WACO JESUS, MESRINE To Perform At This Weekend's GRINDING INTO SHRUBBERY Festival
Illinois' WACO JESUS and Quebec City's MESRINE are among the bands that will perform at the Grinding Into Shrubbery festival, set to take place Saturday, December 13 at Reilly's third-floor bar, located in the heart of Dundas Square in Toronto, Ontario, Canada at 340 Yonge Street. According to the organizers, the festival will kick off at 6:00 p.m. "Hot and fresh square slices of pizza will be served one per guest for the first 30 guests to arrive courtesy of Pizza Pizza Ltd. This show is also the last metal show this venue will see as it's closing its doors to make way for offices. A legendary venue which has had so many Canadian bands and bands from all over the world over the years play their venue. Bands like CRYPTOPSY, STORMLORD, MARTYR, LENG TCH'E, AUGURY, to name a few.
Grinding Into Shrubbery festival billing:
THE UNBORN DEAD
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/northernshrubbery.
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