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Resist appearing at Amos’ Southend for the 'Biggest Show Ever'

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Resist, the Metal band from Lexington, NC, will be returning to Charlotte’s music scene for another live appearance, at Amos’ Southend. According to the venue and hosts, Uproar Attire and CNA Audio, this Amos’ Southend May 16 event is being hyped around the local music scene as “The Biggest Show Ever!”

In addition to Resist, this Friday’s show will include appearances from Kairos, Zestrah, Nepotism, Without A Hoppy, A Mile At Sea, just to name a few… Doors will open at 6 p.m. Presale tickets are $10 and $12, at the door. Patrons under 21 may be subject to a $3 surcharge—a reasonable bargain, considering the line-up of talent that will throw down at this event.

As for Resist, the group is made up of a five-piece Metal extravaganza, and they (the groups) are no strangers to adversity, when it comes to delivering a unique Metal product and live stage shows. In the midst of recent, uncontrollable change, the group has displayed tremendous resilience and perseverance, and has returned to Charlotte’s music scene, with a vengeance. In doing so, the group was also kind enough to offer readers a sneak-peek of its teaser video, which was shot at the group's recent Tremont Music Hall appearance, here in Charlotte.

For additional information on this upcoming event, please visit the Amos’s Southend direct link. Better yet, come out, this Friday, and check out Resist, with this unique, not-to-be-missed showcase of groups.


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