What gig did you go to last night? (2 Viewers)

ernesto

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Raced into the Olympia last night to see Baroness. I got to my poxy seat as their first song started. They are very good. Played mostly songs from Gold and Grey. Songs sounded better live because, lets face it, the album sounds shite. The bass was still too boomy and they could do with laying off the phasers every now and then. It was all over by 8.30pm. Still glad I went.
Hung around for a little bit considering staying for Volbeat but said fuck it and went home, though not before I met John from Baroness on the street and had a quick chat and a hand shake.
Back to Navan for a pint, then home before anyone had gone to bed. Result.

Ah feck I’d like to see Baroness.
Completely forgot about it but was in bed by 9pm anyway
 

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I had a free ticket for Volbeat/Baroness/Danko Jones. But only wanted to see Danko Jones and wouldnt have got there until they finished. Didn't bother in the end.
 

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The twilight sad in the button factory. Such an intense singer. Thought they were superb. No smell of vomit either on the balcony anymore which was nice!
 

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