PAINMUSEUM To Play Free Show In New Jersey

PAINMUSEUM, the new band featuring the HALFORD/SEBASTIAN BACH duo of "Metal" Mike Chlasciak (guitar) and Bobby Jarzombek (drums), has announced a free show to kick off the band's East Coast Violence Tour 2006. The concert wil ltake place on Thursday, June 8 at The Fireside Club in Denville, New Jersey.

Commented Mike: "Free show, metal DJs spinning all night, drink specials and the evening will be topped of with PAINMUSEUM. Come out and bang heads with us."

In related news, Metal Mike will make a June 3 guest appearance on the nationally syndicated metal radio show "The Tour Bus".

PAINMUSEUM East Coast Violence 2006 Tour dates:

Jun. 08 - The Fireside Club - Denville, NJ
Jun. 11 - Big Bop Concert Hall/ Reverb Room - Toronto, Canada
Jun. 10 - Steel Music Hall Shredfest - Rochester, NY (w/ BRAND NEW SIN)
Jun. 09 - Dingbatz Club - Clifton, NJ
Jun. 08 - The Fireside Club - Denville, NJ

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