Ex-MANOWAR/THE DICTATORS Guitarist To Appear At BROOKLYN METALFEST
Ex-MANOWAR/THE DICTATORS guitarist Ross The Boss will be appearing and performing as a special guest of SKULLSHIFTER at the first annual Brooklyn Metalfest this Saturday, June 24 at The Hook, located at 18 Commerce Street, in the Red Hook section of Brooklyn. Also on hand, as previously announced, will be LIFE OF AGONY's Joey Z, as well as Mark "M.E." Edwards of OVERLORDE.
The Brooklyn Metalfest is an all-day metal festival showcasing some of the area's best metal bands. Admission is only $10! There will be a free BBQ running all day for all paid admissions (free food only), raffles for FREE Hartke gitar and bass amplifiers, and tons of other great giveaways! The doors open at 1:30 p.m. and the first band starts promptly at 2:00 p.m.
BURN ME DOWN
EXIT TO ETERNITY
SUNS OF FREEDOM
8 WEEKS DEAD
NAME YOUR POISON
For more information, go to www.brooklynmetalfest.com.
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