I'd imagine you wouldn't want to see anything but a full headlining set from them. Saw them in May and even if you don't like the music, the sheer theatrics and showmanship was the best thing all year, better than Peter Gabriel (my #1 show)
Originally Posted by TomAz
Hey here's an idea. You know those people who are desperately poor, down on their luck, uneducated, abused, and generally ill-equipped for life? Let's make fun of them.
-Mastodon rocked in 09, though they did have some technical problems with sound levels.
-System Of A Down is a toss-up for me, I wouldn't really want to look foward to the hordes upons hordes of morons that they'd bring in, even though at some point everyone seemed to like them between 2002-2006. I'd also only want to hear songs from only the first two LPs.
-Dillinger Escape Plan was really underwhelming.
-I saw Rammstein in 98 and it was fine, considering the bill they were on but it'd be a mistake for Paul Tollett to bring them, actually it would be rather stupid.
-I picked Isis (even though they are no more).
There's a few bands that should be considered that weren't on the list, namely:
- A Perfect Circle
- Killing Joke
- King Crimson
- Bad Brains
- Will Haven
- Revolting Cocks
Bad Brains would be awesome to see. They actually have a new album out, and I think they're doing Lolla, or one of those shows, so it's at least possible that they'll be at Coachella this year as they're touring and festival-ready.
the shows they've done the last couple years have been pretty good.
April 14-16 - Coachella
April 22 - Sleep
May 4 - The Weeknd
May 20 - Mastodon/EODM/Russian Circles
May 30 - Conan/North
June 9 - Sigur Rós
July 3 - Roger Waters
July 30 - Panorama Festival
August 17-20 - Psycho Las Vegas
September 9 - Green Day
October 6-8 - ACL wknd. 1