What can be more exciting than to celebrate the most feared day of the entire year? I’m talking about Friday the 13th. This unlucky day of disaster, was actually a night filled with your modern rock n’ rollers just looking for a good time to party it up at the Whiskey A Go-Go in Hollywood.
The night started off slow and easy then picked up when the clock struck 9, sounding off nothing more nor nothing less than a fierce beating of a drum solo clashing into the soloing tactics of the guitar rhythms and undertones of rock n rollers, Slant. Their side structure curving all the right movements of their musical craftsmanship – built up the momentum required to thrill an overwhelming crowd of go getters.
After their departure an attitude had struck a chord with the so-called crowd goers, with The Attitude an Arizona sizzle with a California breeze in. These modern hard rockers nailed the crowd hard into the front row as the surrounding on-lookers just glared into the aggressive facial expressions, this band was intending to make. The crowd in the front shouted and cheered as one particular fan kept handing the singer a handful of napkins while he’d just look awkwardly and toss them into the air pulsing up his energy flow demanding that this boring crowd of on-lookers, get this party started!
Once that had been stated, the energy from the crowd slowly built upward as The Attitude’s set was drawing to its closing point. A brief intermission erupted before Los Angeles’s own metal modern rock n’ rollers ripped it all up and everywhere you looked, The Dreaming. The band threw together a 60 minute set-up that consisted of the old meets the new, bringing together a brand new guitarist to the floor, new material to sing-along too and the old tunes that needed some dusting to keep the energy flowing.
Overall The Dreaming tossed out, “Let It Burn,” “Bullet,” along with a series of newer hits that will reappear within the near upcoming future that we will surly never forgets but rather be looking forward to receiving.
Natalie Perez has been a Music/Entertainment Journalist for 7 years now having first started out with her middle and high school newspapers. She now writes for a handful of various online and print publications.
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