News Update! The Rivalry taking action against rainy shows!!
In a striking development New York based rock band The Rivalry are taking weather issues into their own hands. After playing show after show in the rain, The Rivalry have decided it's time for the shenanigans to end. "I feel like every day we play a show, we're loading up our trailer and it is an absolute gorgeous day out, but once we get to the venue things drastically take a turn for the worst," bellowed Guitarist Keith Allen, who after last nights Crazy Donkey show woke up with a sever case of the sniffles. "I get on stage, I sweat and then I have to carry out all my equipment in the Rain. I do my best to put on a hoodie to cover my head, but sometimes even that can't stop the elements from affecting me." Even Michael Sadis is not immune, "Do I like playing in the Rain? No. But it seems our last 27 shows have all been followed by serious storm clouds."
InTouch reporting recently got in touch with weather.com's lead meteorologist Adolfo Hogan to get the scoop. "I've never seen anything like it. I mean bands like Obituary and Soilent Green, used to try to summon lighting and thunder for an aesthetic feel to their Death Mteal shows, but rarely did that work. 27 straight shows in the rain.....Well that's a streak that rivals Dimmagio," chimed a distraught Hogan.
"We're going to devote all of our time and money into figuring this thing out. I mean, yeah we should be writing music, but If the rain continues our entire next ep might be entirely about water," said Allen, who briskly wiped his nose before taking a sip of a tepid bowl of lipton soup.
This is InTouch with, The Rivalry.