on January 9, 2009
in Humor, Music
Something I discovered while looking at the Bolt Thrower website a little while back. I had to share it:
All I can say is “Wow”.
Insane. For some strange reason, that picture made me think of Lt. Dan from Forest Gump.
Pure madness! This is the power of Death Metal!
Fantastic! Was a ramp required for stage diving?
+1 for dedication!
That happened at a gig I was at recently. The Subways and Twin Atlantic at ABC in Glasgow. Neither are particularly heavy (at least not by your standards) so imagine my amazement when people started crowdsurfing during the support act. Then imagine my utter bewilderment when a dude in a wheel chair surfed .. twice.
That’s just pure awesome! Everyone likes to get their float on.
I know a couple people who’ve crowdsurfed in their wheelchairs. I have yet to have the opportunity…
that’s love of rock
Death metal? The singer kinda looks like Eddie Vedder.
Wow, just wow…
Gotta fuckin love a crowd like that
Ive completely forgotten about Bolt-Thrower! Arent they the band based on a scfi boardgame and have lyrics about Aliens, Machine guns and the ‘Emperor’?
Epic picture, how did he get up onto the stage to dive in the first place?
When I was wheelchair-bound, I was lifted up by some hardy men and carried aloft around a party. Pretty scary. Pretty awesome.
This also happened while Bad Religion was playing at the Warped Tour in ’07.
Band and crowd went crazy!
This reminds me of footage I saw many years ago of a early Napalm Death gig where some punk wearing a full City-type business suit would repeatedly get on the stage, mosh like mad and dive. When I first saw ND live, I kept looking for a guy in a suit
For some reason I’m picturing a flattened front row after that…
Bolt Thrower are the Gods of War Death Metal!!!!!!!!!!
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