hahahaha I'm sorry I posted it, no it isn't a great review by any means. You shouldn't get so pissed off about one writer not checking your band out, shit happens, better luck next time sort of thing you know.
Any body know of a better review? I can never find reviews on south african shows, not any good ones it seems.
posted on Thursday 13th of August 2009 at 14:57
Yo yo to all you crazy guys and gals who attended...i'll finish this off..as i stuck around and had the privilage to see what i regard as one of the best new metal acts to grace our stages in CPT...thats right baby...MOMENT OF CLARITY...Awesome show guys...i encourage anyone to see these crazy MFs tear it up!!! well done...To all the other bands you guys put on an amazing show!! oh and to the writer...you on cheap drugs or what??
posted on Thursday 13th of August 2009 at 14:51
Hmmm. I'm shocked that such terrible writing gets published.
posted on Thursday 13th of August 2009 at 14:48
In future, please strick around for all the bands..I'm sure there are many folk who would appreciate a comprehensive and well balanced review that reflects the success of the show and the performances of ALL the participating bands.I trust you will implement this practice in future.
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