Photos: Slipknot & Lamb of God at Darien Lake
Slipknot headlined Darien Lake PAC Wednesday night. Lamb of God opened. Also performing were Bullet for my Vallentine and Motionless in White.
Pictured below photos of Lamb of God:
Pictured below photos of Bullet for my Vallentine:
Motionless in White:
Some sick performers.....and the people who go to this events.
I'm pretty sure that's what most parents said about The Beatles.
Yer gettin' old, man!
I have never been to any of these performers concerts, but I have to say these are some GREAT pictures!! I keep looking at them just because they depict what great performers these guys are. Whether you like them or not, they have all been around quite a while, are hard working and have a lot of talent in what they do. I am open to any kind of music. And I am also old enough to remember when our parents thought Elvis Presley was the devil in disguise. Now his music is considered almost a lullaby. These are musicians and performers, they don't promote or advocate violence, nor do they physically hurt anyone. No different than someone who decides to write a crime novel or gorey book.
And once again, AMAZING pictures of some people doing what they do best.
I also think its interesting to note that Corey Taylor, the lead singer of Slipknot was MOST heavily influenced by the music of Elvis Presley... Not so sick after all....
Free to listen to the music we want to
and Free to speak our minds. Even here. Point well taken
Yeah, Tom... those people who perform in bizarre outfits... sickos***
(***before I start getting a, ummm, boatload of negatives, IT'S A JOKE making fun of Tom's "they wear funny outfits therefore they are sick" foolishness)
They are all very talented bands!!!
Steve, these bands aren't my cup of tea (surprise!) but the pictures rock. Awesome! And thanks!
Was Lamb Of God a Jewish band?
Thanks Billie! It was a great show and performance by all the bands. The musicians are very talented in this genre. Although at times the lyrics were not quite my cup of tea for my own personal taste. They had quite a following and the followers really applauded and enjoyed it. I did this as a challenge to myself to hear other performers music I had not heard.