The Day of Doom Festival took place in this odd semi-permanent tent in a modern industrial park by the sea called The Forum
This giant contraption held dozens of solar panels which helped power the park
This is the marina where we had our big lunches for the bands both days. Not a bad place to relax before soundcheck at all
Wow! I can't express what a thrill it was to share the stage with the drummer who showed me how to "rock" the heavy inside riffs. Jeff Olson, thank you for years of inspiration
I invited Matei to stand as close as he was comfortable to me during soundcheck. He's a drummer too, so I wanted to give him something to remember. He kept muttering, "That's not how it goes, idiot!"
Que tal, Maximo! I hope your friends back in Venezuela have a chance to see us soon. How cool would that be? What's the hold up, South America?
Ah, David... what a pleasure it was to meet you and to be able to get to know each other a bit. Thanks for sticking with us over the years, and thanks for really helping to make the trip special. Truly, the honor was mine! 'Til the next time...
Alberto y Melina, thanks for letting me unwind with you guys and for helping us when Chris needed a hand. I didn't know you took him back to the hotel until I saw the photos when we got back. I was glad to see you guys both nights
Our first night in Barcelona once we finally decided to eat across the street before we got lost again. This is what happens when we all get hopped up on falafel. You simply cannot take us anywhere