Yep. Small-medium venue metal shows are my favorite experiences. I actively avoid any acts at amphitheaters or large venues unless it’s something I REALLY want to see. Rammstein and slayer’s last tour were really the only times I sincerely enjoyed a really big show. But put me at a show in the masquerade and I’m the happiest person on the planet.I don't enjoy live music when it's alongside thousands of other people.
When it's just a few hundred of us, I'm alive.
I enjoy music in its studio Recorded format. The occasional live album is ok but that's because it gets engineered.
I agree that most live music is inferior. I have no interest in large venues or nosebleed seats. In the few shows we have gone to as adults, we have paid a lot more money for REALLY good seats and VIP passes. It makes a big difference.I enjoy music in its studio Recorded format. The occasional live album is ok but that's because it gets engineered.