, attached to 2016-01-02

Review by Shred

Shred In section 117. Had a great crew lots of room. Even security guard was dancing.
First set started out tame and off. Butchered ice. Divided started I ran to pee. Came back right when trey hits the big note. I felt like a different band was on stage. They crushed divided maze and Julius.
Tweezer was trey shred from the beginning. In the middle of the jam he came out and faced our section. He absolutely dominated for awhile then pointed to someone sitting near me. He was possessed. So sick. Felt like sand was very tweezery. Limb by limb cool down= no cool down. Which is how I like my shit. Red hot. They ripped that. Suzy was perfectly placed. Then the hood. Man. After the composed section trey turned his volume way up on his guitar. And he fucking let it rip. Was not a bliss jam either. I felt tweezer again. At the end of hood the crowd actually sang the you can feel good. Trey let us. And ended the song without singing. Was quite touching or maybe it was all the boobs rubbing on me. Couldn’t tell. Then right into yem. Volume still jacked. Trey was chopping at the bit during page solo. I was sure he was finally going to play yem w a solo. Then it happened. He unleashed an over a decade nut all over msg. So nasty. Finally, he didn't bail on the solo. Then hopped on the kit for a sick bass and drum solo. Fish and mike really stretched it out. #fuckthevocaljam. Lizards was perfect as encore a song I used to be luke warm on in the day which now I love. And bass bomb the tweeprise. A high octane set from start to end.


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