The Gitas are an up and coming band that has been together less than a year and already have that strong dynamic sound most seasoned bands strive for. The trio, Sasha Chemerov (vocal/guitar), Brittany Maccarello (drums), Sal Ramazzini (bass), have been hard at work churning out solid rock music and their future is quite bright indeed. The level of energy this band brings to the stage is outstanding and worthy of a double-take. The hard rock the Viper Room served was exactly what the mid-week crowd had ordered. The noise ordinances may have been violated on this night and the police were possibly on high alert. Sources could not confirm this at the time of this article.
The recent adventures of The Gitas included a show at the infamous Viper Room where the unsuspecting crowd left with ringing ears for the next few days. The band is also in the process of recording a new album with the current lineup with more music and touring up ahead. The band opened with “My Baby Gets Stuck” and the fans were instantly hooked. The power chords were fierce as Ramazzini began to sweat on his axe and caused his aura to radiate a strong orange hue. Those social media pictures were sure to back up this story. The drums were beaten so brutally that a drumstick broke in half, rocketing out the projectile towards Chemerov. Maccarello recovered and got through the song one drumstick down. The intense force behind this band proved too much for the room and caused the room to heat up and cause the patrons to sweat a long with the music.
The band would banter a bit during song breaks but would press on to get through all of their songs. The current single, “Mood For Love,” rocked the room into submission as the fist-pumping track had the energy level at 11. Chemerov paused and invited the crowd to get closer to the stage. The people did but not before Ramazzini yelled out, “We like to bite people, we bite hard.” The crowd relaxed and filled in the empty space in front of the stage. The fans loved The Gitas and the all-too short set was not enough. May their next show in town cause the rabid fans to force those noise ordinance officers to stop by the venue and enjoy the show as well.
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