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07.27.14 Aa And Bfmv Headlined Pulp 07.25.14 Any Thrash Recs?
12.24.13 Ericu03's 2013 Favorites08.29.13 Pop-punk And Alt.rock Recs?
08.12.13 Rec Deathcore/death Metal07.14.13 Rec Albums Similar To This
02.26.13 Suggest Some Power Metal

Aa And Bfmv Headlined Pulp

Few months ago i went to Pulp Summerslam, an annual music festival here in the Philippines. It was a really good experience so, here I provided some brief insights for the bands that performed.

Japanese Electronicore band, and the opening act. Very energetic live and
they're turning the pits into one rave party due to their electronics. Decent
performance at best. 3.7/5
Phantom Antichrist

European Thrash titans, with a very aggressive playing. I rarely venture thrash
(barring Sepultura and Death Angel), but speedy riffs and chaotic drums are
witnessed. Vocalist's performance is a show-stealer. 4/5
The Divinity of Purpose

Nu Metal. I love Ill Nino so I carefully watched to know what this band can
offer. I really don't know why but they wear weird outfits. Very consistent
playing for a Nu-Metal band that gets the crowd going. Good Stuff. 3.9/5
4Death Angel
The Dream Calls For Blood

I love Relentless Retribution and really adore The Dream Calls for Blood so i
was very stoked to see them live. As expected, savages on the pits are
bringing in the war and im very happy to hear some of my favorite tracks live.
Thrashes hard. HARD. 4.5/5
5Asking Alexandria
From Death to Destiny

British Metalcore band and also one of the two Headlining bands.I have a soft
spot for these guys due to my early musical experience, so i was also happy
to see them live for the first time. 17 tracks containing some of the best tracks
from their catalogue are played, and quite the performance given by Danny
Worsnop and the rest of the band. For some reason they are very consistent
live, and to be honest Danny's torned voice now suits his new singing style the
most. It was highly enjoyable. 4.3/5
The Final Episode (With Linkin Park and Pantera? sampling):
6Bullet for My Valentine
Temper Temper

Another Metalcore band, the last headliner. I've heard a track of these guys
before, and somewhat they are decent. However its obvious that many people
have paid to see them solely, but for the most part they successfully brought
the goods live. Promoting themselves by playing tracks from Temper Temper,
the crowd is going insane. Matt Tuck is beast live. 3.7/5
7The Black Dahlia Murder

Death Metal. The last but not the least. Their guitar tones are pretty
heavy,and vocals are pretty good. At this point, many people are going home,
but die-hard fans interestingly moshed all the way. Undoubtedly one of the
best performance for the night 4.6/5.
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