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Carcass, Deafheaven and Inter Arma at Emporium in Patchogue, NY on Nov 20, 2016

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Inter Arma

Opening up the show was Inter Arma from Richmond Virginia. Their set was short but sweet. The opened the show with “The Long Road Home” and got the crowds attention. There was a silent chill during “Transfiguration” which is a 9-minute song on the album that translated to almost 15 minutes live. The crowd watched in awe as the band started playing “An Archer In The Emptiness” and ending their set. A positive cheer from the crowd ended their set on a high note.

1. The Long Road Home
2. Transfiguration
3. An Archer in the Emptiness

Deafheaven

Next is San Francisco metallers – Deafheaven. The crowd gathered around the stage as the lights slowly dimmed and members of the band started to come out and start the show with “Brought to the Water”. The lights remained dim through the set. Frontman George Clarke was super energetic playing to the crowd and interacting with some of the fans that were very close to the stage. Fans in the back started head banging in unison with George. Other members of the band were just standing there getting lost in the music they were playing. They ended the set with “Unrequired” which got a reaction out of the crowd as they ended their set.

1. Brought to the Water
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2. From the Kettle Onto the Coil
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3. Come Back
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4. Dream House
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5. Irresistible
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6. Unrequited

Carcass

Finally, the Extreme metallers from Liverpool took the stage. The crowd screamed with joy as Jeff Walker the front man of Carcass came out. The first song “Capital Bolt Pistol” resulted in fans starting to heavily mosh which was the start of a very good night. Photographers had to shoot from either the sides or the back of the venue. Establishing their dominance, they continued playing songs from their old album and new album “Surgical Steel”. The band continued to play through songs that made some fans lose it. One of those songs was “Genital Grinder / Pyosisified (Rotten to the Gore)”. The band took some time to interact with the crowd asking them a question like “Who hasn’t seen us yet?”. Fans literally had bags of the band’s merch with them as they partied hard. Carcass ended the night with “Mount of Execution” as fans cheered them as they walked off the stage.

1. Captive Bolt Pistol
2. Buried Dreams
3. Incarnated Solvent Abuse
4. Carnal Forge
5. No Love Lost
6. Cadaver Pouch Conveyor System
7. 316L Grade Surgical Steel
8. Genital Grinder / Pyosisified (Rotten to the Gore)
9. Exhume to Consume / Reek of Putrefaction
10. Unfit for Human Consumption
11. This Mortal Coil
12. Keep On Rotting in the Free World
13. Corporal Jigsore Quandary
14. Heartwork
15. Mount of Execution

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