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Warped Tour

Reviewer Rating: 4.5


Contributed by: InaGreendaseBrian
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Rounding out the last few dates, Warped Tour made its usual August stop in New York City to the obvious delight of many. After a surprisingly frisk-free entrance, my party and I (who will be referred to as "we" from here on in) checked out several merch tents and then positioned ourselves for.


Rounding out the last few dates, Warped Tour made its usual August stop in New York City to the obvious delight of many.

After a surprisingly frisk-free entrance, my party and I (who will be referred to as "we" from here on in) checked out several merch tents and then positioned ourselves for Thrice's set, as we overheard the Mad Caddies and recognized some songs from their set a few months ago on the Fat Tour in Farmingdale.

Finally, the great introduction to the day took the stage after my cousin and I's pointless debate about which song they would open with. I was thinking "Kill Me Quickly," while his educated guess was "Under a Killing Moon." The pot of scene points went to me after all, but Thrice followed it right up with his guess, both seeming to lack something again. Nonetheless, the percent deviation wasn't enough to ruin the set, and they put on one of the best of the day, getting everyone to pump their fists to "Silhouette," "See You in the Shallows," "To Awake and Avenge the Dead,""Blood Clots and Black Holes," and closing with "Deadbolt." Nothing off of Identity Crisis, but that may have been my only magnified complaint. Oh, and Dustin's new lack of a mullet.

We hauled ass to the Maurice stage to catch the end of the Brand New set. Having seen them just several weeks prior, it was refreshing to see them in a middle of an acoustic set. It was kind of funny seeing people all-out mosh to "Jude Law and a Semester Abroad" and "Seventy Times 7" (with the obligatory Warped Tour "There's No 'I' in Team" bridge).

Motion City Soundtrack were selling their CD for five bucks. Couldn't pass that up. More on them later.

Derivative as all hell, but still rocking out fairly well, Matchbook Roma - er, Story of the Year, once again did the best within their limits, which was actually pretty good, and pretty tight with the band hitting all their notes. After seeing the songs we wanted to hear from the John Feldmann product ("...And the Hero Drowns" & "Until the Day I Die"), there was no way SotY could keep us from leaving, and thus, prepping for the best set of the day.

The Suicide Machines opened up with "Islands in the Sky," and I couldn't help but feel that there was some sort of hollow, empty quality about the way the music coming through the speakers sounded. One of three things happened before the end of the song; (A) the band fixed it, (B) the sound technician fixed it, (C) I'm delusional and got past it very quickly. Most likely (C), but I was too high on constant rushes of adrenaline to realize it. They managed to cover all their releases, with "Someone" and its unnecessary lyrics lesson, "Permanent Holiday" off the self-titled disc dedicated to anyone who quit a job or dropped out of school, and "All My People" off Steal This Record. The Machines did their usual "Braveheart" commands and such with "Burning in the Aftermath," except with a catch that occured later on. Prior to "DDT" and after already having split the crowd and have them run over each other, they gave us one of three options; pull a Wall of Death on the people on what was the (to the band's) left side of the stage, do another "Braveheart" act, or Wall of Death the ice cream truck. It wasn't even hot out, or humid for that matter, but you can guess what happened. In the attempt at recreating a certain "Hey Arnold!" episode, no one really got much ice cream out of it, but people did get to crowd surf from jumping off the roof, a cracked window or two, some pissed off cops, and probably causing the driver to shit his pants. And a box of cones. This also opened up the crowd "floor" a lot, creating a nice and big, loose skanking pit for a good time too though. Fun for everyone! (Sort of.) The skacore antics were rounded out nicely by some tunes like "New Girl" and "S.O.S." Everything about it was just spectacular. A Destruction by Defintion-heavy set, but there's nothing wrong with that...besides, I'm sure you see the irony in that statement.

Too tired to do anything for a while, we had another round at the YooHoo van (a saving grace that day) while checking out some other merch booths. One of the worst things about having a late date is also having a widely unavailable amount of merch to the fans there, but now I'm just pointlessly bitching...we overheard some of Rancid's set, catching "Ruby Soho" and "Fall Back Down," the latter of which you can really hear the Transplants "influence" live. As we returned, I overheard a band on the Brian stage singing "ONE NATION, UNDER G-D!" repeated a lot with the punk-beat drums, and said to myself "Who is this? This actually sounds pretty good..." Only to realize seconds later, "FUCK, I just complimented Simple Plan...on a Bad Religion cover..." If I was Christian, I surely would've been in a confession booth the next day; with, in terms of the song's title, no pun intended. For one of the poppiest bands on the tour, the singer cursed a lot and screamed his in-between banter like his band was bro-core or something. We left the area, returning later to scope out the end of the Dropkick Murphys' barroom brawl set, and their song about the New York Rangers.

We got our Rise Against disco's autoed by the band, who had their tent there even though they were booted off the lineup in the last few dates (WHAT THE FUCK?! Lyman, you got some 'splainin to do). We wrapped that up and overheard Face to Face, so we rushed over and put ourselves in a spot between the Teal and Brian stages where we would manage to watch Face to Face's set (who put on a pretty good show, and not leaning too heavily on their latest disc), and still manage to have a half-decent spot for Glassjaw.

Glassjaw was fucking siiick, bro.

Sorry, I'm from Long Island...but in all honesty, I might've been a lot more into it had I have been a lot more familiar with their material, other than just "Cosmopolitan Blood Loss" and "Mu Empire" (the first of which they didn't even play, according to my peers due to my YooHoo run in the middle of the set). Nonetheless, this new self-contradiction will go to say that they seemed extremely tight on every song and even brought out From Autumn to Ashes's singer on one song to help wrap up the set.

I turned right back around to meld into the tight crowd (this would later turn out to be an overstatement) for Less than Jake, whose set relied solely on their three newest full-lengths. Barring that, the idiots in the crowd floorpunching (it's ska, guys), and the open bottle of fresh piss smacking me on the left side of my chest (thanks, asshole[s]), the set wasn't too bad, with the Gainesville bunch opening with "...Rock City." Except for shitting on Philadelphia's lack of enthusiasm, they didn't stop much from there, playing some favorites like "History of a Boring Town," "Al's War" (the closer), and "The Ghosts of You and Me." They requested that a hundred girls were on guys' shoulders for "The Science of Selling Yourself Short." Perhaps they were trying to create a Mars Volta-like symbol of the relationship structure bonded within...never mind.

Upon conclusion, I walked another few feet BACK to the other stage to see how Pennywise would do. Well, since it's not cool to like Pennywise anymore, I watched a few songs and left. No, actually Pennywise admitted to a lot of drinking the past nights and it shined through, where the band seemed pretty sloppy at a lot of points. It's now cliche to state this, but it's Pennywise...so if you're sloppy on one song, you're probably going to be sloppy on just about all of your songs.

I went to go see if Yellowcard would Jason Tate-ify me (I admittingly like them...but not in that way), only to realize that I'm a fucking idiot and had written down the wrong time on my own band schedule semi-copied from the inflated schedule in the middle. Damn, no backflipping violinist for me...I guess my day wasn't complete... :-( In all seriousness, I realized I would have ended up sacrificing them for Less than Jake anyhow...

I turned back around and set myself for Taking Back Sunday. Surprisingly, it wasn't too much of a weird vibe with the new members (not that many from punknews care a whole lot), and they put on one of the best sets of the day. With the crowd tighter than some of the girls in it, TBS opened up with their usual one-two punch, "You Know How I Do" and "Bike Scene" and then abruptly following it up with the first of two new songs they played, both of which sound very good; if you hate TBS, you'll still hate them but it doesn't seem like they'll be losing any fans any time soon. They shocked the crowd a bit playing "Cute Without the 'E'" next, and included the other new song, "Great Romances of the 20th Century," and "Timberwolves at New Jersey" (calling it Moshing Song Part II or something, perhaps a reference to the new band members?) in between, closing nicely with "There's No 'I' in Team."

A dillemma then encountered me. How would I finish up my day? Unable to recall the third band I had wanted to see, I decided I would watch the entire Motion City Soundtrack set and then haul ass to see the rest of Me First and the Gimme Gimmes set. Yeah, yeah, I know.

I later remembered that that band I had forgot was the Ataris. Luckily, I was told I didn't miss much, and they played waaay too much from So Long, Astoria anyway.

I walked over to the Volcom stage just as MCS was announcing who they were. Now...I don't know if it was the much more relaxed feel of the crowd (seeing unpopular bands can relax your crowd atmosphere nicely sometimes) or what, but they rocked the shit out of me. I went in really only knowing two or three songs, but even those were better than I had hoped. "Don't Call it a Comeback"was stunning, and even though I was looking forward to hearing it, I was worried that the somewhat-laid back feel of "My Favorite Accident" would kill a good moment. Nope. Between their overall energy (I'm lookin' at you, Jesse), the overall feel of all the songs, and even the dorky humming along to the keyboard by myself, they easily astonished me and thus put on a great set which I enjoyed thoroughly. No band has progressed in my tastes so quickly over so short a time.

They finished up, and I continued my plan, tearing ass back to the Teal stage and skanked into the crowd during "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard." Decked out in their Hawaiian attire (which their merch booth ran out of at some time or another to my disappointment), Fat Mike and the rest talked about the original writers of every song they played. They included some bits on child pornography, and an apparent inside joke about Spike's hairy body causing him an S.F. Bears resemblance. I don't know if anyone else noticed this, but at one point I was pretty sure that Fat Mike was about to go on a tirade about Bush, when Spike interrupted him completely non sequitur...probably not intentional but the subltety was funny nonetheless. Also, just when I was starting to think that the crowd was a lot less psychotic than previous ones, and lightened up a lot more on the crowd surfing, I get kicked in the face. Figures. But it didn't sway me, and I got to see Me First and the Gimme Gimmes also play classics like "Rocket Man," the "IRONY" of "Leavin' on a Jet Plane," "Stairway to Heaven" (according to them, the worst song ever written), and "Nothing Compares 2 U." The usual chant of "one more song!" prevailed, and they officially closed with "Wild World."

The decrease in bands was a smart idea, and I wouldn't change all of much. They keep bringing back the water truck and the YooHoo van and I'll continue not to bitch about the bottled soda / water prices. Great day.

Best Sets (that I saw, anyway)
Suicide Machines
Motion City Soundtrack
Me First and the Gimme Gimmes
Taking Back Sunday
Thrice
Brand New

 

 
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Anonymous (July 26, 2004)

u r so stupid....all of those bads suck and except 4 motion city soundtrack...and i just think justin pierre is a hot and has a good voice but other than that those bands suck..this is i believe PUNKnews.org not EMOfucknew.org....y not talk about the other PUNK bands like maybe anti-flag, the casualties, the f-ups...anything that isnt obnoxious and whiny like emo music...it takes no talent 2 write about how u slit wrists cuz u cant get over the fact ur gf broke up w/ u...but punk is 4 ppl who think 4 themselves and stand up 4 things that they believe in and are important...so do the world a favor and go kill yourself...then u can die a TRUE emo.

Joelle (August 18, 2003)

this warped tour was prolly my favorite in the 4 years ive gone. if anyone is interested i took some pictures of the Suicide Machines & the ice cream truck incident, GlassJaw, and the High School Football Heroes:

http://community.webshots.com/user/joelleandres

FortyMinutesWest (August 17, 2003)

Go Devils! I'm more of a Pens fan actually, but there isn't much to cheer about there.

Anonymous (August 17, 2003)

39 Rancid Montreal Warped Tour pics (taken by myself):

http://www.lethalkids.org/disorder/1/rancid/

Poisonthesink (August 16, 2003)

"Poisonthesink , the Bruins are that much better than the Flyers.

Bruins suck.

Flyers rock"

They both suck and are the Devils bitch!

sk8punx4evr (August 14, 2003)

anyone who went, did you catch all of ptw's set? i heard most of it except the first few openers, what were they?

Anonymous (August 14, 2003)

Poisonthesink , the Bruins are that much better than the Flyers.

Bruins suck.

Flyers rock

Anonymous (August 14, 2003)

"your an emo fag,face it"

I don't get that argument at all. If so-called emo is music where the singer whines about a girl that left him, and the "emo fags" relate to that, then how are they fags? They like girls afterall.

Anonymous (August 14, 2003)

can't bands dedicate songs to stuff... such as "hockey" when the song isn't actually about that? i'm sure the band probably had about 50 or 60 guiness' in 'em by that time. so you just dedicate a song to whoever/whatever you fucking want.

Anonymous (August 13, 2003)

your an emo fag,face it

Poisonthesink (August 13, 2003)

Oh and the score is for the Hey Arnold reference

Poisonthesink (August 13, 2003)

"dkm do have hockey songs, or at least one, the bruins fight song or whatever. in philly they said 'flyers suck!" before playing it. fuckin hot. "

But the Flyers do suck!

InaGreendase (August 13, 2003)

A) YooHoo is fucking amazing
B) It's a big-ASS festival, and in order to see every band's set that I want to see, I needed to change locations in a quick manner. Tear ass sounds better than "run really fast"

Anonymous (August 13, 2003)

Are you like eleven. The whole day you were,"haulin or tearin ass." You were so exhausted you retreated to the "YooHoo truck." This is "punk" at it's worst. (Do you want to trade some garbage pale kid stickers?)

Anonymous (August 13, 2003)

Too bad dashboard confessional wasn't at warped. They are great

-sickboi

Anonymous (August 13, 2003)

Maybe Tim was having more vocal problems? Who knows...but Lyman kicked em off ONLY because of no room, he is a fucking moron.

-sickboi
(a RICH moron, though)

sk8punx4evr (August 13, 2003)

rise against wasn't playing because there wasn't enough room for them on the volcom stage bill. it's beyond me why they would be the ones to get kicked off as opposed to one of the lesser-known bands.

Anonymous (August 13, 2003)

"i listen to as much dkm as you say you do, but then how can you be so sure it's not about hockey?"

Because I listened to the lyrics.

Anonymous (August 13, 2003)

dkm do have hockey songs, or at least one, the bruins fight song or whatever. in philly they said 'flyers suck!" before playing it. fuckin hot.

oh yeah. ltj shit on philly because glassjaw played after them and everyone was either waiting for glassjaw or left.

InaGreendase (August 13, 2003)

"The mark of someone covering a band that they don't listen to: trying to understand onstage banter. The Murphys introduced this song as being about hockey's New York Rangers. I don't know what song it was (I only know DKM songs from comps I have) but it wasn't actually about hockey."

i listen to as much dkm as you say you do, but then how can you be so sure it's not about hockey?

Anonymous (August 13, 2003)

"We left the area, returning later to scope out the end of the Dropkick Murphys' barroom brawl set, and their song about the New York Rangers."

The mark of someone covering a band that they don't listen to: trying to understand onstage banter. The Murphys introduced this song as being about hockey's New York Rangers. I don't know what song it was (I only know DKM songs from comps I have) but it wasn't actually about hockey.

Anonymous (August 13, 2003)

whats the story with rise against being booted off?

Anonymous (August 13, 2003)

"We left the area, returning later to scope out the end of the Dropkick Murphys' barroom brawl set, and their song about the New York Rangers."

Ummm....?

-sickboi

NOFXPunkLTJ22 (August 13, 2003)

This is the best review for warped. Definitely, the others arent too good.

AnaMorph0sIs (August 13, 2003)

Well, who said Catholics weren't Christians?

Anonymous (August 13, 2003)

confession booths are for catholics smarty pants

Anonymous (August 12, 2003)

Ok the punknews agreed to stop posting warped reviews. thats only because THERE ARE NO MORE WARPED SHOWS LEFT, dipshit.

sk8punx4evr (August 12, 2003)

i too was shocked about the wk-bomb not playing. and hearing that rise against wasn't playing. i thought thrice was awesome, but they were the only band i really enjoyed. coheed was pretty good, considering they had a half hour set. when claudio whipped his hat off in the breakdown of junesong provision and his fro exploded, that was fucking cool. i watched ltj and pennywise for nostalgia's sake but wasn't really impressed (except with ltj's confetti/streamers bonanza at the end of their set). it was a decent day. at least i won't be coughing up dust for a week, but my shoes look shat upon.

SOYBOMB (August 12, 2003)

That's why he's doing a record release show at Irving Plaza September 9th buddy.

And yes, Highschool Football Heroes are a good band more people should know about.

Peace,
-SOYBOMB-

Anonymous (August 12, 2003)

The High School Football Heroes were unbelieveable at Warped. I picked up their cd and its sick too. Definately a high quality band that more people should know about.

Anonymous (August 12, 2003)

what the fuck?! no andrew wk?! he wrote a song about how he loves nyc, then he skips it on the tour..thats some shit

Anonymous (August 12, 2003)

enough with the warped tour reviews..............we get it already.

Anonymous (August 12, 2003)

read below

Anonymous (August 12, 2003)

'cute without the e'? i dont get it..

Anonymous (August 12, 2003)

well i din't go. i felt the lineup wasn't strong enough for me. but still seeing Big D, Thrice, Suicide Machines, and MCS would've been good. oh well, here's to a better warped tour next year.

Ramo

inagreendase (August 12, 2003)

"Actually they never closed with it except for the March/April 2003 tour. Before then, they always closed with "No I In Team" or "Great Romances""

A) touche.

B) its all about my MLB 2003 team now..and they suck. although, i did manage to pull off a mike stanton for scott rolen deal. i initially rejected the trade early in the year and by august rolen was an all-star and Stanton had a 3.80 ERA (not bad but not great) and they still accepted the offer. what great AI!

Anonymous (August 12, 2003)

http://public.fotki.com/viceroy/warped_tour_2003/

That site has a bunch of pics I took at Warped NYC. And more will be posted on it later today.

Anonymous (August 12, 2003)

"it was shocking they played "cute w/o the e" not because they played it, but because it was the fourth song they played. they used to close w/ that all the time, lately it's been more reserved to the middle of the set for some odd reason."

Actually they never closed with it except for the March/April 2003 tour. Before then, they always closed with "No I In Team" or "Great Romances"

KirbyPuckett (August 12, 2003)

Someone actually watched the Motion City Soundtrack! Woo!

- Scott
http://www.local-felons.com/
(How's your team in High Heat bud?)

inagreendase (August 12, 2003)

it was shocking they played "cute w/o the e" not because they played it, but because it was the fourth song they played. they used to close w/ that all the time, lately it's been more reserved to the middle of the set for some odd reason.

thriceequalsgod (August 12, 2003)

nice glassjaw comment...

the suicide machines. holy shit. that was the most amazing crowd ever. the ice cream truck was one of the coolest things ive ever seen. it was a while away, so by the time i was like 3/4 of the way there, ppl are walking. this kid goes up to me and says "no ones actually gonna do anything..." WRONG. the truck was smoking by the end. it had 25 kids on top jumping off into a tight crowd one by one at the end.

TBS. holy shit. that crowd SUCKED. smart me, i said "oh lets not see pennywise and just wait for TBS"... what a stuipd fuckin thing to do. once they started, the crowd crushed everyone to the front, and i was freaking suffocating. there were waves of like 7 crowdsurfers, so i had to constantly push people over my head to the front, while getting kicked in the face several times... i got out by the third song.

i thought LTJ and Thrice both did really fucking good, and the acoustic brand new set was actually pretty good. rancid sounded pretty good, and so did DKM. I would have enjoyed Glassjaw more if i listened to them.. i watched them solely because everyone said they put on an amazing show...

overall, not as good as Warped '02, but what the hell; maybe it'll be better next year. still a freaking great day.. any warped tour is.

Anonymous (August 12, 2003)

glassjaw fucking killed and yes they did play mu empire. i didnt enjoy brand new or thrice sorry to say ive seen them do better. tbs rocked. mcs is great and there nice guys. the suicide machines were good even though i dont really listen to them. overall it was a fun day

NOFXPunkLTJ22 (August 12, 2003)

I thought Less Than Jake was really good. and the suicide machines also said this was the best crowd of warped. I think it might have been, especially because of the ice cream truck. And TBS, they only played three songs, cute without the E, that really pop one with the boys and dime a dozen, and than all the rest. Everything sounds the same that they play. Suicide Machines were hands down the best band of the day, that I saw.

SOYBOMB (August 12, 2003)

Good pictures below, I remember seeing you take those during Big D and The Toasters.

Sucks that I missed Arrogant Sons Of Bitches, I hear they're pretty crazy.

Peace,
-SOYBOMB-

Imposs1ble (August 12, 2003)

Whew! Finally another Warped Tour review, I was fiendin' for a fix.

Anonymous (August 12, 2003)

yer review was pretty crappy. i took some pics:
http://eastsidemag.8m.com/warped.html

Anonymous (August 12, 2003)

on TBS

"They shocked the crowd a bit playing "Cute Without the 'E'" "

Help im lost, what was shocking? the fact that band broke up over a girl? or that a band would play one of their best songs?

SOYBOMB (August 12, 2003)

I was there and I must say, I fucking hate Truckerhats. The John Deere, and Hunting hats are retarded.

With that out of the way, this score is for Big D And The Kids Table who definitely proved (with the most energetic set of the day, hands down) that even though they were in a tent, they can rock harder than most of the acts on the main or larger stages.

I got to Randalls Island at 10:30 which means I got "in" at about 12:30, missing the Mad Caddies... That sucked cause I really wanted to see them...

Also.. on the Rise Against site, it said they'd be there playing the Volcom stage... and they weren't... Two bands I wanted to see down... The day was looking like it was gonna be shit for me...

But just as my day was turning bad, I found out from the sax player of the Toasters (who also gave quite the show on the Ernie Ball stage) that Big D was starting at 12:40 at the Kevin Says tent...

I rushed to that area, and surprisingly, they had quite the amount of kids surrounding the area... Dave would literally dive over the barricade and toss the mic out, only to be piled on by kids screaming out the words... It was such a great set, and I definitely represented with my Big D shirt... For those wondering, I was the kid with the blue Big D shirt, sunglasses, and blue bandanna... Word. I'm a "P.I.M.P"... er... right.

Anyway...

Here's a quick rundown of the bands I saw and here's a mini-review of each, with 1 of course being the worst, and 10 being stellar..

Big D - 10: Explained above

Highschool Football Heroes - These guys from Long Island never dissapoint, and I've seen them on numerous occasions before at The Temple. They had a nice solid set of fans who knew the words to songs not officially released yet.. heh, did someone say IRC? Oh wait, I did. 8

Rancid - 7.. Seeemingly the same set from Warped 2001, with most of the set from ...And Out Come The Wolves... I mean, that sounds like a good thing, but when Lars fucked up The Wars End and claimed Matt Freeman is the best pass player on the face of the earth, it's kinda... no.. and don't get me wrong, Freeman is a great, great, bass player, but world's greatest? I doubt it... On a sidenote, Tim Armstrong is in incredible shape... I never noticed before, but that dude is buff like hell.

Dropkick Murphy's - 8. They had the crowd riled up but seemed abit lethargic... The kids in the pit compensated though, forcefully flying their DKM flags even though there was no wind at all...

The Toasters - 7. I've seen these guys before, and trust me, they're much better with an extended set and in a more intimate environment.

Less Than Jake - 6... Shit, I was soo dissapointed... I love these guys and I love Anthem.. But these guys wasted too much time talking shit on stage, and overall seemed just about as tired as the Murphy's.. Granted, they played the entire tour, but when you go out and say that the crowd in front of you was the best crowd you've ever had (*cough* bullshit), put a bit more into it... And jesus, I felt bad during "The Science Of Selling Yourself Short" cause they made some of the skinniest kids in the world put their heavy-ass girlfriends on their shoulders... Poor guys... Choose masturbation next time.

I can't remember much else, so here's my overall grade of Warped '03: 9

No dust and not too hot = great day for Warped... Only downers are the ridiculous costs of Lemonade cups (was it $4.00?) and food...

Peace,
-SOYBOMB-

sonicice (August 12, 2003)

holy shit, a wall of death to an ice cream truck? fucking awesome. we fucked up the rancid crowd in detroit with it, but that sounds cool as hell.

Anonymous (August 12, 2003)

why does it seem like everyone sees the exact same bands? The lineup does change between dates you know...

8dollarclarinetsolo (August 12, 2003)

i wish a lot of these bands were in cincinnati.... oh well, i wanna know about that rise against deal, they got kicked off the last couple dates? anyone know anything about this??

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