MANIACAL MOJO is up to no good again! This time he has help with his chaos...MACHINE GUN FUNK, GUVERRA, FOR THOSE LIKE US, MONOTHEIST and THOUGHT OF REDEMPTION are ready to ROCK!!! Get there before 9pm and save! $5 cover before 9pm / $7 after (18 and up)
Show starts at 9:30
http://www.ssa.cc/mainstreetlive.html Daytona's Main Street Live original music and art festival THE STREET PARTY YOU WONT WANT TO MISS!!! (The Street will be closed from A-1-A to Peninsula DR) Presented by Songwriters Showcases of America Saturday 2/9, 2013 2pm-1am 0ver 130 Acts @ 17 Stages Other Activities Include: Art Show and Side Walk Chalk Art Taking place at various venues throughout Daytona's Mainstreet Entertainment District $10 Advanced Discount All Venue Pass or $15 @ the Gate (some stages are free) Ages 12 and Under FREE Advanced Discount Tickets on Sale Now!
Sounds Like: Rage Against The Machine, Metallica, Lamb of God, Pantera, Slayer band
Bio: Hailing from Orlando, FL, Machine Gun Funk (named after a Notorious B.I.G. song) continues to solidify their status in the underground metal community. The quintet's style combines elements of thrash and doom metal with the intensity of hardcore, creating a blend of groovy galloping rhythms and p...See Full Bio
: Machine Gun Funk has a show on 06/15/2013 at 07:00 PM @ Bombshells ... in Orlando, FL http://t.co/hwUNP5QGSj #concert
“Doom Metal is defiantly a root, which makes clear sense as that genre was strongly influenced by the early work of Black Sabbath. Now, on the last track off the EP you can really hear the play of Thrash Metal as the tempo picks up the raw aggression and intensity pulse through the speakers in ‘HomeLand Obscurity’. The track ‘Fire of Tragedy’ I personally thought rocked and I found the lyric’s “I come from the midnight star; raging fire of tragedy, left alone to bleed, in a sea of disease I come from the midnight star” to have a cool organic quality to them. If you are a fan of Megadeth, Metalica, Anthrax, Kid Rock and Venon then you will be addicted to this underground metal band, Machine Gun Funk.”