The last of the thrumming beats echo out into the stadium hall to which is answered heartily by our human fans. The screaming and cheering goes on for at least another 5 minutes by the way I could tell, but for all I know, we could have been standing there for centuries, listening to them. If there was ever a moment that we could have summoned an army of adsolents to our bidding, now was that time.
Melody's smiling more than I've ever seen, a red flush shining on her clear skin and life shining bright in her eyes. The red and white lights illuminating us sparkle off our chains and peircings. The crowd rumbles below us like a sea of heaving bodies. I can feel my bandmates's presences and their rush of pride. I can practically feel their hearts thumping through the floor.
I peer through the crowd, looking for that boy, the one with the cast on his leg, the one that was in such a hurry to leave the concert. I can't spot him, b