08:49 - Overrwatcher Megadeth absolutely blew everyone away, but hearing older Opeth made me giddy as hell. Disturbed played pretty well. Black Label was really off.
08:34 - Maco I can guess that Opeth was the best band there in that festival.
08:33 - Overrwatcher Crowd was so dead before Opeth though (who played almost entirely old songs and were great, technical errors aside.) When HATEBREED can't get people moving you know something's wrong.
08:30 - Overrwatcher Just got back from Ozzfest, left Black Sabbath before traffic hell began. I don't even like Megadeth but they were fucking amazing.
Legendary prog rock trio Rush has premiered a clip from the DVD/Blu-Ray version of their upcoming live release Clockwork Angels Tour, which will be released via Anthem/Roadrunner Records on November 19th. Anthem/Zoe Vision/Rounder will simultaneously release the companion Blu-ray/DVD. You can now watch the performance clip of the song "The Garden" at this location. Alternatively, the clip is available below as well.
When Rush toured last year to support their new album Clockwork Angels they decided to do something new and invite additional musicians onto their stage. The new material had been recorded with a string section, and they wanted to do the album justice by bringing an eight-piece string ensemble on the road. The tour - which featured 1980s tunes the band hadn't played in ages - was successful and they recorded a show in Dallas for a DVD and CD.
The DVD includes a 25-minute tour documentary titled Can't Stop Thinking Big.