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December 29: Launchpad hosts Battle of the Bands

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On December 29, Albuquerque’s own Launchpad hosts Battle of the Bands, featuring Ancient Truth, December Deceive, Incide, 3 Weeks Later, Lights on for Safety, Matt Morgan, Genocide, So it Begins, The Damion Stalker Project, and GOO-NEE-NEES. Doors for this 13+ show are scheduled to open at 4 p.m., with the first band taking the stage at 4:15 p.m. Entry is $8 in advance and $10 at the door, but prices are subject to change at the door.

Albuquerque’s Ancient Truth play a mix of metal, jazz, and blues. Check out the band’s vibes at ReverbNation.

Albuquerque’s December Deceive are a female-fronted band that play a blend of post-hardcore and pop-punk.

Farmington’s Incide play a combination of metal, hardcore, and alternative rock.

Santa Fe’s 3 Weeks Later play hard rock and heavy metal.

Shiprock’s Lights on for Safety play a combination of pop punk and melodic hardcore.

Hailing from Las Cruces, Matt Morgan play acoustic music.

New Mexico’s Genocide play thrash metal. Band influences include Slayer, Megadeth, Testament, and Iron Maiden.

Hobbs’ So it Begins play metal. Check out their EP Abduction at itunes.

Laguna’s GOO-NEE-NEES play a mix of hard rock and heavy metal.

Around since 1997, Albuquerque’s Launchpad has played host to bands of numerous genres, including punk, indie rock, and metal. The Launchpad is located on 618 Central Avenue Southwest, which is between 6th and 7th streets.

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