All In - Balancing Values, Success and Fun in the Extreme Metal Business

“Alright everybody, shut the f*** up!”  Tana called sternly as she pulled the black Excursion and its utility trailer into the dark parking lot.  She turned around from the driver’s seat to face the rest of us.  “Okay, kids, these are the rules.  Matt is going to go check in.  We are going to stay here and be quiet.  When it’s time to go in, we’ll go two at a time, because we aren’t paying for six people to stay in the room.  So stay put, be quiet, and we’ll have a place to sleep.”  There was obedient silence as Matt jumped out of the passenger seat of the Skurj, the band's emergency credit card in hand, and disappeared into the hotel lobby.   

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Emily Lynn