Ryan Chase 
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Re: “Koffin Kats w/ The Defilers, The Redliners

I'm was at this show. It was Fucking GREAT! The Koffin Kats were excellent, BUT IT WAS THE REDLINERS WHO STOLE THE SHOW!
I go to a lot of shows and I truly believe that they are on their way to making it BIG!This was the 2nd of three nights that I saw them while they were on tour supporting the Koffin Kats. The Redliners were on day eight of nine of their leg of the tour according to their merch guy who ironically was from Michigan. The structure of the songs and lyrics are perfectly complimentary to one another, supported by thumping, blazing bass, and rounded out by spectacular, driving drums. Every song was perfectly constructed for an amazingly entertaining 40 or so minutes.
Everything about The Redliners screamed professionalism, from onstage performance, down to the merchandise and even merch set-up. The t-shirt designs were sweet, with four styles to choose from, two C D's available, (Of which I bought both) with another on the way this spring, stickers, e-mail list, etc.. And to top it off, pricing that is a steal for all that your get! (Mix-and-match any merch item for $20!)
All three members of the band were more than accommodating to all the people wanting to talk to them after the show (of which there were MANY) and very humble to boot. These guys know what it takes to give us audience members a great show; great music, hard work, sacrifice and dedication. The Redliners definitely don't disappoint!
If you have not had the privilege of seeing The Redliners in person, do so NOW, because I truly believe if you wait too much longer you wont be able to get in to see them!

Posted by Ryan Chase on December 9, 2009 at 10:56 PM
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