Venom Inc. - Lee's Liquor Lounge101 Glenwood Avenue Minneapolis,MN
04/26/2019 6:30 PM - 04/26/2019 8:30 PM
Original Venom (8) members Jeff Dunn and Anthony Bray have rejoined with ex-Venom bassist/vocalist Tony Dolan in a band called Venom Inc.
They are playing original Venom songs. Formed in 2015.
Southern California thrash metal band, formed in the mid-2000s by then-teenage cousins Conan (vocals/guitar) and Mario Moreno (drums).
Exmortus self-released several demos and EPs before signing with Heavy Artillery Records in 2007. The group’s 2008 debut “In Hatred’s Flame” and 2011 follow-up “Beyond The Fall Of Time” earned praise for their “frighteningly aggressive thrash blended with both death metal and NWOBHM bluster.
In 2013 Exmortus announced their signing to Prosthetic Records and began working on their most mature and best recording to date. Produced by Zack Ohren at Castle Ultimate and featuring cover art from Philip Lavere (Kreator, Celtic Frost) the album was released in February 2014 to overwhelming critical attention and stayed on Sirius XM’s Liquid Metal most requested chart for most of the year. The release was followed by a year mainly spent on the road criss-crossing the US on tours alongside Dark Tranquillity; Omnium Gatherum; Lich King; Flotsam & Jetsam; Hatchet/Cellador; Arsis/Allegaeon, culminating with an appearance at Knotfest and a televised performance as the musical guest on a LA KISS arena football game.
Crust / Powerviolence with death metal influences band from Ashtabula, Ohio, formed in 2008.
Impaler is a Shock Rock/Speed Metal band from Eagan, Minnesota. Formed in 1983, the band is known for their over-the-top lyrics and horror-based theatrical live shows, complete with cages, pyro and extreme amounts of blood.
Impaler established in 1983 in St. Paul, Minnesota. Signed with Combat Records in 1984 and released Rise Of The Mutants (1985) and If We Had Brains We'd Be Dangerous (1986) prompting national attention with their raw brand of shock rock and capturing headlines when the Washington Wives fronted by Tipper Gore used Impaler as an example of the wicked influence rock music had on our nations youth.
Sizable record sales amassed in the wake of the controversy and Impaler continues to release cds and dvds.