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Discussion in 'General Music Discussion' started by Ralyks, Aug 13, 2019.
saw that. strongly considering going to the NY show
I too am seriously just thinking of throwing a pair of tickets on a credit card for the NY show. Provided it doesn't sell out in 20 seconds. Which it probably will.
That's the fun!
I hope to see you guys at the NYC show.
On a side note: Interesting choice to have Scott Ian onboard as a guitarist and Dave Lombardo onboard as a drummer. I guess it fits considering the demo material that they'll be playing.
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As always, all the good shows are in Cali and NY only. Screw you, beach boys!
I'm surprised there advertising playing THEIR EARLY DEMO of all things.
So yeah, Patton said they're only doing the demo and it's basically a Thrash show (hence Lombardo and Ian). I almost tried to grab presale tickets today but decided I wasn't sure I had the money. Giving myself until payday tomorrow to decide if I want to attempt to get regular sale tickets before they sell out in 7 seconds.
On that note, I've been rocking the hell out of the s/t again, and trying to learn My Ass Is On Fire on guitar. Also, my 4 year old son likes to dance to Squeeze Me Macaroni. I don't know if I'm proud, or a bad dad.
You should be proud that you are a bad dad because you have a cool kid.
Second nights added to each stop. There may be hope yet.
My ass, squeeze me, Travolta, girls of porn.. EARLY 2000s RIFF BIBLE FOR A FLEDGLING METALHEAD! ;-)
RRRRRrrrrreeee - Dun - DANT! rrRRREEE - DDUHHHHHNnnn - dant. reeee - duhnnn ..........
.....DANT! REEEeeee - duhn - dant!! X a shitload
I can’t imagine they’re only going to do the demo, that would be around 35 minutes of music.
Fuckin' A, man...already almost $200 for the cheapest GA tickets.
I had alarms set, I had the app up for the first NYC date, I had the website pulled up on a browser for the second NYC date, I had a good place in the line/queue...and tickets were all sold out within the first five minutes. Within only a few minutes, tickets from scalpers began popping up on the resale sites for over five times the initial price. (Initial price was $45, and the resale price is over $200.)
This is exactly what is wrong with the business of digital ticketing. Literally every ticket is getting scalped. How many true Mr. Bungle fans (or Mike Patton fans) now will sadly not be able to attend any of these monumental shows to witness the band performing their 1986 demo? Think about it.
That's according to Patton on the Mr Bungle Facebook. It's only Trey, Mike, and Trevor from the original line up. I'd guess they'll do some other thrash covers, hence Lombardo and Ian being there, plus Mr Bungles penchant for just breaking out in random covers live.
Insane, I'm just reading this now after a morning of listening to Mr. Bungle for the first time in ages. Of course, I won't be going, but if a live album comes out of this, right aaaahn!!!!
It's cool that Scott and Lombardo are in on it but I don't really see why a mr bungle reunion would be worth the hype unless it's their actual albums they're touring.