Fireworks continue with Metal Mania

Chelle Pletcher
Mar 23, 2010


text-autospace:none">Happy Fourth of July everyone. Hooray for glorifying the anniversary of us stealing land that wasn't ours. I'm not complaining though. I love America. Actually, I have a love-hate relationship with this country. I love being free, however, I despise a lot of the things this country has done. However, let's not open that can of worms, but enjoy the freedoms we have in this corrupted nation. One of those freedoms is music!

text-autospace:none">So, bash me if you want, but I absolutely cannot ignore my anticipation for the upcoming Max's Metal Mania! Number seven kicks off on July 11 at 7 p.m. at the Underground. You do not want to miss this show. It's going to be beyond crazy, and beyond total fun. Not only will there be amazing performances by To Our Grave, Alas the Bane, Still Motion Horror Flick, and HateChoir, but Know Lyfe and Psychostick will also be back by popular demand. 

text-autospace:none">It's going to be wild. I can't wait.

text-autospace:none">Besides just these spectacular bands, Max Stietz and Crimson Tearz Management has put together a venue of entertainment in the form of live professional wrestling between each band. The famous crowd participation Battle Royal is returning along with a new event entitled the Drunken Master Match, and in honor of our nation's independence, the Uncle Sam Invitational!

text-autospace:none">Need I embellish any further?

text-autospace:none">This Mania will have all the fury of the last six, but as always, Mighty Max and CTM have found a way to make it even better. If you've never been to a Max's Metal Mania, you are missing out on so much. For just $10 at the door ($7 if you hurry and get a pre-sale ticket), you will get to experience the epitome of live entertainment. If you're interested, you can contact Max on his MySpace page for tickets.






Wow.  Actually, the 4th of July is the anniversary of our independence from England so I guess if we stole land it was from an evil dictator.  Thank God for those "thieves".  It is also, by the way, the birthday of the greatest country  the world has ever seen and the greatest force for good the world has ever known.  Just ask the millions of people from dozens of countries we've liberated over the years including those of WWI and WWII. 

We're all entitled to our opinion but before you throw around words like "love/hate" and "despise" concerning your country, you really need to do some serious thinking.  And by thinking I don't mean watching TV.  Go to OVH and talk to some WWII vets.  Ask them what they think.  Let them describe to you what true evil looks like.  You might find you walk away with a totally different perspective.  

While America is not perfect, you should give thanks to God everyday of your life that you were chosen to be born here and don't be so flippant about insulting it.