New York hardcore legends SKARHEAD are returning for one-show in Tempe, Arizona on April 26, 2008. The band, which features Lord Ezec (a.k.a. Danny Diablo) and Puerto Rican Myke, will make its first live appearance since its last performance at 2006's Superbowl of Hardcore. The rest of the group's lineup will consist of Rigg Ross of MADBALL on drums, Danny Marianino of NORTH SIDE KINGS on guitar, Todd Hamilton of WARZONE on bass, and Brandon Crane of THE CO-DEFENDANTS on guitar. Also on the bill are NORTH SIDE KINGS, CEE KAY (LCN, STEREO MECHANICS, SHOT BLOCKERS), BRICKTOP, GEORGE MOSHINGTON, and CAROLINA CRACKER. The concert is open to everyone 21 and older and will take place at The Stray Cat, located at 2433 E. University Dr. Tempe, Arizona. The show is being presented by AMJ Concerts and is a Dirty Money Syndicate production.
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