Anger As Art Comments On Recent Live Shows
California's Anger as Art has issued the following recap of recent shows and announcement about upcoming appearances:
"Thank you, thank you, thank you for the response and reception last night at the Galaxy. Funny, as I revisit it, more comes back to me about what kind of night it was. A whirlwind. So many people we had not seen for a long time. A bunch of first time fans, and some who had not seen us in a while. Specifically, John Haddad, Chris Trent, Fred Swift, Jeff Peters, Dave Gutierrez, Danny Luong, Mark Caro, Danika Smith... and those are only a few of those who helped out to make it a great night.
"Some of you wanted tickets - and the run up on the last day for tickets was so intense that we couldn't answer back all of you. Again (like our last show at the Galaxy) all of our tickets were sold! We thank you for the support! Cool to see Dan-O making friends with Katatonia's guitarist because of Blackstar Amplifiers, which translated into a cigarette run. Shooting hoops with members of Torment-id and Sorizon. Re: Sorizon - I had never seen them, and they were a real surprise. I did not expect their bassist to say he used to see me play in Tactics back in the 90's, and for them to throw down on a cover of Pat Benetar's Heartbreaker.
"I was not able to make contact with Emilio Garcia - the KNAC contest winner. But I will personally deliver his prizes to his home this week. Great crowd. Thanks for making us feel so welcomed. Now, while Rob is gone in Europe with Evil Dead for a couple of weeks, we are going to start to work on new material for #4 release. We already have a boatload of new songs - the chemistry amongst this group of guys is tremendous, and the creativity flows.
"Our next show in LA will be on Friday November 5 at Spikes in Bellflower ($5 admission, 21+). We will be playing with fellow old schoolers Ruthless, and Ninth Circle. Watch here for an official announcement. And have been hinting at this for a while - we may have a special guest vocalist at that show. I know all 4 of us have reputations as B or C list legendary blah blah blah... history could be made as we may be joined onstage by one of Metal's most legendary voices - AND personalities. A lot of things to align, but it looks good. Okay y'all. We have a lot of work to do. We will be in touch. Thanks again."
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