Metal Allegiance- Rampage The Whiskey A Go Go

image2As the Rock and Roll world mourns the loss of Lemmy Kilmister, the West Coast celebrates the legacy he left behind. On January 9th, 2016 the master Lemmy Killmister was laid to rest, after 40 years of rocking and giving his fans amazing music. Meanwhile, Metal Allegiance paid their respects to Motorhead, and Lemmy. The Whiskey A Go Go was crowded, with fans that wanted to witness a once in a lifetime show. The atmosphere was heavy and leather jackets were the apparel of choice. A sea of black shirts with Motorhead inscribed across the chest filled the Whiskey A Go Go. As Fans chanted- ”Lemmy!!”-the sound was louder than everything else. Mark Osegueda’s vocals were stunning and the band plays fantastic. image1The crowd was alive, and viciously pounding in the mosh pit as guitarist Alex Skolnick shredded through songs like the “Ace of Spades” joined by Corey Taylor of Slipknot. The night was filled with metal rock stars, Dino Cazares of Fear Factory joined the guys along with Andreas Kisser of Sepultura and Mikey Dee him self, asking the crowd for 15 seconds of silence during this celebration of Lemmy’s legacy. Mike Portnoy is a phenomenal drummer and he has established a great career, teaming up with David Ellefson, Mark Menghi and Alex Skolnick to give the masses what they crave; fast and heavy music. image2Some surprise guests were the highlight of the night, Mikey Dee, and Dave Lombardo took over the drums and amped the crowd with furious beats. The night was ecstatic, and fans commemorated the celebration of Lemmy’s legacy, as this once in a lifetime experience will forever be remembered as Lemmy Kilmister’s night.

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