I like this Biffy Clyro band. They have a real raw edgy sound. And they are from Scotland ...nice! It is good you get to so many shows. I wish I still went to see live music. The new town I live near gets tons of good acts so now I have no excuse...well except I get really nervous around crowds, there's that :(
I think seeing Rush only twice was about the coolest thing I have ever done where there were a lot of people. I have see other bands but Rush fans I felt the best vibe with.
I hope to maybe see Tool but they are not touring this state for their 2017 tour. I hear they put on an amazing live show. I am ready to loose some more hearing LOL like I did for Metallica.
And about that bass. I do have a good excuse right now as it is behind a locked door I cannot get into until I pay the back fees for this storage shed it is in. I am broke right no and all my stuff is in this storage shed. Total mess.
This is the best bit of documentary footage ever recorded imo
Video: Seventeen-Year-Old Future Rush Guitarist Alex Lifeson Persuades His Parents to Let Him Become a Musician | MetalSucks
I don't think the link works but do you remember this?
Ok I am out of control with my Rush fangirl s h i t I will crawl back under my rock now.
No worries I found a site to watch movies for free so I watch a lot of new stuff often. Yes their other recent doc you mentioned was very different and made them look straight edged as hell. It was even poking fun of them after shows they wouldn't party like you said with the other bands so it was kinda shocking to see them admit to drug use honestly...
Ah, my image of them is ruined now! LOL
But I suppose it is because they will no longer tour live that they are being honest finally?!!
I would love to hear you play the into to Xanadu. I hung out with a pretty good bass player who could play the bass riffs pretty well in that song. That always made me jealous to not be able to play bass :( But now I have one and it sits in my storage shed unplayed.
Ha watching them play that song now with the double necks and the crazy awesome clothes and hair.
The best music has been played and is behind us folks. The end of an era-friggin depressing
Hey-Did you see the new Rush doc? "Time Stands Still" I thought it was interesting the way they were admitting to partying and drug use whereas for the most part they always tried to have a super clean image. You always had to question how the hell they could play like that without some help from coke or speed.