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Straight to the Moon / Press

“The festivities kicked off with Straight to the Moon. If you want a common description of this band it is a Metal/Rock/Progressive band - but this band is anything but common. I have seen this band more times than I can count and every time I leave in the same condition; mind blown and wanting more. Lead vocalist for Straight to the Moon is none other than Dewey B. Weather, and if you are in the SoCal music scene you know him from his other project (Rain Brings Weather), and you also know that his life is music and art. I would describe him as the modern day Jim Morrison because he looses himself in the music and seems to leave his own body when he performs. He is backed up by an amazing band of musicians that include: Michael Luethold - Guitar, Brannon Mitchell - Guitar, Kriist Long - Drums, and Erik Long - Bass. If you want a music experience see this band play live.”

“Straight to the Moon is something from another world. Psychedelic Metal might be the best description of them. Lead vocals (Dewey, also the lead singer from Rain Brings Weather) proved that his talent has no limits. We could not stop watching. The band never quit moving, even as the place was closing around 2 AM. They were like fireballs being shot off the stage. The music was hard with flashes of Rage Against the Machine type of funk, and they had the appropriate growls to be metal. We left amazed, stimulated by both the visuals and the sound. This band is new but is sure to take the music scene by storm with their unique style and sound.”

"Although Darkest Hour was the headlining band of the evening, mention must also be made of the Amazing local SoCal bands who provided support for the show including: Ruins of Time, Straight to the Moon, Our Own Accord, Invisible Monsters, & Kaustik providing direct support. In a effort to NOT write the musical review version of “War & Peace”, I will tell you that all the bands playing support for Darkest Hour were worthy of playing on the same iconic stage they shared for the evening and I look forward to seeing them all again. Highlights for me were seeing Ruins of Time & Invisible Monsters for the first time, witnessing Straight to the Moon play 1 continuous song for their entire set and seeing their lead singer Dewey - whom I’ve compared to a modern day Jim Morrison - perform in the house that Jim built."

“Although Darkest Hour was the headlining band of the evening, mention must also be made of the Amazing local SoCal bands who provided support for the show including: Ruins of Time, Straight to the Moon, Our Own Accord, Invisible Monsters, & Kaustik providing direct support. In a effort to NOT write the musical review version of “War & Peace”, I will tell you that all the bands playing support for Darkest Hour were worthy of playing on the same iconic stage they shared for the evening and I look forward to seeing them all again. Highlights for me were seeing Ruins of Time & Invisible Monsters for the first time, witnessing Straight to the Moon play 1 continuous song for their entire set and seeing their lead singer Dewey - whom I’ve compared to a modern day Jim Morrison - perform in the house that Jim built, and seeing Our Own Accord & Kaustik fans fill the floor and creating brutal mosh pits in preparation for the mayhem to follow.”

“Although Darkest Hour was the headlining band of the evening, mention must also be made of the Amazing local SoCal bands who provided support for the show including: Ruins of Time, Straight to the Moon, Our Own Accord, Invisible Monsters, & Kaustik providing direct support. In a effort to NOT write the musical review version of “War & Peace”, I will tell you that all the bands playing support for Darkest Hour were worthy of playing on the same iconic stage they shared for the evening and I look forward to seeing them all again. Highlights for me were seeing Ruins of Time & Invisible Monsters for the first time, witnessing Straight to the Moon play 1 continuous song for their entire set and seeing their lead singer Dewey - whom I’ve compared to a modern day Jim Morrison - perform in the house that Jim built, and seeing Our Own Accord & Kaustik fans fill the floor and creating brutal mosh pits in preparation for the mayhem to follow.”