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radiohead/thom yorke/atoms for peace


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Written on: 08.01.2013 13:21
Unison
Posts: 30
Thom yorke was saying last night on a uk radio show that he would be at glastonbury in some capacity. He didnt specify if this would be with radiohead/solo or with atoms for peace, atoms for peace release there debut album next month.

Glastonbury is very close to roskilde weekend, so what are the chances do you reckon from you roskilde veterans?
Written on: 19.02.2013 17:16
Eulogist
Posts: 4
Atom for peace just released AMOK. Amazing stuff. Perfect roskilde music.
Also Zeromancer (old Seigmen) just released "bye, bye borderline". very good industrial rock.

Zeromancer top the European alternative charts for the 4´th week in a row after the release. just saying.
Written on: 26.02.2013 04:02
Roswall
Posts: 1
Best. Idea. Ever. Get. Them. Now.!
Written on: 26.02.2013 17:23
michael lauridsen
Posts: 4
Exeeeeeeeeelent idea - Atoms for Peace ROCKS max.
Written on: 27.02.2013 08:34
Coldblooded
Posts: 1228
Atoms for Peace are also booked for the EXIT Festival in Serbia, the week after Roskilde. They would be a perfect headliner for RF too.
Written on: 28.02.2013 00:10
I Like Turtles
Posts: 760
This would be great and it's an obvious headliner. I'm just curious as to how they will deal with the lenght of a headliner-concert. I mean, Amok is only 44 minutes long!? Them Crooked Vultures played a standard-lenght concert in 2010, with one album to their name, but got criticized by the media for dragging their songs too much. And their album is 1,1 hour. How will Atoms For Peace play the 75 minutes that are expected for a headliner? Don't think Mr. Yorke will pass the time with some good old Radiohead... maybe something from his solowork The Eraser?
Written on: 28.02.2013 08:25
Rausty
Posts: 4
Atoms for Peace originally formed to play Thom Yorke's The Eraser. If you look up some of their old concert setlists, you can see that they consist of The Eraser and some Radiohead B-sides.

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Written on: 04.03.2013 18:02
Rausty
Posts: 4
AFP Tour dates!

The July 2013 dates are:

Saturday 6th: France - Paris Zenith

Tuesday 9th: Belgium - Antwerp Lotto Arena

Wednesday 10th: Germany - Munich Zenith

Friday 12th: Slovakia - Pohada Festival [onsale now]

Saturday 13th: Serbia - Exit Festival [onsale now]

Tuesday 16th: Italy - Rome: Rock in Roma @ Ippodromo delle Capannelle

Wednesday 17th: Italy - Milan: City Sound Festival @ Ippodromo del Galoppo

Sunday 21st: Germany - Berlin Melt Festival [onsale now]

Wednesday 24th: UK - London Roundhouse

Thursday 25th: UK - London Roundhouse

Friday 26th: UK - London Roundhouse
Written on: 04.03.2013 19:59
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1154
So a Roskilde date is absolutely a possibility.
Written on: 05.03.2013 10:18
AC/DC
Posts: 1055
I hope not. Thom yorke is so boring live. Worst concert i have ever been to was Radiohead in 2008 at Roskilde. Sorry to say this
Written on: 05.03.2013 10:32
Cliché Guevara
Posts: 174
AC/DC wrote:

I hope not. Thom yorke is so boring live. Worst concert i have ever been to was Radiohead in 2008 at Roskilde. Sorry to say this


lol
Written on: 05.03.2013 12:15
Lord Beef Jerky
Posts: 1507
lol indeed!
Written on: 05.03.2013 15:20
AC/DC
Posts: 1055
Lord Beef Jerky wrote:

lol indeed!


Like Gene Simmons of Kiss saya Thom yorke looks like on stage that he feels so sad and bad. He gives nothing back to the crowd. I t s more fun to watch band who have more stage performance but Thom yorke doesnt have the stage perfomance
Written on: 05.03.2013 16:28
Rausty
Posts: 4
I saw Thom with Radiohead last year, and it was the best concert I have been to. Thom and the rest of the band were extremely happy, constantly joking with the crowd and really had an amazing energi. Thom kept dancing all over the stage on the wilder songs, and on songs like karma police he made lots of eye contact, and sang harmonies with the crowd.
Must have been a bad show that you watched icon_smile.gif

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Written on: 05.03.2013 17:16
lembef
Posts: 17
AC/DC wrote:

I hope not. Thom yorke is so boring live. Worst concert i have ever been to was Radiohead in 2008 at Roskilde. Sorry to say this


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cOV6aVI3UY
Written on: 05.03.2013 19:29
Tobias
Posts: 37
If AFP comes I hope they won't take a headliner spot. Otherwise I don't mind.
Written on: 05.03.2013 19:41
Coldblooded
Posts: 1228
Tobias wrote:

If AFP comes I hope they won't take a headliner spot. Otherwise I don't mind.
If they come, they will, that's for certain.
Written on: 05.03.2013 21:52
I Like Turtles
Posts: 760
Can't stop listening to Amok, it's quite amazing! And have been looking at their early concert-setlists which contains a lot of Thom Yorke's incredible album Eraser. With those two albums, as well as Radiohead B-sides, this would be my absolute favorite band on this year's poster!

Really don't get how anybody can say that Thom Yorke is boring live?! WTF?! Radiohead in Lisbon last summer was one of my favorite-concerts that year, and I went to 115.. Have not seen him fail yet. If Thom Yorke took a shit and made a song out of it, it would probably sound better than 90 % of the rest of the world's music
Written on: 05.03.2013 22:09
AC/DC
Posts: 1055
I Like Turtles wrote:

Can't stop listening to Amok, it's quite amazing! And have been looking at their early concert-setlists which contains a lot of Thom Yorke's incredible album Eraser. With those two albums, as well as Radiohead B-sides, this would be my absolute favorite band on this year's poster!

Really don't get how anybody can say that Thom Yorke is boring live?! WTF?! Radiohead in Lisbon last summer was one of my favorite-concerts that year, and I went to 115.. Have not seen him fail yet. If Thom Yorke took a shit and made a song out of it, it would probably sound better than 90 % of the rest of the world's music



Did you went to 115 Radiohead concerts ?

I think Radioehead was good in the 90 s but anymore
Written on: 06.03.2013 00:03
I Like Turtles
Posts: 760
AC/DC wrote:

I Like Turtles wrote:

Can't stop listening to Amok, it's quite amazing! And have been looking at their early concert-setlists which contains a lot of Thom Yorke's incredible album Eraser. With those two albums, as well as Radiohead B-sides, this would be my absolute favorite band on this year's poster!

Really don't get how anybody can say that Thom Yorke is boring live?! WTF?! Radiohead in Lisbon last summer was one of my favorite-concerts that year, and I went to 115.. Have not seen him fail yet. If Thom Yorke took a shit and made a song out of it, it would probably sound better than 90 % of the rest of the world's music



Did you went to 115 Radiohead concerts ?

I think Radioehead was good in the 90 s but anymore

Aah, not quite icon_biggrin.gif Just 115 overall.
Have only heard positive reviews from people attending a Radiohead show. When I saw Radiohead I had just attended concerts with Metallica, Black Sabbath, Tenacious D, Bruce Springsteen, Soundgarden, 2x The Cure and 2x Lamb Of God (just to name a few), but Radiohead topped all of those concerts. But hey, I guess it's a matter of taste
Written on: 20.03.2013 20:45
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1154
A show at Heineken Music Hall in Amsterdam is booked for Sunday the 7th so if they visit Roskilde it would be Thursday or Friday and it would also mean that they would start the European leg of their tour at Roskilde and what a start it would be.icon_biggrin.gif
Written on: 20.03.2013 20:46
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1154
A show at Heineken Music Hall in Amsterdam is booked for Sunday the 7th so if they visit Roskilde it would be Thursday or Friday and it would also mean that they would start the European leg of their tour at Roskilde and what a start it would be.icon_biggrin.gif
Written on: 27.03.2013 03:14
Thorbjørn
Posts: 100
AC/DC wrote:

Lord Beef Jerky wrote:

lol indeed!


Like Gene Simmons of Kiss saya Thom yorke looks like on stage that he feels so sad and bad. He gives nothing back to the crowd. I t s more fun to watch band who have more stage performance but Thom yorke doesnt have the stage perfomance


Personally I quite like Thom Yorke on stage.

http://gifrific.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/thom-yorke-radiohead-dancing.gif

I think maybe Radiohead/Atoms For Peace is just not for you. I saw Radiohead last November and they were brilliant. Not the best concert, I've ever been to, nor the best concert of last year. Still damn good, and I'd love to see Atoms For Peace at this year's festival.


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