Tomorrow night, Merseyside, UK thrashers S.S.S. will step out onto London's Brixton Academy stage as one of the support acts for U.S. metallers KILLSWITCH ENGAGE. In their true underground and frenetic style, S.S.S. look set to deliver a show-stopping performance to the 5,000-capacity London venue.
Speaking out about his plans for the gig, the band's enigmatic frontman Foxy has stated: "Last time S.S.S. was in London they cut our sandwiches into triangles. We're not taking any chances at KILLSWITCH. We're bringing our own packed lunch and our S.S.S. mascot pigs head. Once we have fed our faces the crowd can taste the scraps."
The pig's head was famously tossed amongst frantic fans at the "Thrash Gig" that S.S.S. held in Liverpool earlier this year. This video footage of the raucous performance of crowd favorite "The Beast" (available below) should provide a taste of what to expect from S.S.S. at the London gig.
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