Rock and Metal News – Metallica 3D Movie Concert – Setlist Pics and Recap at Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BC, August 24 2012




Metallica 3D Movie Concert – Setlist Pics and Recap at Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BC, August 24 2012!

See Metallica Live at Rogers Arena on August 25th 2012 for the 2nd show!

Set List

1.Creeping Death
2.For Whom the Bell Tolls
3.Fuel
4.Ride the Lightning
5.One
6.Cyanide
7.The Memory Remains
8.Wherever I May Roam
9.Sad But True
10.Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
11….And Justice for All
12.Fade to Black
13.Master of Puppets
14.Battery
15.Nothing Else Matters
16.Enter Sandman
Encore:
17.Hit the Lights
18.Seek & Destroy

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The Music Moves Me – How To Attend A Concert

Do not let the big jewels and tuxedos intimidate you. A symphony concert should not be an esoteric experience. Music, after all, is not composed to scare people away. It has been composed to provoke listeners and to challenge them, but they still want to be heard. They are attention junkies, just like you. There are certain decorum on behavior and dress, but they are not there to turn people off; they are there to make the whole experience worthwhile and enjoyable.

What NOT to wear

I'm not a priggish Ms. Manners who is going to dictate the length of your hemlines or pleats of your pants. This is strictly unisex advice. I wear suits like its second skin, so who am I to tell others to wear what's appropriate to their gender stereotype?

Be classy

First and for most, do not be frumpy. Iron your clothes. Wash your hair. Put on some deodorant, or even a fragrance. Concerts are formal events.

On that note – how formal is it? Well, that depends on your artistic spirit. Do not let the dowagers in designer gowns intimidate you. You can be conservative or creative. A nice suit or dressy separates are a safe bet.

Jeans

There is some debate about jeans. I'm a pro-jean person, as long as the rest of the outfit is being a formal event. Simply wearing an IRONED blouse / shirt with dress shoes classes up an outfit. That means nix the sneaks. A number of retailers offer dressy jeans. They are usually in a darker wash. I would avoid any jeans that are artfully torn, ripped, and faded. To put it another way – your jeans should look like formal trousers. They fit, they look nice, and they are complemented with formal wear.

Club attire

Do not wear your club clothes to a concert. Just … do not.

In the hall

The concert is now starting. You're banned, and excited to hear what this amazing new conductor or soloist has to offer.

Cell phone use

TURN OFF YOUR GODDAMN CELL PHONE! Is that clear enough? Oh, and do not text message, answer your phone, or check your messages during the concert. TURN IT OFF!

Be an active listener

Some may view classical music as boring. To the untrained ear, I imagine it's akin to listening to crickets. However, try to be an active listener. If you know the pieces ahead of time, research them. Look up the terms of the movements (allegro, andante, adagio, etc). While the orchestra is in full swing, pick out the theme, notice variations, let yourself drink in the details. Composers spent painstaking hours penciling in those notes, pay attention to them.

I say all that because a lot of concert goers just let the music wash over them. I want you to do the opposite. I want you to get involved. You'll appreciate it more.

When to clap

There is an issue of clapping between movements. A symphony is comprised of movements – some fast, some slow, some in particular forms. After each movement, there is generally a pause. DO NOT CLAP! Do not clap between movements. Look at the program ahead of time. Three movements, two pauses. Last pause – clap your heart out.

Intermission and cocktails

Now is your chance to schmooze! Do not let this opportunity pass you by! Get out of your seat – chances are you need a break from sitting for so long.

Drinks

When getting drinks, I advise against strong cocktails (with lurid names) and shots. You've done so well at appreciating the music and the whole concert going experience, do not fall sleep now!

Schmoozing

For conversation starters – do not talk about the weather. It's boring. Yawn! Talk about the music, silly! What did you think about that soloist? What was your favorite movement? If you like a particular part or piece, ask others if they felt similarly.

Encores and standing ovations

Ovations

Each culture has a different view on both of these. In Switzerland, you've got to make the audience go into hysterics if you wanted an ovation. In France, they will stand up for anything. Use discretion. Do not be swept away by others sentimentality. If you were not moved, it's OK to stay sorted. If you were, and no one else is standing, feel free to shout out a Bravo! Egypt Bravissimo!

Encores

Encores are scary territory. For the musicians. Everyone loves to be appreciated, but there is such thing as over appreciation. I once sat through TEN encores of the Vienna Boys Choir here in Vegas at Ham Hall. The kids were cute, but come on now. It's past their bed time! Two encores is good enough. More than two, and it starts getting annoying. Without it's an egotistical, vain glorious soloist, there's no reason to bring them out a third time. They are working too you know. That's overtime!

Parting words

You're ready to get out there and be an arts supporter! Just remember, music is as much for the average joe as for billionaires. If you can really appreciate the concert, you ARE high class.



Source by Aisha O'brien

Classical Music Concert Etiquette: Piano

Classical Pianists of the Future

The great problems in presenting this topic are: (1) how not to make it sound condescending to the experienced concert goers, and, (2) still keep it instructional to the newcomer. While following the comments and observations extended to all types of classical concerts I slant them toward (piano), my having had the most experience in this arena. So then at the risk of boring the anointed, forgive me; and to those of you who are first timers at a classical concert I would suggest that even the more obvious elements of protocol and propriety may not always be evident. So let me give it a somewhat lighthearted try.

BEFORE ARRIVING

Dress

It is said that decorum at classical concerts is in transition. Of course, what is not? However, that being said, I am more a traditionalist in this regard and would suggest that attendees reflect on the thousands of hours the artist has spent over many years in refining that which he or she would present to you. An outfit you would choose to wear to a job interview or a business meeting would be appropriate. Children should be dressed in shirt and slacks or dresses. It would also be advisable to go very light on fragrances. Many people are allergic to perfumes and colognes.

Children

Some venues will not let (young) children in the door so it is best to find out ahead to time what the policy of the house is. In general, a five or six year old would be welcome – but only if you are confident control will be maintained and that may be difficult to predict. (I remember an instance of a youngster rolling a ball into the pedals of a piano in the middle of a performance.) Leave the toys home. If, with the best of intentions, a youngster should become unruly, it is best to escort him or her out at the earliest moment with least disruption possible.

Advance Review of the Program Selections

If you can find out in advance what the repertoire will be, it would be very advantageous to listen to the selections (perhaps you can find a CD containing them). Reading through the musical score, if you have that skill, will also enhance your enjoyment. The internet is a great help in this.

ARRIVAL, AND AFTER

When to Arrive

It is good to arrive ten to fifteen minutes ahead of a performance. Remember, you always forget where you put the tickets while you are trying to get out the door. And it usually takes longer to find a parking spot then you think. Give yourself adequate time. If you do arrive late, please expect to be listed between selections. Even if an usher is not present, follow this courtesy.

Once Seated

There are open seating or reserved seating events. Just purchasing your seat ahead of time does not guarantee you a 'specific' seat if it is an open seating event. If it is open seating it is first come first served. If you have reserved a specific seat it will be awaiting your arrival. Unless otherwise stated, children's seats are expected to be paid for. It is important to stay except except in cases of dire need or emergency.

Applause! Applause!

It is a sign of recognition and respect to applaud the soloist as he or she appears on stage. As you read your program you will note that on the more major compositions several (movements) may be listed as subcategories. It is best not to applaud between movements of these works. (At times there may be spontaneous applause from the audience when a particular movement is particularly well executed.) Often the artist will choose to continue from one movement to another with little or no pause. (This is another good reason for having heard the music before attending.) One can always follow the lead of the more experienced concert goers in this matter.

The Dash to the Parking Lot (Concert Grand Prix)

Do the few minutes you might gain leaving early (while the artist is being applauded) really make up for the wonderful encore (s) you might miss or the people you disturb while walking over them? It is considered disrespectful to leave before the concert is over and the concert is not over until the artist has received his or her final curtain call.

GENERAL COMMENTS

Distractions

Sometimes things just happen. A chair collapses. The lights go off. A door slams shut. However it is best not to try unwrapping candy and snacks. Leave the food at home, or wait for an admission to refresh. Digital / electronic anything – OFF. (It is amazing the things that can be overlooked.) Once at a competition I was hosting, a particularly noisy phone, playing the Minute Waltz, started to ring and everyone was looking around to see who caused this faux pas – only to have the artist stop playing and reaching into his tux to retrieve his phone. A friend wanted to know how he was doing!) As a general rule, cameras, camcorders and the like are not well received at concerts. Many venues strictly forbid their use. Copyright laws are often in effect. If pictures are to be taken, it is best to obtain them before or after the performance. Often a reception is given and this is usually a good opportunity for a picture. (I recall an instance at a competition where a gentleman in a front row seat, and this was in close proximity to the piano, with his large camera that sported a huge telescopic lens, began blasting away as the playing started. good sense to stop his performance and coolly asked the gentleman to desist.) Even the more quiet cameras can sound like a gun going off – at the wrong time. I read someplace that a particular artist was so distracted by noise (and this is an extreme case) that he had his programs printed on silk!

IN CONCLUSION

Attendance at a classical concert should not be a trial. You are there to enjoy some of the most beautiful music ever written. In matters of deportation, let common sense be your guide. Always remember – If you have class, it shows, if you do not, it shouts.

http://www.classicalpianistsofthefuture.org



Source by Al Willams

Rock and Steel Information – Motorhead’s Phil Campbell has plans for Lemmy tribute concert events..!




Get ready for some select dates for a Lemmy tribute concert … guitarist Phil Campbell confirmed there are plans for Mikki and himself to play some MOTÖRHEAD tribute shows.. their will be some special guests as well .. they will pay tribute to the late Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister. Looks like they have plans but just a few select shows … check out the interview with Phil on the “Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon” show in the link below…

listen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vcIehTF5eGA

On this special episode of ROCK TALK WITH MITCH LAFON, Motörhead guitarist Phil Campbell along with singer Neil Starr talk about Phil Campbell And The Bastard Sons’ new album The Age Of Absurdity, the future of Motörhead, plans for an autobiography, and Phil’s upcoming solo album featuring Judas Priest’s Rob Halford, Dee Snider, Joe Satriani, Whitfield Crane, Matt Sorum and more.

Motorhead’s Phil Campbell has plans for Lemmy tribute concerts..!

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Rock and Steel Information – Avenged Sevenfold Live performance Setlist at Zepp Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan on April 16, 2012!




Avenged Sevenfold Concert Setlist at Zepp Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan on April 16, 2012! Catch Avenged Sevenfold Live on their Asia Pacific Tour!

1.Nightmare
2.Critical Acclaim
3.Welcome To the Family
4.Second Heartbeat
5.Buried Alive
6.So Far Away
7.Afterlife
8.God Hates Us
9.A Little Piece of Heaven
10.Bat Country

encore
11.Fiction
12.Unholy Confession

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Rock and Steel Information – Breaking Benjamin Vocalist Benjamin Burnley Fires the Remainder of His Band????




Breaking Benjamin vocalist-guitarist Benjamin Burnley has fired the rest of his band.

According to a story in Citizen’s Voice of Wilkes-Barre [the band’s hometown], Burnley axed guitarist Aaron Fincke and bassist Mark Klepaski via email after learning his bandmates had struck an agreement with Hollywood Records to issue a remix of their song ‘Blow Me Away.’
Burnley is seeking at least $250,000 and the exclusive right to the Breaking Benjamin name. Fincke and Klepaski both deny Burney’s claims and a Luzerne County judge has ordered arbitration. So far no one from the band’s camp has issued an official statement on the recent events.

Breaking Benjamin formed in 1998 in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. and signed with Hollywood Records in early 2002. They have gone on to release four studio albums that have sold well over 5 million copies in the US alone.

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Rock and Metal News – Former IRON MAIDEN, JUDAS PRIEST, BLACK SABBATH Members To Guest On WOLFPAKK 2011 Debut




A track from WOLFPAKK — the new melodic metal project led by former CRYSTAL BALL vocalist Mark Sweeney and Michael Voss (MAD MAX, CASANOVA) — will be premiered on “The Metal Madman Radio Show” on Wednesday, July 6 between 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. EST. You can listen to the program via the Internet at www.themetalmadman.com.

With the help of 30 world-class guest musicians, Voss and Sweeney (who composed all the songs) have created a very special album.

These are the involved guest musicians:

Vocals:

* Paul Di’Anno (ex-IRON MAIDEN)
* Tony Martin (ex-BLACK SABBATH)
* Jeff Scott Soto (ex-YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, TALISMAN)
* Rob Rock (IMPELITTERI)
* Mark Boals (ex-YNGWIE MALMSTEEN)
* Tim “Ripper” Owens (ex-JUDAS PRIEST, ICED EARTH)
* Paul Shortino (ex-QUIET RIOT)
* Mark Fox (ex-SHAKRA)
* Michaela Schober (TANZ DER VAMPIRE)
* Jean-Marc Viller (CALLAWAY)
* Pearl
* Molly Duncan

Bass:

* Tony Franklin (ex-BLUE MURDER, ROBERT PLANT)
* Mat Sinner (PRIMAL FEAR, SINNER, VOODOO CIRCLE)
* Matthias Rethmann (ex-LEEZ, SILVER)
* Nils Middelhauve (XANDRIA)
* Neil Murray (WHITESNAKE)
* Barend Courbois (VENGEANCE)

Guitar:

* Igor Gionola (U.D.O.)
* Andy Midgeley (POWER QUEST)
* Ira Black (ex-VICIOUS RUMORS, LIZZY BORDEN)
* Torsten Koehne (EDEN’S CURSE)
* Doc Heyne (BISS)
* Tommy Denander (DAN REED, PAUL STANLEY)
* Nadja Kossinskaja (PETER MAFFAY)
* Freddy Scherer (GOTTHARD)
* Olaf Lenk (AT VANCE)
* George Solonos (TOMMY LEE)

Keyboards:

* Alessandro Delvecchio (GLENN HUGHES, IAN PAICE)
* Ferdy Doernberg (AXEL RUDI PELL, ROUGH SILK)

Drums:

* Gereon Homann (EAT THE GUN)

“Wolfpakk” will be released on August 26 via AFM Records.

For more information, visit www.wolfpakk.net.

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Rock and Metal News – Lamb of God – Live – Richmond, VA – The National – Played Desolation, Ghost Walking live first time!




Setlist: (What we have so far!)
Desolation Footage: – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iC-j4Lp3Q5A
Ghost Walking
The Undertow
The Number Six
Black Label – Footage!! – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxPJVmKNs0o

Lamb of God played their first Resolution 2012 Tour show in their home town Richmond, VA today at The National. From the tweets we got they supposedly played 4 new songs off their new 2012 record titled Resolution. Those songs were Desolation, Ghost Walking, Undertow and The Number Six. When we have footage of the performance we will post it in the link in the description below!

Creed and Alter Bridge guitaris Mark Tremonti has long promised an upcoming solo album unlike anything fans have heard before. According to Tremonti’s just-launched new website for the Tremonti Project, the wait is almost over!
Tremonti’s new solo album will be titled, “All I Was,” and will be released spring of 2012. According to the site Tremonti will be supported by longtime friends Eric Friedman on backing vocals bass and guitar and Garret Whitlock on drums.

-As BLABBERMOUTH.NET first reported on January 17 Decibel magazine is launching the maiden edition of its annual tour this April. The inaugural Decibel Magazine Tour will feature not just the long-awaited stateside return of BEHEMOTH, but also WATAIN, THE DEVIL’S BLOOD and IN SOLITUDE.

Beginning in April and on 26 date run the Decibel Magazine Tour not only offers four diverse European bands hand-picked by the magazine but doubles as BEHEMOTH’s first U.S. tour since vocalist/guitarist Adam “Nergal” Darski’s well-documented battle with and triumph over leukemia.

SLAYER have teamed up with Jammit to bring you the classic song “Angel Of Death” for this new software. Jammit gives you access to SLAYER’s original multi-track masters with instrument-specific versions available for guitar, bass, drums and vocals featuring precise notation and tablature.

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Rock and Metal News – Mayhem Festival 2014 rumors – Korn, Avenged Sevenfold, Suicide Silence, Killswitch Engage ..?




The 2014 Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival is announcing this year’s cities and venues next Tuesday February 18 at 10AM EST with the lineup announcement coming March 31st and the ticket on sale beginning on April 5th. This year’s tour will include four stages and 19 Bands. A member of Korn has previously mentioned that the two headliners for Mayhem this year will be Korn and Avenged Sevenfold. We are hearing from sources close to us that other bands on the lineup this year may include, Killswitch Engage, Suicide Silence, Cradle of Filth, Trivium, and Devildriver. As of right now those are just rumors nothing official yet. We will keep posting on the Mayhem festival as more bands are rumoured.

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Rock and Metal News – Van Halen – Shirts and Merch – 2012 ‘A DIFFERENT KIND OF TRUTH’ WORLD TOUR!




HERE ARE PICS OF THE OFFICIAL MERCH!!

FOR LIVE UPDATES OF THE SHOW TONIGHT – http://www.twitter.com/RAMNOfficial

VAN HALEN 2012 TOUR “MASTER SET LIST”!:
you really got me
runnin with the devil
unchained
she’s the womane
romeo delight
tattoo
everybody wants some
somebody get me a doctor
china town
mean street
pretty woman
dance the night away
blood and fire
i’ll wait
and the cradle will rock
hot for teacher
woman in love
girl gone bad
outta love again
beautiful girls
ice cream man
panama
aint talkin bout love
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VAN HALEN 2012 NORTH AMERICAN TOUR DATES:
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2/18/12 Louisville, KY KFC Yum! Center 1/16/12
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3/15/12 Montreal, QC Bell Centre 1/14/12 Buy or View Tickets
3/17/12 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre 1/14/12
3/21/12 Ottawa, ON Scotiabank Place 1/14/12
3/24/12 Atlantic City, NJ Boardwalk Hall 1/28/12 Buy or View Tickets
3/28/12 Washington, DC Verizon Center 1/14/12 Buy or View Tickets
3/30/12 Pittsburgh, PA Consol Energy Center 1/14/12 Buy or View Tickets
4/1/12 Rosemont, IL Allstate Arena 1/14/12 Buy or View Tickets
4/10/12 Fort Lauderdale, FL BankAtlantic Center 2/11/12 Buy or View Tickets
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4/19/12 Atlanta, GA Philips Arena 1/28/12 Buy or View Tickets
4/21/12 Greensboro, NC Greensboro Coliseum 1/28/12 Buy or View Tickets
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4/27/12 Nashville, TN Bridgestone Arena 1/28/12 Buy or View Tickets
4/29/12 St. Louis, MO Scottrade Center 2/4/12
5/1/12 Tulsa, OK BOK Center 1/28/12 Buy or View Tickets
5/5/12 Tacoma, WA Tacoma Dome 1/28/12 Buy or View Tickets
5/7/12 Vancouver, BC Rogers Arena 1/28/12 Buy or View Tickets
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5/13/12 Winnipeg, MB MTS Centre 1/28/12
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5/22/12 Kansas City, MO Sprint Center 1/28/12 Buy or View Tickets
5/24/12 Denver, CO Pepsi Center 1/28/12 Buy or View Tickets
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6/5/12 San Jose, CA HP Pavilion 1/28/12 Buy or View Tickets
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6/14/12 San Diego, CA Viejas Arena 1/28/12 Buy or View Tickets
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