Heavy metal bands to play the Scott Block

A quadruple-bill for local metalheads is on this Friday at The Scott Block in Red Deer. The band Headliner Into Eternity will perform, as well as Enemy Surplus and Netherword. As well, Heavy MTL Battle of the Bands winner Dark Century will play its “death, thrash, grind and hardcore” music.

A quadruple-bill for local metalheads is on this Friday at The Scott Block in Red Deer.

The band Headliner Into Eternity will perform, as well as Enemy Surplus and Netherword. As well, Heavy MTL Battle of the Bands winner Dark Century will play its “death, thrash, grind and hardcore” music.

The five-piece Montreal group is promoting its new single, Kill the Crowd, while on a cross-Canada tour. Dark Century is described as having a heavy, aggressive, “in-your-face” sound. It’s “bacon. It’s greasy, fat and crunchy and its an essential part of any unbalanced diet!” says the group’s guitarist Eric Duranleau.

The four bands will play from 8 p.m. at the Scott Block, 4818 50th Ave. For ticket information, call The Soundhouse in Red Deer (the former Records to the Rafters) or Lars at 403-597-7353.

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