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Monday, July 6, 2015

Did you grow up listening to that pirated tape of The Melvins? No? Did you grow up listening to early punk sludge metal? No? Well, are you a fan of offbeat Eighties-era bands with cult followings?  If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, then hike on down to the Mercury Ballroom on July 6 and see how the Eighties-era band that matches all of those descriptions - to wit, the Melvins - has held up. Le Butcherettes will open. Check out this video from a live show at Hellfest in 2011:

--Paul Moffett

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Tuesday, July 7, 2015

On Tuesday, July 7, Theory Of A Deadman will be invading Louisville's Mercury Ballroom, with special guests Shamans Harvest and Louisville's own Signal the Revolution. This might sell out, so I advise you to get your tickets asap! And be sure to show up early for our own hometown boys Signal The Revolution! They will probably hit the stage around 7:30 or 8:00. Not to worry though, things get lively there at the Mercury Ballroom early!! The crowds get there early for that venue for some reason! Congrats to those guys for landing the gig. It's a great place to play.

--Eddy Metal

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Friday, July 10, 2015

Former Skid Row superstar vocalist Sebastian Bach is coming to town soon, so you might want to get your tickets if you are as big a fan of Skid Row as I was growing up. I've actually met and partied with Bas before, backstage at Black Sabbath/Pantera, and he was a cool dude to me. He even remembered me later on at another show! I love Expo 5 and the people there, and there are some good local bands playing on this bill, so it promises to be a fun show! The full lineup is: Sebastian Bach, Texas Hippie Coalition (I like these guys too), Two Pump Chump, Popkiss Chainsaw and Left Hand Twist. You don't wanna miss this one, peeps! Tix are $25.

--Eddy Metal

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