These days we are just taking the chance of putting a tour and a show together for our true American and Canadian fans. Hugh Jackman plays Charlie Kenton a former boxer turned remote control robot boxer.
One of the most creative minds active in the modern music scene, Todd Fink hails from Omaha, Nebraska, where he presently awaits my phone call. A shy and slow speaking voice answers the phone.
For such extreme music I feel you need to have extreme lyrics so my lyrics are the normal blood and guys or anti-religion based ones. Brutal and extreme lyrics just work for death metal music.
A: I think it was designed by Jeremy and/or his brother Dave Pelligrin. But Rob and Josh may also have been involved. Now that I think of it I know Josh did the illustrations.
His past drug use has hurt his voice a bit, making him stop to get oxygen throughout the set but he used it to his advantage prompting the crowd with, “Don’t do drugs!” and making the handing off of the oxygen part of his production.
A: Well we do not have the proper licensing to play anything we want so if we play we either had it sent to us by the artist or we talked to them specifically and they gave us permission to play it.
There’s a film being made – that I have had the privilege to work on – about the scene back in the day, called When We Ruled H-Town. It’s still in production but there was a show in February to preview the first part of the film and reunite several of the bands. Over 600 people showed up at Fitzgerald’s during yet another of our infamous icestorms. J. Schneider and Brent Himes are doing the film and bands are coming out of the wordwork to be a part of it.
His band sounded great, particularly returning guitarist Twiggy Ramirez. Manson tore through all of the hits including “Irresponsible Hate Anthem” and “Dope Show”, which was the highlight of the night. He closed with a haunting version of his cover of the Eurythmic’s “Sweet Dreams” complete with candlight and his popular anthem “Beautiful People”.