Good gig, only thing I found annoying was the time advertised for Death Dta going on kept changing it went from 9pm to 9:30am, then on the day was posted at 9:20 but the band didn't come on til 9:30 so I saw less of the band than I thought I would.
Fantastic gig. The band were so tight and they all seemed to be really enjoying themselves. Sound was good, although Bobby's guitar was louder than Max's. Nice cameo from Obscura bloke too! Great set list. All in all, a quality gig.
Probably one of the most amazing concerts I've ever been to; and I have been to over 100 since 2002.
Sat side of the stage from beginning to end, and seeing Gene - one of my drum hero's - live was nearly orgasmic! (There's two words you don't hear together outside of a sexual context! lol).
Thanks to all the promoters, people behind the scenes, venue, support acts and of course... Death 'DTA' for putting on an incredible concert.
Cheers! Long live, Chuck and all whom worked on those magical albums.
I got to say, best f@#&g show ever, I never got the chance to see death with the great Chuck, but, I think this it is the best and closest thing to see death right, great show, great line up, great performance! If they come once a month, I will go every fucking time!
On a road trip from Los Angeles. When I found out I'd be 4 minutes down the road from this show it was a given. Every band got better and better throughout the night. I was blown away by how brutally awesome this entire show was. I'll give it up to the VA Metalheads too, they can fucking mosh. Met some amazing people, including this guy from Columbia, scored some acid. Overall night 10/10