A Metallica song plays over the speakers whenever, it seems, Days in Transit enters a stage for a gig.
The members of the Downvalley-based, three-piece band don't really know why. Their indie, alternative rock sound is far-removed from heavy metal
The Great Party delivers what its name promises - a raucous good time to audiences.
For this Scranton band, turning out fun, danceable music and spirited performances is its specialty.
Losing a passport and thousands of dollars while traveling overseas poses plenty of problems for anyone, but when it happens in the middle of a tour to a band, it's a nightmare.
The lead singer of Motionless in White still considers shows he played in his hometown some of his best.
"That was when I really felt like the band could go somewhere," said Chris "Motionless" Cerulli, 27, a Pittston native.
Before the metal band, known
The popular image of a musician's life is all fun, all the time - late nights, wild parties and no bosses or time clocks to punch.