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March 28: Santa Fe’s The Locker Room presents ‘March of Deth’

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On March 28, Santa Fe’s The Locker Room, in conjunction with Kronos Creative, presents “March of Deth.” This event features the following killer bands: Torn Between Worlds, BlinDDryve, Carrion Kind, Oscillation, 3 Weeks Later, Echoes of Fallen, Genocide, and Sleeptaker. Doors for this all-ages (until 10 p.m., at which point the show is 21+) open at 7 p.m., with the show kicking off at 7:10 p.m. sharp. Advanced tickets are just $5. Entry at the door is $8. Snag advanced tickets from the bands or a holdmyticket.com.

Santa Fe’s Torn Between Worlds play metal. The band was out of the scene for a while, but now it is back and securing more and more shows.

Albuquerque’s BlinDDryve are an alternative metal band, which was formed soon after the members won the Ultimate Band Contest. The band has released the full-length studio CD World Insane. The band has a new EP out, titled Our Domain.

Hailing from Santa Fe, Carrion Kind play “metal with no boundaries, a mix of metal genres ranging from prog to straight-up death metal.” The band features members of Grinkai, The Seventh Circle, and CassoVita.

Santa Fe’s Oscillation play experimental metal. This band is made up of former members of Soul to Rest.

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

Hailing from Belen and Albuquerque, Echoes of Fallen play a combination of ripping death metal and punishing grindcore. The band’s self-titled demo was released in 2007.

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

Santa Fe’s The Locker Room is located at 2831 Cerrillos Rd. Get details by calling 505-473-2719 or by sending an email to rpm7723@live.com.

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