Drummer Preston Nash has confirmed he will hit the skins for SOCIETY 1 at their show at LA's Key Club, March 11. Nash, who has sat in on drums with SOCIETY 1 in the past, has made his name as drummer for DOPE and PRIMER 55.
The March 11 show at the Key Club — SOCIETY 1's final show before hitting the studio to record the follow-up to "Exit Through Fear" — promises to be a freakshow gala of eye-opening, stomach-turning, soul-inverting sights and sounds.
Not only will SOCIETY 1 play a full set of their industrial-metal mayhem, but frontman Matt Zane (as his alter-ego "The Lord") will also perform a series of songs while suspended from his back with meathooks. Joining Matt on vocals will be a very special guest, yet to be revealed.
Also in store for this pornstar-hosted night are live sex contests, an S&M show, a performance by pro suspension artist Joey Strange, and an exhibition by "America's Most Extreme Performance Artist", CoRE.
The entire show will be filmed for a DVD, coming out later this year on Earache.
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