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March 2: The Damn Bar welcomes Warner Drive and guests

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CORRECTION: This show is not until MAY 2. Sorry about that.

On May 2, Rio Rancho’s (right next to Albuquerque) The Damn Bar Welcomes Warner Drive, The Ground Beneath, In the End, and Voice of December. Doors for 21+ event open at 8 p.m. Entry is only $7 at the door.

Hailing from Hollywood, California, Warner Drive play rock that features catchy riffs, a rock/punk edge, and energetic performances. The band’s latest full-length studio CD is titled K-GO.

Albuquerque’s The Ground Beneath play Southern-driven metal with plenty of sass. The band has a new self-titled CD out, which it will play in its entirety. The Ground Beneath average around 80 shows each year, traveling across the 13 states that surround New Mexico. Get their CDs at Amazon.

Formed in 2006 in Taos, New Mexico, In the End play progressive rock and metal. This four-piece band has released its debut CD, titled On Angel’s Wings, which provides a ride through intense, hard-hitting rhythms, psychedelic flourish, and an evocative voice.

Formed by the founding members of the Gothic act Dark Truth, Rio Rancho’s Voice of December play gothic metal with industrial overtones. The band’s debut full-length studio CD is titled The Guest.

Rio Rancho’s only full-service bar and dance hall, The Damn Bar features a new dance floor, sound system, pool tables, and plenty of flat-screen televisions throughout the venue. The Damn Bar is located on 300 Unser Blvd SE. Their phone number is 803-6122.

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