This Soundwave morning was much like any other Soundwave morning, except about 40 degrees hotter. I woke up early, and by early I mean 9:30, ate a big breakfast, and annoyed my housemates with soundwave music for about an hour before I left. I recently moved house and now live about 20 seconds away from the train station that would take me directly to Soundwave, so that was definitely a convenience.
On the train there definitely seemed like less Soundwave goers this year around. There were about 10 people on my carriage with band/black shirts and a couple of over the top emo/metal heads, but also a surprisingly large amount of people in normal attire. This made the train ride less interesting than the previous year.
I went in by myself, met a couple of friends on the train coincidentally, then met even more friends in the line, so we had about ten of us enter the oval, ready to rock on t
Alright! Soundwave 09 was awesome and once again it went way to fast. Even though I hurt all over, have a ridiculous sunburn tan, and feel like Im dead, it was definitely one of the best days ever. It went something like this .
Pre Soundwave: I trained it there this time and there were a few delays, which I didnt really mind so long as I got to see All That Remains (ATR), who were my favourite band at soundwave. The train progressively filled up with emos and metal heads, and the look on this one old ladies face became more and more priceless, as each stop brought a bunch of new oddly dressed Soundwave goers.
1:00 1:30: I made ATR by about five minutes, and it was the perfect way to start the day. I dont know why the moron timetablists (new profession) decided to put them on at 1pm! The crowd were amazing for that time, and they definitely should have been on later in the day. They fin