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Sun 13/08/06 at 18:44
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"Far Beyond Metal"
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So who else on here is going this year..?

Can't wait to see Killswitch. Slayer and Bullet will be awesome too. Other than that, theres not really many bands that I want to see but will still be a good weekend as always.
Mon 04/09/06 at 20:13
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Muse were pretty good, but I'd have probably been better off staying in the Lock-Up tent to see the rest of Anti-Flag and Reel Big Fish, with the lack of playing to the crowd (Though I was a fair way back... still, the light show looked great!) Oh well, there's always next year... -Hopes for plenty of decent acts to be announced!-

The lack of Angel Of Death was the only low point of Slayer's performance... no bloody wonder so many people were chanting "One more song! Angel of Death!", even as Dave Lombardo's drum kit was towed off...
Sat 02/09/06 at 15:17
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Was a good weekend, but for me, the music all went downhill after Slayer. I was amazed that they didn't play Angel of Death! But they were still awesome.

My other favourite bands of the weekend were just the ones I always expected them to be too... Killswitch, Bullet, The Subways and Muse were ok too (although Matt Belamy doesn't get the crowd going enough for Muse to headline in my opinion...).
Thu 31/08/06 at 13:54
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I saw some of the music on BBC3 and really enjoyed Muse's performance. Kaiser Chiefs were good.
Tue 29/08/06 at 20:09
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No Angel of Death? How odd...
Tue 29/08/06 at 12:50
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I was at Reading, and was at the front for most of Sunday (I was there every day for the start!), so I got a really good place for Killswitch, Mastodon, Bullet and Slayer... excellent stuff! Slayer didn't play Angel Of Death, but they were absolutely incredible, and Killswitch's cover of Holy Diver by Dio was absolutely killer!

Otherwise, there were some great performances though... Towers Of London, Flogging Molly (Both performances, especially in the Lock-Up), Municipal Waste, Gogol Bordello, Lightyear, Muse and Anti-Flag were all pretty damn good!

Otherwise, Fightstar, Aiden and Taking Back Sunday I sadly saw... all were absolutely shockingly poor. On a more righteous note, Panic at the Disco's singer got knocked out by something thrown at him (Supposedly either a golf ball or a beer bottle, according to one security guy who thought it was great, ha ha!)
Mon 14/08/06 at 00:14
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I'd go to see Slayer, Killswitch and Mastodon, but I can't afford it and the rest of the line up is rubbish.
Sun 13/08/06 at 21:48
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Would like to go but can't, ex-girlfriend is going though.
Sun 13/08/06 at 18:44
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"Far Beyond Metal"
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So who else on here is going this year..?

Can't wait to see Killswitch. Slayer and Bullet will be awesome too. Other than that, theres not really many bands that I want to see but will still be a good weekend as always.

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