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Persistense Comments On November 20th Tour Date

Guitarist Ralf of Dutch metallers Persistense has issued the following statement about their show last night:

"Damn...after some great shows the last couple of weeks we did another gig last night. That gig definitely will be remembered as our worst show ever! Everything that could go wrong, actually did go wrong...and pretty bad too! When we entered the stage we found out that there were no cymbalstandards anymore. The first band of the evening had already gone home and took all their cymbalstandards with them! The result was we had to wait for half an hour for some new standards to arrive.

"Finally we could start off. We always begin our shows with an intro which is played on a cd player. Unfortunately the sound engineer must have fallen asleep cause after the intro he forgot to hit the 'stop' button. That didn't sound very pretty cause we already took off with our first song. Result; Chaos all over the place!

"Normally such things doesn't matter. We get over it pretty quickly and give our best. However, due to the really bad sound on stage we never got into our playing. Personally I didn't hear shit and I fucked up big time! Made some incomprehensible mistakes which I never made before and half way the show I felt like a sack of shit trying to play the guitar ;-) Lucky for me I'm long haired so I could cover my face ;-) Still we really tried to make the best out of it but yesterday it just didn't pay off. Sometimes everyone just has a complete off day! Next time we strike back!!!"

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