Electric Ballroom 7443 e. 6th ave, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 480-970-1222 Doors open at 7pm Presented by NO COVER MAGAZINE PHOENIX
YULETIDE FEAR 2013 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20TH NO COVER!!! A SICK BLEND OF PUNK & METAL! DOORS 8PM 21+ BANDS & TIMES! 12:45AM - SANITATION SQUAD https://www.facebook.com/SanitationSquad 11:45PM - THE ATOMIC ZOMBIES https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Atomic-Zombies/131776300214619 10:45PM - CRIPPLED NINJA https://www.facebook.com/pages/Crippled-Ninja/282707120802 9:45PM - GIFT OF DESTINY https://www.facebook.com/Giftofdestiny 8:45PM - CAMEL ENAMEL https://www.facebook.com/CamelEnamelPHX
t is time to invade Old Town Scottsdale once again and show these assholes how to party! It will be a night where metal will be blaring for all to hear and a sea of black tshirts will invade the streets! We invite you to come along and spread the brutality! We have a kickass lineup of bands playing with us: Virulent, Kin of the Zen, Downhill Trend, and Gift of Destiny. This show is 21+. Doors are at 6pm, so come start early. We have not shared the stage with most of them, so why not get there early to check them out and show them some love. Tickets are only $10 and are available now!!! We will have new merchandise available as well! Plan on going to UFEST??? We will have a deal where you can get a ticket for this show and UFEST for a special price! How much you ask??? Contact us and we will let you know!
Sounds Like: Pantera, Slipknot, Refused, Dead Kennedys, Marilyn Manson
Bio: ● “Once in a while you run across something that just feels right musically. With the overabundance and subdivision of the music world it's refreshing to find something that does not conform to what anyone expects and yet is everything you expected. Finding that balance takes skill. Gift of Desti...See Full Bio
“GoD is uncommonly versatile. With its agit-prop stance and Johnny Rotten vocal whine, “C.I.A.” is straight-up punk rock. “Therapy” deploys DJ fx and weapons grade riffs and drumming that goes beyond heavy. And if Rob Zombie banged Marilyn Manson, their love child might sound like GoD’s version of “Play That Funky Music,” and unlikely cover that is ultimately a winner, right down to it’s fluid wah-pedal. Influenced are clear here, but the quality performances, especially the muscular drumming, are what really boost this band ahead of the pack.”