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Into The Pit: Killer Dwarfs

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The Killer Dwarfs played back-to-back concerts over the weekend, returning for the first time in more than a decade to the first U.S. city that give the Canadian heavy metallers exposure when their debut self-titled album was released in 1983.

Original singer Russ "Dwarf" Graham, along with bassist Johnny Fenton, graciously went Into The Pit with the SAMME between gigs. Russ not only spoke of the band's humble beginnings in relation to San Antonio, he went on to heap high praise for the city. So high that he revealed more than a hint of special plans the group has in the works.

Click on the video box to watch our chat, and click here for the SAMME's review of both performances with a slideshow from Saturday night.

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