April 6, 2013 - Breaking Randy's Brain...

    Kiss - I've Had Enough (Into The Fire)
Melvins - Warhead
Death Ray Vision - Not For Glory
Terror - Live By The Code

Spater - Sucker Punch
AC/DC - Let There Be Rock
Alice Chains - Stone
U.D.O. - Metal Machine
Crossfaith - Monolith

Cathedral - Pallbearer
Anthrax - Big Eyes
Nightshade - Apathy

Dead-Lift - Break-Down
Poetry In Black - Black Down
Cinderella - Bad Seamstress Blues/Fallin' Apart At The Seems
Clutch - Crucial Velocity
Adrenaline Mob - The Mob Rules
Witchburner - Spirit Of The Dead

Declarations - Exodus
Sworn To Remember - What's Left
Six Feet Under - The Day The Dead Walked
Avenger Of Blood - Spawn Of Evil
Kvelertak - Snilepisk
Dark Sermon - Carcass

Misfits - Scream!
Misfits - Helena
Misfits - Science Fiction/Double Feature
Anvil - Paper General
Lordi - We're Not Bad For The Kids (We're Worse)
Suffocation - Rapture Of Revocation
Volbeat - Room 24

Jungle Rot - Ruthless Omnipotence
Mortillery - Creature Possessor
Rotting Christ - Gilgames
Gloryhammer - Wizards!
Robot Lords Of Tokyo - Hell Will Have To wait

Cannibal Corpse - Nothing Left To Mutilate
Cannibal Corpse - Buried In The Backyard
Cough - Amaranth
Moss - The Bleeding Years

Iron Maiden - Heaven Can Wait
Lynch Mob - River Of Love
Black Summer - The Grind
Stryper - Soldiers Under Command
Krokus - Hardrocking Man
Hatriot - Weapons Of Class Destruction

Kiss - Heaven's On Fire
Deep Purple - Sail Away
Howl - Attrition
Pyrithion - Bleed Out
ASG - Avalanche

Saxon - Made In Belfast
Bring Me The Horizon - The House Of Wolves
Recap by The Metal Wulf
Started the evening off with KISS's "I've Had Enough (Into The Fire)" from Animalize, mainly because I was pretty sure it had been quite some time since anything had been played from that disc.

And I was right...

Joe was having just a little too much fun, however, as he kept playing the intro to Heaven's On Fire...over and over again. You know, the one where Paul Stanley goes..."WHOAWHOAWHOAWHOAOOOOOOO!!!!"

Indeed, it got so bad that later in the evening, when Joe played the full song, Rick took it out on my hide in the closing moments of the show. Yep, he totally lost it and pummeled me like a baby seal...

And that wasn't the only weirdness going on. There was one entire set of music where I could have sworn Joe was playing some of the worst garbage imaginable. I'm talking The Bee Gees...Andy Gibb...ABBA (of course...sigh...), and David Geddes' "Run, Joey, Run", which is possibly one of the worst 70's songs ever written.
And yet everybody else claimed that that particular set of music was about as metal as you could get...I sure wasn't hearing it!

And, to make matters worse, by the end of the evening I was so conflicted that I didn't even believe myself! Literally, nothing that came out of my mouth seemed truthful! It was definitely one of those things that sincerely make you question your sanity! Wouldn't wish that on anybody!

So, regarding normal things, we had Darryl Lake on hand to promote the Wounded Warriors Project, which is being held at the Geneva American Legion on Saturday, April 20. Featured bands include Poetry In Black, Beneath The Words, Through Lifeless Eyes, Deadlift, Here's My Obituary, Declarations, and Sworn To Remember.
Pretty sure admission is $10, or $5 with the donation of non-parishable goods to be sent to our troops. NO FOOD PLEASE!!!
At least I think I've got that right, and if I didn't, I will clarify with Darryl once more, as he arrives again on Friday night for one more night of promotion.

Speaking on Friday night, looks like we'll finally be getting a visit from at least a couple of our favorite Roc City Roller Derby girls, as I believe Cuss Muffin and Karma may be dropping by.
Should be a good time!