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March 09, 2015 7:30 PM
Anvil is a Canadian heavy metal band consisting of Steve Kudlow, Robb Reiner and Glenn Five. It has greatly contributed to the development of heavy metal as a musical genre. This is a band has been active since 1978; their music is trash/heavy metal with looks to match. They often appear in major heavy metal festivals and have been the subject for a documentary in 2008 - Anvil! The Story of Anvil, by a director/writer who was their former roadie, Sacha Gervasi.
March 13, 2015 8:00 PM
Pennywise is a punk rock band from Hermosa Beach, California has been jamming hardcore melodies since 1988. The group has released a number of albums and continues to produce its 1990s grunge-inspired punk rock sound with political and moral backings. The group has been influenced by such bands as Sex Pistols, Generation X, Social Distortion and Dead Kennedys.
March 14, 2015 10:00 AM
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Peter Phillips (born June 21, 1970), better known by his stage name Pete Rock, is an American record producer, DJ and rapper. He rose to prominence in the early 1990s as one half of the critically acclaimed group Pete Rock & CL Smooth.
March 25, 2015 7:30 PM
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The Texas Hippie Coalition (THC for short--coincidence?) is a heavy metal/hard rock band based in Denison, Texas that saw it's national profile raise sharply with the release of its debut album Rollin' in 2010. Combining the best aspects of Southern hard rock with heavy metal, Texas Hippie Coalition has stumbled upon a musical formula that has fans of those genres singing its praises. Nicknamed "The Band of Outlaws" by the band's ever growing number of fans, THC is steadily rising to become one of the Southern United States' most promising hard rock acts.
April 03, 2015 8:00 PM
Initially starting Mushroomhead as a side project to their others bands and donning masks and stage names to disassociate themselves from these bands, the members of the Cleveland-based collective quickly became known for these costumes. Playing its first two shows in 1993 with popular thrash metal band GWAR--a group also known for over-the-top costuming--Mushroomhead immediately developed a cult following and has maintained this fan base ever since. With it's heavy industrial metal and thematically dark stage show, Mushroomhead has been featured on multiple horror film soundtracks and been included in tours like Ozzfest and Mayhem Festival.
April 07, 2015 8:00 PM
April 09, 2015 7:30 PM
Blood on the Dance Floor is an electro/powerpop band from Orlando, Florida that is considered to be one of the nation's most commercially successful underground electronica acts performing today, with over half a million MP3s sold and counting. Although the band is still relatively unknown compared to its more radio-friendly, mainstream counterparts, Blood on the Dance Floor continues to experience much success releasing tracks and putting on shows for its ever-growing fan base throughout the US.
April 15, 2015 7:30 PM
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What originally started as a creative outlet for guitarist Zakk Wylde in 1998--when he wasn't playing with Ozzy Osbourne--has turned into a serious metal musical endeavor that has consumed the lives of all of its members. Dubbed the Black Label Society, the ferocity that comes through the band's music is consuming and nearly impossible to turn your back on. And even though the rag-tag cast of musicians that comprise the outfit is a swarthy lot, they're more than capable of serving up crunchy metal jams.
April 18, 2015 8:00 PM
Psychostick is a hardcore band from Tempe, Arizona that has set itself apart from the crowded heavy metal scene with its extreme use of humor. With a sound it describes as "humorcore," the band packs its music with comical, sometimes nonsensical, lyrics about anything and everything including love and depression (one of its songs is called "Prozak Milkshake"). Starting with its 2006 debut album We Couldn't think of a Title, humor has dominated the band's music, particularly during live shows when it uses prop comedy to enhance the live experience. But when it comes to instrumentation, the band takes its music very seriously. Psychostick shtick manages to work because it doesn't carelessly throw songs and silly words together--instead offering carefully crafted ridiculousness.