NSFW General: Tell Us Your Concerts

Snarf Zagyg

Notorious Liquefactionist
Slayer played the Connecticut Street Armory 94ish. I didnt go but talked to 3-5 people who did and said they were standing and cou;d feel the floor sway from everyone moshing.

Saw Slayer in 90, you couldnt even see the stage because of the dust cloud from everyone moshing,

Slayer shows were fun, I can imagine a Ministry show being the same.

Ministry was intense. Well, it was in the 90s (pretty much through Filth Pig).

Al Jourgenson's ... habits .... made their performances a little more erratic after that. But you never felt as alive as in a Ministry mosh pit. And you never felt as broken as the day after!
 

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Snarf Zagyg

Notorious Liquefactionist
Tell that to Mike Scacia. Too soon?

After awhile, it's all borrowed time.

You're not surprised by the Scaccias or the Layne Staleys or the Scott Weilands or Rick Jameses, so much as the ones who (like Keith Richards or Al Jourgenson) that manage to keep on going.
 



payn

He'll flip ya...Flip ya for real...
Too many to count (I miss shows soooo much...). Some of my favs from the legendary First Ave;
Meat Puppets
Dinosuar Jr
Kasier Chiefs
Wolfmother
Michael Kiwanuka
Dr. Dog
Laura Marling
J. Roddy Walston and the Business

I dont recall ever seeing a really bad show there, and Ive seen butt loads!
 


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