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  1. Best pits are still the old thrash metal bands as everyone is there to have a good time bashing into each other and pick each other off the ground after getting knocked down. The worst pit I saw was when Sick of it All opened for Slayer years ago, nothing but punches, elbows and kicks in the pit.
  2. I saw Slayer earlier this year in MD and I'm going again in November when they come to VA. I saw Alice In Chains last year and I was impressed with their new singer, he sounds a lot like Layne in concert.
  3. I'm going to see Slipknot when they come to VA. I saw that twice at the Ozzfest, so it will be nice to see them again. I like Volbeat a lot and they put on a good show, so I'm glad they're one of the openers.
  4. Alice in Chains/Korn Breaking Benjamin Slipknot and Volbeat Slayer And hoping to get tickets to see The Original Misfits in NYC when they go on sale
  5. John Carpenter's original idea was to make movies based around "Halloween" and not keep them all around Michael Myers. But once Carpenter saw everyone's reactions when people wanted to see Michael Myers, he changed it back for the 4th Halloween. I think "Prince of Darkness" was originally intended to be in the Halloween franchise.
  6. Halloween. While we were out in L.A. this year, we went to Pasadena and found the original Myers house (which is now a business). Halloween II and III are really good. I enjoyed the new Halloween (saw it at the theaters on Friday). The Conjuring, the Insidious movies, the Paranormal Activity movies (except "the Marked Ones), Evil Dead I, II and Army of Darkness and Devil's Rejects. Newer films this year I enjoyed were Hereditary and Unfriended: Dark Web.
  7. Holy crap, that guy sounds exactly like Phil Anselmo! I've seen Crowbar a few times in concert whenever they opened for other bands. The guys in the band are very cool. I've seen Pantera, Superjoint and Hellyeah in concert, but haven't seen Down. It's a shame both Abbott brothers are gone now. I have a couple songs from Power Trip on my phone. Exmortus is another good (newer) thrash band. I'm hoping to see them again when they come to Richmond next month. Demolition Hammer is doing a show in Baltimore next month, I haven't seen them since 1991 when they opened for Malevolent Creation and Devastation, so I'm hoping to go to that show as well. I love going to Haunted Halloween places. 13th Gate in Baton Rouge and The House of Shock in New Orleans are in my Top 3 favorites. Whenever I go back to New Orleans, I plan to go in October so I can go back to both places. Here's a newer thrash band called Lich King. In "Thrash Resurgence," the singer's voice sounds a lot like Billy Milano from M.O.D./S.O.D.
  8. Nice! I can definitely see the appeal. I went to New Orleans for the first time two years ago, I'd love to go back. I'm still craving a Ferdi and Shrimp Po' Boy from Mother's. What other metal bands are you into? Some of my favorites are: Slayer, Testament, Wrathchild America/Souls at Zero, M.O.D./S.O.D., Danzig, Samhain, Misfits, Megadeth. I got tickets this summer to see The Offspring and Ozzy's retirement tour.
  9. Toranaga had two albums between the late 80’s/early 90’s: Bastard Ballads and God’s Gift. They broke up for about 20 years then came back with “Righteous Retribution.” I first heard them when I saw their video for “The Shrine” on Headbangers Ball back in the early 90’s. You can find their stuff on YouTube.
  10. Nice!!! We just saw Slayer's retirement tour about two weeks ago when they came to VA. Here's one I've been listening to for a while now:
  11. I think Terry should hire his buddy Sean McDermott to run the Sabres :w00t:
  12. Wrecks Ryan didn't get a full two seasons either.
  13. Agreed. Overall, Nolan made his players work hard and benched them when they weren't. I'd rather have a coach like that compared to one who's soft and wants players to fit into a particular system. I agree about Bylsma and Rolston. IMO, Nolan has a reputation of fighting/clashing with GM's, so I highly doubt we'll ever see him coach in the NHL again.
  14. Disagree. It was during the "tank" time and Murray got rid of all the good talent on the team. Even at the trade deadline, Murray traded away whatever talent he could so the Sabres would finish in last place. It would have been nice to see how Nolan did with the team the following year.
  15. Hopefully, Botterill can get some assets for ROR. I don't think keeping ROR on the roster next season is a good option considering his demeanor.
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