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elevendayempire
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Re: 2019 tour date announced

mitchejw wrote:
elevendayempire wrote:
metallex78 wrote:

I’m not debating their method, but Slash’s inconsistency. One minute he says there’s material, the next he says nothing has been done yet. That’s the bit that makes me suspicious.

I don't regard it as an inconsistency, it's simply how bands work. There's material (riffs recorded on phones in hotel rooms, old CD demos) but they haven't formally got together in studio to record it.

When Kirk Hammett lost his phone full of riff ideas for Hardwired, "nothing had been done" on recording the album, but he still had 300 riffs in mind for it.

It’s how the band works? In what way is it working?

It's how bands work. Plural. It's common practice across the industry. It's a question of semantics; they're not "working on the album" until they're physically in a studio, but they're bashing around ideas ahead of time. It's how all creative jobs work; film screenwriters will have ideas bubbling around in their head and notes jotted down for projects for years, then they actually put finger to keyboard and the script takes a month or two (or three, or four...) to write. So would you say that the script took a month to write, or ten years?

elevendayempire
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Re: 2019 tour date announced

PaSnow wrote:
slcpunk wrote:

If somebody had told me that I'd be in Vegas one day, with the original GnR (for the most part) playing a show, and I chose to skip it, I never would have believed it. But at that point, I just wasn't that excited and for the price of the tickets I could have had a few lavish nights out on the town.

I can see that, I'm sorta the same. I saw the NITLT in 2016, great show. Loved it. They came back around to nearby Hershey, PA the following year. Probably 90 minutes away. Nice summer night in August. I didn't go. Nope. Just saw them already. I forget if they played indoor stadiums one winter, regardless didn't go.

If they tour let's say 2020, maybe I would see them, but probably only if they released some sort of new material. Otherwise, on principal, I just couldn't I don't think.

I saw them (twice in two days!) in 2017. Skipped Download 'cos I have no interest in festivals; I'll see them when they play a proper stadium date near me next time they come around. I still haven't caught Madagascar or TWAT live with the NITL line-up!

mitchejw
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Re: 2019 tour date announced

mitchejw wrote:
elevendayempire wrote:
mitchejw wrote:
elevendayempire wrote:

I don't regard it as an inconsistency, it's simply how bands work. There's material (riffs recorded on phones in hotel rooms, old CD demos) but they haven't formally got together in studio to record it.

When Kirk Hammett lost his phone full of riff ideas for Hardwired, "nothing had been done" on recording the album, but he still had 300 riffs in mind for it.

It’s how the band works? In what way is it working?

It's how bands work. Plural. It's common practice across the industry. It's a question of semantics; they're not "working on the album" until they're physically in a studio, but they're bashing around ideas ahead of time. It's how all creative jobs work; film screenwriters will have ideas bubbling around in their head and notes jotted down for projects for years, then they actually put finger to keyboard and the script takes a month or two (or three, or four...) to write. So would you say that the script took a month to write, or ten years?

No you’re misunderstanding me...i don’t care what their process is or how they do it. If it took them 3-4 years to create something then i accept that.

Axl has produced nothing and there may not actually be any money in it anymore.

FlashFlood
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Re: 2019 tour date announced

FlashFlood wrote:

They were just announced for the Exit 111 festival in Manchester, TN in October.

ClaudeF
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Re: 2019 tour date announced

ClaudeF wrote:

Here's the exit 111 info:

EXIT 111
ANNOUNCES FULL DETAILS FOR
INAUGURAL EVENT
FESTIVAL DEBUTS WITH LINE-UP LED BY
GUNS N' ROSES, DEF LEPPARD, LYNYRD SKYNYRD,
SLAYER, ZZ TOP, DEFTONES, GHOST, MEGADETH
AND MORE THAN 40 ACTS
OCTOBER 11-13 WEEKEND OF MUSIC
HOSTED BY EDDIE TRUNK
AT THE GREAT STAGE PARK IN MANCHESTER, TN
TO INCLUDE ON SITE ACTIVITES:
PARANORMAL CIRQUE, CAR SHOW,
MOTOCROSS DEMONSTRATIONS, AND A MEGA SPORTS BAR
TICKETS ON SALE
THURSDAY, APRIL 25
EXIT 111Festival will debut with a heavyweight line-up that celebrates all forms
of rock--from hard to classic, alternative to southern--when it debuts October
11-13 at the Great Stage Park in Manchester, TN. The inaugural three-day event hosted
by Eddie Trunk will be led by headlining slots from Guns N' Roses, Def Leppard,
Lynyrd Skynyrd, and a mix of platinum-selling artists including Slayer (in the last
Tennessee show of their career), ZZ Top, Deftones, Ghost, Megadeth and more than
40 acts (full line-up below). Tickets for EXIT 111 go on sale Thursday, April 25
at 12:00 PM (ET), with additional ticketing info below.
Produced by C3 Presents and AC Entertainment, the massive footprint of the festival
site--known to millions as the home of the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival--will
be transformed into a rock and roll playground with the all-star line-up appearing
on three stages with 12 hours of music daily, camping and a variety of activities
tailored specifically to concert-goers. This marks the first-ever event, beyond
Bonnaroo, to utilize the 700-plus acre farm. On site adventures include Paranormal
Cirque
[http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001lnaREgIV … whpOqK1w==]
(an R-rated crazy yet fun fusion between circus, theatre, and cabaret in perfect
harmony with the evolution of a show that brings you back to when we dream...and
when we had nightmares and fantasies), the first annual EXIT 111 car show, Red Bull
motocross demonstrations and a mega sports bar airing full sports coverage throughout
the weekend, with more activities announced soon.
The EXIT 111 line-up (as of 4-23) is as follows:
Guns N Roses, Def Leppard, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Slayer, ZZ Top, Deftones, Ghost, Megadeth,
Coheed & Cambria, Lamb of God, Mastodon, Seether, Alter Bridge, Gojira, Cheap Trick,
Blackberry Smoke, Black Label Society, Ministry, Skillet, Nothing More, Sleeping
With Sirens, Of Mice and Men, Thrice, White Chapel, Power Trip, Black Stone Cherry,
Fever 333, Graveyard, The Cadillac Three, 10 Years, From Ashes to New, Tyler Bryant
and the Shakedown, New Years Day, Alien Weaponry, Bishop Gunn, Dead Sara, Plague
Vendor, Dirty Honey, Tetrarch, Watermox, Kyle Shutt, and O'Brother.
For EXIT 111, festival promoters have teamed with Seether frontman Shaun Morgan's
Rise Above charity. Beyond having one of the festival stages named as the Rise Above
Stage, EXIT 111 will donate $1.00 from every ticket sold to Suicide Awareness Voices
of Education (SAVE). These efforts will assist in raising funds for the charity's
life-saving suicide awareness efforts which started at Rise Above Festival.
EXIT 111 weekend passes and single day tickets go on sale Thursday, April 25 at
12:00 PM (ET). A special pre-sale launches Tuesday, April 23 at 9:00 AM (ET)-Wednesday,
April 24 at 11:59 PM (ET) via the festival's website
[http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001lnaREgIV … whpOqK1w==].
A variety of ticketing options (GA, VIP, four-pack, military discounts, and payment
plans), add-ons, camping and parking options, can be found here
[http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001lnaREgIV … whpOqK1w==].
Children under 10 are free with paid accompanied adult.
https://www.exit111festival.com/
[http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001lnaREgIV … whpOqK1w==]
https://www.facebook.com/Exit111Fest/
[http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001lnaREgIV … whpOqK1w==]
https://www.instagram.com/exit111fest/
[http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001lnaREgIV … whpOqK1w==]
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elevendayempire
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Re: 2019 tour date announced

Huh, Alter Bridge. Wonder if Slash will pop over and play a song or two with Myles.

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