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STATIC X, SALIVA, & BURN HALO


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My friend got an extra ticket for me on this one :beerbang:

He went to see B.L.S. and they gave him 4 free tickets to this show.

I do believe the lead singer for SALIVA will be replaced with the singer from SILVERTIDE (Thats the rumor).

It's a show and I'm getting in for free!!! :banana:

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Burn Halo will be sweet, mate. Enjoy! Let me know if they play any Eighteen Visions songs too, just out of curiosity.

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Burn Halo will be sweet, mate. Enjoy! Let me know if they play any Eighteen Visions songs too, just out of curiosity.

 

Will do :tumbsup:

 

I'm more interested to hear SALIVA with the guy from SILVERTIDE.

I hate Silvertide and I can't remember the guy's voice, but yeah, I did think that surely anyone's voice is better at the front of Saliva as opposed to that passionless goon they have at the moment. ;)

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Well!

We got their late, so we missed THE FLOOD & BURN HALO :crying: . SALIVA cancelled all together.

Me not being way to familiar with STATIC X, found them to be quite exciting!

I kind of had the urge to crowd surf, but who would volunteer picking up such a fat ass as myself :whistle:

What I can't believe that a band like SLIPKNOT is more popular than these guys.

If your into the NUMETAL sound, than you must check these guys out. Very underrated in my opinion.

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I was hoping you get to see Saliva with Walt Lafty.

 

There's a thread around here somewhere with a link to his new bands myspace that has some cool tunes.

It did say that he was doing many of their upcoming shows while Josey recovered from Ulcer surgery.

It makes me wonder why they'd cancel.

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Well!

We got their late, so we missed THE FLOOD & BURN HALO :crying: . SALIVA cancelled all together.

Me not being way to familiar with STATIC X, found them to be quite exciting!

I kind of had the urge to crowd surf, but who would volunteer picking up such a fat ass as myself :whistle:

What I can't believe that a band like SLIPKNOT is more popular than these guys.

If your into the NUMETAL sound, than you must check these guys out. Very underrated in my opinion.

Wow, sorry to hear that mate. Sounds like a bit of a shitter. How late were you?? :lol:

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