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The 3rd Annual SLUTFEST. 12 bands at Screamin Willies in Columbus, Oh. Tickets are $10 at the box office $5 through Destracore.
There will be a benefit concert with 3 or 4 bands playing all night long. The price will be $15/person and $25/couple for anyone buying presale. At the door tickets will be $20/person and $30/couple. Tickers will INCLUDE unlimited draft beer (while supplies last). There will also be raffles for the event. Please come out for great music, beer, good company and supporting An AMAZING YOUNG MAN! Tickets will go on sale March 25th. Please contact myself, James Tackett or Cara Everage with any inquires. Thanks in advance for your support of such a great cause.
Sounds Like: Pantera, Lamb of God, Black Sabbath, Slipknot, Metallica
Label: D-Corps Records
Bio: The year was 1998, in the small town of New Carlisle, Ohio. The four piece metal machine known as Destracore played their first notes. In a kitchen Don Potter, Dan Fisher, Shawn Hymer, and Ryan Hough formed a bond that would last for many years. Starting out by playing covers from the artist they...See Full Bio
“Dayton’s four piece angry thrashers Destracore opened their turbo’d up set turning on the metal machine full grind unleashing The Beast upon the unsuspecting onlookers. Singer Don Potter tag teams between yelling and actual singing as some screamers can’t do. Now that Twinkies have been resurrected, those and Cockroaches will still be the only things surviving the apocalypse but we’ll still all Die Out in style. The bearded Potter, technically a harry Potter possesses a unique pallet of the usual growls, screams and screeching but can also carry a tune with a bit of creepy melancholy and tension attached. They play their future single When I Close My Eyes. They’ve found a nice balance of the heavy stuff infusing some well-placed melody. They take a page from priest, and Break the Law. There’s some nice Death inspired bass and drum dancing beginning/during the Final Act slowing down the ends coming.”