The Scoop: The Adrenaline Mob are one of the most exciting and energetic new live bands to appear upon the Metal world that we walk upon and if you are scratching your head about the grandiose statement then you have clearly not seen the band in action yet. Maybe their name is still new to you for some reason, and if that is the case well this is the band that features Russell Allen (Symphony X), Mike Portnoy (former of Dream Theater) , Mike Orlando and John Moyer and while the music is not a Progressive kind, it’s a Groove Metal frenzy that I think comes across great on the stage. The band recently released “Coverta” (which is an album of cover tunes if you have not figured it out) and are still supporting their debut release “Omerta”. Thanks to the fine folks at Excess DB Entertainment, PiercingMetal is going to put a few fans at the show and you can see how to participate below.
When and Where: Wednesday March 13th 7pm @ The Marlin Room in Webster Hall (125 East 11th St. NYC)
To Participate: Simply tell me what interests you about this band and how they get your own Metal appreciation flowing and I will pick a few of the best submissions that we get. Maybe you have never seen them before so be sure to let us know that as well. I will be replying to the winning comments directly with my own thoughts. Remember to be sure to put your full real name in the comment form along with an email so we might reach you. Do NOT put your personal information in the comment itself out of privacy concerns. Of course it never hurts to subscribe to the comments for the duration of the contest. Get cracking.
Restrictions: While all PiercingMetal.com contests are open to our regional site readers, we look at new responders first in order to give everyone a fair shot at enjoying a show on the provider and us. Of course we still encourage all to respond because you never know just how many tickets we are offering.
Adrenaline Mob: http://www.adrenalinemob.com
Webster Hall: http://www.websterhall.com
The band currently has two releases available along with a very hard to find EP so here are a couple of links to help you expand your music library.