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Written on: 01.06.2013 00:15
weiss
Posts: 1261
This is how to get a man crying tears of joy :')

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 01.06.2013 at 00:16.]
Written on: 01.06.2013 08:07
Fredde
Posts: 755
weiss wrote:

This is how to get a man crying tears of joy :')

Hell yeah, almost.
The way it was presented..."by the way".
Coolest ever.
Written on: 01.06.2013 08:28
jan
Posts: 28
Cant get over this, anybody else left with the feeling that Roskilde just told a buttload of people to shut the f*ck up, and everybody loves em for it? icon_smile.gif
Written on: 01.06.2013 08:56
Fredde
Posts: 755
jan wrote:

Cant get over this, anybody else left with the feeling that Roskilde just told a buttload of people to shut the f*ck up, and everybody loves em for it? icon_smile.gif

Exactly my thought. Not just people on the forum or on Facebook, the entire festival world.
"We are Roskilde and we do what we fucking like to do"
Written on: 01.06.2013 09:39
Classic rock dude!
Posts: 2488
Fredde wrote:

jan wrote:

Cant get over this, anybody else left with the feeling that Roskilde just told a buttload of people to shut the f*ck up, and everybody loves em for it? icon_smile.gif

Exactly my thought. Not just people on the forum or on Facebook, the entire festival world.
"We are Roskilde and we do what we fucking like to do"


Well...

there has been a reason behind the criticism. This year is the first time in I don't know how long since the program is as strong as it should be. And before Metallica, the poster was good but quite weak on the top of the bill. It's been almost 10 years without a really strong lineup like they used to have it.

I honestly believe that without the strong criticism the last 5 years or so; RF may not have found back to what it is really about. In my opinion off course- that is to give people big guns they can't see anywhere else and mixed with plenty of up and coming artists.

They finally got the balance right again as far as I am concerned. And that is great news; long may it last!

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 01.06.2013 at 09:40.]
Written on: 01.06.2013 09:50
Fredde
Posts: 755
Classic rock dude! wrote:

Fredde wrote:

jan wrote:

Cant get over this, anybody else left with the feeling that Roskilde just told a buttload of people to shut the f*ck up, and everybody loves em for it? icon_smile.gif

Exactly my thought. Not just people on the forum or on Facebook, the entire festival world.
"We are Roskilde and we do what we fucking like to do"


Well...

there has been a reason behind the criticism. This year is the first time in I don't know how long since the program is as strong as it should be. And before Metallica, the poster was good but quite weak on the top of the bill. It's been almost 10 years without a really strong lineup like they used to have it.

I honestly believe that without the strong criticism the last 5 years or so; RF may not have found back to what it is really about. In my opinion off course- that is to give people big guns they can't see anywhere else and mixed with plenty of up and coming artists.

They finally got the balance right again as far as I am concerned. And that is great news; long may it last!

I think it started with Springsteen last year.
We love to bake a cake, here's the 5kg cherry on top, I hope you like sugar!
Written on: 01.06.2013 10:13
Rock`N`Roll Dude...
Posts: 420
weiss wrote:

This is how to get a man crying tears of joy :')


I will cry with youicon_cool.gif
Written on: 01.06.2013 10:14
Rock`N`Roll Dude...
Posts: 420
Classic rock dude! wrote:

Fredde wrote:

jan wrote:

Cant get over this, anybody else left with the feeling that Roskilde just told a buttload of people to shut the f*ck up, and everybody loves em for it? icon_smile.gif

Exactly my thought. Not just people on the forum or on Facebook, the entire festival world.
"We are Roskilde and we do what we fucking like to do"


Well...

there has been a reason behind the criticism. This year is the first time in I don't know how long since the program is as strong as it should be. And before Metallica, the poster was good but quite weak on the top of the bill. It's been almost 10 years without a really strong lineup like they used to have it.

I honestly believe that without the strong criticism the last 5 years or so; RF may not have found back to what it is really about. In my opinion off course- that is to give people big guns they can't see anywhere else and mixed with plenty of up and coming artists.

They finally got the balance right again as far as I am concerned. And that is great news; long may it last!


LIKE!
Written on: 02.06.2013 12:08
Tobias
Posts: 37
Classic rock dude! wrote:

Fredde wrote:

jan wrote:

Cant get over this, anybody else left with the feeling that Roskilde just told a buttload of people to shut the f*ck up, and everybody loves em for it? icon_smile.gif

Exactly my thought. Not just people on the forum or on Facebook, the entire festival world.
"We are Roskilde and we do what we fucking like to do"


Well...

there has been a reason behind the criticism. This year is the first time in I don't know how long since the program is as strong as it should be. And before Metallica, the poster was good but quite weak on the top of the bill. It's been almost 10 years without a really strong lineup like they used to have it.

I honestly believe that without the strong criticism the last 5 years or so; RF may not have found back to what it is really about. In my opinion off course- that is to give people big guns they can't see anywhere else and mixed with plenty of up and coming artists.

They finally got the balance right again as far as I am concerned. And that is great news; long may it last!


Disagree. I think this is just because you like metal/hard rock. When looking at the headliners, balance is missing. There are four big metal/hard rock names, 1 RnB, 1 old electronica and 2 indie bands. One less metal/hard rock and one big pop rock headliner would have made a balance.

Still happy with the announcement, my friends love this.
Written on: 02.06.2013 17:02
LiLiTH
Posts: 7
HI FELLOW METALLICA FANS!

When do you start getting in line if you want to be in the pit? icon_razz.gif Are we talking at least 10 hours before the show?

If it takes 16 to be front row, I'll arrive 16 hours before Metallica enter the Orange Stage! icon_wink.gif

[This article was edited 2 times, at last 02.06.2013 at 17:08.]
Written on: 02.06.2013 18:18
MasterMaster
Posts: 1462
LiLiTH wrote:

HI FELLOW METALLICA FANS!

When do you start getting in line if you want to be in the pit? icon_razz.gif Are we talking at least 10 hours before the show?

If it takes 16 to be front row, I'll arrive 16 hours before Metallica enter the Orange Stage! icon_wink.gif


Often at Roskilde you can meet up just before the show and still get a place in the pits. With Metallica it'll be a bit harder, but you won't have to be there 16 hours before! I think I'll probably get a few beers and sit in the queue a couple of hours before the pits are opening just to be sure to get a good spot.
If you're not that bothered about being in the front row, don't bother spending all day in line. It can be just as good, if not better, a bit further back in the front pit, or at the front of the second pit.

Often when you come to the queue it'll look extremely long. The first few times I thought there was no way I'd get a place, but you'd be surprised at how many people they actually can fit in the pits.

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 02.06.2013 at 18:19.]
Written on: 02.06.2013 19:06
Classic rock dude!
Posts: 2488
Tobias wrote:

Classic rock dude! wrote:

Fredde wrote:

jan wrote:

Cant get over this, anybody else left with the feeling that Roskilde just told a buttload of people to shut the f*ck up, and everybody loves em for it? icon_smile.gif

Exactly my thought. Not just people on the forum or on Facebook, the entire festival world.
"We are Roskilde and we do what we fucking like to do"


Well...

there has been a reason behind the criticism. This year is the first time in I don't know how long since the program is as strong as it should be. And before Metallica, the poster was good but quite weak on the top of the bill. It's been almost 10 years without a really strong lineup like they used to have it.

I honestly believe that without the strong criticism the last 5 years or so; RF may not have found back to what it is really about. In my opinion off course- that is to give people big guns they can't see anywhere else and mixed with plenty of up and coming artists.

They finally got the balance right again as far as I am concerned. And that is great news; long may it last!


Disagree. I think this is just because you like metal/hard rock. When looking at the headliners, balance is missing. There are four big metal/hard rock names, 1 RnB, 1 old electronica and 2 indie bands. One less metal/hard rock and one big pop rock headliner would have made a balance.

Still happy with the announcement, my friends love this.


Think what you like, I like those styles of music also. icon_wink.gif

I would have loved to see The Weeknd, Frank Ocean, more reggae, more mash ups, more electronica and so on

but

Roskilde is a music festival which has always been mostly about rock. After all, various versions of rock is by far the biggest "category" there is. Off course 4 headliners in the huge rock category is right.

Pop is not the traditional category, and RF is not a "top of the pops event".

In the subliner and bands in small print is where we get our fill of music that isn't the bread and butter of the festival.

So, the balance is correct icon_wink.gif
Written on: 02.06.2013 19:23
Tobias
Posts: 37
Yes rock yes! This is more metal/hard rock. A band like Muse, Blur, etc. could also be classified as rock. Bruce Springsteen last year could also be seen as rock etc. There are lots of kinds of rock, but I think this program leans on the heavy side. You get either really loud rocking headliners or really soft headliners, there is not much in between. A gap that could have been filled with Muse/Blur/Mumford and Sons/etc.
Written on: 02.06.2013 19:46
MasterMaster
Posts: 1462
I'd say the balance between heavy and not-so-heavy rock is pretty good (at least among the headliners). You have Slipknot and Metallica who are heavy, but especially Metallica are mainstream enough to attract a lot of people who aren't necessarily big metal-fans. And then you have QOTSA who are just good ROCK. And The National who are indie. The whole specter is there
Written on: 02.06.2013 20:04
LiLiTH
Posts: 7
MasterMaster wrote:

LiLiTH wrote:

HI FELLOW METALLICA FANS!

When do you start getting in line if you want to be in the pit? icon_razz.gif Are we talking at least 10 hours before the show?

If it takes 16 to be front row, I'll arrive 16 hours before Metallica enter the Orange Stage! icon_wink.gif


Often at Roskilde you can meet up just before the show and still get a place in the pits. With Metallica it'll be a bit harder, but you won't have to be there 16 hours before! I think I'll probably get a few beers and sit in the queue a couple of hours before the pits are opening just to be sure to get a good spot.
If you're not that bothered about being in the front row, don't bother spending all day in line. It can be just as good, if not better, a bit further back in the front pit, or at the front of the second pit.

Often when you come to the queue it'll look extremely long. The first few times I thought there was no way I'd get a place, but you'd be surprised at how many people they actually can fit in the pits.


Thanks for the quick answer. icon_smile.gif

I'm not a Roskilde rookie, so I do know that you can get a great spot without waiting in line for several hours. I just don't want a good spot - I want the spot. icon_wink.gif

I've never waited in line for more than 4 hours at Roskilde (concert-wise). You could probably get in the pit for Metallica by arriving 4 hours before the show, but I don't just want to get in the pit, so... icon_razz.gif

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 02.06.2013 at 20:07.]
Written on: 02.06.2013 20:08
MasterMaster
Posts: 1462
LiLiTH wrote:

MasterMaster wrote:

LiLiTH wrote:

HI FELLOW METALLICA FANS!

When do you start getting in line if you want to be in the pit? icon_razz.gif Are we talking at least 10 hours before the show?

If it takes 16 to be front row, I'll arrive 16 hours before Metallica enter the Orange Stage! icon_wink.gif


Often at Roskilde you can meet up just before the show and still get a place in the pits. With Metallica it'll be a bit harder, but you won't have to be there 16 hours before! I think I'll probably get a few beers and sit in the queue a couple of hours before the pits are opening just to be sure to get a good spot.
If you're not that bothered about being in the front row, don't bother spending all day in line. It can be just as good, if not better, a bit further back in the front pit, or at the front of the second pit.

Often when you come to the queue it'll look extremely long. The first few times I thought there was no way I'd get a place, but you'd be surprised at how many people they actually can fit in the pits.


Thanks for the quick answer. icon_smile.gif

I'm not a Roskilde rookie, so I do know that you can get a great spot without waiting in line for several hours. I just don't want a good spot - I want the spot. icon_wink.gif

I've never waited in line for more than 4 hours at Roskilde (concert-wise). You could probably get in the pit for Metallica by arriving 4 hours before the show, but I don't just want to get in the pit, so... icon_razz.gif


Ah, in that case yeah, I'd get in the queue in the morning and drink beer all day in the queueicon_wink.gif Although I've never done it myself at Roskilde
Written on: 02.06.2013 20:11
Classic rock dude!
Posts: 2488
Tobias wrote:

Yes rock yes! This is more metal/hard rock. A band like Muse, Blur, etc. could also be classified as rock. Bruce Springsteen last year could also be seen as rock etc. There are lots of kinds of rock, but I think this program leans on the heavy side. You get either really loud rocking headliners or really soft headliners, there is not much in between. A gap that could have been filled with Muse/Blur/Mumford and Sons/etc.


I see what you mean now. By pop rock I don't think of Blur, Muse etc as to me pop is more about record sale and being "soft" (Coldplay)

Definitely could have got one more of the big guns in rock, so maybe the balance is only 95% right. Well spotted icon_wink.gif
Written on: 02.06.2013 21:17
Karl
Posts: 15
The last setlist I could find was from Johannesburg april 27th. Seems that they are pleasing us non-Metallica fans more keen on greatest hits party than their later stuff.

The Ecstasy of Gold (Ennio Morricone song)
1.Hit the Lights
2.Master of Puppets
3.Ride the Lightning
4.Harvester of Sorrow
5.Fade to Black
6.The Memory Remains
7.Cyanide
8.Sad but True
9.Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
10.Orion
11.One
12.For Whom the Bell Tolls
13.Blackened
14.Nothing Else Matters
15.Enter Sandman
Encore:
16.Creeping Death
17.Battery
18. Seek & Destroy





Written on: 02.06.2013 21:40
MasterMaster
Posts: 1462
Karl wrote:

The last setlist I could find was from Johannesburg april 27th. Seems that they are pleasing us non-Metallica fans more keen on greatest hits party than their later stuff.

The Ecstasy of Gold (Ennio Morricone song)
1.Hit the Lights
2.Master of Puppets
3.Ride the Lightning
4.Harvester of Sorrow
5.Fade to Black
6.The Memory Remains
7.Cyanide
8.Sad but True
9.Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
10.Orion
11.One
12.For Whom the Bell Tolls
13.Blackened
14.Nothing Else Matters
15.Enter Sandman
Encore:
16.Creeping Death
17.Battery
18. Seek & Destroy








Glad to see they are sticking mostly to their classics! The problem with Metallica shows is that there are SO many songs that I see as MUSTS for each show, that I'm bound to be missing something after the show. Not that I end up being disappointed, of course!

Songs I really want to hear are:
Puppets, Battery, Disposable Heroes, Orion, One, Seek And Destroy, Sanitarium, Disposable Heroes, Blackened, For Whom The Bell Tolls, NEM, Enter Sandman...ok, I'm just going to stop here, because I could really go on for ever.
Written on: 02.06.2013 23:55
I Like Turtles
Posts: 757
Karl wrote:

The last setlist I could find was from Johannesburg april 27th. Seems that they are pleasing us non-Metallica fans more keen on greatest hits party than their later stuff.

The Ecstasy of Gold (Ennio Morricone song)
1.Hit the Lights
2.Master of Puppets
3.Ride the Lightning
4.Harvester of Sorrow
5.Fade to Black
6.The Memory Remains
7.Cyanide
8.Sad but True
9.Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
10.Orion
11.One
12.For Whom the Bell Tolls
13.Blackened
14.Nothing Else Matters
15.Enter Sandman
Encore:
16.Creeping Death
17.Battery
18. Seek & Destroy







It seems like they mostly play the old tunes. Completely kept away from the (Re)Load, Garage Inc and St. Anger albums. When I saw them last year, they of course gave us The Black Album, but nearly half of the remaining songs were from Kill 'Em All. They seem very fond of those songs. Played The Four Horsemen and shit.. awesome
Written on: 03.06.2013 00:01
I Like Turtles
Posts: 757
LiLiTH wrote:

HI FELLOW METALLICA FANS!

When do you start getting in line if you want to be in the pit? icon_razz.gif Are we talking at least 10 hours before the show?

If it takes 16 to be front row, I'll arrive 16 hours before Metallica enter the Orange Stage! icon_wink.gif

We waited in line for Springsteen for 6,5 hours and got a great spot, don't know if that helps? I mean, a Bruce Springsteen-concert = an absolutely exclusive Metallica-concert..
Written on: 03.06.2013 00:12
MasterMaster
Posts: 1462
I Like Turtles wrote:


It seems like they mostly play the old tunes. Completely kept away from the (Re)Load, Garage Inc and St. Anger albums. When I saw them last year, they of course gave us The Black Album, but nearly half of the remaining songs were from Kill 'Em All. They seem very fond of those songs. Played The Four Horsemen and shit.. awesome


Man I would love it if they played The Four Horsemen!! Along with Jump In The Fire, that is the song I've missed from Kill 'em All the times I've seen Metallica

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 03.06.2013 at 00:12.]
Written on: 03.06.2013 02:39
AC/DC
Posts: 1047
Tobias wrote:

Classic rock dude! wrote:

Fredde wrote:

jan wrote:

Cant get over this, anybody else left with the feeling that Roskilde just told a buttload of people to shut the f*ck up, and everybody loves em for it? icon_smile.gif

Exactly my thought. Not just people on the forum or on Facebook, the entire festival world.
"We are Roskilde and we do what we fucking like to do"


Well...

there has been a reason behind the criticism. This year is the first time in I don't know how long since the program is as strong as it should be. And before Metallica, the poster was good but quite weak on the top of the bill. It's been almost 10 years without a really strong lineup like they used to have it.

I honestly believe that without the strong criticism the last 5 years or so; RF may not have found back to what it is really about. In my opinion off course- that is to give people big guns they can't see anywhere else and mixed with plenty of up and coming artists.

They finally got the balance right again as far as I am concerned. And that is great news; long may it last!


Disagree. I think this is just because you like metal/hard rock. When looking at the headliners, balance is missing. There are four big metal/hard rock names, 1 RnB, 1 old electronica and 2 indie bands. One less metal/hard rock and one big pop rock headliner would have made a balance.

Still happy with the announcement, my friends love this.



Roskilde is back with good rock n roll/metal. This was like this back in the good old days and i hope they will always in the future have good lineup like this but still Roskilde is my favorite festival. And we rock fans are happy and i can not wait to see The Mighty Metallica live at Roskilde in next month icon_cool.gif
Written on: 03.06.2013 02:41
AC/DC
Posts: 1047
Karl wrote:

The last setlist I could find was from Johannesburg april 27th. Seems that they are pleasing us non-Metallica fans more keen on greatest hits party than their later stuff.

The Ecstasy of Gold (Ennio Morricone song)
1.Hit the Lights
2.Master of Puppets
3.Ride the Lightning
4.Harvester of Sorrow
5.Fade to Black
6.The Memory Remains
7.Cyanide
8.Sad but True
9.Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
10.Orion
11.One
12.For Whom the Bell Tolls
13.Blackened
14.Nothing Else Matters
15.Enter Sandman
Encore:
16.Creeping Death
17.Battery
18. Seek & Destroy


Awesome setlist. Maybe they will play something from the new album also, could be awesome icon_cool.gif





Written on: 03.06.2013 10:46
DukeofDK
Posts: 119
Karl wrote:

The last setlist I could find was from Johannesburg april 27th. Seems that they are pleasing us non-Metallica fans more keen on greatest hits party than their later stuff.

The Ecstasy of Gold (Ennio Morricone song)
1.Hit the Lights
2.Master of Puppets
3.Ride the Lightning
4.Harvester of Sorrow
5.Fade to Black
6.The Memory Remains
7.Cyanide
8.Sad but True
9.Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
10.Orion
11.One
12.For Whom the Bell Tolls
13.Blackened
14.Nothing Else Matters
15.Enter Sandman
Encore:
16.Creeping Death
17.Battery
18. Seek & Destroy








Fade to Black, Master of Puppets, Orion, Creeping Death, One, Ride the Lightning, Blackened? So they played pretty much all my favorite Metallica-tracks. Yeah, I want this!


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