The reason I do characters in all the shows is they can say things I can’t.
We adapted to the sludge, we sweated a bit, we put on sleeves as the sun went down, and we wondered why all music festivals aren’t scheduled for this most ideal turn for fall weather.
Every aspect was flawlessly executed and thoroughly exquisite.
It Shoulda Been You has set a very high bar for the 30th Anniversary season of Stages St. Louis.
The Scorpions know their fans are coming to hear the songs to which they’ve grown up playing air guitar, and Tuesday night was no exception.
His show wasn’t exactly “call-up-your-ex-crying” worthy, but it did make you wonder about them a smidge.
Matt Bryan graphically reviews Ne Obliviscaris at the Fubar in St. Louis.
The Rager checks out Paradigm Symphony, Nile and Tyranny Enthroned at Fubar.
The band uses their instruments as surgical tools at this point of their career and was absolutely flawless in the delivery of sonic bliss to those in attendance.
Don’t expect any new music here, outside of a developing Tool jam in the form of currently titled “Descending.”