Why It Matters reviews John 5 and The Creatures as they passed through LA in the early dates of their tour.
Their review not only praises the way John 5 leaves you “spellbound” during the show but also talks about the “thundering” drum playing of Rodger Carter and the “flawless bass” of Ian Ross.
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John 5 and The Creatures Slay
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To see John play live is difficult to describe in words. He rattles you to the bones (and ear drums) with his shredding and leaves you completely spellbound with the speed in which he is able to play. I have never seen anything quite like this. I’m not ashamed to say that this was my first metal show and this indie girl was in complete awe. I could rattle on about the thundering drum playing of RodgerCarter and the flawless bass playing by Ian Ross, but really this is is show you have to see to believe. You have to see John in his zone with his fingers speeding up and down on the guitar, you have to feel the way that your adrenaline pumps and forces you to bang your head along. There’s just no way to put words to describe the way he skillfully plays guitar. He has brought the musicianship of rock to the forefront and has slayed each one of us in the process.