I'm Lindsay, 23 From New Hampshire. I have a BA in European History and a minor in writing for some reason. As you can see I like things. I go to a lot of shows and conventions. I play the drums and like cats, often at the same time and I can't spell.
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Do I want to go see Balance and Composure and Title Fight?
Or Do I want to see AFI and Touche Amore?
STREETLIGHT AND WARPED TOUR NEXT WEEK AND OMG OMG I CAN’T WAIT
I CAN’T REALLY AFFORD IT BUT NO WHATEVER
You know that concert hangover you get after an amazing show? Everything hurts so good!
The best: (I feel sooo bad for my friend) My friend and her boyfriend bought tickets to see Lamb of God in Boston tonight, and in a series of very unfortunate events they couldn’t go. She offered to sell me the tickets for $20 a piece.
The worst: I’m 2 hours from Boston and I don’t have a car. I couldn’t find anyone to go with me either. The 2 people I know with cars and that would be interested are not really people that would be good concert companions either. I’ve been to a show with one of them, and never again. The other I can see being “that guy” in the pit.
I hope she found someone to take the tickets, I tried to help and find some friends back home to take them but no luck. I’d have had to go back to my hometown to pick up the tickets (an hour from where I go to school, but like an hour to Boston) but nope.
I have a friend in Manchester who said they’d do it, but It’s more than a little out of their way sooo yah.
This will happen.
Was AMAZING. Both bands played realllly long sets and played just about every song I like by them. Reel Big Fish played Suburban Rhythm (and the many versions of!!) It was a little gross because I was completely covered in other peoples sweat by the end because I was in the front row most of the time :D
It was kinda shitty because one of my friends got knocked out in the pit and was a little on the head injured side on the way home.
Ska shows are more brutal then most of the metal shows I’ve been too lol