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Save This Date: NXNW Metal Fest

Just yesterday we experienced the first official day of summer, so it's only fitting that we start previewing some of the major shows going on in the next couple months. There are certainly a ton of amazing tours coming through the Seattle area - Mayhem Festival, Summer Slaughter, The "Hell On Earth" tour, etc - but right now I want to put something local on your radar.

Over the weekend of July 22nd - 24th, Uncle Sam's in Spanaway will be presenting the first ever NXNW metal fest, a three day non-stop dose of blast beats, beer, and solid local metal. As you may know, South By Southwest, aka SXSW is one of the biggest yearly music industry schmooze fests/showcases for up-and-coming talent. So it might not be as grand in scale as Austin, TX, but NXNW brings you a crapload of up and coming music, and you don't have to sit through any boring, overrated indie rock bands.

In couple next few weeks, we will have free tickets to give away to a few callers, but you might want to jump on securing your ticket before we do so, as the lineup is friggin' packed.

Here are the bands confirmed so far
Super Happy Story Time Land
Keeping Secrets
Monsters Scare You
The Day I ate the moon (CA)
We were dreamers
From deeper seas
They Charge Like Warriors
Prepare The Bride
I Delilah
Ellis Armor
Crowd War
Thief River Falls
Plague ships
It was written in the sky
Dead Pilots (slc)
Dismember the dream
Doom of babylon
Jean Grey (PDX)
The fool (PDX)
Black Heart Blight
Curse of the North
Devils Of Loudun
Charlie Drown
Deathbed Confessions
Osama Bin Rockin
Corpus Mortem
Blood and thunder
Seize the sun
The Scarlett Escape
This is Treason
Shatter The Sky
A Solemn Goodbye
I Defy
A City Screams in Terror
Ground level Vertigo

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06/21/2011 11:50PM
Save This Date: NXNW Metal Fest
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06/23/2011 12:31AM
Danielle G
what r the prices and are the tickets for the whole 3 days or priced seperatly? and why the hell isn't MECHANISM on the bill?
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