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Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Heavy metal band thunders into town

BARROW gets a taste of heavy metal thunder as Mentallica visit The Nines next week.


The UK’s top tribute to the world’s biggest metal band have spent 14 years touring the continent and they are the closest you can get to seeing the four horsemen on a budget.

The band continue to take the Metallica legacy to new venues and in 2012 they are celebrating the 20th anniversary of the multi-million selling ‘Black Album’.

While there will still be all the old school numbers from the early days, including Fade to Black, One, and Master of Puppets, right through to material from latest album Death Magnetic, you can expect to hear the anthems that made them the biggest band of the 90s. Enter Sandman, Sad But True and Nothing Else Matters are all guaranteed to make an appearance, while Mentallica often take requests too.

Support on the night comes from Millom covers outfit Drunk In Public, playing hits from all ends of the heavy music spectrum, including hard rock, punk, metal and funk, while young Barrow thrash band Frustration will also make an appearance.

The show comes to Barrow next Friday, and doors open at 8pm. Tickets are available in advance from Bar Five, on Dalkeith Street, Barrow, or on the door.


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