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Adios Mafia takes the stage at 8 pm to assist in the pleasantries of Mr. Frank Wood's Wind Down Sundays.
You are personally invited to the 3rd Annual Zombie-thon Rock n' Roll Bonanza! 3 years ago, the guys of Adios Mafia were thinking about 2 important things: rock n' roll and zombies. After several moments of intense radiation, coupled with the blaring guitars, the idea was born. What will be there? Booze Awesome Bands like...CLOSE2DEATH! Food ADIOS muthafu@#in MAFIA Zombie Chicks Zombie Movies Beer Pong Cos Play Furries Naughty Behavior Mace Tazers Ninja Stuff More booze Contests Awesomeness... Clear your calendar and make it happen, slap-cheese.
Close2Death on the UES again. Watch us match wits n guitar lix with Adios Mafia who have managed to create this event out of the fog of chaos!
It shall be a glorious undertaking of rock n' roll awesomosity that will leave a wake of quiviering gentalia and drunken mayhem. Adios Mafia and Close 2 Death will destroy you. You will thanks and be better for it.
Sounds Like: Tuff Darts, The Ramones, Guns N' Roses, Social Distortion, The Dwarves
Label: 287 Records, Mt. vernon NY
Manager: Martin Cahill
Bio: Adios Mafia is a ferocious rock n’ roll band emerging from the forgotten enclave of Woodlawn in the Bronx, NYC, bordering the drinking capitol of Yonkers. There, 4 friends formed a musical gang, a brotherhood, a mafia, tired of PC-friendly rock music lacking the aggression and ingenuity the genre...See Full Bio
: RT @NickMarvalous: Exhibit A: the bag my wife SUPPOSEDLY vomited in and got us kicked off flight. Thanks @JetBlue ! http://t.co/xOCso9YTyS
“Of course, these bruthas bear the imprint of fellow New Yorkers RAMONES and BEASTIE BOYS, but there’s surely something their own in their grooves, like the classic hard rock riffage and soloing in “Mean n’ Dirty” which sets in one’s frontal lobe for long – before long. So, although it must be hard to compete on the scene, the mafiosi are here to stay, and “no stopping us” is no mere boasting here.”