Thanks! There's a ride under there somewhere (it sits low between the two crashes on my right). I think brilliant finish cymbals tend to disappear when it's so dark! ;-)Sounded great to me. Looks like you played without a ride that night.
Cheers, Polly! That's pretty much the limit for how mathy I like to go. Some of the new material we've been working on is a little silly and yeah, I can't remember songs that have too many weird changes, especially if they don't serve any musical purpose (because I don't want to remember them!). We're going to find a way to smooth some of that out. But I've definitely heard worse math offenders. Another thing that aids in remembering is the fact that those songs are all more than 10 years old, so we have recorded documentation of the road maps!Mike, it sounds rather brutal and mathematical ... I have no idea how you remember all that - impressive. Rock solid drumming with lots of power and energy.
How do you do it at your age? I'd last about 20 seconds into that one before collapse
Gotta agree - those two are a force!what a rocking rhythm section!!!! Love your bass player for his attitude & attack. Thought your drumming was right on the money. Plenty of energy & rock solid. The kit sounded absolutely superb! Everything a full sounding rock kit should be in a 3 piece power rock environment. Best rock rhythm section I've heard in a long time.