I saw a jazz band in a jazz club in NYC. The drummer was doing polyrythms between his two feet and his two hands at the same time
I saw BB king and his band at Royal Albert Hall (London) 3 years before his death, with the participation of Slash and Ronnie Wood
Muse @ Wembley Stadium, hands down.
Linkin Park (live in Texas 2004)
Rammstein last year. Gonna go this year again.
SOAD - São Paulo 2011
Adana Twins - 2016
Hernan Cattaneo (Tomorrowland) - 2016
"I was 11", so you remembered nothing of it then. Cool!
Dream Theater in Rome sadly with Mangini
Though call. Not sure I can really decide, so many great experiences:
Dire Straits (yes, I am that old)
Sting (back before he got boring)
Bryan Adams (also before he got boring)
Disneyland after Dark
Pet Shop Boys
Ask if you want details on one of them.
I think a lot of these replies are just bands you like that you saw live, there's a big difference between a good band and a good live band
I've seen quite a few bands live but tbh a lot of them disappointed by pretty much just coming on stage, playing some songs, talk to the crowd a bit, play some more, and end
Best live band I've seen is probably rammstein, only seen them twice both at Download but both were pretty epic, what more could you want other than a til lindermann beating and raping his keyboard player before turning to the crowd and spunking white foam all over everyone while the whole stage including band members and instruments are on fire
Iron Maiden are pretty good too, last i saw them they got a Spitfire to do a fly over before performing aces high
Devin Townsend was nothing less than perfect.
AC/DC in Roskilde during their comeback-tour a few years ago.
i saw Wu-Tang clan but unfortunately method man was sick and @ home :(
Foo Fighters 2012, 2015, 2018
Queens of Stone Age 2013, 2014, 2018
Suicideboys February 2018 in Milan as my first concert, and only one up to this date.
Would love to go to Metallica's one or Slipknot's one whenever they'll come
Linkin Park/Rise Against (Maximus Festival - may 2017)
Rush - R40
My favorite band and they played amazing that year, Geddy Lee sounded his best in a very long time and played all of their albums in the last 40 years was an amazing experience
Linkin Park, Chorzów 2007
it was fucking great
Rammstein crymore disabled
Either Dance Gavin Dance or Daughters. Dance Gavin Dance is easily one of the most enjoyable live experience ever just a massive enrgy throughout the crowd and the band is spot on in terms of performance. Daughters was just more of a what the fuck did I experience type of thing but yet I haven't stopped talking about seeing them. Their lead singer is literally crazy. While their music is far from easily approachable and I'm not a fan of it all the inasnity of their live performance will always bring me back.
Went to see Guns N Roses in an outdoor venue holding 80k people in ireland
I saw Prodigy (rip Keith), but Im gonna see Slipknot in a few months so that would probably be it
idk metal gotta be iron maiden might not be the best band out there but still an amazing thing to watch live.
Tower of Power was also nice, mostly because of the sheer amount of skill those people have.
watched 90 mins of a Pearl Jam concert sitting on stage next to their keyboardist. Eddie vedder invited me backstage after but I had to go home so he gave me tickets to his solo show the next weekend. Went, he spotted me in the crowd, and we exchanged of pleasantries while everyone around me stared like I was an alien lol
Heaven Shall Burn
and Dark Funeral right yesterday
The best ones:
But I missed Black sabbath last concert, I'll regret this my whole life
Motörhead(1 week tinnitus)
David Gilmour (amazing show)
The devil and the almighty blues(amazing atmosphere)
Neurosis, in a rather small club. I've been to hundreds of shows, but that shit was life-changing.