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Re: What bands do you want to see live? Ahh, so many. These are in no particular order: Judas Priest ( Which sucks since I'm here in America :c ) King Diamond Metallica Slayer Anthrax Sonata Arctica Iron Maiden ... And these are just the ones that come to mind, I'll probably post some more when I can think of some. Heh.

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Re: What bands do you want to see live? Pretty much any band I like...I would have liked to see HammerFall back when they were better. Same goes for Nevermore since I wouldn't see Loomis with them if I saw them now. I still want to see Harmony live although I suspect I never will. Redemption, Symphony X, Seventh Wonder, Iron Savior, Thy Majestie, Myrath, Quo Vadis, Gorod, Aletheian, Sabaton...all of them would be great to see.

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Re: What bands do you want to see live? ozzy ( sent his cat on gmm last year :? ) dimmu borgir ( alltought the old line up with vortex for his vocals and mustis ( i liked his keybord from his factory where he used to work ) ) and severall others i would like to see , but the list would be 2 long :P:P

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Bands I'd love to see Paradise Lost My Dying Bride Blind Guardian Orphaned Land Ange Witch Blitzkrieg Anthrax d.USK Amorphis Angra At The Gates Carcass Triptykon Daylight Dies Evoken
for some reason i'm expecting a doom festival to just open up where most of these bands are playing you would probably jizz yourself to death at that though
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Re: What bands do you want to see live? Iron Maiden definitely, seen them only once on millenium tour so it's been a long time :( I like to listen and watch all support bands on tours, a good way to get to know new bands. Didn't have a chance to see U.D.O or Uriah Heep here in Finland and I'm SO disappointed. Mokoma gives always a good show, well worth a visit :D, and of course all the bands I like. Almost every band is good on stage because of the atmosphere created by all the fans, just have to mosh along.

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Iron Maiden definitely' date=' seen them only once on millenium tour so it's been a long time :( I like to listen and watch all support bands on tours, a good way to get to know new bands. Didn't have a chance to see U.D.O or Uriah Heep here in Finland and I'm SO disappointed. Mokoma gives always a good show, well worth a visit :D, and of course all the bands I like. Almost every band is good on stage because of the atmosphere created by all the fans, just have to mosh along.[/quote'] Maiden puts on a good high energy show. I'd see them again, assuming they didn't play just new material.
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