Upcoming Show: Wicked Pissa Metal Night, featuring Fog Wizard, Wicked Inquisition, Faces of Bayon, Lobotomobile, Epicenter, and Graviton at Sammy Patio (Revere, MA) - June 19, 2015 - 8 PM - 21+ - $10
Friday, June 19, Sammy's Patio in Revere, MA will play host to a joint Metal New England and Killer Robot Productions show entitled "Wicked Pissa Metal Night," featuring Fog Wizard, Wicked Inquisition (on tour from Minneapolis, MN), Faces of Bayon, Lobotomobile (from Keene, NH), Epicenter (from Pelham, NH), and Graviton. This event promises to uphold the tradition at Sammy's of presenting a variety of different heavy metal acts on the same bill. Members of Fog Wizard have indicated that this might be their last show before a hiatus of indefinite length, so concert-goers still on the fence should consider attending this event to sate their bloodthirst for "Boston's Bloodiest Band." Tell the personnel at the door that Captain Motherfucker sent you, but be sure to place special emphasis on "Captain" to avoid getting thrown out before gaining admittance. Wicked Inquisition released their self-titled debut album in early May, so be sure to audition their new tunes and pick up a CD at the show. Faces of Bayon, who continue their unofficial residence at Sammy's on Friday, are perennial audience favorites with a sound almost too heavy for the relatively small venue. They have been playing new doomy material--some of which will appear on their forthcoming second album--practically every time they have played this stage over the past few months, and that should be reason enough to catch their set this Friday. Two New Hampshire bands, Lobotomobile and Epicenter, will provide contrast with the sludge and doom-laden bands mentioned above. Keene's Lobotomobile perform an eclectic, theatrical, horror-steeped heavy metal experience that must be seen and heard to be believed. Epicenter, based in Pelham, execute highly technical, thrash metal acrobatics that will get your blood pumping (in preparation for seeing it splattered later during Fog Wizard's set). Rounding out the bill, a relatively new act named Graviton, hailing from Townsend, MA, will also raise your heart rate with their brand of angular, death-inflected metal.
It sounds as if Sammy's will be hopping—and headbanging and thrashing about—again this Friday. Festivities will begin at 8 PM, and doors will be opened to you for $10 and the presentation of valid photo ID for this 21+ show.