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Mass Destruction Metal Fest II Nov. 2-3

Nasty Savage, Terrorizer, Accused AD, and more take over the Loft for a weekend of neck-breaking riffs

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HORDES OF ZOMBIES: L.A.’s classic grindcore outfit Terrorizer headlines night two of Mass Destruction Metal Fest II.

West Peachtree Street will flow red with the blood of nonbelievers come Friday and Saturday, November 2-3, when the Mass Destruction Metal Fest returns to the Loft. On Friday night, the almighty Hellgoat kicks off a lineup filled out by Florida power metal hedonists Nasty Savage, along with Sadistic Intent, the Accused AD, Perdition Temple, FIN, and FaithXTractor. On Saturday night, L.A.’s classic grindcore outfit Terrorizer closes out a bill featuring performances by the Chasm, Morbid Saint, Mortuary, Hellfire Deathcult, Ritual Decay, Abysmal Lord, and a rare reunion show by Atlanta’s own ’90s death metal institution, Avulsion. Bring earplugs, yoga stretch your neck, and prepare for a night of helicopter head-banging and white-hot metal riffs to beat the devil. \m/

$45 (adv), $55 (door) for single-day tickets; $75 (adv), $85 (door) weekend pass. 6 p.m. Fri., Nov. 2; 5 p.m. Sat., Nov. 3. The Loft, 1374 West Peachtree St. N.W. 404-885-1365. www.centerstage-atlanta.com.

 



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