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EARLY MAN to rock Key Club, Tuesday March 18
It's been a long time since EARLY MAN did that sold out show at Spaceland in Feb. 06. But the early boys are back, and they expect Los Angeles to prove their worth in metal pride. That means come out, get wild, and show the boys why they need to visit LA more often. And if you haven't heard of EARLY MAN, let's just say they are a couple of shredders who hail from the school of Motörhead, Judas Priest, and Mercyful Fate.
So, i got some good news, and then i got some better news. The good news is THE SHOW IS FUCKING FREE! So its going to be off the hook no matter what. And the better news...
Oakland's SAVIOURS, who tout themselves as a "piss-angry metal band," and ANCESTORS will be performing as well.
March 18, 2008 @ Key Club | Doors open @ 10:30 and most importantly, ITS FREE!
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