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Forgettaboutit Too was the place for the hottest bands in Houston during the first weekend of December. The weekend kicked off on Thursday night with only four bands, but I wasn''t disappointed at all. Tridium, an instrumental metal band started off the night, and for their age, they really rocked the joint. Never Touches Zero followed with a tight set supported by good guitar riffs and a great attitude. Congrats on passing the piss test! Persian Lime brought some great original music to the night and was a strong band. Seraphim closed out the show with some great driving rock with melodic overtones. A soulful and passionate lead guitar gave the edge to some great instrumental rock! Friday saw the night start on fire, thanks to Westborn. These guys brought some teeth-grinding, soulful blues rock to Forgettabout it Too. Headtrip came next, with excellent aggressive metal riffs, despite missing one guitar player. The drummer from the band proposed to his girlfriend immediately following their set… and she said yes! That''s a drummer who is no longer homeless. The Reckoning came in next, leading off the set with a soundbyte from “Tombstone,” then breaking into superb driving rock backed by a strong horn section. Since the Ashes batted clean-up, and the mighty vocalist up front really tore up the stage. They truly have a great appreciation for their fan base! Anteros brought some unique work on djembe from the singer, as well as some versatility from the bassist and drummer, swapping out throughout the set. Next in the lineup was Burnt Face Jack, and all I can say is my face was melted. Excellent guitar rippage and tightness as a band. Siennablu wrapped the night with a passion for their music not reached with most bands. A great band, led by great lead and backup vocals! The Jones Family Singers started Saturday off with a bang! Soulful, funky, rockin''… all with such a positive message! The five lovely ladies handling vocals up front were on point with harmonies that couldn''t be beaten, and the young man on the set was tearing it up! Apollo''s Fall brought the world back to rock with aggressive vocals backed by intense work on the kit and strong guitar riffs. Another Run brought some strong original music led by strong vocals from the drummer and guitarist. I thought someone slapped me, but then I realized it was Dedman Sinclair all up in my space with strong yet emotional vocals. The dj did some nice work on synth and turntables, and the whole band was involved with the show. The Ambience community followed, ripping some serious guitar and breaking through with great vocals. Angry vocals and great backing from the band was heard from She Screams Infinity. The night was closed by The Whooping Cranes. The guitar player was very disciplined and shredded, and the bassist brought some great vocals to the show, all pushed ahead by aggressive drumming. Sunday, Sunday, Sunday… Night #4!!! Skyline Falls kicked the night off with good American New Rock. Nice Winger loop, HA! It''s about time I saw someone pull it off… Rise over Ruin brought some nice synchopation along with good vocals. Oh, and the drummer had the best hair of any band that night. Operation Shock & Awe (o.s.a.) brought intricate timing and core vocals to the 3rd set of the night. was pop-punk-fun. They may have been a little shy on stage, but their music showed some teeth, and although they burned through their set, they pulled off a great encore song. The next band of the night was Royal Flush & The Jacks of All Trades, which I''ll call “rock-melodic.” Good vocals and acoustic work, and they pulled off a nice rap medley featuring some old-skool stuff like the Ninja Turtles, Just a Friend and the theme from Fresh Prince of Bel Air. They closed their set with an original, “Nuggets of Freedom,” written in tribute to Dave Thomas, founder of Wendy''s. Virus brought an element of power to the stage with what can only<