Concert Bucketlist

October 31, 2018 | Comments

So this year I went to a bunch of concerts. Two of those concerts (Alexisonfire and Coheed and Cambria) were big wish listers for me and this got me thinking. What other artists do I want to see live? L’Arc~en~Ciel I know for sure that I want to see L’Arc~en~Ciel live in concert. L’Arc~en~Ciel is a band I got into around junior high. Thanks to the power of the Internet, I know approximately the first time I fell in love with L’Arc~en~Ciel.

Album Reaction: Vaxis - Act I: Unheavenly Creatures by Coheed and Cambria

October 10, 2018 | Comments

Vaxis - Act I: Unheavenly Creatures Track Listing Prologue The Dark Sentencer Unheavenly Creatures Toys Black Sunday Queen of the Dark True Ugly Love Protocol The Pavillion (A Long Way Back) Night-Time Walkers The Gutter All on Fire It Walks Among Us Old Flames Lucky Stars DISCLAIMER: This is a reaction blog post which is mostly incoherent rambling and (you guessed it) real-time reactions to the songs.

Thoughts on Coheed and Cambria

September 19, 2018 | Comments

Disclaimer: This is not a concert review and really is just me rambling about a band I like Last Saturday, I went to go see Coheed and Cambria live. Coheed and Cambria is a progressive rock band. Prog rock is a genre that’s hard to define without hearing it. The way I see it, prog rock is definitely a more artsy genre. It’s usually complex musically and lyrically incorporating several genres such as jazz and pop but still maintaining an aggressive and heavy rock sound.

Thoughts on Alexisonfire and Billy Talent

August 1, 2018 | Comments

Disclaimer: This is not a concert review and this post contains swearing One of the things on my 25 before 25 bucket list was to go see a concert. The last concert I went to when I made my bucket list was the Japanese band Lix at an anime convention back in 2012 (but that slipped my mind when I wrote it and I said the last concert I went to was a My Chemical Romance concert).

My Chemical Romance in Concert

April 8, 2011 | Comments

Last night, I had my very first concert experience. That’s right, I saw My Chemical Romance. It was amazingly awesome. For some reason though, I expected it to be much more… Epic. A lot of people here on Mibba describe their first concert like it was the best orgasm of life. But for me, it was kinda awkward and surreal. I can’t believe that the band was really in front of me.






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