Dying Fetus Live @ DNA Lounge

Thu Oct 17, 2013
DNA Lounge
$14 - $20
Music, Live Music Clubs, Metal


Performing live:

DYING FETUS -- http://www.dyingfetus.com/
EXHUMED -- https://www.facebook.com/exhumedofficial
ABIOTIC -- https://www.facebook.com/abioticfl
HEMOTOXIN -- https://www.facebook.com/hemotoxin
WAKING THE CADAVER -- https://www.facebook.com/wakingthecadaver

With DJ:

Rob Metal

Grinding out of Maryland comes Dying Fetus. Formed in 1991 and fronted by extreme metal vocal king John Gallagher, whose reality-based vocals, often of a political or modern theme, puts them head and shoulders above most bands in what can seem a like sounding monotonous genera. Gallagher's technical mastery of the guitar paired with Sean Beasleys knowledge of the bass fret board, and the rhythmic mastermind Trey Williams (ex-Severed Head) on the drums really puts the Power in Power Trio in the most brutal sense possible. With 7 albums, a half dozen music videos, and countless tours under their belts Dying Fetus is no stranger to the live show and is sure not to disappoint.

Supported by a couple of the most seasoned up and coming support bands. old-school gore-themed death metalers from San Jose Exhumed, who after reuniting in 2010 have been touring non-stop. Influenced by the likes of Carcass and Entombed, Exhumed knows their way around death metal.

Texas based Devourment started in 1995, only to have multiple break up and reformations until 2005. Now with the release of their first new album in 4 years, "Conceived in Sewage", Devourment is back on track to slay anyone that stands in their way.

death metal.
doors @ 6:30pm;
show 7pm.
all ages.
$14 advance;
$20 day of show.

RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/596675660382710/

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VIP Double: $680: https://www.dnalounge.com/order/

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  1. DNA Lounge
    11th at Harrison Street, San Francisco, CA