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Looks like underoath are touring in September

UNDEROATH FULL UK DATES

Manchester Academy 2 - Saturday 6th September

Glasgow Garage - Sunday 7th September

Birmingham Carling Academy 2 - Monday 8th September

Cardiff Uni Solus - Wednesday 10th September

Norwich Waterfront - Thursday 11th September

London Astoria 2 - Friday 12th September

Leeds Cockpit - Saturday 13th September

Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms - Sunday 14th September

These are unofficial dates but hopefully they're right.

Underoath followed by Meshuggah the next night. Sweet!

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That would be great but goin by those dates, there's no time. Although as I said, they are unofficial.

Anyone with Kerrang who can clear this up? Or Mr Milne since I presume it would be in Moshulu if they were to play the Deen.

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Meshuggah deserve their recognition. They're amazing musicians with great songs.

The date in september should finally give me a chance to see them after waiting so long.

Can't wait!

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I had someone come up to me and be like:

"Dude, the new Meshuggah album is soooooooooo amazing, that track "Bleed" is just so good, can't wait to see them live"

and I was like:

"Aha, you should check out some of their older stuff, and if you like 'Bleed' listen to some Fear Factory"

and I just got a blank stare.

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Meshuggah deserve their recognition. They're amazing musicians with great songs.

The date in september should finally give me a chance to see them after waiting so long.

Can't wait!

I totally agree wit you 100% but I think its gay when peoplelike them for the wrong reasons.

It won't be long before "Obzen" is at the back of peoples cupboards.

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i listened to their live tracks on their myspace off the new thing- something about a kaleidoscope. it sounds to me like Spencer just isn't up to it live. the boy behind the kit is good though, hits all his singing parts too.

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Nae you. But i'm sure you have a rough idea who i mean.

in all honesty....no idea.

Hog?

But I'd doubt that, he isnt one to give a shit about "scenes".

PM me.

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I totally agree wit you 100% but I think its gay when peoplelike them for the wrong reasons.

It won't be long before "Obzen" is at the back of peoples cupboards.

Yeah, very true. The article in Rocksound (I think it was that magazine, possibly Kerrang though) was quite interesting about the whole math metal scene and how they want to distance themselves from it.

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that feature was shit.

they said that 33% burnt was the best math metal riff ever. idiots.

and they also recommended a not so great Curl Up And Die track.

funny story, that guy who is above the aberdeen metal scene, "philswitch engage", anyone remember him?

When I worked in One Up and the new Curl Up And Die album came out, he came in on the day of release, took the cover to the counter and was then like "amazing, I have been waiting on this album to come out for so long, what does it sound like?"

what a tool.

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that feature was shit.

they said that 33% burnt was the best math metal riff ever. idiots.

and they also recommended a not so great Curl Up And Die track.

funny story, that guy who is above the aberdeen metal scene, "philswitch engage", anyone remember him?

When I worked in One Up and the new Curl Up And Die album came out, he came in on the day of release, took the cover to the counter and was then like "amazing, I have been waiting on this album to come out for so long, what does it sound like?"

what a tool.

I'm not so familiar with Curl Up and Die, I must admit. Would you recommend them?

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Curl Up And Die are fantastic.

The bassist went on to play for Poison The Well, however, they are the band that best sum up Metallic Hardcore (please note, that I don not mean Metalcore) for me.

All the CD's I have of there's are excellent.

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they said that 33% burnt was the best math metal riff ever. idiots.

the dillinger one? thats a great riff... no? i thought so. probably not the best math metal riff ever though. the song itself is pretty average though.

need to listen to curl up and die, heard nothing but good things.

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' date=' post: 469547"']the dillinger one? thats a great riff... no? i thought so. probably not the best math metal riff ever though. the song itself is pretty average though.

need to listen to curl up and die, heard nothing but good things.

yeah, great riff, but what about that riff in Japam by Botch? Or the verse riff in Cut Self Not by Faraquet, ANYTHING by Dysrhythmia.

Idiots.

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