This isn’t what I was for Halloween, and these hats aren’t even the same; I just really like these two pictures next to each other
I completely forgot about the concept of libraries because this culture is trying to get me to buy freaking everything
Danzig was life-affirming. It was simultaneously a good and bad experience, but the good parts were really fucking good. The opening bands were insufferable and being that I was at the front of the barricade, I almost lost my glasses several times. I never realized how huge Doyle was until I saw him up close. The dude is fucking jacked. He looks like a literal Frankenstein’s Monster. He threw at least three of his picks at me, probably because he knew that I was getting it the worst behind the barricade (I’m the scrawniest person at the concert). I know I’m never going to get to see “Sistinas” or “Archangel” performed live, but for a couple weeks up until the show, I had been checking setlists to get a good idea of what would be in store. “Halloween” hasn’t been on any recent setlists but I figured he’d play it this time since Halloween is a week away. He didn’t. “How the Gods Kill” and “Soul on Fire” were probably my favorite performances. I got to touch Danzig and almost drank out of his used water bottle. Overall, probably my favorite show ever, especially with the added energy that Doyle brought to the table.