MechaBull, KIFF, Thrash Can at Deep South 4/9/15
The rock show you just can't miss!!!
8p doors, 9p show https://www.facebook.com/events/743380735733670/ *** Use venue side entrance for entry to this event *** >>> click here to >>> MECHABULL - Raleigh raw hard rock & metal trio! http://www.facebook.com/Mechabull THE INFAMOUS SUGAR - Raleigh's own legendary one-man party band will make you shake your ass and get freaky! http://www.facebook.com/theinfamoussugar http://theinfamoussugar.bandcamp.com/ NO ANGER CONTROL - Charlotte punks fronted by TIFF from The Bamfs. https://www.facebook.com/NoAngerControl YEA(H) - snot-nose Garner punks! http://www.facebook.com/YEAHTHEOFFICALPAGE live at The Maywood Friday October 17 658 Maywood Avenue - Raleigh, NC DIRECTIONS: The Maywood is located inside the Raleigh beltline, right off I-40 at exit 297, Lake Wheeler Road. Follow the signs towards downtown Raleigh / NC State Farmer's Market. Turn right onto Maywood Avenue (after the Exxon/Subway). We're the second building on the left. Plenty of no-hassle free parking in our parking lot. FREE overflow parking on the street.
Drums, Growling, Screaming, Alcohol Abuse
MechaBull has a show on 01/17/2014 at 07:00 PM @ Deep South The Bar in Raleigh, NC http://www.reverbnation.com/c./poni/256207296 #concert
“Raleigh heavy metal band MechaBull is a three piece ensemble of raging rockers who combine explosive heavy metal with blasts of punk. Lead screamer/singer Caesar Blade has a super infectious smile that doesn't quit. His energy can't be contained either, and this is a good thing. His guitar is volatile and you know the Beast of Hard Rock lives within him as you watch him unleash on the crowd. Any man who brings his own coffee table to the stage to rise a little higher to the occasion gets my vote for most enthusiastic! Drummer Shawn Toxxic's poison lies within his venomous sticks. He's an insanely good drummer who packs his own brand of heat with a drum kit. He was soaking wet and topless by the second song. Bassist Russ Thruster enters his own world as he gets intense with his instrument. The skill and artful precision of his fingers viciously working the strings seems to come natural for him.”