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Everything posted by LPFreak64

  1. Hey all! There is this dude I've been watching on YouTube called iAmSickFlowz. He does Rap music reaction videos. He is pretty entertaining. He recently got into LP and has been doing reaction videos on his 1st listen of certain LP songs. Sometimes, it's a little annoying when he stops the video and comments on it, but overall, it is amazing to see someone fall in love with this band. They have found another new fan in him. So please check him out! Main Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCYB9cbIK2rCVRVo1d-So2w Numb: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNUAh5Lj0Yw Crawling: https://www
  2. Love the tracks. Glad to see Mike back in some music, whether it is grieving, blasting some raps, or singing. The lyrical content about Chester is hard to listen to. I'm really excited to see where Mike takes this.
  3. Nobody Can Save Me - 4/10 Good Goodbye - 7/10 Talking to Myself - 9/10 Battle Symphony - 3/10 Invisible - 5/10 Heavy - 2/10 Sorry For Now - 6/10 Halfway Right - 6/10 One More Light - 10/10 Sharp Edges - 8/10 It gets a D (60/100) rating, which is passing, but BARELY. Please, LP, get away from the 'Clap/Snap' drums and stop using the Chipmunk Vocal Effects.
  4. Brad is the one usually on the keys during WFTE.
  5. I like it better than Heavy and BS. In order of like so far: 1. One More Light 2. Talking To Myself 3. Good Goodbye 4. Invisible 5. Heavy 6. Battle Symphony
  6. My complaint is how in the world is Charlotte, NC (9 hours away from me) close to Nashville, Birmingham, Memphis, or Chattanooga? The 1st presale sign up gave me a false sense of hope that they would be coming local. But alas, if MGK is the only support, then I am not bummed as much.
  7. While I agree that they aren't as big as they were in the 2000s, they are still a pretty big deal, with or without Tom. Tom was AWFUL live with them and was bringing down the quality of their live shows because his heart was more into his side projects than Blink. Matt has 1000% increased my interest in seeing Blink live. He does a great job replacing Tom and the new songs with him are killer. I think this is a great lineup for a summer tour and I can't wait to see the dates. As for this, they just finished up an A/B city Amphitheater tour last year for this album, so why not hit t
  8. Both of these clips sound amazing and has turned up my anticipation for this album from a 2 to a 6. Heavy is so bad, that I am sure there will be songs just as bad on the album, but these two stripped down versions are more catchy, more rock, and have more passion. Keep it coming!
  9. Meh. It is a decent Pop song. I'm sure it'll get a good amount of radio play. The track length will get Radio Stations to eat it up. I'm not sure about Chester's shaky vocals. I know it is meant to add drama and levity to the track but it just makes his voice sound weak. That might be the point, but I'm not a fan at this moment. Kiiara was a nice addition and I like her parts. I do like how it starts by just launching into it with no real intro.
  10. Yeah, you clearly don't follow them at all. They just completed their California Noir 2 part album and have a cult following on FB. They would be awesome as an opener. Have Julien-K open, then have a Alt Rock act that had an album come out last year that is moderately popular in the U.S. (Biffy Clyro, Pixies, Wilco, Silversun Pickups, Foals), and the LP headlines. Both opening acts would cover LPs potential new style and would rake in a pretty good haul on ticket sales too.
  11. What about Julien-K? They are long overdue for a NA tour and I would love to see Chester and Ryan back together on stage!
  12. Linkin Park, Blink-182, & Starset would be amazing.
  13. Cool little interview. I've always loved seeing Chester do charity covers. He always puts 100% into the performance, and I love showing people and seeing their reactions to his voice. He was amazing in the videos that Church put up a few years ago. (Bullet with Butterfly Wings, Whole Lotta Love, & Mountain Song) It is interesting that they chose Frankie Perez from Apocalyptica instead of someone else a little more famous, but he's still got a pretty good voice, so it's a good fit.
  14. They would definetly have to bring in the HT, Meteora, and heavy THP stuff to win over the Mayhem fans. However, I could see LP being very comfortable doing the other more 'Rock/Alt Rock' oriented festival that Rockstar sponsers, which is the Uproar Tour. Past headliners for it include Disturbed, A7X, Stone Sour, Three Days Grace, Seether, Shinedown, Godsmack, Staind, & Alice in Chains
  15. Looks like Dean is sharing some Alternate solos / songs from STP w/ CB. Check it below! http://loudwire.com/stone-temple-pilots-demo-guitar-snippets-from-studio/
  16. I'll be volunteering in the MFR booth with Mark & Preston. Can't wait for the show!
  17. The headline says it all! Here's the article from BlabberMouth: http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/stone-temple-pilots-and-chester-bennington-recording-new-music/ Here's the image uploaded today by bassist Robert DeLeo: https://twitter.com/STPRobertDeLeo/status/553763934738477058/photo/1
  18. I'll be going! I'm gonna try to volunteer for MFR for this concert, so I'll miss OM&M and Rise Against but I really don't mind missing them.
  19. If there isn't a Nashville/Atlanta/Birmingham date in Jan - Mar, I think I'll go crazy. Hopefully there will be a couple of good openers and I'll explode. If not, I'll do MFR. Really hoping for a good middle band with an album release within the last year (Chevelle, Flyleaf, Taking Back Sunday, The Used, Nonpoint, Adelitas Way) and then an up-&-coming band that is starting to get radio airplay, and need a big tour to launch them even higher (You Me at Six, Nothing More, Starset).
  20. The show was AMAZING. I was on the rail, middle, but just a little to the right of the mic stand. The entire band was flawless and they put on a GREAT show. Chester was blowing up all over the place, the DeLeo's were groovin' and melting faces and Kretz provided the steady backbone for the entire show. Chester was shaking hands and kissing babies the entire show. He was having the time of his life. Some memorible moments for me were: Robert DeLeo throwing me his slide and I suck at catching and knocked it into the photo pit. The one and only Harry Reese slid in to take some pics and other peo
  21. I'll be going to the Birmingham, AL show on the 6th. Really excited to see Chester perform up close and the venue is AMAZING. It's going to be great!