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|4.5 superb||Crucifixxion | February 23rd 14|
Faggot ass sputnik hipsters dont like SS. Not surprising.
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|3.5 great||Akagami | March 8th 14|
Phil Bozeman, Danny Worsnop (i know, it's hard to believe it) and Eddie Hermida are beasts. They all make a stellar performance in their respective songs. The rest of the performances are fun (Anthony Notarmaso, Randy Blythe), mediocre (Johnny Plague, Chad Gray) or sad to hear (Big Chocolate), but it's a nice concert overall. Not all the songs played are from SS, we have a Black Sabbath cover and a Sepultura cover at the end of the concert. That gives this extra points imo.
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|4.0 excellent||ProwlerInTheYard | December 15th 15|
this was a really gorgeous album altogether. this could've been a 5/5 if they used more songs and more vocalists but chad gray definitely brought this down
|4.0 excellent||Chris Maitland | June 12th 14|
Never been a big Suicide Silence fan, but this is an excellent tribute to Mitch. Just about every guest vocalist slays (Phil Bozeman, Tim Lambesis, Anthony Notarmaso and Randy Blythe being the standouts) and gives these songs a more energetic, dynamic feel. Kudos to all involved with this show for making one of the best live CD/DVD's I've ever seen.
|3.0 good||2CHAINAL | June 12th 14|
I liked the addition of the Deftones cover near the end
|4.0 excellent||ScarlettPimpernail | May 13th 14|
Eddie was awesome in slaves to substancerBig chocolate was kind of embarrassing
|1.0 awful||JackEnoff | February 21st 14|
This sounds like a chimpanzee getting a hot iron shoved in and out of his ass repeatedly.
|3.5 great||Mike | February 21st 14|
Wasn't to huge on this band I always thought Mitch was a pretty decent vocalist and this is a nice kind of send off concert
|4.5 superb||Decolu | September 8th 16|
|2.5 average||Jake B | August 8th 16|
|3.5 great||ckssr1 | June 28th 16|
|4.5 superb||EOsta | March 2nd 16|
|3.5 great||Michal | October 30th 15|
|2.5 average||tyler | June 27th 15|
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