Dawn of the Madman
The sun had set on the heavy metal capital of the world and it was plunged into darkness. The people were lost and forgot their ways. They had forgotten how to rock. But there were whispers that this darkness was temporary and that an ordinary man would come wielding an ordinary guitar with only the power of the gods and no assistance from fancy pedals or expensive amplifiers. A man not of this world forged in solitude with no qualifications other than the love for rock n' roll in his heart and soul. When would this savior appear?
Our story takes us to the East side of San Antonio where an ordinary math teacher is busy at work. Here an ordinary man toiled away with his guitar getting dusty at home. He was a little different, kept to himself, and buried himself in his work. Could this be our savior with a great destiny?
The people of San Antonio debated saying things like, "How can he be the great one, he has glasses, and a pony tail?" Others said, "The great one is supposed to come from an unexpected place." The debate continued, until one day this ordinary math teacher decided to undergo an experiment. He thought to himself, "I cannot find any good information online for how to make a band or any stories or footage during the journey from anyone other than big stars on VH1 specials. What if I create a band and document the process so others will know what and what not to do."
So the experiment was born. Graysin decided to risk his own life, job, well being, and reputation for an experiment to help others. But then it happened. A freak accident occurred. The power supply surged and the experiment went horribly wrong. The sound waves warped time and space and an electrical charge shot through Graysin's body that connected him from the ground to the heavens beyond time and space for just a moment.
When Graysin was returned to this world he was unrecognizable. He had long curly hair that flowed down his shoulders and his glasses had been destroyed. A complete make over! From now on Graysin could take any guitar and make it wail like the pros. He also became fearless and began taking huge risks that only someone that was quite mad would find appropriate. The Metal City Madman was born and he was now ready to take on the world one gig at a time.
...To be continued in "Enter The Funk"
Graysin - Lead Guitar/Vocals
Dean - Bass
John - Drums