The Teenage Girl
To most people, “Metal” music is what they listen to when they’re pissed off, or working out, or something involving aggression, and a lot of people just wont listen to it. To me, Metal is the complete opposite. A crushing guitar riff, backed by an intricate drum beat, and all topped off with vocals that can be a blanket of emotions around the listener. When I listen to a favorite band, or group, I am overcome with emotion. I sit and listen to a brutal riff with an insane drum part, and I can just feel the stampede running through my ears. It is the most satisfying feeling in the world. So for me to get to go to my first Metal concert a few years ago, you can imagine there was no happier guy on earth that day. It was a school day, but as you can guess, i had no intention of going to school. I had bought that beautiful little piece of paper reading, “Lamb of God.Floor” a couple months ahead of time, and had been counting each painfully slow minute since. The calendar had been mocking me, testing my patience for the last two months, but today i come out on top. My suffering has almost come to an end. My patience is finally about to pay off. The only thing standing between myself, and the most glorious experience of my life, was a few hundred miles of interstate, and a line of eager fans much like myself. Now, I had been waiting for this life changing experience for far too long to not be right up front, looking my idols in the eye. So i planned my trip so I would be the first person in line, and the first to the front of that stage. It’s 4 in the morning, and I have to leave right now! Unfortunately, it wasn’t quite time for my voyage to start just yet, I had to pick up a couple people to come with me before I left, but i sure as hell made sure they were ready to go fifteen minutes before I even left to pick them up. My buddy Ty, and my bands manager Dillon were also big fans of all of the bands on the...
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