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Pure Metal comes to Three Fifteen this weekend

J&T Music Promotion has pulled together five metal bands for Feb. 27 at Three Fifteen, demonstrating to Salisbury and the surrounding area that the metal scene is still strong.
Ironclad/Metal Blade Records artist The Classic Struggle is out of Myrtle Beach, S.C. This metal/thrash/hardcore band is made up of Tim Zlinsky/vocals, Brandon Collins/guitar, Chris Grant/guitar, Justin Blakey/bass, and Tyler Solnosky/drums.
With their second album out, “Bring Back The Glory,” their plans are to tour the U.S and hopefully other countries later this year. You can check out this band at their myspace site www.myspace.com/theclassicstruggle.
A Road Eternal is out of Sharon, S.C. This hardcore/metal band is made up of Brian Hamrick/vocals, David Phillips/guitar, Wes Sparks/bass, Chris Peavy/drums and newest member Tony Rohrbough, guitarist, from Byzantine. They are in studio now recording their full length CD that should be out by the summer.
You can check out this band at www.myspace.com/aroadeternal.
Zeus comes from Charlotte where they have been tearing up the underground scene with their grind core death metal.
Also featured will be Beneath The Shadows out of Concord, and Wells Of Elim is out of Rock Hill, S.C. They are a Christian/hardcore/metal band with a girl singer who puts a nice touch to their sound.
Doors open at 4 p.m. The show will start at 8:30 p.m. This is an 18 and up show and you must have an ID.
Members are $5, guests $10.
Three Fifteen is located at 315 E. Council St. in Salisbury.
For more information, call 704-633-1315.

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