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View Poll Results: You want TesseracT+Periphery gigs in Europe in 2010?
Hell yes! 46 64.79%
I'm just jealous because I don't live in Europe 25 35.21%
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Unread 10-25-2009, 10:30 AM   #201
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It's a lot more difficult than just saying 'HELLS YEAH!! LETS TOUR EUROPE'. Misha and the dudes would all have to get visa's first off, which is a pain in the ass like you wouldnt believe. Then they have to make enough money to play over here and not make themselves bankrupt. As much as both Tess and Periphery are awesome bands they dont have the following they need to make that cash, and even with a band like Textures headlining it would be a massive push to make the funds up to do such a venture.

Dont mean to be a spoilsport, i love both bands and i wish Periphery would come over and tour, but i dont see it happening any time soon

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Unread 10-25-2009, 10:33 AM   #202
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If and when Threat Signal do a European tour, I think they'd make great supports for them.
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Unread 10-25-2009, 10:36 AM   #203
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i just read the first part of the thread title, and my prostate tingled, almost milking itself. i think that should be enough of an answer as to what i would think of this

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Unread 10-25-2009, 10:36 AM   #204
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If and when Threat Signal do a European tour, I think they'd make great supports for them.
Been there done that

i nagged Travis for weeks to headline my bands tour in January with Subversion, they were having none of it for the reasons i stated above. If someone can find 10,000 for me to get Threat Signal and Periphery over here to tour, id quite gladly sort one out

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i nagged Travis for weeks to headline my bands tour in January with Subversion, they were having none of it for the reasons i stated above. If someone can find 10,000 for me to get Threat Signal and Periphery over here to tour, id quite gladly sort one out
Shame, Travis said they were working on a European tour I guess they're supporting someone else to make it worthwhile.
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Unread 10-25-2009, 10:57 AM   #206
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We need to find a big famous band to headline, maybe even two
Any ideas?
Textures AND Threat Signal would be nice, but not very realistic I'm afraid..
As would Dream Theater, Between The Buried And Me, Nevermore and (dare I say it) Meshuggah but whether they're actually willing to headline yet alone tour Europe in 2010 is a mystery
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Unread 10-25-2009, 10:58 AM   #207
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Unread 10-25-2009, 11:01 AM   #208
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I was gonna go see August Burns Red but the gig sold out. Too bad. But they are probably going to play a 25 minute set anyway and I don't like the other bands, so it's not too big of a deal.
I hope you manage to set something up dude, I would be eternally grateful
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Unread 10-25-2009, 11:02 AM   #209
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We need to find a big famous band to headline, maybe even two
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Textures AND Threat Signal would be nice, but not very realistic I'm afraid..
As would Dream Theater, Between The Buried And Me, Nevermore and (dare I say it) Meshuggah but whether they're actually willing to headline yet alone tour Europe in 2010 is a mystery
They said they aren't planning another album till 2011 so they have time I suppose A Threat Signal + Meshuggah tour would make me wet.
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Unread 10-25-2009, 11:27 AM   #210
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ABR plays 50 mins
srsly? that's surprising. And also a little off topic
Well, too bad, I'll see them in February with JFAC and BTBAM
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I think Meshuggah, Tesseract, periphery, and textures would be a sweet tour
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Unread 10-25-2009, 11:43 AM   #213
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I think Meshuggah, Tesseract, periphery, and textures would be a sweet tour
That would make everyone wet, but I doubt it's possible
Hope it is though
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Unread 10-25-2009, 12:29 PM   #214
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Unread 10-25-2009, 12:31 PM   #215
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No.

They should tour South America instead.

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They should tour South America instead.
Well, maybe if it's a huge succes in Europe they will..
Note that TesseracT IS gigging in Europe in 2010, that's why I made this thread in the first place
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Haha perhaps i should have been a bit clearer, although touring in europe and doing a tour with tesseract would definitely be cool, its really a question of how feasible it is for both of us, and at least in our case, thats more of a management/label/booking agent decision.
case in point:
meshuggah and dillinger have been wanting to tour together forever, but it just hasnt worked out for a number of reasons
what im getting at is that unfortunately there is a lot more involved in setting up a tour than who the bands want to tour with, and oftentimes the bands dont get much if any say as to who they tour with (especially when you are a n00b band like us)
Also i can't speak for tesseract, but i know that we definitely can't hold our own as a headliner on something as substantial as an out of country tour, so at least we would need to be in support of a much bigger act to get agents/label/management interested in sending us out. At the end of the day, it may be unfortunate, but its a business and it has to be profitable for all parties involved (other than us really haha, but thats nice too) because these guys have to make a living as well hehe.

So yes, on paper we are 100% down, if someone books this and sets it up and arranges things so that we could even just break even off of it, we would be down (hint hint, start booking, hit up our management if you are able to arrange something like this)
I will say that we are definitely focusing on the album now, and hopefully as of the album getting released it will be a lot easier to at least get us to europe.
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what im getting at is that unfortunately there is a lot more involved in setting up a tour than who the bands want to tour with, and oftentimes the bands dont get much if any say as to who they tour with



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ohhh yeeees. I live in Slovakia... if they'd stop by in Austria, Czech republic, Hungary or Poland, in any of these countries I would definitely go see them.. 100%.. i am willing to travel let's say 400km, so please D: anyone.. make it happen
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Haha perhaps i should have been a bit clearer, although touring in europe and doing a tour with tesseract would definitely be cool, its really a question of how feasible it is for both of us, and at least in our case, thats more of a management/label/booking agent decision.
case in point:
meshuggah and dillinger have been wanting to tour together forever, but it just hasnt worked out for a number of reasons
what im getting at is that unfortunately there is a lot more involved in setting up a tour than who the bands want to tour with, and oftentimes the bands dont get much if any say as to who they tour with (especially when you are a n00b band like us)
Also i can't speak for tesseract, but i know that we definitely can't hold our own as a headliner on something as substantial as an out of country tour, so at least we would need to be in support of a much bigger act to get agents/label/management interested in sending us out. At the end of the day, it may be unfortunate, but its a business and it has to be profitable for all parties involved (other than us really haha, but thats nice too) because these guys have to make a living as well hehe.

So yes, on paper we are 100% down, if someone books this and sets it up and arranges things so that we could even just break even off of it, we would be down (hint hint, start booking, hit up our management if you are able to arrange something like this)
I will say that we are definitely focusing on the album now, and hopefully as of the album getting released it will be a lot easier to at least get us to europe.
I know, just hoped someone here had the right connections to set it all up.
So if you have, you know what to do unknown person

Anyway, you know what you have to do once you get the chance
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We had to cancel a couple of shows as they were interfearing with our recording schedule which is the most important thing at the moment. Must finish album! Don't really want to do the november ones as its time we could do with for recording vocals. 2010 is for the gigging! :p
ahh i see! i was thinking it might be something to do with recording and the album etc. thats a pretty good reason seeing as its exactly what my main band Season's End has done for most of this year to get our 2nd and 3rd album done.

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Would love something like that! But yeah travelling US > Europe or vice versa is pricey for bands. Maybe in the future! Would be awesome! Travis from signal has mentioned the idea about doing some gigs together...again would love to....the hard bit is making it happen hehe.

And yaaaaaa textures headline! dammmmm goooooood band/live band. I've started to prefer them live to meshuggah.
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I would be there in a shot for either of those bands, both together would be absolute aural-sex. But at the same time Im fairly in to the business side of things so I understand its not as easy as "ZOMG lets go do a t0ur!!!1!!", so all I can really do is wish both bands the very best of luck, and just cross my nuts that something like this could happen at some point.


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It's hard to guage the fanbase over here - although alot of people havn't heard of you guys, pretty much everyone I've introduced you to has been fans. What I'd give to see Periphery, may be able to see Tesseract considering they're british and seem to be starting to play about.

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How about we get a proper US tour out of the way before we go to Europe? (Didn't come to San Francisco before )
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