SOAD

Members
  • Content count

    1,444
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

41 Excellent

About SOAD

  • Rank
    Festival Freak
  • Birthday 03/08/1989

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Cardiff

Recent Profile Visitors

3,064 profile views
  1. They've lost a bit of momentum though so think they'll sub the pit again.
  2. I like a fair few of the choices. However, dont see Disturbed coming back so soon or moving up a slot. Saxon and Crossfaith are both definitely too high. Are Modestep coming back? Babymetal will probably do Reading again before Download. Anthrax are too high. Slaves will prob do second if they do Download. Young Guns are too high, they've lost tons of momentum. Stone Sour would be a great sub but seems too high. Architects are a bit high. Neck Deep twice? Either slot fits though. Unfortunately dont see Tenacious D coming back. Assume Die Antwoord will have finished their tour by next year and imagine wouls go wlsewhere if they do tour. Indeed they do recycle slots alot but again that many times seems alot. Cant think of any bands that have done it THAT regularly. I could understand if they moved up the lineup but the same slot I doubt. Evanescence have actually ended up sub headlining Graspop. Think if they can sub there they would sub Download. Especially since next year will probably be the album tour as doubt it will be out soon enough for fests this year. 30stm on second makes sense but may still be considered too strong for that. If they end up headlining Rock am Ring again I think they'll do main at Download. Unfortunately dont think ES will have the momentum to sub next year. Will probably go for a safer slot at Reading. Already gave my thoughts on Babymetal and Trivium. The rest looks good though.
  3. I'd be happy with this. Dont see Killswitch Engage doing main for the third time in six years. Even for Download that is overkill. I dont think Volbeat will sub either. Subs either need to be "legends" or arena bands. Volbeat are a support at arena tours at best. Ghost are a bit high. They'll get a good slot though. Doubt Trivium will have a new album out by then and not sure why they would come back without one. Amon Amarth will prob do second as well. Second looks good although maybe lacking in metal. Doubt Twin Atlantic will get the same slot again so soon also. My prediction has similar ideas to yours: Friday Bring Me The Horizon Thirty Seconds to Mars Stone Sour Architects Skindred Alice in Chains Saturday Avenged Sevenfold Marilyn Manson All Time Low Gojira Papa Roach Limp Bizkit Sunday Metallica Evanescence Black Stone Cherry Ghost The Darkness Rise Against
  4. Ah ace thank you. Will be able to watch bits and pieces on Friday and Saturday from outside then. Sunday I'm gonna probably go to both shows if it is a similar set up to last year. Not sure if I fancy doing both inside though.
  5. Well really happy with the announcement. In particular Sikth on the main stage will be great and my first time seeing them since their 2007 farewell tour. For those who went to last year do you have to queue for ages to see NXT? Also can you watch it from ouside the tent. Would like to still be able to go to the bar etc.
  6. Im really happy with the lineup so far, however was a bit gutted at the lack of Lady Gaga. Also based on festivals around the time was really hoping for Jimmy Eat World, Belle & Sebastian, Editors, Gogol Bordello, Against Me!, Cage the Elephant, The Kills, Crystal Fighters, White Lies, Lana Del Rey, Pixies, Enter Shikari, The Hives and Don Broco. I have to admit some of them weren't that likely to begin with but still hoping for some to be announced.
  7. Thought I'd give this a go. Expecting other bands to slot in but only put a ??? when I dont think we have the headliner: Friday Pyramid Radiohead The National Royal Blood Kris Kristofferson Father John Misty Clean Bandit Other Major Lazer Boy Better Know Haim London Grammar George Ezra British Sea Power Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes West Holts ??? Sleaford Mods Little Dragon Park First Aid Kit The Can Project Mark Lanegan Band John Peel Dizzee Rascal Kate Tempest Saturday Pyramid Foo Fighters Biffy Clyro Lorde Kaiser Chiefs Craig David Sampha Other Alt-J Stormzy Emeli Sande Glass Animals Wiley Circa Waves Declan Mckenna West Holts The Jacksons Solange The Avalanches Toots & the Maytals BadBadNotGood Park Warpaint Ride The Lemon Twigs John Peel Run the Jewels Goldfrapp Sunday Pyramid Ed Sheeran Katy Perry Chic Barry Gibb Laura Marling Shaggy Other The XX Justice Phoenix The Courteeners Rag N Bone Man Wild Beasts West Holts The Flaming Lips Anderson .Paak & the Free Nationals Park ??? Future Islands Angel Olsen John Peel Metronomy Cinematic Orchestra
  8. Obviously all depends on clashes but here's like a top ten (no particular order): Radiohead - Street Spirit The National - Mistaken for Strangers Katy Perry - ET The Flaming Lips - Fight Test Run the Jewels - Call Ticketron Metronomy - Corinne Foo Fighters - White Limo Biffy Clyro - Glitter & Trauma Father John Misty - I Love You Honeybear Phoenix - Lisztomania
  9. Really really excited to see her. Would have loved Gaga but this is about as good as it gets for pure pop. Only worry is she has so many hits its gonna be tough to fit them in. For example I'll be absolutely gutted if we dont get ET.
  10. Do Glastonbury and Download suddenly have the same fanbase?
  11. Friday Paramore Twenty One Pilots Wolf Alice Crystal Fighters Neck Deep Drenge Foster the People Saturday Arctic Monkeys Boy Better Know Enter Shikari Babymetal The Wombats Cabbage Panic! at the Disco Sunday My Chemical Romance Vampire Weekend Stormzy Nothing But Thieves Don Broco Creeper The Chainsmokers
  12. Im happy about Ride. Need to check out most of the other music added. Some of the non music related stuff sounds interesting as well although considering how strong the music is I'm not sure how much of that I'll get to see.
  13. I think they are going to be a highlight at Download this year. One of the best live bands I've seen and incredible on record as well. I'm sure they'll do the a winter tour and get a bump up to bigger venues.
  14. To be fair I did the setlist before their tour started. I'd put in Down Below and maybe an older track like VCR, Gloom or Astral Projection instead.
  15. Biffy Clyro Wolves of Winter Living is a Problem Because Everything Dies Sounds Like Balloons Biblical Victory Over the Sun Glitter and Trauma Bubbles Friends and Enemies The Captain Modern Magic Formula Black Chandelier Re-Arrange Machines Toys, Toys, Toys, Choke, Toys, Toys, Toys Animal Style In the Name of the Wee Man That Golden Rule Booooom, Blast & Ruin On A Bang Many of Horror Stingin' Belle Medicine Different People Mountains System of a Down Attack Prison Song I-E-A-I-A-I-O Aerials Soldier Side - Intro BYOB Revenga Know Needles Deer Dance Bounce Radio/Video Hypnotize Mr Jack Psycho Chop Suey! Lonely Day Question! Lost in Hollywood Vicinity of Obscenity Spiders War? Cigaro Toxicity Suite-Pee Sugar A Day To Remember The Downfall of Us All Paranoia 2nd Sucks Right Back At It Again I'm Made of Wax, Larry, What Are You Made Of? We Got This Bad Vibrations Have Faith in Me Justified My Life For Hire Sometimes You're the Hammer, Sometimes You're the Nail All Signs Point to Lauderdale Naivety All I Want If It Means Alot to You The Plot to Bomb the Panhandle