Downtown Music's Halloween Block Party: Free, BYOB, BBQ, all-ages, private-property party.
Saturday, September 24 · 6:00pm - 10:00pm We Are One Skate Park 621 West 7300 South Midvale, UT Massacre at the Wake, Ghetto Boys, and 2X The Fall are putting on a benefit show to help raise money after the tragic, unexpected death of Samantha White. This is an ALL-AGES show at the We R One Skatepark. Please come out and help us help out this wonderful family in their time of loss. Our deepest sympathies and condolences go out to Samantha's family, friends and to everyone who's lives she touched.
This Show Is Scheduled @ Liquid Joe's 1248 E. 3300 S.
Chances are the admission fee will be $5. There are no tickets to sell. Thank God!
Massacre at the Wake Born in 2005 from the ashes of Minus One and PostRiot, Massacre at the Wake is something entirely new and different. Focused on making brutal music and not a specific style makes it hard to pigeon-hole MATW into a single genre, with influences ranging from Slayer and Meshuggah to Agnostic Front and Hatebreed. One thing is certain, when Massacre takes the stage YOU WILL GET YOUR FACE MELTED and you will be sore the next day!! END ever The unadulterated metal onslaught that is END ever, began in Billings, MT in 1998. END ever appeared at the 2001 Milwaukee Metal Fest and has shared the stage with such bands as Diecast, If Hope Dies, E-Town Concrete, Dope, Primer UNDUN are the slag pile of Montana's music scene; dark dank mounds of sharp edged rock spewing from pristine, country hillsides, Like slag. Undun are the by products of over-processed rock; stripped of supposed worth and tossed aside by the undiscerning. However they both possess value. Each speaks to the darker side of nature, evidence of man's greed and waste. Neither can be ignored
Sounds Like: Slayer band, Arsonists get all the girls
Born in 2005 from the ashes of Minus One and PostRiot, Massacre at the Wake is something entirely new and different.
Focused on making brutal music and not a specific style makes it hard to pigeon-hole MATW into a single genre, with influences ranging from Slayer and Meshuggah to Agnostic Front ...See Full Bio
“The band put forward some of the best musicianship I’ve seen this side of Slayer. Their very intense brand of thrash metal is very demanding of the guitarists, bassist, drummer and singer (screamer?) and features some great breakdowns as well. Overall, this band put on a spectacular set that was well worth seeing.”