Post by bonnaroodavid on Feb 7, 2014 14:43:01 GMT -5
I would love to see Motorhead, but I wonder if Lemme might work a lighter than usual schedule and do fewer dates? I would love to see some bigger metal acts brought in and they certainly fit the bill. I can see them doing a late night set like Alice Cooper did. In terms of other possiblities, I haven't really looked at dates, but The Sword has played a few times. Clutch is out and about this year. It seems there are a few more metal bands on tour this year than there were last year. Of course so many spend the summer in Europe, so that may not mean much for the US fests.
edit. I also wouldn't mind seeing Five Finger Death Punch. They appear free. Texas Hippie Coalition is also a band I have never seen but I have friends who rave about who I could see being on the bill.
Post by Paroxysm714 on Feb 7, 2014 20:10:48 GMT -5
I've listened to some Meshuggah through my brother who's a big fan. They're pretty good, often complex rhythms that force you to try to figure out how to nod your head. But also quite heavy & very progressive. I would recommend the album Catch ThirtyThree as a good starting point.
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