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The Lords of Hell meet the Prince of Darkness. An amazing Halloween double treat. The mighty Slayer tribute Raining Blood clashes horns with the amazing Ozzy tribute Blizzard of Ozz. A night of evil perfect for the season.
It's back again people! LIVE 3/22 PINEAPPLE JACKS ROCHESTER,NY The big four show featuring Metal Militia (Metallica tribute and doing a special set of Megadeth), Raining Blood (Slayer tribute) and BFP (Anthrax tribute featuring member of Clyde and BML). This will be huge! Don't miss out! Show starts 10pm sharp.
A night of intense metal to be had. Raining Blood will be taking that stage at the Firehouse Saloon in Rochester, NY on Sat Feb 8th. Opening the show will be a Million Miles from Broadway. A show not to be missed.
Here you go Rochester. We had a great turnout last time we did this. Let's see if we can make this even bigger this time! Show starts at 10pm sharp so be there on time!
You asked for it Buffalo! The ultimate tribute to Slayer - Raining Blood locks horns the great tribute to Metallica - Metal Militia at the Evening Star in Niagara Falls on 8/31. A great nite of metal to be sure. Raining Blood hits the stage right at 10pm so get there on time!
Sounds Like: Slayer band, Metallica, Anthrax, Megadeth, Testament
Bio: Raining Blood is the premier Slayer tribute band in upstate New York. Whether you are a die hard classic person or like the newer Slayer, you will not be disappointed. This group plays songs from Show No Mercy, all the way up to the current album World Painted Blood. The band has been known from ...See Full Bio
“I would be remiss if I didn't mention Rochester-based Slayer tribute act Raining Blood, which played before AFR on this Montage bill. I'm not much on tributes or covers, but when you tackle Slayer's whole body of work with its hellacious hyper speed and relentless drive, you've set yourself up for a challenge. Raining Blood met that challenge as it effortlessly whipped out the band's trademark double-kick gallop and its fleet pentatonic scream.”