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Cold at the Crazy Donkey in Farmingdale 9/20 Concert Review

17 October 2009 3 Comments

By: Andrew Bilach

Cold Tour Poster for the Show

Cold Tour Poster for the Show

The band was Cold. The venue was the Crazy Donkey in Farmingdale, NY. The date was Sunday, September 20th, 2009. Attendance was lousy. The venue was 1/5 or 1/6 full. There was good reason, though. The show was on a Sunday evening and went up against a Giants/Cowboys game. Also, Cold previously played the Blender Theater in Manhattan twice this year, so there wasn’t a need to travel.

Taproot was direct support. “Poem” was the last song they played, and the only song I heard, as I walked in a minute before they left the stage. I think the last time I saw Taproot was in 2000 or 2001 opening for Deftones. I didn’t even know they were still around. I think a small amount of people left after their set, as the venue seemed less full by the time Cold took the stage (11:15pm). They played an hour. Most of their set came from their latest release, A Different Kind Of Pain. Odd. They sounded good.

How’s that for a show review, folks? It was a good show. I mean, what else can I say?

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3 Comments »

  • Les Moose said:

    That was a miserable review. You can do better than that.

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  • Vinny said:

    I side with the first comment.

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  • Carla said:

    Andrew does not write eloquent reviews.

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