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Andrew Risch

Andrew Risch is more Metal than you. From Death Metal, to Thrash to Pirate Metal, there is no subgenre he doesn't enjoy.  He can be found at most shows giving the horns with one hand and nursing a beer in the other.

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REVIEW: Cloak at Legends

Cloak out of Atlanta Georgia are currently on tour supporting the experimental metal band Imperial Trumpet. Luckily, we were blessed (or cursed) with a concert stop at Legends.

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Get Your Metal on at Legend's

Before your concert calendar gets too full attending some of these killer shows coming to town, don’t forget to save room for some of your favorite and soon to be favorite local acts.

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REVIEW: The Jasons at The Southgate House Revival

If you’re a fan of classic DIY, no shits given punk rock, The Jasons are a band that you need to check out.

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REVIEW: Amon Amarth at The Andrew J Brady Music Center

Thanksgiving weekend was the perfect time for the Great Heathen Army tour to make a stop in Cincinnati.

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REVIEW: Mercyful Fate at The Andrew J Brady Music Center

It was like a family reunion for fans of hard and heavy music at The Andrew J Brady Music Center. All branches of the extended family showed up, the young, the old, the casual and hardcore fan were ready for what will likely go down as the metal event of the year.

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Raven Stopping at The Southgate House Revival

Long time British Heavy Metal band Raven, will be making a stop at The Southgate House Revival on Friday, October 28th.

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REVIEW: Sabaton at The Andrew J Brady Music Center

While the band sings about the tragedies and toils of real-life historic wars, Sabaton’s power metal music has a “joyous” and almost happy feel to it. The band seemed to be enjoying themselves on stage.
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REVIEW: The Dead South and Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band at Riverfront Live

The Dead South held and captivated the audience for the entire evening. Each member is a master of their instrument and had their moment to shine. As a metalhead, I never thought I’d be so excited to hear a banjo solo.
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REVIEW: Left to Die at Legends

I hope the folks in Left to Die continue to celebrate the legacy of Death and come back for more performances.

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An Interview with Joe Queer

The Queers recently performed a fantastic show at the legendary Southgate House Revival as part of their 40th anniversary tour.

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REVIEW: The Queers

It’s hard to believe that long running pop punk veterans The Queers are currently finishing their 40th anniversary tour. Luckily one of their last stops was at one of the best venues the Cincinnati area has to offer, the legendary Southgate House Revival.