Happy Monday everyone! It's been a crazy week with all the election madness but we are all still here and the Earth is turning. Not everything goes perfect. It never does and never will, but you have to be able to adapt and make the best with what you have. Mishaps are inevitable with everything, including being on stage. During our career we have had more than our fair share of miscues on stage. Seth has been known for his clumsiness on stage, falling, knocking mics over, falling into my drum set, all while looking around to us in the most awkward of fashion. He has always managed to pull it off with Seth style which is one of the things that a lot of you gravitate towards is that "Seth Swag". Bless his heart, they just don't make them like him anymore. While Seth has had the most frequent of stage stumbles, I would say he doesn't take the prize. That award will go to Cody instead. We were on a support tour with Pop Evil and playing a show not too far from home in Montgomery, Alabama. The place was sold out and packed in every direction. It was a rather small stage, however, and Pop Evil was kind enough to let us use their cabs to save space on stage. Fast forward 15 minutes into the set and we are doing our thing, getting the crowd warmed up for PE, Seth and Cody are doing their spinny-twirly moves and then it happened. Cody loses his footing and is falling backwards, stumbling, trying to regain his balance. His long legs covered too much ground, though, and he ended up bumping into the cab behind him and still was falling backwards. You know how on cartoons when someone runs off a cliff they hover in thin air for a second or two before plunging below? That's how it looked! Cody and his 6'6" frame was trying to hold this guitar cab and keep it from falling but gravity said otherwise. His legs are sticking straight up in the air laying on top of the speakers, his bass goes flying over his head to the back of the stage and the guitar microphone had punched a huge hole into the cab.... That isn't ours... And Pop Evil still has to play. The crowd didn't know whether to laugh or call an ambulance! But Cody gets back up and takes a bow for that wonderful display and the crowd could not have loved the moment any more. After the show Cody is freaking out, those cabs aren't cheap, and the Pop Evil guys are giving him a hard time and saying "Dude how could you do that?!" But eventually let their guard down and we all laughed it off and they settled the mishap over a bottle of Number Juan tequila. Sometimes things don't go as planned, but you have to be able to make the best of what is in front of you. A stage mishap turned into a memorable moment that people at that show still talk about. It could have been worse. Luckily the Pop Evil guys are nice, friendly guys so it turned out to be fine. You have to be able to adapt and evolve to circumstances and situations, even when they look grim, and make the best of it. Stay tuned to the website for exiting news such as NEW MUSIC! We have a video coming out very soon, and get those hoodie orders in and stay warm this winter!