    Type O Negative It wasnt a particularly good set, as well as being far too overcrowded. Aparently they played about twice as long at the Manchester gig.
    2003-05-31
    Download 2003 (Day 1)
    Download 2003 (Day 1)
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    Donington Park,
    Castle Donington
    It seems English rock festivals seem to be slipping right out from under us. I hardly have anything positive to say about the whole thing. A pure shambles. Overall it was ok due to bumping into and meeting up with friends. As far as the whole live bands side of it goes, and general organisation of even simple things like throughfares go ... out the window.
    Iron Maiden
    Main Stage
    Marilyn Manson
    Main Stage
    Deftones
    Main Stage
    Ministry
    Main Stage
    InMe
    Main Stage
    Murderdolls
    Main Stage
    Amen
    Main Stage
    Funeral For A Friend
    Main Stage
    Stampin' Ground
    Main Stage
    Shadows Fall
    Main Stage
    Murder One
    Main Stage
    Reel Big Fish
    Main Stage
    The following bands performed on the Scuzz Stage
    Taproot
    Main Stage
    Sepultura
    Main Stage
    Reef
    Main Stage
    HIM
    Main Stage
    Hellacopters
    Main Stage
    SikTh
    Main Stage
    3 Colours Red
    Main Stage
    From Autumn To Ashes
    Main Stage
    Queen Adreena
    Main Stage
    Violent Delight
    Main Stage
    Arch Enemy
    Main Stage
    Chimaira
    Main Stage
    2003-04-23
    DILLIGAF Tour
    DILLIGAF Tour
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    Assembly Rooms,
    Derby
    Due to the lateness of knowing about this gig, we had seats pretty far back, though the view was good. I suppose Kevin Bloody Wilson is ironically enough, one of the artists that I have been familiar with for a very long time, first hearing the Santa Claus you Cunt back when I was about 11 from a copy of a copy of a copy of a copy ... Bad quality, but no one knew where to get the originals from. So the time has finally arrived ...
    Kevin Bloody Wilson Its not rock, not metal, not anything within any of those genres, but it will still sit proudly in my gig list. Kevin Bloody Wilson delivers a fantastic mix of stand up comedy with his dirty collection of songs that I have come to love and sing along to. Next time he tours, I want to be right down the front so I can insult the Aussie bastard!
    Jenny Talia Jenny is Kevins daughter, and ... like father like daughter. Her songs all fall along the same perversity as her dads, if not worse ...
    2003-03-23
    Carnival of Souls 2003 Episode 1
    Carnival of Souls 2003 Episode 1
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    Destiny & Elite,
    Derby
    2003-03-19
    Keep it in the Family Tour
    Keep it in the Family Tour
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    Wulfrun,
    Wolverhampton
    So a collection of Devin Townsend related bands. A nice weird collection of freaks.
    Strapping Young Lad Well they played the one song I knew. I guess overall they are really talented and very heavy.
    Devin Townsend The brainchild himself. Fairly freaky and geeky looking, balding and bizarre. Dont let that fool you ... I am sure that he is quite quite mad.
    Zimmers Hole A thouuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuusand miiiiiiiiiles of cock. Me and Ray found the whole set bloody amusing. What a band. A must see.
    2003-02-19 X Tour
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    Civic Hall,
    Wolverhampton
    My little brother, Jamie, returns to see Def Leppard 6.5 years after his first ever gig. Now 7, he might remember this one, although he seems to remember the last one.
    Def Leppard Its been 6 and a half years since I last saw them. My music taste has been through a lot since then, but I still dont mind the odd Def Leppard tune now and again ;)
    The Darkness I wasnt familiar with any of their songs, or who they were beforehand, but I really really couldnt stand the damn squealing that this guy does. Get them off damn you!
    2002-11-30

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    The Rig,
    Nottingham
    Prong
    2002-11-23
    Monsters of Rock 2002
    Monsters of Rock 2002
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    NEC,
    Birmingham
    So the second bout of going to the same tour with the same line up, but at a different venue.
    Alice Cooper This time I knew the balloons contained Alice Coopers Billion Dollar notes, so I have got me one of them now :D
    Thunder
    Quireboys
    Dogs D'Amour
    2002-11-16 Monsters of Rock 2002
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    Wembley Arena,
    London
    I think pretty much everybody went to this gig. Lonnie, Nils, Penny, Carl, Deb, Robin, Kate.
    Alice Cooper Such a shame that this was still the same stage show as the last two Alice Cooper gigs I have been to. Still ... his daughter was still dressing up as the nurse and in the catsuit .. ;)
    Thunder Oh they keep on reforming. You think they might be too old to keep coming back, but nooooo.
    Quireboys I knew some of their songs!!! I just ... dont remember what they were now.
    Dogs D'Amour
    2002-10-20
    Carnival of Souls 2002 Episode 2
    Carnival of Souls 2002 Episode 2
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    Destiny & Elite,
    Derby
    The Witching Hour
    2002-10-16

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    Wulfrun,
    Wolverhampton
    SOiL The 3rd time of seeing SOiL live now. Still packing it really well, and doing a great cover of Black Betty along the way.
    2002-10-13
    Reroute to Remains Tour
    Reroute to Remains Tour
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    London Astoria,
    London
    Travelled down to Milton Keynes where Nils drove from there to London. Bumped into Alex, one of the Snakenet Members while there.
    In Flames Im not sure what went wrong with the band. When did they start deciding to dress, sound and immitate Korn? What was with the whole white t-shirts & trousers?
    Soilwork
    Pain
    2002-10-01

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    Rock City,
    Nottingham
    Pitchshifter
    Taproot
    Kennedy Soundtrack
    2002-08-22

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    The Underworld,
    London
    Nick drove us down, meeting up with Nils when we got there.
    Prong A band I never thought I would get to see live. Tommy Victor decided to put a band together and kick out the old tunes. This was an awesome gig. There were no bouncers or barriers. The only thing separating you and the band was the step up to the stage and the monitor speakers. Right at the front screaming out the lyrics getting dripped on by the band, this was an absolutely unique experience and pure thrashing at its finest.
    UNKNOWN Unsure on the band name right now, but I liked them so much that I bought their CD.
    2002-08-03
    H2002
    H2002
    @
    South Beach,
    Scarborough
    After a shite week of rain, the gods blessed us with sun for the beach.
    Toby Jepson Right on the front bar, yelling away to the tunes. What a day, Scotts burned up from Huntingdon on a 2 and a bit hour drive just to see this and piss off back home again, thats dedication to a truely great band ;) ... but once again ... dude, where _is_ Boneyard?
    2002-07-27

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    Rock City Basement,
    Nottingham
    Toby Jepson Once again Toby puts on an awesome gig, the guitarist still looks fucked out of his head and Way That I Live still seems funny when a short haired dude is singing about never cutting his hair ... and dude, where _is_ Boneyard?
    Ricky Warwick ex-Almighty singer doing his own accoustic set.
    2002-07-09

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    Civic Hall,
    Wolverhampton
    This one was for me and Kate. We headed down to see them, picking up Ade on the way, bumping into a few others at the gig.
    Soulfly Slamming in the moshpit! Bang bang BANG!!! Hell yeah to Refuse/Resist, Roots and a couple of other Sepultura classix!!!! And more than a warm welcome to Back to the Primitive and Eye for an Eye.
    Skindred
    2002-06-30
    Metal Nation :: The Gathering :: Day 3
    Metal Nation :: The Gathering :: Day 3
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    Lincoln Theatre,
    Raleigh, North Carolina, US
    The 3rd and final day of SnakeNet Metal Radios Metal Nation.
    Havochate
    Soul Preacher Both THEMike and myself enjoyed this band, being the closest thing to our tastes of music at the time. Much doom metal, a kind of US Paradise Lost.
    Iskariot
    Command Presence
    137 137s 2nd set for the weekend, and happily welcomed back by the crowd.
    Sic Seed
    Silence Erebus
    Desecrator
    Prelude to Damnation
    Mimic
    Dreaming of Dragons
    Edens Fall
    2002-06-29
    Metal Nation :: The Gathering :: Day 2
    Metal Nation :: The Gathering :: Day 2
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    Lincoln Theatre,
    Raleigh, North Carolina, US
    The 2nd day of SnakeNet Metal Radios Metal Nation.
    Kataklysm
    Beyond The Embrace
    Garden of Shadows This band sticks in my mind as the singer was really short with blonde hair that was almost the same length as they were tall, and had such a deep, booming growl. Due to the hair it was difficult to catch glimpses of their face and it took a while to realise the singer was actually female. You wouldnt believe it from the voice.
    Bloodwritten
    Widow
    Deceased
    October 31
    Hatred
    Deteriorot
    Tearabyte
    Vesperian Sorrow
    K-Octave
    Psychotogen
    Liquid Violence
    Premonition
    Obey Bizzare
    2002-06-28
    Metal Nation :: The Gathering :: Day 1
    Metal Nation :: The Gathering :: Day 1
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    Lincoln Theatre,
    Raleigh, North Carolina, US
    Summon
    Lamb Of God
    Promisqes
    Diabolic Intent
    Flymachine
    Division
    Mimic
    Slugnut
    Bone Shelter
    137
    2002-06-04

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    Rock City,
    Nottingham
    SOiL
    2002-05-25
    Ozzfest 2002
    Ozzfest 2002
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    Donington Park,
    Castle Donington
    It rained, the organisers fucked it all up .. it was shit .. nuff said.
    Ozzy Osbourne
    Main Stage
    Tool
    Main Stage
    System of a Down
    Main Stage
    Slayer
    Main Stage
    Lost Prophets
    Main Stage
    Cradle of Filth
    Main Stage
    Well done guys. You lot come on, so the sky opens up and it completely pisses it down.
    Millencolin
    Main Stage
    Drowning Pool
    Main Stage
    Let the bodies hit the floor, Let the bodies hit the floor, Let the bodies hit the ... *ting ting* FLOOOOOOORRRRRRRRRRRRRR!
    Mad Capsule Markets
    Main Stage
    Black Label Society
    Main Stage
    What a complete cock up. They had decided to have it so you needed wristbands to get to the front of the stage ... otherwise you were stuck behind a second barrier that was bloody miles from the stage. Well thanks, what a waste of money.
    Antiproduct
    Main Stage
    Hundred Reasons
    Kerrang! Stage
    All bands from now were held on the Kerrang! Stage.
    Ill Nino
    Kerrang! Stage
    Kittie
    Kerrang! Stage
    American Head Charge
    Kerrang! Stage
    Cyclefly
    Kerrang! Stage
    Hell is for Heroes
    Kerrang! Stage
    OTEP
    Kerrang! Stage
    Mushroomhead
    Kerrang! Stage
    Nonpoint
    Kerrang! Stage
    Danko Jones
    Kerrang! Stage
    Skindred
    Kerrang! Stage
    Flaw
    Kerrang! Stage
    Pulse Ultra
    Kerrang! Stage
    2002-05-18

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    Manchester Apollo,
    Manchester
    Headed over straight after work with Ray. Took an age to get here, so unsure of future Manchester gigs.
    Rammstein Man it was hot. Pyrotechnics all over the shop. Wheres my face? Hello? Help, its melted. Stageshows, thats what concerts should be about ... this ruled.
    American Head Charge
    2002-04-04
    Head 2 Head Tour
    Head 2 Head Tour
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    Rock City,
    Nottingham
    Adema They were shit, so we left after the first couple of songs.
    SOiL SOiL Ruled! Weeeeee, proper metal from a new band m/
    Skindred
    2002-03-30

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    Rock City Basement,
    Nottingham
    Scott came up to come and see this gig, as it had been years since the Little Angel days, where it all started back in 1993.
    Toby Jepson Great to see the singer of the first ever band I saw doing his own stuff and knocking out the classic tunes of Little Angels at the same time! ... but dude, where was Boneyard?
    Contagious
    2002-03-24
    Carnival of Souls 2002 Episode 1
    Carnival of Souls 2002 Episode 1
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    Destiny & Elite,
    Derby
    Star Industry
    Saints of Eden
    Void Construct
    Serotonin Pretty cool industrial band.
    2002-03-13

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    Wulfrun,
    Wolverhampton
    Nickelback There were quite a few really really tiny kids in the audience for this one. Really disturbing.
    Vega 4
    2002-01-30

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    Nottingham Arena,
    Nottingham
    Set in the Ice Arena. Got the tickets pretty much at the last minute so we ended up in seats.
    Staind Didnt know any of their songs, or even who they were before going to this. The guitarist looked amusing cos he kept doing some weird monkey moves while playing the guitar. Mudshovel was a song that seems to have stuck with me due to the gig though.
    Puddle of Mudd This was the reason I came to this gig, it was way before any of their songs were far far overplayed and killed to death.
    2001-10-21
    Carnival of Souls 2001
    Carnival of Souls 2001
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    Destiny & Elite,
    Derby
    Killing Miranda
    Sulphur
    Midnight Configuration
    Squid
    Katscan
    2001-07-11
    The World Needs A Hero Tour
    The World Needs A Hero Tour
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    Rock City,
    Nottingham
    Not as good as the Wolverhampton show, but Rock City is a pretty naff venues in camparison to ... um ... anywhere else.
    Megadeth Aside from the fact that you couldnt really hear Daves voice if you were right at the front (which I was), it still rocked. Rock City really needs to get its arse in gear about sorting out the accoustics in that place.
    Defenstration She is still short and dumpy, but didnt sound as good as last time.
    2001-07-08
    The World Needs A Hero Tour
    The World Needs A Hero Tour
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    Wulfrun,
    Wolverhampton
    Megadeth Megadeth rock rock rock! Great place, great atmosphere ... ok, they didnt play Prince of Darkness (apart from the start of it) ... but ... but ... they were cool!!!
    Defenstration Short and dumpy singer (female), but bareable to watch.
    2001-05-28
    Bloodstock 2001
    Bloodstock 2001
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    Assembly Rooms,
    Derby
    The first ever Bloodstock - the UK Metalfest. Went to the Sitwell Tavern with Nils for the first few hours, was only going in for one pint, but with free pool n jukebox, £1 a pint and a BBQ it made leaving difficult.
    Saxon heh heh heh - theyre old n crusty
    Orange Goblin not too bad - he is a very big lad
    Glenn Hughes Some bloke from Deep Purple?
    Return to the Sabbat Skyclad linked bandy thing ...
    Blaze Still pretty good, but was just like the Helloween set he did.
    Freebase
    Skyclad ok, but a bit drab
    Consumed
    Primal Fear Big bastard german thing. Pretty good, catchy - kinda like Judas Priest crossed with ... um ... some other band.
    Underule
    Dirty Deeds
    Evoke
    Area 54
    Occupational Hazard
    Shadow Keep
    Bloodstream
    2001-05-26
    Ozzfest 2001
    Ozzfest 2001
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    Milton Keynes Bowl,
    Milton Keynes
    And Ozzy brings a line up of dodgy nu-metal and the forever farewell touring of Black Sabbath - but the only thing worth bringing is Zakk Wylde. Was a cool day, what with going Kangaroo Boxing, getting in the backstage bar and getting a postcard signed by Zakk Wylde.
    Black Sabbath It is getting to the point where a farewell tour should be a farewell tour these days. I thought they were gone - all the songs arent as good as the covers that have been done over the years - its like a broken record.
    Disturbed Oooh wah ah ah ah!
    Slipknot heh heh heh - poncy jumped up orange tango men looking like fools.
    Amen hallelujah!
    Tool
    Mudvayne image .. tch ... some people never learn. Looks like the grease paint factory exploded.
    Papa Roach children children everywhere and not a drop to drink.
    Black Label Society Yay - the band I came here for. Zakk rocks m/
    Soulfly heh, souffle bumbas and rooted.
    Pure Rubbish wasnt it just - like backyard babies
    (hed) Planet Earth
    Apartment 26 better not live.
    Raging Speedhorn
    Union Underground
    2001-05-20
    Descent Into Dragontown Tour
    Descent Into Dragontown Tour
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    NEC,
    Birmingham
    Another seated event for Alice Cooper. Centre isle and 3rd row from the front makes a lot of difference.
    Alice Cooper Alice still rocks ... was the same stage show and tracks as the last gig pretty much.
    Dio Um, old codger - wasnt that bad, and I got a Dio drumstick.
    Orange Goblin Not bad.
    2001-04-26
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    Victoria Inn,
    Derby
    Rock Bitch 6 chicks pretty much naked (most were topless, some were nekkid) ... a good laugh.
    2001-04-14

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    Rock City,
    Nottingham
    Went along with Anthony, on of his friends and a couple of people he had been chatting to on the internet for a while.
    Cradle of Filth wasnt as bad as it could have been ... short squawky boy
    UNKNOWN meep?
    2001-04-04
    Believe In Nothing Tour
    Believe In Nothing Tour
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    Rock City Basement,
    Nottingham
    Paradise Lost Whoah, after being reduced to The Rig on their last trip to Nottingham they were reduced to Disco 2 - the smallest fuckin room in the world ... talk about insult, then again, it was a Wednesday. Nice to see Rock City fucked up again with the sound - but Nick Holmes bought some sarcastic humour to the show, he is Death Metal after all m/
    UNKNOWN ... and thanks for that
    2001-04-01
    A Metal Odyssey
    A Metal Odyssey
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    LA2,
    London
    Met up with a fair few people for this gig. Seems pretty much to be the metal show of the year. Mike, Adrian & Annemarie came down for this, met up with Matt Corne who was working with Powerplay Magazine, Anthony and Paul and some others were about.
    Dimmu Borgir
    In Flames ... rarrrrrr, everything is possible .... rarrr ... In Flames rocked, fast and hard as nails, they played a great set ... and I knew most of it ... a winner anyday!!!
    Lacuna Coil Dribble ... Paradise Lost crossed with a female front *slurp* ... they rocked! Honeymoon Suite is definately a memorable song to see live! Gonna have to find more albums now.
    Nevermore Nevermind.
    Susperia Not the goth band (thank god) ... with Dimmus ex-drummer, this was really cool ... nice n heavy, a great start to the evening!
    2001-03-31

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    The Underworld,
    London
    Part of a weekend in London while staying at Pauls due to the run up to seeing In Flames tomorrow. A few of us went to this gig on a spur of the moment thing, most of which was spent sitting with Anthony and perving at whatever walked past.
    Inkubus Sukkubus Mmm, female singer - were really good.
    Attrition The Britney Spears Black Metal cover was ace. Not 100% sure if this is the band that played, although the ticket stub seems to think so.
    D.U.S.T. A cool set of metal tunes.
    2001-03-19
    The Dark Ride Tour
    The Dark Ride Tour
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    Rock City,
    Nottingham
    Helloween Heh, they didnt do the cover of Hocus Pocus Focus, only knew a couple fo songs - but definately a band worth seeing. A sense of humour for Germans? How odd ... Got me a plectrum though.
    Blaze Insistant - got me a plectrum!
    2001-03-18
    Evolution of Revolution Tour
    Evolution of Revolution Tour
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    Roadmenders,
    Northampton
    Took a burn down the M1 with Nils to go see Fear Factory for the first time since I have liked them.
    Fear Factory Fear Factory really pulled it off, every time I have seen them before i was never really into that style of music. Ironic really.
    Kill II This Hmm, not a band that holds any place in my metal heart.
    Skindred Never heard of them before, but I think Benny from Dub War was fronting the band, nice high energy bounce in the ragga cross metal firing piston style.
    2001-03-07
    Sheff Fest 2001
    Sheff Fest 2001
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    Corporation,
    Sheffield
    A small group of bands spread out over several Sheffield pubs and ending up at the Corp, organised by Sheffield RockSoc. Went up with the Nottingham RockSoc on a coach to go get pissed and finish with the normal Rock Night in Corp.
    Lost Prophets hmmmmmmmm
    Earthtone 9
    Goldblade
    Mine
    Liquid Angel
    This Girl
    Fixate
    Half a Dog
    2000-11-30
    Stiff Upper Lip Tour
    Stiff Upper Lip Tour
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    Sheffield Arena,
    Sheffield
    AC/DC Was not impressed. There was a distinct lack of ... energy. Maybe it is because Angus Young just ... well ... is not young anymore and looks like a fool prancing about on stage like a dithering idiot.
    Backyard Babies Better than AC/DC
    2000-10-22
    Carnival of Souls 2000
    Carnival of Souls 2000
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    Destiny & Elite,
    Derby
    My first Carnival of Souls. The Nottingham RockSoc did the coach down to this event, which was a slight eye opener for those who have not seen what kind of things go on in the world around us.
    2000-07-13
    Brutal Planet World Tour
    Brutal Planet World Tour
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    Sheffield City Hall,
    Sheffield
    A fully seated event, although for the type of stage shows on display, probably for the best.
    Alice Cooper Alice Rocked and Rocked and Rocked and Rocked - this was an excellent stage show, and all was cool and Alice was there and I was there and the bitch in front of me smelled like she had pissed herself, but Alice was there and I was ill, but Alice was there and so was I (BTW, it was cool).
    Lukan They were a cool support band, kinda like a mix of Thunder and Creed.
    2000-06-16
    Metal 2000
    Metal 2000
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    Earls Court,
    London
    A day out in London with Deb, Nils, Ray, Robin and some others, just to go and see Slayer again ...
    Iron Maiden
    Slayer Infamous, blow job, Angel of Deaaaaath!
    Entombed Why, oh why do they keep following me!?
    2000-06-15

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    Rock City,
    Nottingham
    Slayer A nice pre-Metal 2000 warm up for tomorrows show in London.
    Entombed Not ... again ... arrrrrrrgh
    2000-06-04

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    Manchester Evening News Arena,
    Manchester
    Pearl Jam This was cool, but the where was ALIVE!!? Still cool though.
    The Vandals Punk band, very bouncy and the guitarist has a tendancy of stripping off and running around naked.
    2000-05-06
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    The Rig,
    Nottingham
    Vaughn I only knew 2 songs ... :( Although it was technically 3/4 of the original band, it would be nice to see all of Tyketto together.
    Kick
    2000-04-05
    Metropolis 2000
    Metropolis 2000
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    Rock City,
    Nottingham
    Went along with Nils, Debs and some others to this gig.
    Dream Theatre They were extremely talented at playing music, but, truth be told, I was bored to tears.
    UNKNOWN
    1999-11-29
    Fragility Tour
    Fragility Tour
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    Brixton Academy,
    London
    Went down on the Nottingham RockSoc coach for this gig. Clashed with Type O Negative playing elsewhere on the night, but I had not seen NIN live before.
    Nine Inch Nails
    Atari Teenage Riot
    1999-09-08

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    Rock City,
    Nottingham
    Megadeth I have been waiting to see these for ages (since I couldnt afford to see them last time they played). Well, right at the front, sweating like a pig, it was great. OK, the new songs werent that hot, but they played Symphony for Destruction, and when it comes down to it, thats all that matters (well, apart from the Dave Mustaine plectrum I got *grin*)
    Amen
    1999-07-10
    The Big Day Out
    The Big Day Out
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    Milton Keynes Bowl,
    Milton Keynes
    Great day, not the best all round concert, but hey, a gig is a gig.
    Metallica
    Main Stage
    Marilyn Manson
    Main Stage
    Ben Harper
    Main Stage
    Ministry
    Main Stage
    One of the main reasons for going to this gig. Or was it a case of one of the only bands worth seeing? I forget. I was, however, right down the front enjoying myself no end.
    Sepultura
    Main Stage
    Creed
    Main Stage
    Terrorvision
    Kerrang! Stage
    All bands and below played the Kerrange Stage
    Monster Magnet
    Kerrang! Stage
    Pitchshifter
    Kerrang! Stage
    Symposium
    Kerrang! Stage
    Queens of the Stone Age
    Kerrang! Stage
    Mercyful Fate
    Kerrang! Stage
    1999-06-10

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    The Rig,
    Nottingham
    Paradise Lost The new songs arent bad ... they didnt seem to be enjoying themselves at all though, dont think they liked playing in such a small place.
    UNKNOWN Pretty cool, whatever they were called.
    1998-12-14

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    Civic Hall,
    Wolverhampton
    Rob Zombie Good
    Monster Magnet Hmmm
    Backyard Babies Hmmm
    1998-06-20
    Ozzfest 1998
    Ozzfest 1998
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    Milton Keynes Bowl,
    Milton Keynes
    Well, I managed to get a ticket at the last minute, was hard, but I had to go to the UKs first ever Ozzfest didnt I, even if I did have to mug those old grannies, I mean, had to borrow the money from someone ... Same again next year?
    Black Sabbath Apart from the overplayed Paranoid, it was great to see a bunch of old farts headlining the UKs first Ozzfest.
    Ozzy Osbourne The videos were bloody hilarious ... again, but Ozzy ... you killed Kenny, you B@$tard!!! *GRIN*. Ozzy was great, but he didnt play Perry Mason. At least he didnt repeat that he loved everyone so much this time.
    Foo Fighters Ozzy, what were they doing here ... get to Reading where you belong!
    Therapy? He he he, I was soooo glad to hear that Korn had been replaced by this lot, it was funny watching the little 14 year olds wandering around looking lost without Korn playing. They only had their chains to keep them company. Anyway, Therapy? played all the cheese that they had ... great performance
    Pantera Well, what a surprise, starting off with Walk ... great number though, but Phil doesnt quite look the same with hair, youre not scarey anymore mate.
    Soulfly Well, Souffle eh? Fair enough, sounded just like Sep to me. I have only one thing to say ... Raaaaah!!!
    Slayer Good band, one of the best there, couldnt understand most of what he said, but that only goes with most of the bands here.
    Fear Factory At least they played the song I know, you know, erm, thingy ...
    Coal Chamber Mi Loco, mi loco, I suppose they have to have bands that satisfy the youngsters, maybe Im getting old, or maybe its cos I have a music taste.
    1998-04-18

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    Rock City,
    Nottingham
    Skin *SNIFF* Bye bye Skin, farewell ... Skins last ever tour, then they are calling it quits (dont know why though). Excellent gig, bouncing around to all the tunes ... especially Mah nah, mah nah *GRIN*. Well, I got a Nev MacDonald plectrum, Deb got a drumstick. The band came out later, so we had a few words with them ... see ya lads.
    Gorilla Verdict: Kill them all *GRIN*
    1998-01-25

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    Wulfrun,
    Wolverhampton
    Paradise Lost Good concert, third time I have seen them ... Made good use of their new songs from their album, One Second
    Seigmen A pretty good band, apart from the music is more suited for relaxing at home to, not listening to at a concert.
    Niocaine Hmmm, nothing like sitting around on the floor waiting for the next band to come on is there?
    1997-11-13

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    Wulfrun,
    Wolverhampton
    Thunder Good show, I am amazed they are not all in wheelchairs yet though *GRIN*
    UNKNOWN
    1997-05-31
    The Nine Lives Tour
    The Nine Lives Tour
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    NEC,
    Birmingham
    Had standing tickets for this one.
    Aerosmith Well, after Shed Seven, anything could have been better ... Good call to Mr Tyler though, a good mix of the oldies were played.
    Shite
    Shed Seven All I have to say is Why? It made no sense getting an indie band that was so amazingly dire to support such a well set band!
    1997-05-30
    New Blood 2
    New Blood 2
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    The Wheatsheaf,
    Stoke-On-Trent
    A little gig of a few bands put together by Matt Corne (Once again), kinda my birthday bash too ... some good ones, some bad ones, was fun though
    Parricide
    Adrenalin Kick
    Mastermind
    Four Way Kill
    Diode
    1997-05-26

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    Wulfrun,
    Wolverhampton
    W.A.S.P.
    UNKNOWN
    1997-05-13

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    Rock City,
    Nottingham
    Faith No More Well, it starts off with Be Aggressive, and I end up bouncing up and down without even moving a muscle in my body ... then you get a couple of ppl push into you, push back, and, whoah, did I make ALL those ppl fall over? *GRIN* Whoops. Great gig, Hot, Loud, Energetic ... Thumbs up to Mike Patton.
    A Im sure the singer had a fit on stage or summit, why did he keep waving his arm about like a demented chicken
    1997-05-12

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    Civic Hall,
    Wolverhampton
    Matt Corne, Mark and Ed went to interview Stuck Mojo, while me and Mr Strange went to the pub and the women went shopping.
    Type O Negative Well, after the Rock City show last week, you couldnt really top it ... good concert though
    Entombed
    Stuck Mojo
    1997-05-09

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    Rock City,
    Nottingham
    Got into this one free due to doing an interview courtesy of Matt Corne, cheers mate.
    Skin Me and Debs had an ace interview with Myke and Nev ... found out that if Myke was a fruit, he would be a strawberry ... The gig was great, one of the best I have been to ... bounced around all night!!!
    Deadline
    1997-05-06

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    Rock City,
    Nottingham
    Type O Negative What more can I say? Isnt Black No. 1 one of the best songs to Mosh to? Went surfing and stuff, truely great!!!
    Entombed Well, went up for them ... not for me really.
    Stuck Mojo Great band, got the crowd jumping.
    1997-04-16

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    Civic Hall,
    Wolverhampton
    Offspring
    Lunachicks Weird, but cool ... sporks
    Toast Wont be seeing them again
    1997-02-21

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    Rock City,
    Nottingham
    Entombed Interviewed the band beforehand, A real lively and talkative lot .. not!!!
    1997-02-06
    New Blood
    New Blood
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    Dougals,
    Stafford
    A cool night. 5 unsigned bands played, set up by Matt Corne in conjuction with Noise Level Critical and our Goth.soc
    Parricide A great band ... the drummer, Mike is a spod on Pleasuredome, known as finally
    Slightly Miffed Erm, I think I was playing pool upstairs at the time, so I cant really remember.
    Assert
    Osmium
    Ex Machine
    1997-01-26

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    Civic Hall,
    Wolverhampton
    Korn I havent been to a gig with a better atmosphere than this had yet!!! Everyone loved it ... did a bit of surfing, just because there were nice little notice saying surfers will be ejected ... but the sods wouldnt let me wear my studded belt ... nothing like walking around with your jeans round your ankles *grin* - Oh, and Maz, a smaaaall Tango
    Urge
    Incubus
    1996-12-21

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    LA2,
    London
    Headed to London with Nils & Eve for this one
    Type O Negative Oh yes, my favourite band (well, one of them) ... I really looked forward to this night ... straight down to the front ... bouncing, sweating, screaming ... I cant wait for the next gig!!!
    Moonspell A great support band, never seen them before ... I reckon they will do well ... great!!!
    1996-12-20
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    Rock City Basement,
    Nottingham
    Stuck Mojo
    1996-11-20

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    The Rig,
    Nottingham
    Ugly Kid Joe It was pretty cool, but it was nothing compared to when I first saw them, although Whitfield Crane did pass his can of beer to me during the set!
    1996-11-15

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    NEC,
    Birmingham
    The seats were a fair bit away from the stage, and my little brother Jamie also came along, being a whole 17 months old.
    Def Leppard
    Terrorvision They were cool ...
    1996-10-06
    Poor Touring Me
    Poor Touring Me
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    NEC,
    Birmingham
    Metallica The band were Ace, the atmosphere was brilliant ... and my thanks that goes out to the nice female who was in front of me in the crowd ... whatever your name was? Gained a nice bright green Metallica plectrum.
    Corrosion Of Conformity
    1996-08-17
    Monsters of Rock 1996
    Monsters of Rock 1996
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    Donington Park,
    Castle Donington
    Well, after last years Donington, I just had to go again, although the selection of bands wasnt as great ... welll worth it though.
    KISS No matter what I try, I just cant spurt blood from my mouth
    Ozzy Osbourne
    Sepultura Wot no Max!
    Biohazard You fat b@$tard, You fat b@$tard!
    Korn I thought it was funny, cos they hadnt finished playing when Sep came on the other stage ... and they were left playing to a ridiculously small amount of ppl
    Fear Factory
    Paradise Lost The only band that I had gone to see this year ... right at the front ... enjoying the atmosphere!!!
    Type O Negative Pete Steele ... well, he is ... HUGE!!!
    Dog Eat Dog
    Cecil
    HoneyCrack
    3 Colours Red
    1996-07-07 These Days
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    Milton Keynes Bowl,
    Milton Keynes
    Reason for going: Dragged.
    Bon Jovi What were those things he had on his face?
    Joan Osbourne Erm, no comment.
    Gun Made it worth going, just to see these.
    Livid
    1995-12-15
    Rock All Nighter
    Rock All Nighter
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    Rock City,
    Nottingham
    Almost had to miss this one due to a postal strike at the time. Had to go for a hectic search for the tickets from the post offices.
    Skin
    Gun The crowd loved the Word Up cover
    Baby Chaos Cant remember them, so they couldnt have been that good
    Mudshack You could tell all the men from the boys when these lot came on, all the lightweights were too knackered by the time these came on. I enjoyed a good mosh with the few people who could take it
    1995-12-14

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    Wulfrun,
    Wolverhampton
    Paradise Lost Ha, Anyone who went crowd surfing at this one get injured??? Serves you right for sticking your size 12 paras in my ear ... the atmosphere was lovely and aggressive, must have crippled several ppl at this one!
    Cathedral Not quite my kind of band, the singer reminded me of an indie version of Mick Jagger, so I went for a wander.
    Anathema I had never heard of them before this gig ... great band, got the crowd going brilliantly ... I just went nuts
    1995-10-09

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    Brixton Academy,
    London
    Skid Row Oh yes, this was definitely a concert to remember ... It was mad ... people flying around all over the place ... Sebastian Bach had the crowd between his fingers ...
    Send No Flowers
    1995-08-26
    Monsters of Rock 1995
    Monsters of Rock 1995
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    Donington Park,
    Castle Donington
    A truly excellent day out ... the ppl are friendly ... you fall over and you are instantly dragged up again ... amazing ... I loved it!!!
    Metallica What more can I say? This is Metallica! It was great!!!
    Slayer I now know why these were on, they did it all for me, just so I could have a rest between bands.
    Skid Row Right at the front, never felt better!
    Therapy? Another band that I didnt think I liked until I saw them live ... great!
    Machine Head
    White Zombie I only knew one of their songs at the time, and they never played it *SNIFF*
    Corrosion Of Conformity
    Slashs Snake Pit Hmmm, just not as good as GnR
    Warrior Soul Theres always a band that you end up missing at the start isnt there? Any good?
    1995-05-18

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    Civic Hall,
    Wolverhampton
    Ugly Kid Joe Went into the concert knowing only a couple of songs (yes, Everything About You, and Cats in the Cradle), and ended up knowing them all a couple of weeks later ... and all night I had my friend continually saying He grabbed my hand
    1994-10-27

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    Keele University Ballroom,
    Keele
    My first concert while being @ uni ... twas cool
    Skin An awesome display by Skin
    Omkara Yes, one of those bands that, if the singer had come close enough, would have been seriously injured.
    Scarlet Inside An ace local band to Stafford ... Saw them first in the Forrester & Firkin, which is how I found out about this gig.
    1993-12-00 Jam Tour
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    Cambridge Corn Exchange,
    Cambridge
    Little Angels Must have been their Jam tour. I didnt think it was as good as their last one, as I didnt like the Jam album much.
    Skin My first experience of Skin. I thought they kicked ass over the Angels, the crowd loved it ... maybe its cos the women fancied him???
    1993-09-19 Keep the Faith Tour
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    Milton Keynes Bowl,
    Milton Keynes
    The real reason I went to this concert was to see Little Angels ... overall a great outdoor concert!
    Bon Jovi Was pretty cool, though Little Angels were far superior than Mr Jovi.
    Billy Idol Never thought I liked his music until I saw him play ... was ace
    Little Angels Oh yes, at the end of the night, you realise that Toby Jepson has better crowd control than Jon, so, there werent as many ppl at the front than 4 Bon Jovi ... but the ones that were had much more fun!
    Manic Street Preachers What I say now is completely honest: They were so bad, me and my mate were wandering around and thought that the guitars were still being tuned
    1992-12-03 Road Gods
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    Cambridge Corn Exchange,
    Cambridge
    My first proper gig ... oh yes, the Angels bought me into what I am today, gigwise. I loved it ... I had severe neckache and ear ringing for the next 3 days ... I just fell in love with going to concerts!!!
    Little Angels Little Angels rocked immensely
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