I acted out rock music videos.
I acted out rock music videos. Motley Crue was the soundtrack that blasted throughout the background of my 5th birthday party video, along with the NY Mets theme song.
Metallica at Giants Stadium in was my first, ever. And growing up in New York, access to every great concert was super easy. I love metal so much, that when I was in a band at 20 something years old, my bandmates would constantly pick on me for playing Metallica riffs at every practice! Anyways, my point is, I know my metal. I love my metal. I live for this music and the show I experienced in Atlanta brought every single reason why I love heavy metal together in one great concert. The masquerade is a fantastic club in downtown Atlanta, with 3 separate venues.
Heaven, Hell, and Purgatory. Mutoid Man, appropriately enough, played in Hell. The venue was small, but as I walked in, my excitement grew. We both instantly fell in love with them, so getting tickets to this show the second they went on sale was a no-brainer!
Playing mostly instrumental metal, these guys completely kicked ass. Heavy and insane guitar playing, combined with incredible drumming and bass playing. I was instantly a new fan. Now onto why we drove 4 hours to Atlanta The album War Moans is perfect anyways and hearing the tracks live made me love it even more.
I had a lot of laughs by their constant giving each other the middle finger while playing. The show was constant high energy. They played my absolute favorites such as "Microaggression", "Date with the Devil", and even slowed it down and played "Bandages. You can tell these guys love what they do. Metal has been in a weird place for a while, but these guys breathe new life into it and prove GOOD heavy metal is still alive and will kick all ass. My ONLY complaint was that the show was only an hour long.
Living in the south now, we need metal down here, badly! Get these guys out there more!! Take off work, and go have your face melted off. You'll be completely entertained by one of the best heavy metal bands around.
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