• Yes, we have witnessed the Unholy Trinity

    6 Nov 2011, 01:09 by Yuuko1

    On Saturday, October 29th, 2011, we witnessed one of the most epic shows ever. The Danzig Legacy tour.

    As you all know, NYC got a sudden freak snow storm that day, and many people lost power. The weather was awful! But that didn't stop us from showing up at Hammerstein Ballroom.

    We got there just as the doors had opened and went directly to our seats on the second floor balcony. The seating there is VERY uncomfortable, but the view is excellent. BTW a small plastic cup filled with coke and ice was $4 WTF! That should be illegal.

    Anyway, so the opening band started. I am not sure how they got into this show, but they can definitely brag about it for the rest of their lives. The band was (lol) IKILLYA. All I can say is, I wish the singer would make up his mind and stick to one style of singing because that mess he's doing does not work.

    Next it was Corrosion of Conformity. They had good energy. They were alright, although it felt like they were just jamming in their living room. Like they weren't totally into it.
  • Danzig's still got it!

    19 Jun 2010, 06:13 by Yuuko1

    Fri 18 Jun – Danzig

    My hubby got to Nokia first and got us a good spot in the line. Then when we got inside Nokia, we got a great spot in the middle section right by the rail.

    The first act was Kenny Hickey's band, Seventh Void. Johnny Kelly on drums, they sound good. I did feel Type O Negative there in the lyrics and somewhat in the music as well. However, after a couple of songs it started sounding the same. My favorite moment was when Kenny sang the bridge for the TON song 'Black No. 1' "Yeah you wanna go out 'cause it's raining and blowing...." Then he thanked Peter Steele.

    The second act was Doyle's Gorgeous Frankenstein. Everyone was excited at first, but I just felt like the singer was a younger Danzig. They have some cool songs but the singer, I just don't know.

    A fight broke out on the main floor, and wow it was intense! I thought security was never going to stop them. It went from a 2 people fight to a 5 or 6 people fight, including 2 women.

  • Scrobbling milestones (6 years and counting!)

    6 Mar 2007, 18:21 by karnow

    Here be some scrobbling milestones along the road. Gathered by me, for me. Just for fun.

    5000th track scrobbled was Kituvan Kiitos by Ajattara (december 21st, 2006) while listening to global tag radio "Music similar to Reverend Bizarre".

    6666th track scrobbled was The Pacific by Ahab (march 5th, 2007) while listening the album "The Call of the Wretched Sea".

    7000th track scrobbled was Zandbak by 35007 (april 1st, 2007) while listening random playlist.

    8000th track scrobbled was arch&hum by Shora (may 7th, 2007) while listening "My Neighbourhood" radio.

    9000th track scrobbled was Mono Years by Twin Zero (june 6th, 2007) while listening the album "The Tomb to Every Hope".

    10000th track scrobbled was In the Rectory by Reverend Bizarre (july 27th, 2007) while listening the album "In the Rectory of the Bizarre Reverend".

    11111th track scrobbled was Comatose: The World Amnesia: Planet Dead by ...