Savannah sludge standard-bearers Black Tusk, on the heels of the new Tend No Wounds E.P., is the marquee act for No Way Entertainment's first ever Atlanta Bloodbath, a three night celebration of regional metal and hardcore held Aug. 8-10 at the Star Bar. Opening the festival is a free punk show, featuring three local hardcore acts joined by the dark sound of Miami grindcore outfit Terrorist and, surprisingly, San Antonio surf rockers Eets Feets. The following two nights include some hardcore, including Cheap Art's release show for its Desocialized 7-inch on Friday and an appearance Saturday by North Carolina punk veterans No Power, but will mainly celebrate metal's many off-shoots, including sludge (Order of the Owl), death (Mangled), thrash (Sadistic Ritual), and mixes of styles (Wolves and Jackals' "blackened thrash" sound).
Further details, including when tickets go on sale, will be posted soon on the event's Facebook page.
Thurs., Aug. 8, 9 p.m., Free
Fri., Aug. 9, 8 p.m., $12, $20 for a two-night pass
Sat., Aug. 10, 8 p.m., $12, $20 for a two-night pass
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