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Live from Japan! Peelander-Z a 4-piece “JAPANESE ACTION COMIC PUNK” band out of NYC who has performed/performing at major music festivals including: Bonnaroo, FunFunFun Fest (2014), Free Press Fest, Norman Music Fest (2x), VooDoo Music Fest (2014), Wakarusa, RIOT fest, Nerdapalooza, Warped Tour, Dragon Con, Nashville Comic Con, Philly Comic Con, Otakon Matsuri, Tulsa Comic Con, and is a favorite at CMJ and SXSW. Buzzchopper A three-piece heavy instrumental surf rock band that hails from landlocked south central Pennsylvania. Their music draws on the classic California surf sounds of the early 60s and adds a post-apocalyptic sense of rhythmic, oceanic doom. The 91's Stoner rock, heavy funk psych of a musical outfit. From Harrisburg http://www.91spot.com/ Blinding Eye Dog Charm City's Beer-swilling, hard-charging, horror-influenced punk rock. https://www.facebook.com/blindingeyedog all-ages 21+ to BYOB $10 advanced, $12 at the door follow the link for advanced tickets.
Die De Los Muertos at Chapala Blue Beetle Bar. Featuring soothing tunes from Beechmover, Nude Mass, Blinding Eye Dog, and more TBA. Presented by Metallomusikum. 5 dollar entry for patrons 18 years and older.
Dia de los Muertos! We're on 1st at 8:00
Greg "Punkachu" ...
Bugsy "Dr. Perve...
Rev. Sean Von Hor...
Sounds Like: Cock Sparrer, Misfits, U.S. Bombs, Peelander-Z, The Meatmen
Label: Bad Taco Records
Bio: A few years ago while exploring the Vatican's library of forbidden texts elite members of the Catholic Church found three missing pages from the horrid Necronomicon. Within these pages an ancient language revealed an apocalyptic prophecy. They could not pronounce the true name of this horror but ...See Full Bio
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“Blinding Eye Dog, a “simply luchadorable punk rock” band from Baltimore, were next to take the stage. Their set included songs such as “The Imperial March”, “Scream Blacula Scream”, “The Wicker Man (Iron Maiden)”, “The Legend of El Stupido”, “Dark Passenger”, “Dunwhich Horror”, “Innsmouth”, “Potters Bluff”, “Barbara”, “Zombie Queen”, “Mandals”, and “The Line”. What really stood out about the band, other than their “Beer-swilling, hard-charging, horror-influenced punk rock”, was their stage presence. Traditionally, costumes include a Lucha Libre and a 340 lb. Pikachu, but the group decided to “step it up to a new level of stupidity” in honor of the “May the 4th Be With You” theme by tossing Star Wars masks and a light sabre into the mix. In addition to providing ear as well as eye candy, the guys flung a Starburst filled Piñata into the crowd. This is a band that strives to entertain a variety of senses, and on”