, attached to 1999-07-15

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw Yet another glorious from front to back kind of show.

You go from PYITE into a classic 99' style ghost with a touch of pulsing Trey shredding layered in. This show is so good you can you Axilla as an example as a standout. Just a powerful version, maybe the best I've ever heard. YEM is slightly longer than usual and the boys really start charging towards the end, just fast and intense.

And then you have the second set. Not too much to say here that hasn't been said before. Meatstick is standard with a little stretch on it (when you subtract the time Trey speaks to the audience). And of course the legendary SOAM/Kung Jam, that sounds like a squeaky weather vein with ambient layered goodness. And of course CDT just shreds.

Yet another 5 for '99.


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