Just short of a year since their last visit here to the Knit stage, Skeletonwitch — an Ohio metal quintet — brings their show to the much more intimate all-ages venue, the Hop!
The Prosthetic Records band plays a brand of thrash that's tightly wound and uncoils fast. Skeletonwitch toys with the typically masculine nature of thrash, though, by adding in Chance Garnette's signature black metal vocals over the top of speeding guitars and new drummer Dustin Boltjes' blastbeats. It's dark, evil headbangery — and just the type of band that's awesome to see up close on a small stage.
Come see Skeletonwitch with BarnBurner, Odyssey, Benign, and Reign of Ashes today, Tuesday July 31. They'll be playing at 7 pm at the Hop. Tickets are $12 for all ages.
For more information click here, or call 368-4077.
Did you know America produces an estimated 9 billion chickens a year and we eat about 7.5 billion? Does that startling figure make you hungry?
If so, stop by Main Market Co-op today for a taste of guilt-free, hormone-free chicken from Heritage Naturals, who we profiled here. Hurry. The complimentary tasting started at 10 am.
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