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Saturday, June 22nd, you’ll wanna to get to McGuffy’s House of Rock in Dayton where there’s gonna be 3 KILLER bands! 2 of those bands, Chambers of Chaos and Horlet, proved themselves to be serious contenders for Music Connection’s June Featured Band/Artist contest, so we’re hookin them up with extra promo this month! Check it out!

Click HERE for the Facebook event link!

*Ages 18+ w/ valid ID*
Doors Open:7:00 PM
Show Time: 9:30 PM
Tickets: $5 21+/ $8 18-20

This party is gonna be killer as Horlet is releasing their new CD, “The Keys to Life and Death” (available digitally now on iTunes, Amazon, iheartradio, and from band members), Chambers of Chaos is debuting their new drummer, Kyle D. Mayes, and Devium!

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HORLET

HORLET

“HORLET – The underground Metal scene is alive & rabid in Dayton, Ohio… & HORLET is one brutal reason why. Uniting the sounds of both old school Thrash & Scandinavian Melodic Death Metal, the influences of Slayer & (early) In Flames run rampant through the Metal sound of HORLET. If you’re a Metal band on the rise like HORLET is, these are the Metal legends you want to have rub off on your sonic Metal arsenal.”

—  Stone, Metalodyssey.net

Can’t wait for the release?   Get this BRUTAL 17 track album for just $9.99 on iTunes and multiple other services right now!

https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/horlet/id656474995
http://www.reverbnation.com/horlet/songs
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Horlet/126616594101378?id=126616594101378&sk=app_2405167945

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Chambers of Chaos has been rockin the Dayton Scene & has hooked up with an awesome new drummer, Kyle D. Mayes, who will be performing his debut show with CoC on the 22nd!

“Lighters & Moshpits alumni Chambers of Chaos emerged as the sunglass wearing, middle finger flailing, attitude adjusting, smirking Shaun Clark entered the proverbial staged ring as musical fists flew. Yelling the spoken word Hype train with plenty of pissed off attitude. They end slow, dark & melodic on the Kiss of Goodbye. CoC are not to be Pushed, played around with or pissed off in any way, shape or form. Why, because they said so.”     –  Mike Ritchie, Dayton Most Metro
Chambers Of Chaos