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Live in Quincy! Infernal Overdrive, The Humanoids, Back Seat Redemption and an Ass Tractor reunion show! Plus $1 beers, Bruins game on the big screen and plenty of parking right in Quincy Center!
Black Thai and Infernal Overdrive with Jaw Horse and Wasted Theory!!!
More bands TBA!!!
Much rock for only $5!!!! The Station 1550 McKean St. Philadelphia, PA 19125
Jammin' and Drinkin' beer w/ friends from DE, Wasted Theory and from Maryland, Trilogy plus New Theory and The Goons UNLIMITED BEER!!!
Sounds Like: Thin Lizzy, KISS, Aerosmith, Guns N' Roses, Led Zepplin
Label: Small Stone Records
Bio: Rumors abound that somewhere in the depths of New Jersey time stands still and it is always 1977. Trapped in this interstellar time warp, making electric amageddon is Infernal Overdrive. Fronted by the mysterious, oft reckless Marc Schleicher (Cracktorch, Quintaine Americana, Antler) - a Boston n...See Full Bio
“I think I pulled my rock muscle. It was a pretty bold choice on New Jersey four-piece Infernal Overdrive‘s part to throw in the 12-minute jam (which was shortened, but still) “Motor” so early into the set, but they pulled it off, ranging far into psychedelic moodiness and then bringing it back into their own brand of classic-type riff rock. Brothers Keith and Marc Schleicher held down cuts like “Viking” — which I’m dying to hear the final version of — the former with his customized Captain America bass, now featuring blue knobs. They’re always a show, huge on personality, but the songwriting backs it up. “I-95,” from their Small Stone debut, Last Rays of the Dying Sun is maddeningly catchy, and though Marc didn’t jump off the stage in his James Brown boogie routine, he and guitarist Rich Miele both sounded excellent and drummer Mike Bennett pushed a big rock finish over the top, the band’s logo proudly blazing off the front of his kick bass.”
Thanks to everyone for coming out this weekend.